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The Greater Austin Sports Foundation is proud to honor local scholar-athletes who exhibit:

  • Exceptional athletic performance

  • Good sportsmanship/moral character

  • Dedication to sport/team

  • Positive attitude/enthusiasm

  • High academic achievement

  • Campus involvement

  • Extracurricular participation

The GASF is happy to introduce the following Scholar-Athletes who exemplify these characteristics in and out of their sports of choice. Congratulations to all of you, and best of luck in your futures!


Savannah Skopal

Rice University signee Savannah Skopal is one of only four Texas high school athletes to go over 5,000 assists in the sport of UIL high school volleyball (5,553). Skopal's sister was a standout volleyball player at Rouse High School and the University of North Texas. Savannah's brother played college basketball at Angelo State University. Savannah's parents both played sports at UIW. Skopal, who has helped guide the Rouse Raiders to two consecutive Regional State Finals, is lead by Raiders Head Coach Jacob Thompson.

Neliaj Deleon

Georgetown High School Goalie Neliaj Deleon is coming off an amazing season, where she helped guide the undefeated Eagles to the state semifinals. The 2023 Class 5A Girls Soccer All-Tournament Team goalkeeper is committed to Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. The Hawaiian native is determined to help the Eagles soar to new heights next season taking it a step further and earn the school's first state title in girls soccer. Neliaj Deleon a Greater Austin Sports Foundation Scholar Athlete.

Josiah Moseley

Josiah Moseley averaged 21.5 points per game and 9 rebounds per contest in 2023 at Stony Point High School in Round Rock, Texas. With a grade point average closing in on 4.0, Moseley comes from great genes as his parents were both athletes at Crenshaw High School in Los Angeles, California. Josiah has an older brother named John Eric Moseley, who was the team captain for the Tigers this past season. Josiah dreams of one day playing in the NBA.


Aaron Gall

Bowie High School Senior Aaron Gall isn't hard to miss on the field for the Bulldogs. As a starting Defensive End, Receiver, and Deep Snapper, Gall gets the job done on the gridiron. The Bulldogs might be the best team in Austin ISD this season thanks in part to Gall's head coach Jeff Ables, who says Aaron is from a long line of Gall family members at Bowie High School. 

Aaron's grades are also near the top of his senior class as he prepares to move to Golden, Colorado next year. This future college football player will take his game to a whole new level as he suits up for the Colorado School of Mines next season.

3rd Quarter 2022
Mary Bonner

LBJ High School Senior Mary Bonner is a multisport athlete for the Jaguars. She is averaging double digits in points and assists in basketball. Bonner is also running the 200 and 400 meters plus the long jump in track and field. 

Mary Bonner is also sprinting to the front of her class with a second overall ranking with a 4.2 GPA.

Mary's head coach LaBarbera Roberson will be the first to tell you Mary Bonner is at the top of her game.

2nd Quarter 2022
Adam Schantz

Lake Travis Junior Goalie Adam Schantz made two game saving goals during penalty kicks in the state finals last season as the Cavaliers became the first Class 6A High School boys soccer team from the Greater Austin area to win a state title by defeating Plano 1-0. Schantz only allowed four goals in seven postseason matches including the state semifinals 3-0 win over The Woodlands and the shutout of Plano. 

Schantz also has a 3.6 Grade Point Average and excels in honors and AP classes at Lake Travis High School. "He's an incredible young man and I can't wait to have him back a couple of more years," says Lake Travis Boys Soccer Coach David Bammel.

1st Quarter 2022
Cameron O'Banan
Cam was an all-around athletic star for the Dripping Springs Tigers, playing football, running track, and leading his team to the 5A regional baseball final as a pitcher and outfielder. He has chosen to pursue a future in baseball at the University of Texas.
3rd Quarter 2021
Savannah Geurin
Savannah was a first team Class 5A All-State selection with a 25-1 record as a starter during her junior year, leading Leander HS to the regional final — and, all of this while maintaining close to a 4.0 GPA!
2nd Quarter 2021
Shelby Hayes
Shelby is a 6’2″ Junior who averaged just over 15 points and 8 rebounds per game while helping guide Cedar Park to their first Girls 5A State Basketball Championship this spring. She was similarly outstanding in the classroom, taking numerous honors courses and maintaining a 5.2 grade point average on a 5.0 scale!
1st Quarter 2021
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