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Dave Schultz High School Excellence Award - MORGAN McINTOSH



Three-time state California state champion Morgan McIntosh is the 2011 Dave Schultz High School Excellence Award winner. This award is given annually to a graduating high school senior who embodies excellence in wrestling, scholastic achievement, character, citizenship, and community service. McIntosh was selected from the 49 state winners and
five regional winners.

The High School Excellence Award is named in honor of Olympic and World Champion Dave Schultz.

McIntosh compiled a career record of 189-5 with 128 pins while wrestling for Calvary Chapel High School in Santa Ana, California. During the 2010-2011 season he posted a 46-0 record without surrendering a takedown.

In addition to his three state wrestling titles, McIntosh was a freestyle national champion at USA Wrestling’s Junior Nationals in 2010. He was also a double junior Western Regional champion in 2008 in freestyle and Greco-Roman, a 2010 Ironman champion, and a two-time Flo Nationals champion.

His community service includes being involved with the Calvary Chapel hydroponic project, which included a mission trip to Mexico to construct and maintain the unit near Ensenada. McIntosh was also the only high school student to go on the tsunami relief trip to America Samoa in 2009 to help rebuild a devastated village. In addition, he volunteers as a coach with Team Thunder Kids, as well as assisting with camps and clinics. He maintained a 3.2 weighted GPA and plans to attend Penn State this fall.
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