Christopher Adam Young and Tainui Jolee Brewster have been named Students of the Month for September, according to Ely Elks Lodge.

Young has been a member of the National Honor Society his junior and senior years, a member of the National Society of High School Scholars for three years and a four year member of the White Pine Singers. He is also a four year member of the Northeast Nevada Honor Choir and a member in Troop 71 with the Boy Scouts of America. Young was in varsity basketball two years, varsity golf team three years and is a captain on the WPHS soccer team.  He is a member of the 2013 Division III State Championship team and is the 2014 Division III Individual State Champion. Young is a Life Scout in the Boy Scouts of America and currently working on his Eagle Scout rank. He was the editor for the WPHS journalism staff in 2013 and is a six time member of the All-State Academic Team. Young is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and is the First Counselor in the 2014-2015 Seminary council.  His hobbies are basketball, golf and soccer, reading, eating, sleeping, participating in school and church activities, just doing anything fun and spending time with friends and family.

Brewster has been active in varsity soccer four years as a Captain and co-captain for two years. She is also active in varsity track and field and a member of the National Honor Society. She was a member of the WPHS Choir two years and was vice-president her Sophomore year. She is a member of the LDS Young Women’s Class Presidency. Brewster is an LDS Tri-State youth conference youth leader and was named All-Conference Soccer MVP her Sophomore year.  She has been named as Maxpreps/NSCAA Girls Player of the week for the State of Nevada.  Her hobbies are playing sports, specifically soccer, singing, cooking, baking, watching movies, collecting and viewing recipes, fashion, interior design and architecture.

Pictured:  Christopher Adam Young and Tainui Jolee Brewster  (Ken Curto photo)

Pictured: Christopher Adam Young and Tainui Jolee Brewster
(Ken Curto photo)