Bryson Osborne, III Named AAU All-American for Second Year

Bryson Osborne, III is an eighth grader at Lusher Charter School who recently returned home after a successful trip to the 2018 AAU Junior Olympics in Des Moines, IA . Bryson was designated All-American for the second straight year . The sprinter was a quarterfinalist in the 200 meter dash, and a finalist in the 100 meter dash where he placed 4th in the nation . Bryson, a member of Lusher’s Senior High track team, is also a member of Speed Dynamics Track Club where he competes during the summer season . The gifted 8th grader also trains at GLS on the West Bank .

grader at Lusher Charter School who recently returned home after a successful trip to the 2018 AAU Junior Olympics in Des Moines, IA . Bryson was designated All-American for the second straight year . The sprinter was a quarterfinalist in the 200 meter dash, and a finalist in the 100 meter dash where he placed 4th in the nation . Bryson, a member of Lusher’s Senior High track team, is also a member of Speed Dynamics Track Club where he competes during the summer season . The gifted 8th grader also trains at GLS on the West Bank.

Bryson also found the time to compete in the Math Star summer program at Xavier University . Watch for Bryson to compete in the Olympic Games in the future . He trains under the watchful eye of Coach Gary Scheffler at GLS and Coach Winn at Speed Dynamics and Lusher Charter School . His parents are Tiffany Crusto and Bryson Osborn, I . In addition to his success on the track, Bryson is also a member of Lusher’s football team, and is an alter server at St . Peter Claver Catholic Church . Congratulations Bryson, well done!

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