Sacred Heart senior Andy Bautista accepted an e-sports scholarship to play "Overwatch" at Central Methodist University, the first scholarship of its kind for the Gremlins.

"Overwatch" is a team-based first-person shooter video game. The CMU gaming scholarship currently amounts to $17,000, but Bautista is also a candidate to receive full tuition aid via valedictorian scholarship.

Bautista has attended Sacred Heart School since fourth grade. He plays the flute for the SHS band, is a member of the National Honor Society and has been on the A Honor Roll his entire high school career. Last spring, Bautista represented the Gremlins in tennis, winning District singles.

In the photo: Front row, Andy Bautista (center) is seated with his sister, Layla, and his parents, Anna and Odjie Bautista. In the back row, Central Methodist University esports coaches Donald Sledge and Aaron Shockley.