The recipient of the 2010 BFS Female High School Athlete of the Year is Amy Elizabeth Medina, who graduated this year from Mountain View High School in Loveland, Colorado. Her story was featured in the July/August 2010 issue of BFS magazine.
This annual award is presented to a young woman who combines excellence in athletics with outstanding academics and who is an all-around great individual serving as a role model for others. Medina is one of the best multi-sport athletes in Colorado. She was a member of her school’s 2007 state championship team in volleyball, and she also won 13 medals in state championships in track, five of them gold. The following are the school records she has set in track:
100-Meter Dash: 12.73
200-Meter Dash: 26.10
4 x 200-Meter Relay: 1:43.30
4 x 100-Meter Relay: 49.92
800-Meter Sprint Medley: 1:43.30
Long Jump: 17’ 9”
Triple Jump: 38’ 02 3/4”
High Jump: 5’ 7 1/4”
Medina credits the BFS total program for helping her achieve so many goals in high school. We wish her well as she begins her college experience this fall at Colorado State University, for which she received a track scholarship.