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Duncan Parks riding Raz
Reserve:  Avery Coker riding Jade

Wylie McHale riding Sittin on a Secret
:  Lindsay Sogge riding Reno
Juniors singing the National Anthem at 2013 State Finals
2019 Interstate Scholarship Application
2018 PSHA Scholarship
Winner Lindsay Sogge

Lindsay is the daughter of Mark and Karina
Sogge and has one brother and one sister.
They live in Maple Valley and she will
graduate from Tahoma High School. This fall
Lindsay plans on attending Central
Washington University where she will
pursue a degree in business and continue to
compete on her horse Reno.
Lindsay has been riding all her life and
gaming since she was 6 years old. Her horse
Reno with Lindsay a stride broke the PSHA
Jr. Flag Record in 2017 and they just
currently broke the WAHSET barrel record of
14.14. She has won many state
championships and All Around
Championships in her young life due to the
rider that she is and the horses that she has
had the opportunity to ride.
A quote from Lindsay’s essay; “The first day
I was brought home from the hospital as a
newborn, I was introduced to a horse. I have
spent my entire life surrounded by them, the
comfort they provide, and the les-sons they
teach. The responsibility that I have learned
is due to the never ending challenge of
balancing my personal life, school work, and
providing daily needs of my horses.”
My name is Kendra Hollibaugh, and am proud to be representing
Washington as your 2019 Interstate princess! I am 22 years old, I work
full time as a police dispatcher for the Western Washington University
Police Department and am a full time student at Whatcom Community
College. In addition, I have been a volunteer firefighter/emergency
medical technician for five years. After I graduate I plan to become a
police officer!
I am a part of Nooksack Valley Riders and have been for approximately
six years. Riding with them has been the highlight of my summers
each year, and the friends I have made there have become more like
My trusty steed is my 17 year old mare Addie. I’ve had Addie for eight
years and while those eight years have not been easy, I wouldn’t trade
them for anything. She has taught me so much about riding and about
life in general. She is truly my best friend, and I owe her so much.
I want to be queen so that I may give back to the association that has
given me so much, and meet more of the people that have made it
possible. I also want to be able to introduce more people to our
wonderful family, who maybe have questions about joining or how to
get started.

2019 PSHA Scholarship Application