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    A basketball champion, and track and field speedster, Ashton Wolf attended Valley Christian High as a member of the graduating class of 2011. Ashton wolf participted in swimming, cross country, basketball, softball, and track & field, earning awards, titles, and respect everywhere that she plaed. In track & field, Wolf's speed and versatlity put her in multiple state champonsip races, including the 200m, 400m, 800m, and 4X400m relay, where she placed in the top 5 of every event (and 1st in the 800m and 4X400m relay). Ashton's natural talent and sportsmanship helped her to lead her teammates to back to back State Championship victories (2010 and 2011), the first women's basketball championsip win in the school's histoy.AshtonWolfis a Valley Christian High School graduate of 2011, where she was a women's basketball champion and track and field athlete.
    Ashton continued her education and sports career at West Point Military Academy, where she played on the Women's Handball team, as well as a Pinch Runner for the Softball team her Freshman year. The competitve Wolf gained the attention of the Team USA National Women's Handball team, and was placed on the team roster to play when her military requirements have been served. WolfWolf graduated from West Point in 2015 and was selected as a military intelligence officer.
    Ashton Wolf never forgot her roots at Valley Christian High School, and credits much of the woman she has become to the experiences she lived out in VCHS. Ashton Wolf's limitless athleticism, unwavering dedication, and humble sportsmanship earned her a well-deserved place in the 2019 Chandler Sports Hall of Fame.

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    Ashton Wolf is a Valley Christian High School graduate of 2011, where she was a women's basketball champion and track and field athlete. Ashton continued her education and sports career at West Point Military Academy, where she played on the Women's Handball team, as well as a Pinch Runner for the Softball team her Freshman year. Wolf graduated from West Point in 2015 and was selected as a military intelligence officer.

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    A basketball champion, and track and field speedster, Ashton Wolf attended Valley Christian High as a member of the graduating class of 2011. Ashton wolf participted in swimming, cross country, basketball, softball, and track & field, earning awards, titles, and respect everywhere that she plaed. In track & field, Wolf's speed and versatlity put her in multiple state champonsip races, including the 200m, 400m, 800m, and 4X400m relay, where she placed in the top 5 of every event (and 1st in the 800m and 4X400m relay). Ashton's natural talent and sportsmanship helped her to lead her teammates to back to back State Championship victories (2010 and 2011), the first women's basketball championsip win in the school's histoy.
    Ashton continued her education and sports career at West Point Military Academy, where she played on the Women's Handball team, as well as a Pinch Runner for the Softball team her Freshman year. The competitve Wolf gained the attention of the Team USA National Women's Handball team, and was placed on the team roster to play when her military requirements have been served. Wolf graduated from West Point in 2015 and was selected as a military intelligence officer.
    Ashton Wolf never forgot her roots at Valley Christian High School, and credits much of the woman she has become to the experiences she lived out in VCHS. Ashton Wolf's limitless athleticism, unwavering dedication, and humble sportsmanship earned her a well-deserved place in the 2019 Chandler Sports Hall of Fame.

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