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NAME: Luke Treadway
SCHOOL: Scott High School
SPORT(S): Soccer
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Committing to U. of Kentucky
BIRTHDATE: 12/22/96
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 5'8"-155 lbs.
RESIDENCE: Edgewood, Ky.
PARENTS: Michael & Amy
FUTURE GOAL: Professional soccer player

A four-year varsity starter at forward/striker, Luke had 30 goals and five assists (65 points) this season for the 10th region champs and Kentucky state runners-up. For his career, he scored 105 goals, which is a school record and 2nd all-time in Northern Kentucky.

This season Luke was MVP of the 37th district tournament and was named to the Kentucky state all-tournament team. "Luke is the most explosive forward in Northern Kentucky," says coach Dahlian Anderson. "Having up to four defenders marking Luke at any given time, he is gifted with impeccable technicality to not only evade the opposing players, but also penetrate the defense effortlessly."

This past summer, Luke was a member of the Cincinnati United Premier Gold U17 team won the Ohio State Cup and a U.S. regional championship. An honor roll student, Luke will play soccer collegiately at the University of Kentucky.

His favorite athlete is Marshawn Lynch and most-like-to-meet is Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

COACH'S QUOTE – "Luke's ability to recognize space is second to none. He has excellent dribbling skills, exceptional speed and agility and a great ability to maintain possession with confidence. I am honored to have coached him for the past two seasons and have no doubt that he will have great accomplishments at the next level and beyond."
— Dahlian Anderson, Soccer Coach

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