Alex Long of Flushing and Brock Holek of Durand are the Kiwanis Club of Flint’s Student-Athletes of the Month for January.

Long has been a four-year starter on Flushing’s ladies basketball group and she also played soccer as a freshman and sophomore prior to her junior season was canceled since of COVID-19.

After making the All-Metro League 2nd group two times, Long was a first-team selection in 2015, when she was the group captain and Most Belongings Player.

Long holds the school record for career totally free throw percentage at 84.1 percent, is 2nd in steals and 3rd in scoring average.

She carries a 4.0 grade-point average and scored 1170 on the SAT. Her advanced classes consist of biology, chemistry, U.S. history and government.

Long likewise coaches and coaches gamers in the Flushing youth program, assists elementary school trainees each month, and helps with Sunday school at church.

She has accepted a scholarship to play basketball at Spring Arbor University, where she prepares to significant in health workout prior to getting a doctorate in physical therapy. She wishes to eventually be a graduate assistant coach while pursuing her doctorate.

Holek is a three-year varsity gamer on Durand’s football team and spent 4 years on the wrestling group.

In football, he was a first-team All-Metro League gamer as a junior and senior, when he helped the Railroaders make the state playoffs after a nine-year absence.

He has actually been a captain on the wrestling group the last 3 years, winning district champions as a freshman and junior. He was a state runner-up last season.

He likewise played baseball as a sophomore and made the All-Metro second group.

Holek brings a 3.7 GPA. His classes include AP psychology, honors English, mechanical technology and farming company.

He has been accepted to Michigan State and Central Michigan in addition to checking out the possibility of battling in college, where he plans to pursue a degree in organization or farming organization.