Westfield is home to a Wendy's high school state Heisman winner this year.
Ellen Grier beat out 20 other finalists to grab the prestigious award.
The softball player is a force on the field and in the classroom. With that kind of a resume you can see why she is our athlete of the week.
Grier plans to make gains in the medical field. "I was interested in pharmacy at first, and my Mom's a counselor, so psychology came in there," Grier explained.
You gotta figure Ellen can dissect her career choices down the road. She's put herself into a perfect position to succeed. Ellen, who is also this years homecoming queen, has a perfect high school transcript, straight A's down the line in every class for four years.
"You have to stay really organized and keep everything straight because you don't want to get behind it's really hard but once you get the hang of it you get used to it," Ellen said.
What she might have trouble getting used to is the title: Wendy's High School Heisman state award winner.
"I was really shocked when I found out. I just didn't expect to win, so when I found out I was amazed. It was so cool," she said with a smile.
Ellen played an integral part in the Hornets run to the state championship.
They fell one game short of the title, but Ellen had an over four hundred batting average coupled with 37 R.B.I's.
Her swarming defense even impressed her science teacher, Jarrod Lewis, who is also an assistant football coach.
"My first year here, she was a sophomore, and I was watching her play softball and I was astounded, her arm strength from short stop was incredible," Lewis said.
With those talents you would think she plans to take a swing at college athletics, but it didn't work out that way.
"My whole life I wanted to go to the University of Georgia, but recently I decided I wanted to go somewhere smaller. But I didn't want to go really small, so when I got offers from smaller schools, I didn't like it, because I wanted to go bigger than Westfield. It's pretty small," Ellen said.
The folks at Westfield say they're going to have a pep rally or very cool ceremony to celebrate Ellen and her accomplishments this year.
Ellen has also earned GISA All-State softball honors three times over her high school career.
This year the Hornets went 31-6 before falling in the state championship game.