In 2013, 2014 and 2015, Gregg's Goals was able to present  SIX scholarships of $1,000 each to deserving young people - and 8 were awarded in 2016! 

Scholarships Winners: 2016
 "click" on their names for bios
Joey Arnold
Jesus Oleo Estevez
Carisa Hilton
Oscar Molina
Melissa Sanchez
Nicole Tabarez

continuing scholarships:
Rachael Camara (continuing at Miramar)
Dsavid Venegass (transferring to  Regis University, Boston)

Scholarships  Winners: 2015 (bios coming)
Jason Bru (Classial Academy/Poway Vaqueros)
Rachel Camara (Westview HS)
Autry Hailey (Mission Hills HS)
Roberto (Robbie) Olea Estevez  (San Marcos HS)
Nancy Moreno (Mission Hills HS)
Omar Solario (CSUSM)
and for continuing his studies, with excellent effort and grades: David Venega (Miramar College)

Scholarships Winners:  2014 (bios coming )
David Venagas (Orange Glen HS)
Fredy Yovani Cedillo Martinez (Poway HS)
Linnea Bell (Mt. Carmel HS)
Bronte Brillantes (Mt. Carmel HS)
Juliana Inglese (Mt. Carmel HS)
Chris Szarek (Westview HS)

The  2013 Gregg Garon Scholarship winners. 
Please click on their names for information about each! 


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April 2010 - PQ Soccer Player:
Ryan Inghilterra with his family and Garons. 

March 2009 - 
Poway Scholarship Winners: 
Jordan Dial and Andrew Vu.
Left to right: Amy Hanifan, Sidney Hernandez, Colin Garon, Josh Lange and Efren Mora. 
June 2010:
Poway Scholarship Winners:
(left to right)
Alex Henry, Mario Ramirez
John Shaughnessy 

Gregg's Goals 

Our featured Scholarship Winner (2010) - Mario Ramirez

Mario Ramirez is one of the 2010 Gregg Garon Scholarship recipients. Mario was born and raised right here in Escondido – attending Pioneer Elementary, Hidden Valley Middle School and Orange Glen High School. Mario grew up speaking Spanish at home, but quickly learned English when he entered school. He was a motivated student. .as his parents wanted him to be the first in the family to attend college and have a career focus, while he wanted to be a role model for his two younger brothers. 

After high school, he attended Palomar Community College, where the Gregg Garon Scholarship helped him buy books and other needed supplies. By mid-semester, the Humboldt State coaches wanted a closer look, and after watching him work out with the team in Arcata . .. they knew they wanted him as a Lumberjack.

Mario has played organized soccer since he was 8 years old and has played with the Del Mar Sharks and Poway Vaqueros. He also played a key role on the CIF winning Orange Glen High School. Mario has played many positions, including sweeper and center midfield but now plays fullback. Mario’s coaches praise his team leadership, dedication, and enthusiasm for the game. 

Mario Ramirez exemplifies the qualities sought for the Gregg Garon Scholarship recipients – he is a hard worker, good student and tireless player. 

"Gregg's Goals" is a non-profit organization, giving scholarships and supporting soccer and youth development in the name of Gregg Garon. "Gregg's Goals" is 501c3 Nonprofit Public Charity status .
Clic Jonathon Perez - 2012 Scholarship Winners.
 .Our 2012 Scholarship Winners: Jonathon Perez and Reed Brown

2017 scholarship application forms are now available, as of January 2017

 Applications (pdf)                               Application (Word 97-2003 version)

IMPORTANT: 2017 deadline for submissionMARCH 30, 2017!!!!