Fort Hays State University announces scholarship awards for 2018-19

08/07/18
HAYS, Kan. – Winners of general academic scholarships for the 2018-19 academic year from Fort Hays State University have been announced by the university.

This listing includes some students who have won additional scholarships since being recognized earlier for awards presented to them at FHSU Student Recognition Programs from January through March. It also includes students from other states.

Kansas students are listed alphabetically by hometown and ZIP code. Students from other states are listed by state, hometown and ZIP code.

Alma (66401): Cameron Feyh, a 2018 Wabaunsee High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in criminal justice. Feyh, son of Richard Feyh, Alma, and Darcy Torrey, Alma, plans to major in criminal justice.

Almena (67622): Hallee Linner, a 2018 Southern Valley High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in social work. Linner, daughter of Roger and Kim Linner, Almena, plans to major in social work.
 
Andale (67001): Parker Bruce, a 2018 Andale High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Bruce, son of Kevin and Mindy Bruce, Andale, plans to major in allied health.
Morgan Geist, a 2018 Andale High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Geist, daughter of Jeff and Janelle Geist, Andale, plans to major in nursing.
Kylee Lane, a 2018 Andale High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Lane, daughter of Chris and Kim Lane, Andale, plans to major in allied health.
Zoe Maxwell, a 2018 Andale High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Maxwell, daughter of Douglas and Anne Maxwell, Andale, plans to major in music.
Mason McPhail, a 2018 Andale High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. McPhail, son of Max and Cathy McPhail, Andale, plans to major in applied technology.
Jessica Vestering, a 2018 Andale High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Vestering, daughter of Francis Jr. and Suzanne Vestering, Andale, plans to major in health and human performance.
 
Andover (67002): Michael Giebler, a 2018 Andover Central High School graduate, received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in physics. Giebler, son of Andrew and Tara Giebler, Andover, plans to major in physics.
 
Arcadia (66711): Jayce Milburn, a 2018 Fort Scott High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in music and theatre. Milburn, son of Jay and Deborah Russell, Arcadia, and Tim Milburn and Kristy Bauder, Girard, plans to major in music education.
Ashland (67831): Carley Brown, a 2018 Ashland High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Brown, daughter of Jim and Shannon Brown, Ashland, plans a career in dermatology.
Charlie Gibson, a 2018 Ashland High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in English. Gibson, daughter of Jeffrey Gibson and Janae Wilson, Ashland, plans to major in English.
 
Assaria (67416): Kannen Haist, a 2016 Southeast of Saline High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Haist, son of George Haist and Nicci Srna, Assaria, plans to major in health and human performance.
 
Atchison (66002): Alexander Bindel, a 2018 Atchison High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Bindel, son of David and Angela Bindel, Atchison, plans to major in biology.
 
Axtell (66403): Maryna Buessing, a 2018 Axtell High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in communication sciences and disorders. Buessing, daughter of Roy and Patricia Buessing, Axtell, plans to major in communication sciences and disorders.
 
Basehor (66007): Rylea Oliver, a 2018 Basehor-Linwood High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Oliver, daughter of John and Leigh Oliver, Basehor, plans to major in nursing.
 
Bazine (67516): Baylee Holecek, a 2018 Ness City High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in psychology. Holecek, daughter of Misty Holecek, Bazine, plans to major in psychology.
 
Belleville (66935): Riley Woodward, a 2018 Republic County High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Woodward, daughter of Jeff and Denise Woodward, Belleville, plans to major in radiologic technology.
 
Beloit (67420): Belle Finney, a 2018 Beloit High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Finney, daughter of Mike and MaryJane Finney, Beloit, plans to major in chemistry.
Sydney Johnson, a 2018 Beloit High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Johnson, daughter of James and Heather Johnson, Beloit, plans to major in chemistry.
Rebecca Kats, a 2018 Beloit High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Kats, daughter of Lyndahl and Bonnie Kats, Beloit, plans to major in criminal justice.
Elyse Krier, a 2018 Beloit High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award. Krier is the daughter of Roger and Pam Krier, Beloit.
Anthony Nunez, a 2016 Beloit High School graduate and a Cloud County Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Nunez, son of Eva Brown, Beloit, plans to major in finance.
Belvue (66407): Justin Davis, a 2012 Wabaunsee High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Davis, son of Ken and Christine Davis, Belvue, plans to major in Web development.
 
Beverly (67423): Jaqueline Garay, a 2018 Lincoln High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in social work. Garay, daughter of Jorge Delgado and Rocio Garay, Beverly, plans to major in social work.
 
Bird City (67731): Rachel Keltz, a 2018 Cheylin High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Keltz, daughter of Max and Denise Keltz, Bird City, plans to major in agriculture.
Erik Perez, a 2018 Cheylin High School graduate, received a $2,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant. Perez, son of Arturo Medina and Alondra Sanchez, Bird City, plans to major in interior design.
 
Bison (67520): Allie Pakkebier, a 2018 Otis-Bison High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Pakkebier, daughter of Lea Pakkebier, Bison, plans to major in nursing.
 
Blue Rapids (66411): Kayla Smith, a 2018 Valley Heights High School graduate, received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in chemistry. Smith, daughter of Eddie and Kelly Smith, Blue Rapids, plans to major in chemistry.
 
Burdett (67523): Regan Carlson, a 2018 Pawnee Heights High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Carlson, daughter of Rick and Colleen Carlson, Burdett, plans to major in business.
 
Burr Oak (66936): Brady Jeffery, a 2018 Rock Hills High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Jeffery, son of Todd and Gina Jeffery, Burr Oak, plans to major in elementary education.
 
Chapman (67431): Mariah Moore, a 2018 Chapman High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in English. Moore, daughter of Heather Moore-Burns, Junction City, plans to major in English.
 
Cheney (67025): Hunter Adolph, a 2018 Cheney High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Adolph is the son of Steve and Lisa Adolph, Cheney.
Gage Linnebur, a 2018 Cheney High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Linnebur, son of Bob and Jeanne Linnebur, Cheney, plans to major in business.
Corbin Meireis, a 2018 Cheney High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Meireis, son of Denise Hageman, Cheney, plans to major in finance.
 
Cimarron (67835): Derek Bogner, a 2018 Cimarron High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in physics. Bogner, son of Jeff and Chandra Bogner, Cimarron, plans to major in physics.
 
Claflin (67525): Julie Donecker, a 2018 Central Plains High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in education. Donecker, daughter of Kevin and Elaine Donecker, Claflin, plans to major in elementary education.
Kylee Girard, a 2016 Central Plains High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Girard, daughter of Joey and Sheri Girard, Claflin, plans to major in nursing.
 
Clearwater (67026): Grant Ryan, a 2016 Clearwater High School graduate and a Cowley County Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Ryan, son of Kevin and Lisa Ryan, Clearwater, plans to major in biology.
 
Clifton (66937): Mikayla Kieffer, a 2017 Clifton-Clyde High School graduate and a Cloud County Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Kieffer, daughter of Stephen and Paula Kieffer, Clifton, plans to major in radiologic technology.
 
Codell (67663): Blake Crawford, a 2018 Plainville High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Crawford is the son of Kevin and Dayna Crawford, Codell.
 
Coffeyville (67337): Zane Sweeten, a 2018 Labette County High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in communication studies. Sweeten, son of Jeff and Dana Sweeten, Coffeyville, planst to major in communication studies.
 
Colby (67701): Karmen Barraza, a 2018 Colby High School graduate, received a $500 FHSU Hispanic College Institute Richard Sandoval Memorial Scholarship. Barraza, daughter of Ocdaly Barraza, Colby, plans to major in marketing.
Austin Brier, a 2018 Colby High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Brier, son of Kim Gribble, Colby, and Ron Brier, Colby, plans to major in business.
Zachary Hart, a 2018 Colby High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Hart, son of Melanie Petz, Colby, and Ted Hart, Gem, plans to major in agricultural business.
Jordan Hartwell, a 2018 Colby High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Hartwell, daughter of Irene Hartwell, Colby, plans to major in nursing.
Natalie Hernandez, a 2018 Colby High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant and a $1,000 FHSU Hispanic College Institute Commerce Bank of Hays Scholarship. Hernandez, daughter of Jorge Hernandez and Donna DelGadillo, plans to major in psychology.
Miranda Kern, a 2016 Colby High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Kern, daughter of David Kern, Colby, and Christy Bear, Tonganoxie, plans to major in business management.
Kaiser Lopez, a 2018 Colby High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Lopez, son of Lace Morford, Colby, and Marty Lopez, Paola, plans to major in accounting.
Caleb Morris, a 2016 Heartland Christian School graduate and a Colby Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Morris, son of Tim and Lori Morris, Colby, plans to major in agricultural business.
Carrie Myers, a 2018 Colby High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Myers is the daughter of Craig and Shannon Myers, Colby.
Kynndra Rush, a 2016 Golden Plains High School graduate and a Colby Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Rush, daughter of Lane and Laura Rush, Colby, plans to major in accounting.
Ashlyn Sager, a 2017 Colby High School graduate and a Colby Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Sager, daughter of Fred and Pamela Sager, Colby, plans to major in elementary education.
Abbey Schmeiser, a 2018 Heartland Christian School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Schmeiser, daughter of Mike and Renee Schmeiser, Colby, plans to major in elementary education.
Shawn Sullivant, a 2016 Colby High School graduate and a Colby Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Sullivant, son of Rod and Tiffany Sullivant, Colby, plans to major in accounting.
Donte Whitfield, a 2017 Colby High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity in health and human performance. Whitfield, son of Kristi Epp, Newton, plans to major in health and human performance.
 
Coldwater (67029): Hunter Huck, a 2018 South Central High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Huck, son of Nathan and Leasa Huck, Coldwater, plans to major in animal science.
 
Collyer (67631): Grace Glatz, a 2018 Trego Community High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award. Glatz is the niece of William Gaschler, Collyer.
Anthony Scott, a 2018 Trego Community High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art and design. Scott, son of Vance and Lori Scott, Collyer, plans to major in graphic design.
Valerie Scott, a 2018 Trego Community High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in geosciences. Scott, daughter of Vance and Lori Scott, Collyer, plans to major in geoscience.
 
Columbus (66725): Hunter Bohn, a 2016 Home school graduate and a Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Bohn, son of Eric and Adele Bohn, Columbus, plans to major in biology.
 
Colwich (67030): Nick Carney, a 2018 Andale High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Carney, son of Tom and Mary Carney, Colwich, plans to major in finance.
Cole Murray, a 2017 Andale High School graduate and a Kansas State University transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Murray, son of Darrin and Melissa Murray, Colwich, plans to major in health and human performance.
 
Concordia (66901): Adam Budreau, a 2018 Concordia High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Budreau, son of Russ and Mia Budreau, Concordia, plans to major in biology.
Matthew Davenport, a 2018 Concordia High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Davenport, son of Brett Davenport, Concordia, plans to major in history.
Nicole Timme, a 2018 Concordia High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Timme, daughter of Margaret Timme, Concordia, plans to major in chemistry.
Alexandra Wilcox, a 2017 Concordia High School graduate and a Cloud County Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Wilcox, daughter of Josh and Dyan Barnes, Concordia, plans to major in social work.
 
Copeland (67837): Brandon Fleming, a 2018 South Gray High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art and design. Fleming, son of Steve Fleming, Copeland, plans to major in graphic design.
 
Cunningham (67035): Haley Blansett, a 2016 Kingman High School graduate and a Pratt Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Blansett, daughter of John and Ariane Moore, Cunningham, plans to major in early childhood education.
Jaden Strohl, a 2018 Cunningham High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Strohl, son of Frank and Erin Strohl, Cunningham, plans to major in agronomy.
 
Damar (67632): Blake Bouchey, a 2018 Palco High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Bouchey, son of Tim and Karen Bouchey, Damar, plans to major in agriculture.
 
Derby (67037): Emma King, a 2018 Derby High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. King, daughter of Scott King, Derby, plans to major in nursing.
Josephine King, a 2017 Derby High School graduate and a Cowley County Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. King, daughter of Scott and Shelli King, Derby, plans to major in elementary education.
Brody Kooser, a 2018 Derby High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Kooser, son of Rob and Alana Kooser, Derby, plans to major in business.
Shayna Mitchell, a 2018 Derby High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Mitchell, daughter of Jim and Joy Mitchell, Derby, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Summer Reece, a 2018 Derby High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Reece, daughter of Shannon Reece, Derby, plans to major in biology.
Allison Roudybush, a 2018 Derby High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Roudybush, daughter of Michael Roudybush and Shelli King, Derby, plans to major in biology.
 
Dighton (67839): Maritza Chavarria, a 2018 Dighton High School graduate, received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in chemistry. Chavarria, daughter of Alberto and Sanjuana Chavarria, Dighton, plans to major in chemistry.
Balinda Conine, a 2018 Dighton High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Conine, daughter of Aaron and Lisa Conine, Dighton, plans to major in biology.
Jordan Horn, a 2018 Scott Community High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in health and human performance. Horn, son of Lloyd and Jeannie Horn, Dighton, plans to major in health and human performance.
Destiny Popp, a 2016 Dighton High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Popp, daughter of Chad and Marlene Rupp, Dighton, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Macie Price, a 2018 Scott Community High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Price, daughter of Rick and Cortnie Price, Dighton, plans to major in biology.
Payden Shapland, a 2016 Dighton High School graduate and a Sterling College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Shapland, daughter of Gary and Janet Shapland, Dighton, plans to major in biology.
 
Dodge City (67801): Bryant Arcos, a 2016 Dodge City High School and a Dodge City Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Arcos, son of Roberto Arcos and Delfina Moreno, Dodge City, plans a career in medicine.
Damaris Flores-Ruiz, a 2017 Dodge City High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant. Flores-Ruiz, daughter of Pilar and Maribel Flores, Dodge City, plans to major in biology.
Esperanza Garza, a 2018 Spearville High School gradaute, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Garza, daughter of Holly Flax, Dodge City, and Alex Garza, Dodge City, plans to major in criminal justice.
Jennifer Gonzalez, a 2018 Dodge City High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant. Gonzalez, daughter of Armando Gonzalez and Maria Villegas, Dodge City, and Gildardo Gonzalez and Enedina Jimenez, Mexico, plans to major in marketing.
Jalen Ibarra, a 2018 Dodge City High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Ibarra, son of Leonel and Michele Ibarra, Dodge City, plans to major in accounting.
Daniel Martinez, a 2018 Dodge City High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in physics. Martinez, son of Vincent and Cynthia Martinez, Dodge City, plans to major in physics.
Michael Reardon, a 2016 Dodge City High School graduate and a Dodge City Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Reardon, son of Tim and Susie Reardon, Dodge City, plans to major in finance.
Dawson Williams, a 2018 Dodge City High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in biology. Williams, son of David and Tanya Williams, Dodge City, plans to major in biology.
Stephanie Wilton-Perez, a 2016 Dodge City High School graduate and a Dodge City Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Wilton-Perez, daughter of Maria Del Rocio Perez, Ddge City, plans to major in art education.
 
Douglass (67039): Mason Runyan, a 2017 Douglass High School graduate and a Butler County Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Runyan, son of Jeff and Gevelle Runyan, Douglass, plans to major in history education.
Miranda Veesart, a 2018 Douglass High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Veesart, daughter of Mike and Hiedi Veesart, Douglass, plans to major in finance.
Downs (67437): Olivia Engler, a 2018 Osborne High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Engler, daughter of Dan and Carrie Engler, Downs, plans to major in business management.
 
El Dorado (67042): Morgan Owens, a 2016 El Dorado High School graduate and a Butler Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Owens, daughter of Tiffany Owens, El Dorado, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
Katlyn Sparks, a 2018 El Dorado High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Sparks, daughter of Jeff and Becky Sparks, El Dorado, plans to major in business.
 
Elkhart (67950): Mackenzie Gibson, a 2018 Elkhart High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Gibson, daughter of Heath and Brandi Gibson, Elkhart, plans to major in English.
Tomas Mendoza, a 2018 Elkhart High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Mendoza, son of Blas and Barbara Mendoza, Elkhart, plans to major in nursing.
Ben O'Hanlon, a 2018 Elkhart High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. O'Hanlon, son of Stephen and Traci O'Hanlon, Elkhart, plans to major in information networking.
Eduardo Sanchez, a 2016 Elkhart High School graduate and a Seward County Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Sanchez, son of Martin and Patricia Sanchez, Elkhart, plans to major in biology.
 
Ellinwood (67526): Nichole Hartman, a 2018 Ellinwood High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in history. Hartman, daughter of Noell Hartman, Ellinwood, and Gary Hartman, Larned, plans to major in history.
Jenna Oelke, a 2017 Ellinwood High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Oelke, daughter of Steve and Amy Oelke, Ellinwood, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Avery Pike, a 2016 Ellinwood High School graduate and a Hesston College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Pike, son of Stacy and Tonya Pike, Ellinwood, plans to major in math education.
Katelyn Reh, a 2018 Ellinwood High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Reh, daughter of John and Kathy Reh, Ellinwood, plans to major in animal science.
Abbie Reichuber, a 2016 Ellinwood High School graduate and a Barton County Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Reichuber, daughter of Gerald and Sharon Reichuber, Ellinwood, plans to major in animal science.
 
Ellis (67637): Joseph Eck, a 2018 Ellis High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in biology. Eck, son of Mark and Sarah Eck, Ellis, plans to major in biology.
Kaylyn Foster, a 2018 Ellis High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Foster, daughter of Roberta Kinderknecht, Ellis, plans to major in nursing.
Kyrsten Frickey, a 2018 Ellis High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Frickey, daughter of Brian and Michelle Frickey, Ellis, plans to major in marketing.
Jenna Schoenberger, a 2016 Ellis High School graduate and a Colby Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Schoenberger, daughter of Dave and Audrey Schoenberger, Ellis, plans to major in elementary education.
Natalie Schoenberger, a 2018 Ellis High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in chemistry. Schoenberger, daughter of Dave and Audrey Schoenberger, Ellis, plans to major in chemistry.
Geoffrey Soneson, a 2018 Ellis High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Soneson, son of Robert and Donna Soneson, Ellis, plans to major in applied technology.
Ali Weber, a 2018 Ellis High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Weber, daughter of Curtis and Mary Kay Weber, Ellis, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Bryce Younger, a 2018 Ellis High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Younger, son of Bobby and Toni Younger, Ellis, plans to major in business.
 
Ellsworth (67439): Jeanae Brungardt, a 2018 Ellsworth High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award. Brungardt is the daughter of Dale and Beth Brungardt, Ellsworth.
Dodge Ellegood, a 2016 Ellsworth High School graduate and a Hutchinson Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Ellegood, son of Rob Ellegood, Ellsworth, plans to major in agricultural business.
Zakary Jacobo, a 2016 Ellsworth High School graduate and a Pratt Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Jacobo, son of Maynard and Deanna Cunningham, Ellsworth, and Vincent and Sheila Jacobo, plans to major in biology.
 
Emporia (66801): Tate McRell, a 2018 Emporia High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. McRell, son of Mike and Joann McRell, Emporia, plans to major in nursing.
 
Eskridge (66423): Samantha Dunbar, a 2018 Mission Valley High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in business and entrepreneurship. Dunbar, daughter of Dave and Toni Dunbar, Eskridge, plans to major in international business and economics.
 
Eudora (66025): Nicole Thrailkill, a 2018 Eudora High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Thrailkill, daughter of Roy and Denise Thrailkill, Eudora, plans to major in nursing.
 
Garden City (67846): Jonathan Aragon, a 2015 Ulysses High School graduate and a Garden City Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Aragon, son of German and Maria Aragon, Ulysses, plans to major in business.
Alyssa Basilio, a 2016 Garden City High School graduate and a Garden City Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Basilio, daughter of Anthony and Gina Basilio, Garden City, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
Larae Boaldin, a 2016 Garden City High School graduate and a Garden City Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Boaldin, daughter of Mark and Tara Boaldin, Garden City, plans to major in history education.
Juliana Casas, a 2018 Garden City High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Casas, daughter of Alejandro Casas, Garden City, plans to major in chemistry.
Cesar Felix, a 2014 Garden City High School graduate and a Garden City Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Felix, son of Mercedes Felix, Garden City, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Raegan Linenberger, a 2018 Garden City High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Linenberger is the daughter of Dave and Krista Linenberger, Garden City.
Miguel Lopez-Lemus, a 2016 Garden City High School graduate and a Garden City Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Lopez-Lemus, son of Miguel Lopez Zorala and Yolanda Lopez-Lemus, Garden City, plans to major in English.
Matthew Marez, a 2014 Garden City High School graduate and a Garden City Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Marez, son of Roger and Kim Marez, Garden City, plans to major in health and human performance.
Mikel Osborne, a 2018 Ingalls High School graduate, received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Osborne, son of Donoven and Tranquility Mader, Garden City, plans to major in construction management.
Alejandra Ramos, a 2012 Garden City High School graduate and a Garden City Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Ramos, daughter of Salvador and Silvia Resendiz, Garden City, plans to major in early childhood education.
Erica Ramos, a 2017 Garden City High School graduate and a Kansas Wesleyan transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Ramos, daughter of Temo and Jennifer Ramos, Garden City, plans to major in nursing.
Kimberly Recinos, a 2016 Garden City High School graduate and a Garden City Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Recinos, daughter of Mario and Irma Recinos, Garden City, plans to major in biology.
Edgar RodriguezJimenez, a 2015 Garden City High School graduate and a Garden City Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. RodriguezJimenez, son of Seferino and Maria Rodriguez, plans to major in criminal justice.
Anna Roth, a 2018 Garden City High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Roth, daughter of Steve and Sonya Roth, Garden City, plans to major in nursing.
Brodie Stabel, a 2017 Garden City High School graduate and a Garden City Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Stabel, son of Brady and Brook Trenkle, Garden City, plans to major in finance.
Megan Strecker, a 2018 Garden City High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Strecker, daughter of Steve and Janna Strecker, Garden City, plans to major in communication sciences and disorders.
Garden Plain (67050): Courtney Couch, a 2018 Bishop Carroll High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Couch, daughter of Jeremy Couch and Pauline Freund, Garden Plain, plans to major in agriculture.
Hayden Horacek, a 2018 Garden Plain High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in biology. Horacek, son of John and Elaine Horacek, Garden Plain, plans to major in biology.
Leah Mans, a 2018 Garden Plain High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Mans, daughter of Randal and Janet Mans, Garden Plain, plans to major in English.
Jacob Schumacher, a 2018 Garden Plain High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Schumacher, son of Dennis and Chris Schumacher, Garden Plain, plans to major in animal science.
 
Garfield (67529): Edgar Garcia, a 2018 Larned High School graduate, received a $2,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant. Garcia, son of Cesar and Micaela Garcia, Garfield, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Candice Peterson, a 2018 Pawnee Heights High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in biological sciences. Peterson, daughter of Shawn and Teresa Peterson, Garfield, plans to major in biology.
Jordan Taylor, a 2018 Larned High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Taylor, son of Tim and Dana Taylor, Garfield, plans to major in business.
 
Gem (67734): Maggi Nieman, a 2018 Golden Plains High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Nieman, daughter of Denny and Traci Nieman, Gem, plans to major in elementary education.
 
Glade (67639): Jacob McClelland, a 2018 Phillipsburg High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. McClelland, son of Carla Bruning, Glade, and the late Dennis McClelland, plans to major in physics.
Maggie Shaw, a 2018 Phillipsburg High School graduate, received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Shaw, daughter of J.P. and Wendy Shaw, Glade, plans to major in nursing.
 
Glen Elder (67446): Shelby Senger, a 2018 Lakeside High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Senger is the daughter of Joe and Jerri Senger, Glen Elder.
 
Goddard (67052): Emily Bay, a 2018 Goddard High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in social work. Bay, daughter of Craig and Michelle Bay, Goddard, plans to major in social work.
Allissa Craven, a 2018 Goddard High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in English. Craven, daughter of David and Tonya Walker, Goddard, and Phillip Craven, Goddard, plans to major in English.
Daylon Dohmeier, a 2018 Eisenhower High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in physics. Dohmeier, son of Mark and Christina Dohmeier, Goddard, plans to major in physics.
Nicholas Dooley, a 2018 Garden Plain High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Dooley, son of Steve and Cyndi Dooley, Goddard, plans to major in nursing.
Cauy Lindsay, a 2018 Eisenhower High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in biology. Lindsay, son of John Lindsay and Lisa Rojas, Goddard, plans to major in nursing.
 
Goodland (67735): Devinee Borgmann, a 2018 Goodland High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Borgmann, daughter of Michael and Loretta Borgmann, Goodland, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
Madison Jostes, a 2018 Goodland High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in teacher education. Jostes, daughter of Charlene Jostes, Goodland, plans to major in elementary education.
Brandt Mull, a 2018 Goodland High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Mull, son of Devlin and Tara Mull, Goodland, plans to major in biology.
Dawson Raymer, a 2018 Goodland High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Raymer, son of Steve and Debra Raymer, Goodland, plans to major in education.
 
Gorham (67640): Christian Oxenford, a 2018 Victoria High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Oxenford, son of Amanda Brungardt-Oxenford, Gorham, and Jason Oxenford, Hays, plans a career in pharmacy.
Macey Steckel, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in health and human performance. Steckel, daughter of Brandon and Jacque Jacobs, Gorham, and Jerod Steckel, Russell, plans to major in health and human performance.
 
Grainfield (67737): Kristen Heier, a 2016 Wheatland High School graduate and an Emporia State University transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Heier, daughter of Roger and Stephanie Heier, Grainfield, plans to major in elementary education.
Julien Illo, a 2018 Wheatland High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Illo, son of Daryl and Heather Zerr, Grainfield, plans to major in physics.
 
Great Bend (67530): Molli Banks, a 2018 Great Bend High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in psychology. Banks, daughter of Jacqueline Urban, Great Bend, plans to major in psychology.
Brittnee Barber, a 2016 Great Bend High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $4,500 Phi Theta Kappa All-Kansas Academic Team Scholarship. Barber, daughter of Willy and Michelle Barber, Great Bend, plans to major in accounting.
Antonio Carrasco, a 2015 Great Bend High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Carrasco, son of Malena Carbajal, Great Bend, plans to major in biology.
Lakin Funk, a 2016 Great Bend High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Funk, daughter of Monique Funk, Kinsley, plans to major in animal science.
Haley Kircher, a 2016 Hoisington High School graduate and a Hutchinson Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Kircher, daughter of Mark and Tonya Kircher, Great Bend, plans to major in business.
Jessica Loera, a 2015 Great Bend High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Loera, daughter of Rosalinda Loera, Great Bend, plans to major in communication sciences and disorders.
Katie Maneth, a 2018 Great Bend High School graduate, received a $1,500 FHSU Achievement Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in education. Maneth, daughter of Tim and Kim Nollette, Great Bend, plans to major in elementary education.
Paulina Martinez Baray, a 2018 Great Bend High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Martinez Baray, daughter of Mario and Lizeth Martinez, Great Bend, plans to major in biology.
Elsi Miller, a 2017 Great Bend High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Miller, daughter of Tracey Miller, Great Bend, plans to major in general science.
Paola Ramirez-Lucio, a 2013 Great Bend High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $2,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant and a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Ramirez-Lucio, daughter of Martin and Concepcion Ramirez, Great Bend, plans to major in social work.
Christian Rivas, a 2016 Great Bend High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant and a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Rivas, son of Raul and Martha Rivas, Great Bend, plans to major in criminal justice.
Kimberlyn Sinclair, a 2017 Great Bend High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Sinclair, daughter of Darrin and Terri Sinclair, Great Bend, plans to major in early childhood education.
Santiago Talamantes, a 2016 Great Bend High school graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $2,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant. Talamantes, son of Santiago and Erika Talamantes, Great Bend, plans to major in business.
 
Greeley (66033): Adison Dalsing, a 2018 Anderson County High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Dalsing, daughter of Jim and Pam Dalsing, Greeley, plans to major in nursing.
 
Greensburg (67054): Ashlin Oberle, a 2018 Kiowa County High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in education. Oberle, daughter of Scott and Arlene Oberle, Greensburg, plans to major in education.
 
Harper (67058): Arien Sauer, a 2018 Chaparral High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in history. Sauer, daughter of Joshua and Meagan Hurt, Harper, plans to major in history education.
 
Haven (67543): Tyler Newcomer, a 2018 Haven High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in informatics. Newcomer, son of Greg and Elizabeth Newcomer, Haven, plans to major in business administration.
Kaitlyn Pell, a 2017 Haven High School graduate and a Hutchinson Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Pell, daughter of Ernest and Elaine Pell, Haven, plans to major in English education.
 
Hays (67601): Erin Adams, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in history. Adams, daughter of Paul Adams and Cheryl Shepard-Adams, Hays, plans to major in history.
Brooks Barber, a 2016 Hays High School graduate and an FHSU junior, received a $300 Applied Business Studies Scholarship. Barber, son of David Barber, Hays, plans to major in marketing.
Rylea Barrett, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Barrett, daughter of Jim and Hannah Barrett, Hays, plans a career in massage therapy.
Kori Beckman, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in health and human performance. Beckman, daughter of Jason and Andi Beckman, Hays, plans to major in athletic training.
Dante Blackmon, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in health and human performance. Blackmon, son of Steve Blackmon and Sharon Tallman, Hays, plans to major in health and human performance.
Alexander Bogart, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award, a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award. Bogart is the son of Heath and Lori Bogart, Hays.
Michael Braun, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Braun is the son of Glenn and Amy Braun, Hays.
Brianna Brin, a 2017 Hays High School graduate and a University of Kansas transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Brin, daughter of Dave and Kay Brin, Hays, plans to major in psychology.
Abigail Brungardt, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Brungardt is the daughter of Paul and Christina Brungardt, Hays.
Brendan Chapman, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in history. Chapman, son of Alaina Dresslar, Hays, and Korrie Chapman, Hays, plans to major in history.
Logan Clark, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Clark, son of Wes and Deena Clark, Hays, plans a career in optometry.
Megan Cranwell, a 2018 Ellis High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Cranwell, daughter of Clyde and Kristi Cranwell, Hays, plans to major in agricultural business.
Nicholas Davidson, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business and entrepreneurship. Davidson, son of Kevin and Melody Davidson, Hays, plans to major in business management.
Michaela Dreher, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Dreher, daughter of Neal and Trica Dreher, Hays, plans to major in biology.
Tanner Eiland, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Eiland, son of Darrell and Michele Eiland, Hays, plans to major in computer science.
Elizabeth Emerson, a 2016 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Emerson, daughter of Chris and Carla Emerson, Hays, plans to major in geology.
Faith Ewert, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in art. Ewert, daughter of Melinda Ewert, Hays, and Doug Ewert, Hays, plans to major in graphic design.
Kimberly Flores, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Flores, daughter of Rafaela Pina, Hays, plans to major in social work.
Brooke Forinash, a 2016 Hays High School graduate and an FHSU junior, received a $250 Kansas I-70 Association Tourism and Hospitality Scholarship. Forinash, daughter of Brian and Betsy Forinash, Hays, plans to major in tourism and hospitality management.
Noah Glendening, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Glendening is the son of Jim and Angela Glendening, Hays.
Blade Goering, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Goering, son of Brandon and Tara Goering, Wichita, plans to major in informatics.
Amiyah Gonzalez, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art and design. Gonzalez, daughter of Alicia and Rebecca Arias, Hays, plans to major in studio art.
Adam Gottschalk, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award. Gottschalk, son of Rich and Trina Gottschalk, Hays, plans to major in general studies.
Sandra Guzman, a 2017 Colegio de Bachilleres Cobaed No. 27 graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Guzman plans to major in biology.
Joel Herman, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Herman, ward of Charles and Barbara Staab, Federal Way, Wash., plans to major in business education.
Tana Herreman, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art. Herreman, daughter of Dallas and Andrea Herreman, Hays, plans to major in graphic design.
Julia Hess, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Hess, daughter of Dan and Lisa Hess, Hays, plans to major in accounting.
Abby Kennemer, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in psychology. Kennemer, daughter of Rob and Traci Kennemer, Hays, plans to major in psychology.
Shelby Knoll, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Knoll, daughter of Grady and Tonya Knoll, Hays, plans to major in elementary education.
Aubrey Koenigsman, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Koenigsman, daughter of Joe and Tami Koenigsman, Hays, plans to major in business.
Kyler Koenke, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Koenke, son of Kelly Koenke and April Klaus, Hays, plans to major in accounting.
Mikayla Koerner, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Koerner, daughter of Paul Koerner and Ginger Hamilton, Hays, plans to major in education.
Claire Krannawitter, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art. Krannawitter, daughter of Lori Krannawitter, Hays, and Tom Krannawitter, Denver, Colo., plans to major in art.
Natalie Kroeker, a 2016 Oakley High School graduate and a Colby Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Kroeker, daughter of Wes Kroeker, Hays, and Eleonore Kroeker, Colby, plans to major in management.
Eleanor Lang, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in communication studies. Lang, daughter of John and Stacey Lang, Hays, plans to major in communication.
Alicia Language, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Language, daughter of Johan and Christa Language, Hays, plans to major in management.
Morgan Leiker, a 2018 Victoria High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Leiker, daughter of Amy Leiker, Hays, plans to major in elementary education.
Alexander Lenser, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Lenser, son of David and Terri Lenser, Hays, plans to major in computer science.
Ian Lenser, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Lenser, son of Dave and Terri Lenser, Hays, plans to major in business.
Holly Linenberger, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in art and design. Linenberger, daughter of Stan and Jenny Linenberger, Hays, plans to major in interior design.
Rachel Luedders, a 2014 Hays High School graduate and an FHSU senior, received a $250 Kansas I-70 Association Tourism and Hospitality Scholarship. Luedders, daughter of Chris and Rebecca Luedders, Hays, plans to major in tourism and hospitality management.
Conner Mermis, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Mermis, son of Keith and Jennifer Mermis, Hays, plans to major in technology studies.
Cole Murphy, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Murphy, son of Todd and Bobbie Murphy, Hays, plans to major in finance.
Ashley Ostrander, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Ostrander, daughter of Tim and Kathleen Ostrander, Hays, plans to major in biology.
Alyssa Owens, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Owens, daughter of Frank and Ceena Owens, Hays, plans to major in tourism and hospitality management.
Esperanza Palmer, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $2,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in psychology. Palmer, daughter of Sean and Renee Fisher, Hays, plans to major in psychology.
Jennifer Paredes-Camal, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $2,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant and a $500 FHSU Hispanic College Institute Richard Sandoval Memorial Scholarship. Paredes-Camal, daughter of Mario Paredes and Sarai Camal, Hays, plans to major in health and human performance.
Alex Patel, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Patel, son of Ritesh and Tara Patel, Hays, plans to major in computer science.
Kyra Polifka-Wilhelm, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Polifka-Wilhelm, daughter of Deb Polifka-Pape, Hays, plans to major in business.
Emily Prine, a 2016 Hays High School graduate and an FHSU junior, received a $300 Business Education Scholarship. Prine, daughter of Toby and Jenny Prine, Hays, plans to major in business education (teacher licensure).
Carlo Pulido-Ortiz, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant, a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $1,000 FHSU Hispanic College Institute Scholarship. Pulido-Ortiz, son of Juan and Laura Pulido, Hays, plans to major in biology.
Karl Rack, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Rack, son of Marvin and Jennifer Rack, Hays, plans to major in physics.
Creighton Renz, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Renz, son of Shelton and Cheryl Renz, Hays, plans to major in nursing.
Sara Rohleder, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Rohleder, daughter of Scott and Cari Rohleder, Hays, plans to major in physics.
Ethan Rohr, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,000 Peter Werth Endowed Science, Technology and Mathematics Scholarship. Rohr, son of Jesse and Tawnya Rohr, Hays, plans to major in physics.
Eric Rorstrom, a 2018 home school graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in political science. Rorstrom, son of James and Jane Rorstrom, Hays, plans to major in political science.
Taryn Rupp, a 2017 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate and an FHSU sophomore, received a $250 Kansas I-70 Association Tourism and Hospitality Scholarship. Rupp, daughter of Kim Rupp, Hays, plans to major in tourism and hospitality management.
Kayla Satomi, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Satomi, daughter of Ian and Kathy Satomi, Hays, plans to major in biology.
Gracie Schmidt, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Schmidt, daughter of Terry and Kelly Schmidt, Hays, plans to major in nursing.
Dylan Schmidtberger, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in geosciences. Schmidtberger, son of Stacy Schmidtberger, Hays, plans to major in geology.
Lisa Schoenberger, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Schoenberger, daughter of Jeff and Amy Schoenberger, Hays, plans to major in marketing.
Gavin Schumacher, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Schumacher is the son of Chris and Dana Schumacher, Hays.
Ciara Seib, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in biological sciences. Seib, daughter of Brent and Jessica Seib, Hays, plans to major in biology.
Taryn Stauth, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in biological sciences. Stauth, daughter of Shannon and Jan Stauth, Hays, plans to major in biology.
Jayden Stramel, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art and design. Stramel, son of Sarah Stramel, Hays, plans to major in studio art.
Alec Stults, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Stults is the son of Scott and Rhonda Stults, Hays.
Noah Vaughn, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in informatics. Vaughn, son of John and Kendra Vaughn, Hays, plans to major in informatics.
Noelia Villa, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Villa, daughter of Hilda Robles, Hays, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Kayla Vitztum, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Vitztum, daughter of Brian and Tina Vitztum, Hays, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Cameron Werth, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in computer science. Werth, son of Blaine and Dionne Werth, Hays, plans to major in computer science.
Chase Werth, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Werth, son of Kent and Shawnda Werth, Hays, plans to major in nursing.
Collin Werth, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Werth, son of Tim and Sandee Werth, Hays, plans to major in animal science.
Emily Woydziak, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in chemistry. Woydziak, daughter of Matt and Amy Woydziak, Hays, plans to major in chemistry.
Savannah Yost, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Yost, daughter of Greg and Candace Yost, Hays, plans to major in nursing.
Jasmine Zerr, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in biological sciences. Zerr, daughter of Melissa Zerr, Hays, plans to major in biology.
Cole Zimmerman, a 2018 Thomas More Prep-Marian High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Zimmerman, son of Keith and Anne Zimmerman, Hays, plans to major in accounting.
 
Highland (66035): Shayna Wilson, a 2018 Doniphan West High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in health and human performance. Wilson, daughter of Charles and Karen Wilson, Highland, plans to major in sport and exercise therapy.
 
Hill City (67642): Carrie Kennedy, a 2018 Hill City High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Kennedy, daughter of Verl and Melanie Kennedy, Hill City, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
Hillsboro (67063): Alejandra Nieto, a 2018 Hillsboro High School graduate, received a $500 FHSU Hispanic College Institute El Centro Scholarship. Nieto is the daughter of Pedro and Mari Ochoaz-Ram Nie, Hillsboro.
 
Hoisington (67544): Alexis Boeck, a 2016 Hoisington High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Boeck, daughter of Tina Boeck, Hoisington, plans to major in accounting.
Marisa Jonas, a 2016 Hoisington High School graduate and a Pratt Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Jonas, daughter of Steven and Katherine Jonas, Hoisington, plans to major in chemistry.
Alexander Rziha, a 2017 Hoisington High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Rziha, son of Scott and Robin Rziha, Hoisington, plans to major in agronomy.
 
Holcomb (67851): Carter Blackburn, a 2018 Holcomb High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Blackburn, son of Jeff and Melanie Blackburn, Holcomb, plans to major in business.
Molly Harrington, a 2017 Holcomb High School graduate and a Garden City Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Harrington, daughter of Rex and Melinda Harrington, Holcomb, plans to major in elementary education.
Cameron Newman, a 2018 Holcomb High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Newman, son of Gary and Beth Newman, Holcomb, plans to major in business management.
Kenlea Stegman, a 2018 Holcomb High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Stegman, daughter of Tim and Heather Stegman, Holcomb, plans to major in agriculture.
Trey Teeter, a 2016 Holcomb High School graduate and a Hutchinson Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Teeter, son of Kent and Dixie Teeter, Holcomb, plans to major in health and human performance.
 
Holton (66436): Nathan Smith, a 2018 Holton High School and Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science graduate, received a $4,000 Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science Scholarship, a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in biological sciences. Smith, son of Porter and Terri Smith, Holton, plans to major in biology.
 
Hoyt (66440): Shannon Nease, a 2018 Royal Valley High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Nease, daughter of Jennifer Taylor, Hoyt, and Kevin Nease, Kansas City, plans to major in radiologic technology.
 
Hugoton (67951): Abraham Garcia, a 2018 Hugoton High School graduate, received a $2,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant. Garcia, son of Victor Garcia and Marina Aguirre, Hugoton, plans to major in health and human performance.
Tiffany Garcia, a 2014 Garden City High School graduate and a Garden City Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Garcia, daughter of Ernesto Garcia, Hugoton, plans to major in education.
Eric Perry, a 2018 Hugoton High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Perry, son of Sheldon and Joan Perry, Hugoton, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
 
Hutchinson (67501): Alyssa Bartlett, a 2017 Central Christian High School graduate and a Kansas Wesleyan University transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Bartlett, daughter of Deron and Deb Bartlett, Hutchinson, plans to major in nursing.
Dylan Jensen, a 2018 Hutchinson High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Jensen, son of Lloyd and Michelle Jensen, Hutchinson, plans to major in technology studies.
Seth Williams, a 2016 Pretty Prairie High School graduate and a Hutchinson Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Williams, son of Brad and Tami Williams, Hutchinson, plans to major in computer science.
Isabelle Wortz, a 2018 Haven High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art and design. Wortz, daughter of Steve and Amber Wortz, Hutchinson, plans to major in interior design.
Hutchinson (67502): Emily Hammeke, a 2018 Trinity Catholic High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in informatics. Hammeke, daughter of Joe and Stacy Hammeke, Hutchinson, plans to major in informatics.
John Nelson, a 2016 Hutchinson High School graduate and a Hutchinson Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Nelson, son of Chris and Rachel Nelson, Hutchinson, plans to major in international business.
Ryan Stoecklein, a 2015 Hutchinson High School graduate and a Hutchinson Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Stoecklein, son of Denny and Michelle Stoecklein, Hutchinson, plans to major in sports management.
 
Ingalls (67853): Jenalyn Weimer, a 2018 Ingalls High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Weimer, daughter of Becky Warta, Ingalls, plans to major in radiologic technology.
 
Jetmore (67854): Kaitlyn Baker, a 2016 Jefferson West High School graduate and a Dodge City Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Baker, daughter of Ryan Baker and Michelle Borger, Jetmore, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
 
Johnson City (67855): Devin Berens, a 2018 Stanton County High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in computer science. Berens, son of Matt Berens, Johnson, and Cheryl Berens, Hays, plans to major in computer science.
Meleny Jacome-Banuelos, a 2018 Stanton County High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant. Jacome-Banuelos, daughter of Alejandro and Martha Jacome, Johnson City, plans to major in music.
 
Junction City (66441): Myla Zima, a 2014 Junction City High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Zima, daughter of Scott and Jodi Zima, Junction City, plans to major in radiologic technology.
 
Kansas City (66101): Gissell Franco, a 2018 Wyandotte High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Franco, daughter of Jorge Franco and Graciela Cuevas, Kansas City, plans to major in accounting.
Kansas City (66102): Carlotta Hogan, a 2018 Bishop Ward High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant, a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in geosciences. Hogan, daughter of Diana Hogan, Kansas City, plans to major in geoscience.
Viviana Lanuza, a 2018 Wyandotte High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Lanuza is the daughter of Angelica Sanchez, Kansas City.
Kansas City (66106): Erick Mendez, a 2018 Shawnee Mission North High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant, a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award, a $1,000 FHSU Hispanic College Institute Scholarship and a $500 FHSU Hispanic College Institute McDonald's Scholarship. Mendez, son of Luis Mendez and Dobres Silva, Kansas City, plans to major in computer science.
Davion Scott, a 2018 Turner High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Scott, son of Sedric and Rosie Scott, Kansas City, plans to major in business.
Kansas City (66109): Reiley Kirwan, a 2018 Piper High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Kirwan, daughter of Patrick and Jennifer Kirwan, Kansas City, plans to major in business.
 
Kechi (67067): Katie Kjelland, a 2018 Wichita Heights High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in art and design. Kjelland, daughter of Thomas and Karen Kjelland, Kechi, plans to major in interior design.
 
Kensington (66951): Kennedy Rietzke, a 2018 Thunder Ridge High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art. Rietzke, daughter of Ryan and Tiffany Rietzke, Kensington, plans to major in art.
 
Kingman (67068): Cole Walters, a 2016 Kingman High School graduate and a Garden City Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Walters, son of Bob and Stacey Walters, Kingman, plans to major in agronomy.
 
Kirwin (67644): Noah Peak, a 2018 Phillipsburg High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in history. Peak, son of Gina Peak, Kirwin, plans to major in history.
 
Lakin (67860): Michelle McPherson, a 2016 Lakin High School graduate and a Garden City Community College transfer student, received a $4,500 Phi Theta Kappa All-Kansas Academic Team Scholarship and received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. McPherson, daughter of Brenda Padilla, Lakin, plans to major in nursing.
 
Larned (67550): Wesley Davis, a 2018 Larned High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Davis, son of Joel and Jewel Davis, Larned, plans to major in chemistry.
Hunter Fitzpatrick, a 2018 Larned High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Fitzpatrick, son of Garet and Jennifer Fitzpatrick, Larned, plans to major in elementary education.
 
Lawrence (66044): Grayson Gilbert, a 2018 Tonganoxie High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Gilbert, son of Darren and Gaila Gilbert, Lawrence, plans to major in political science.
Lawrence (66046): Laura Leach, a 2018 Lawrence High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Leach, daughter of Lisa Smith, Lawrence, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Lawrence (66047): Nathaniel Kearney, a 2018 Lawrence High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art. Kearney, son of Gregory and Tamara Kearney, Lawrence, plans to major in graphic design.
Lawrence (66049): Shanna Smith, a 1997 Falls City, Neb., High School graduate and an FHSU senior, received a $300 Applied Business Studies Scholarship. Smith, Lawrence, plans to major in marketing.
 
Lecompton (66050): Hannah Korth, a 2018 Perry-Lecompton High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Korth, daughter of Steve and Lora Korth, Lecompton, plans to major in biology.
 
Lenexa (66216): Rachel Albright, a 2018 Shawnee Mission Northwest High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Albright, daughter of Lawrence and Saidah Albright, Lenexa, plans to major in geology.
 
Leonardville (66449): Jada Burgman, a 2018 Riley County High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Burgman, daughter of David and Jane Burgman, Leonardville, plans to major in nursing.
 
Leoti (67861): Isabel Resendez, a 2018 Wichita County High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Resendez, daughter of Isabel Cardenas, Leoti, plans to major in computer science.
 
Lewis (67552): William Cross, a 2018 Macksville High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Cross, son of Brian and Jill Cross, Lewis, plans to major in agriculture.
Natalie Holguin, a 2016 Kinsley High School graduate and a Pratt Community College transfer student, received a $4,500 Phi Theta Kappa All-Kansas Academic Team Scholarship and a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Holguin, daughter of Prudencio and Mary Ann Holguin, Lewis, plans to major in accounting.
 
Liberal (67901): Anthony Anaya, a 2016 Liberal High School graduate and a Seward County Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Anaya, son of Alfredo and Anahy Anaya, Liberal, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Javier Avitia, a 2013 Fellowship Baptist School graduate and a Seward County Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Avitia, son of Francisco and Hilda Avitia, Liberal, plans to major in finance.
Stephanie Garcia, a 2016 Liberal High School graduate and a Dodge City Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Garcia, daughter of Emma Galindo, Liberal, plans to major in communication sciences and disorders.
Daisey Hernandez, a 2018 Liberal High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in education. Hernandez, daughter of Jeronimo Hernandez and Juana Solo de Hernandez, Liberal, plans to major in math education.
Joel Mettlen, a 2018 Liberal High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Mettlen, son of John and Traci Mettlen, Liberal, plans to major in agriculture.
Kemberly Zamora, a 2017 Liberal High School graduate a Seward County Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Zamora, daughter of Rogelio Zamora Gomez and Marina Martinez, Liberal, plans to major in elementary education.
 
Liebenthal (67553): Zachary Miller, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in English. Miller, son of Leah Gross, Liebenthal, plans to major in English.
 
Lincoln (67455): Dylan Babcock, a 2018 Lincoln High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Babcock, son of Greg and Debbie Babcock, Lincoln, plans to major in accounting.
Cody Behrens, a 2018 Lincoln High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Behrens, son of Chris and Sally Behrens, Lincoln, plans to major in business management.
 
Lindsborg (67456): Dylan Archuleta, a 2018 Smoky Valley High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Archuleta, son of Jason and Sarah Archuleta, Lindsborg, plans to major in informatics.
Karis Calahan, a 2018 Southeast of Saline High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Calahan, daughter of Chad and Brandi Calahan, Lindsborg, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
 
Logan (67646): Riana Mays, a 2018 Logan High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Mays, daughter of Gwen Loyd, Logan, plans to major in nursing.
 
Louisburg (66053): Samantha Farmer, a 2018 Louisburg High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Farmer, daughter of Paul and Brenda Farmer, Louisburg, plans to major in nursing.
 
Lucas (67648): Dylan Streit, a 2018 Sylvan-Lucas High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Streit, son of Seth and Erin Streit, Lucas, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Luray (67649): Rudolph Haberer, a 2018 Sylvan-Lucas High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in health and human performance. Haberer, son of Rudy and Rhonda Haberer, Luray, plans to major in health and human performance.
 
Lyons (67554): Kassidy Clarke, a 2018 Lyons High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in biological sciences. Clarke, daughter of Chris and Missie Clarke, Lyons, plans to major in biology.
Hugo Fuentes, a 2018 Lyons High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Fuentes, son of Hugo Fuentes and Adriana Landeros, Lyons, plans to major in biology.
 
Macksville (67557): Emma Austin, a 2015 Macksville High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Austin, daughter of Gordon and Audrey Austin, Macksville, plans to major in health and human performance.
 
Manhattan (66502): Adam Al-Soltani, a 2016 Manhattan High School graduate and a Dodge City Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Al-Soltani, son of Yvonne Castro, Manhattan, plans to major in finance.
Sina Hanna, a 2018 Manhattan High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in biological sciences. Hanna, daughter of Brandy Kirk, Manhattan, plans to major in biology.
Carley Harris, a 2018 Manhattan High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Harris is the daughter of Bo and Stacy Harris, Manhattan.
Trenton Juenemann, a 2018 Manhattan High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Juenemann, son of Darren and Stacie Juenemann, Manhattan, plans to major in construction management.
Cailey Perkins, a 2018 Manhattan High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Perkins, daughter of James and Kelley Perkins, Manhattan, plans to major in nursing.
Addysen Stone, a 2018 Manhattan High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Stone, daughter of Jon Stone and Melissa Rhoads, Manhattan, plans to major in education.
Andrew Voss, a 2016 Colby High School graduate and a Kansas State University transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Voss, son of Todd and Denise Voss, Colby, plans to major in criminal justice.
 
Manhattan (66503): Macy Bieker, a 2018 Manhattan High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Bieker, daughter of Brian and Dallas Bieker, Manhattan, plans to major in nursing.
Zayra Espinoza, a 2018 Manhattan High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Hispanic College Institute Scholarship. Espinoza is the daughter of Pedro Espinoza, Manhattan.
Kaitlyn French, a 2018 Manhattan High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. French, daughter of Scott and Deanell French, Manhattan, plans to major in nursing.
Thomas Gevock, a 2018 Manhattan High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Gevock, son of David and Darla Gevock, Manhattan, plans to major in health and human performance.
Reece Wewer, a 2018 Manhattan High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Wewer, son of Randy and Paula Wewer, Manhattan, plans to major in health and human performance.
 
Mankato (66956): Tycen Higer, a 2018 Rock Hills High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Higer, son of Dan and Janet Higer, Mankato, plans to major in athletic training.
 
Marion (66861): Kyle Brinker, a 2018 Marion High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in physics. Brinker, son of Jeff and Shawna Pierce, Marion, plans to major in physics.
Noah Stauffer, a 2018 Grace Academy graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Stauffer, son of DJ and Nicole Stauffer, Marion, plans to major in computer science.
 
Marquette (67464): Tamara Krehbiel, a 2015 Little River High School graduate and a Hutchinson Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Krehbiel, daughter of Dean and Jennifer Krehbiel, Marquette, plans to major in criminal justice.
 
McDonald (67745): Alexandra Hazuka, a 2018 Cheylin High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Hazuka is the daughter of Dale and Stacey Hazuka, McDonald.
 
McPherson (67460): Johanna Beck, a 2018 Elyria Christian School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Beck, daughter of Roger and Xochitl Beck, McPherson, plans to major in elementary education.
Kollin Goering, a 2018 McPherson High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Goering is the son of Shawn and Kim Goering, McPherson.
Chloe Jones, a 2018 McPherson High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Jones, daughter of Stephanie Smith, McPherson, plans to major in biology.
Drew Labertew, a 2018 McPherson High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in health and human performance. Labertew, son of Brandon and Laura Labertew, McPherson, plans to major in health and human performance.
Sophie Smith, a 2018 Smoky Valley High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Smith, daughter of Kevin and Mischelle Smith, McPherson, plans to major in biology.
Megan Wiens, a 2017 McPherson High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in social work. Wiens, daughter of Greg and Beth Wiens, McPherson, plans to major in social work.
 
Meade (67864): Blaise Saucedo, a 2018 Meade High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Saucedo, son of Mario and Stephanie Saucedo, Meade, plans to major in agriculture.
 
Menlo (67753): Jacob Munk, a 2017 Hoxie High School and Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in chemistry. Munk, son of Andrew and Christie Munk, Menlo, plans to major in chemistry.
Meriden (66512): Anna Bevitt, a 2018 Jefferson West High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Bevitt, daughter of Ronald and Cassandra, Meriden, Meriden, plans to major in art.
Kamren Holmes, a 2018 Jefferson West High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in education. Holmes, daughter of Brian and Janell Holmes, Meriden, plans to major in elementary education.
 
Minneapolis (67467): Felipe Contreras, a 2018 Minneapolis High School graduate, received a $2,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant. Contreras, son of Luis and Irma Contreras, Minneapolis, plans to major in elementary education.
Paige Robins, a 2017 Minneapolis High School graduate and a Cloud County Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Robins, daughter of Chris and Maria Robins, Minneapolis, plans to major in communication.
Dason Sweat, a 2018 Minneapolis High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Sweat, son of David Sweat and Mary Aikens, Minneapolis, plans to major in applied technology.
 
Minneola (67865): Taylor Dreiling, a 2018 Minneola High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in psychology. Dreiling, daughter of Tony and Angela Dreiling, Minneola, plans to major in psychology.
 
Moline (67353): Karsten Walker, a 2018 West Elk High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Walker, son of Steve and Roxane Walker, Moline, plans to major in agricultural business.
 
Montezuma (67867): Jennifer St. Clair, a 2012 Garden City High School graduate and a Dodge City Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. St. Clair, daughter of Dan St.Clair, Garden City, plans to major in nursing.
 
Moundridge (67107): Alyssa Vaughn, a 2018 Moundridge High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Vaughn, daughter of Kevin and Casie Wiens, Moundrige, plans to major in health and human performance.
Christian Walls, a 2018 Moundridge High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Walls, son of Trent and Krystina Walls, Moundridge, plans to major in elementary education.
 
Newton (67114): Sidney Chapple, a 2018 Halstead High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Chapple, daughter of Wesley and Amy Chapple, Newton, plans to major in animal science.
Owen Gartner, a 2018 Sedgwick High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Gartner is the son of Tom and Martha Gartner, Newton.
Mallory Schulte, a 2018 Bishop Carroll High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Schulte, daughter of Brian and Kelli Schulte, Newton, plans to major in graphic design.
Maximillian Willingham, a 2018 Newton High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in criminal justice. Willingham, son of Mark and Cristy Willingham, Newton, plans to major in criminal justice.
Nickerson (67561): Cordell Moser, a 2015 Nickerson High School graduate and a Hutchinson Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Moser, son of Loriena Nokes, Nickerson, plans to major in physics.
 
Norton (67654): Skylar Johnson, a 2016 Norton Community High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Johnson, son of Bill and Joy Johnson, Norton, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Koby McEwen, a 2017 Norton Community High School graduate and a University of Nebraska-Kearney transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. McEwen, son of Dustin and Sunshine McEwen, Norton, plans to major in finance.
Miah Melvin, a 2017 Norton Community High School graduate and a Kansas State University transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Melvin, daughter of Lucas and Angela Melvin, Norton, plans to major in political science.
Andrew Schmidt, a 2018 Norton Community High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award. Schmidt is the son of John and Stephanie Atkins, Norton.
 
Oakley (67748): Jace Engel, a 2018 Oakley High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Engel, son of Matt and Marti Engel, Oakley, plans to major in finance.
McKellen Rains, a 2018 Oakley High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Rains, son of Mike and Celeste Rains, Oakley, plans to major in agriculture.
Collin Sharpe, a 2016 Oakley High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Sharpe, son of Chad and Rebecca Sharpe, Oakley, plans to major in history education.
Mark Stoecker, a 2018 Oakley High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Stoecker, son of Gary and Mary Stoecker, Oakley, plans to major in economics.
 
Oberlin (67749): Kole Breth, a 2018 Decatur Community High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in technology studies. Breth, son of Tim and Brenda Breth, Oberlin, plans to major in applied technology.
 
Offerle (67563): Addison Roane, a 2018 Spearville High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in health and human performance. Roane, daughter of Darryl and Jill Roane, Offerle, plans a career in medicine.
 
Olathe (66062): Mackenzie Smith, a 2018 Olathe South High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Smith, daughter of Steve and Connie Smith, Olathe, plans to major in mathematics.
Parker White, a 2018 Olathe South High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. White, son of Bryan and Jenne White, Olathe, plans to major in education.
 
Olmitz (67564): Molly Schneider, a 2018 Otis-Bison High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Schneider, daughter of John and Stacy Schneider, Olmitz, plans to major in elementary education.
Onaga (66521): Nathan Rempe, a 2018 Centralia High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Rempe, son of Gary and Stacy Rempe, Onaga, plans to major in animal science.
 
Osborne (67473): Roxton Brown, a 2018 Osborne High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Brown, son of Nate and Shari Brown, Osborne, plans to major in agronomy.
 
Oskaloosa (66066): Zach Harvey, a 2018 Oskaloosa High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in history. Harvey, son of Sam and Carrie Harvey, Oskaloosa, plans to major in history.
Jerod Shufflebarger, a 2018 Oskaloosa High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Shufflebarger, son of Rod and Kim Shufflebarger, Oskaloosa, plans to major in animal science.
 
Ottawa (66067): Krystofer Johnson, a 2018 Ottawa High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Johnson, son of Darnell Johnson and Melanie Herken, Ottawa, plans to major in health and human performance.
Avery Welton, a 2018 Ottawa High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Welton, daughter of Rick and Amy Welton, Ottawa, plans to major in radiologic technology.
 
Overbrook (66524): Savannah Lankton, a 2018 Santa Fe Trail High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Lankton, daughter of Jason Lankton and Bari Kuhlmann, Overbrook, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Emily Linder, a 2018 Baldwin High School and Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Linder, daughter of Stephen and Laura Linder, Overbrook, plans to major in English.
 
Overland Park (66212): Brietta Wheeler, a 2018 Shawnee Mission South High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Wheeler, daughter of Heather Baldwin, Overland Park, plans to major in psychology.
Overland Park (66221): Benjamin Ewing, a 2018 Academia International School Basel graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in criminal justice. Ewing, son of Michael and Christie Ewing, Overland Park, plans to major in criminal justice.
 
Palco (67657): Desiree Desaire, a 2018 Palco High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Desaire, daughter of Stephen Desaire, Palco, and Rikki Desaire, plans to major in allied health.
McKenzy Jones, a 2018 Ellis High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Jones, daughter of Cory Jones and Valerie Dowis, Palco, plans to major in biology.
Cassidy Pywell, a 2018 Palco High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Pywell, daughter of Melanie Wendling, Palco, and Bentley Pywell, plans to major in animal science.
 
Paola (66071): Colton Wagner, a 2016 Paola High School graduate and a Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Wagner, son of Matthew and Marquette Wagner, Paola, plans to major in management.
Partridge (67566): Sabrina Nisly, a 2016 Haven High School graduate and a Hutchinson Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Nisly, daughter of Joe and Gwen Nisly, Partridge, plans to major in health and human performance.
 
Phillipsburg (67661): Gracie Dibble, a 2018 Phillipsburg High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Dibble, daughter of Jason Dibble and Kelley Neilson, Phillipsburg, plans to major in nursing.
Joshua Lenker, a 2018 Phillipsburg High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in physics. Lenker, son of Chad and Kristy Lenker, Phillipsburg, plans to major in physics.
Sierra Roth, a 2018 Phillipsburg High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Roth, daughter of Jerod and Amber Roth, Phillipsburg, plans to major in applied technology.
Kristina Sisson, a 2018 Phillipsburg High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award, a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award, and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Sisson, daughter of Ben and Belinda Sisson, Phillipsburg, plans to major in nursing.
 
Pittsburg (66762): Nathaniel Neef, a 2018 Pittsburg High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award. Neef, son of Charles and Kristi Neef, Pittsburg, plans to major in physics.
 
Plainville (67663): Jessie Gilmore, a 2018 Plainville High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in English. Gilmore, daughter of Mike and Diana Gilmore, Plainville, plans to major in English education.
Madisyn Green, a 2018 Plainville High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Green, daughter of Mark and Shelly Green, Plainville, plans to major in nursing.
Makenna Steed, a 2018 Plainville High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in psychology. Steed, daughter of June Brookhouser, Plainville, plans to major in psychology.
 
Prairie View (67664): Ryann Kats, a 2018 Logan High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Kats, daughter of Michael and Shannon Kats, Prairie View, plans to major in communication studies.
 
Prairie Village (66208): Julian Marin, a 2018 Shawnee Mission East High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Hispanic College Institute Scholarship. Marin, son of Steven and Lisa Marin, Prairie Village, plans to major in radiologic technology.
 
Pratt (67124): Breann Becker, a 2016 Pratt High School graduate and a Neosho County Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Becker, daughter of Tom and Mary Becker, Pratt, plans to major in biology.
Mason Brack, a 2017 Skyline High School graduate and a Pratt Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Brack is the daughter of Amber Chisham, Pratt.
Bailey DeClue, a 2016 Skyline High School graduate and a Pratt Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. DeClue, daughter of Kimberly Seidel, Pratt, and Kenny DeClue, Pratt, plans to major in biology.
Garrett Riggs, a 2016 Skyline High School graduate and a Pratt Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Riggs, son of Anissa Potter, Pratt, and Cameron Riggs, Pratt, plans to major in agricultural business.
 
Protection (67127): Taylor Bayne, a 2018 South Central High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Bayne, daughter of Randy and Allison Bayne, Protection, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
Kassadee Harris, a 2018 South Central High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Harris, daughter of Brian and Angela Harris, Protection, plans to major in nursing.
Micaela Jellison, a 2016 South Central High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Jellison, daughter of John and Patsy Jellison, Protection, plans to major in nursing.
 
Quinter (67752): Humberto Luna, a 2018 Quinter High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Luna, son of Jose and Maria Luna, Quinter, plans to major in graphic design.
 
Richfield (67953): Carson Milburn, a 2018 Rolla High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Milburn, son of Kent and Jamie Milburn, Richfield, plans to major in agriculture.
 
Rolla (67954): Sandra Ruelas-Aranda, a 2018 Rolla High School graduate, received a $2,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant, a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award and a $500 FHSU Hispanic College Institute McDonald's Scholarship. Ruelas-Aranda, daughter of Felipe and Sandra Ruelas, Rolla, plans to major in nursing.
 
Rose Hill (67133): Madison Chester, a 2018 Rose Hill High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in education. Chester, daughter of Justin and Amy Chester, Rose Hill, plans to major in elementary education.
Jillian Harper, a 2018 Douglass High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Harper, daughter of Deborah Chizek, Rose Hill, and Kevin Harper, Valley Center, plans to major in nursing.
Meagan Wacker, a 2018 Rose Hill High School graduate, received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in teacher education. Wacker, daughter of John Wacker, Rose Hill, plans to major in elementary education.
Tanner Williams, a 2018 Rose Hill High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Williams, son of Melanie Main, Rose Hill, plans to major in sports medicine.
 
Rush Center (67575): Caleb Karst, a 2018 Pawnee Heights High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Karst, son of Richard and Rhonda Karst, Rush Center, plans to major in agricultural business.
 
Russell (67665): Heather Bitter, a 1991 Russell High School graduate and an FHSU junior, received a $250 Kansas I-70 Association Tourism and Hospitality Scholarship. Bitter, Russell, plans to major in tourism and hospitality management.
Nathan Bitter, a 2018 Russell High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Bitter, son of Brent and Paula Bitter, Russell, plans to major in computer science.
Noah Gfeller, a 2016 Russell High School graduate and a Pittsburg State University transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Gfeller, son of Ron and Aimee Gfeller, Russell, plans to major in finance.
Micah Nuss, a 2018 Russell High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Nuss, son of Brandon and Katya Nuss, Russell, plans to major in applied technology.
Whitney Nuss, a 2018 Russell High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Nuss, daughter of Monte and Mary Nuss, Russell, plans to major in nursing.
 
Sabetha (66534): Sienna Werner, a 2016 Sabetha High School graduate and an Emporia State University transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Werner, daughter of Rick and Roxanne Werner, Sabetha, plans to major in graphic design.
 
Salina (67401): Sergio Alba-Garcia, a 2017 Salina Central High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Acaademic Opportunity Grant, a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Alba-Garcia, son of Julissa Garcia, Salina, plans to major in technology studies.
Emily Bogner, a 2018 Salina South High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Bogner, daughter of Val Morrow, Dighton, plans to major in social work.
Madilynn Bolen, a 2018 Salina Central High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in psychology. Bolen, daughter of Dan and Tessa Bolen, Salina, plans to major in psychology.
Avery Bradley, a 2018 Ell-Saline High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Bradley, son of Jamie and Darcy Bradley, Salina, plans to major in engineering.
Skyler Clark, a 2018 Ell-Saline High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Clark, daughter of Nellie Tingler, Salina, plans to major in biology.
Jill Coykendall, a 2018 Salina Central High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Coykendall, daughter of John Coykendall, Salina, and Susan Gaskill, plans to major in biology.
Sierra DeArvil, a 2017 Salina South High School graduate and a University of Kansas transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. DeArvil, daughter of Sheldon and Wendy DeArvil, Salina, plans to major in nursing.
Johana Delatorre, a 2018 Salina South High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant. Delatorre, daughter of Jose and Esperanza Delatorre, Salina, plans to major in nursing.
Alison Dose, a 2018 Salina South High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in psychology. Dose, daughter of Erin Dugger, Salina, and Jeff Dose, Salina, plans to major in psychology.
Abby Eklund, a 2018 Southeast of Saline High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Eklund, daughter of Amber Eklund, Salina, plans to major in biology.
Gillian Falcon, a 2018 Salina South High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Falcon, daughter of Tom Audley and Julie Falcon, Salina, plans to major in communication sciences and disorders.
Jose Flores, a 2016 Salina South High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Flores, son of Missy Flores, Salina, plans to major in psychology.
Monica Garcia, a 2018 Salina South High School graduate, received a $500 FHSU Hispanic College Institute McDonald's Scholarship. Garcia is the daughter of Elva Espinoza, Salina.
Desiree Garman, a 2018 Ell-Saline High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in education. Garman, daughter of Shawn and Joan Garman, Salina, plans to major in early childhood education.
Brooke Grummert, a 2018 Salina South High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Grummert, daughter of Jeremy and Angela Grummert, Salina, plans to major in education.
Anne Hayes, a 2018 Salina Central High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Hayes, daughter of Jeff and Cathy Hayes, Salina, plans to major in graphic design.
Marissa Hernandez-Mitchell, a 2018 Salina South High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Hernandez-Mitchell is the daughter of Sonya Hernandez, Salina.
MaLea Hill, a 2018 Salina South High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Hill, daughter of James and Kamisha Hill, Salina, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
Lexi Kochanowski, a 2018 Ell-Saline High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in social work. Kochanowski, daughter of Sean and Lori Kochanowski, Salina, plans to major in social work.
Parker Miller, a 2018 Southeast of Saline High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in health and human performance. Miller, son of Darrin and Bonnie Miller, Salina, plans to major in athletic training.
Ana Ortega-Castruita, a 2018 Salina South High School graduate, received a $500 McDonald's Hispanic College Institute Scholarship. Ortega-Castruita, daughter of Jose Ortega, Salina, plans to major in social work.
Shaylin Ptacek, a 2018 Southeast of Saline High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Ptacek, daughter of Mikki Carney, Salina, plans to major in accounting.
Kasey Renshaw, a 2017 Salina South High School graduate and a Kansas State University transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Renshaw, daughter of Chuck and Pam Renshaw, Salina, plans to major in elementary education.
Couper Shutts, a 2018 Anchor Academy graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business and entrepreneurship. Shutts, son of Darin and Gina Lee, Salina, and Darrell Shutts, Salina, plans to major in business.
Isaac Smith, a 2018 Southeast of Saline High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in business and entrepreneurship. Smith, son of Brian and Amy Smith, Salina, plans to major in business.
Kathryn Stoeber, a 2018 Salina South High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in social work. Stoeber, daughter of Mike and Kim Stoeber, Salina, plans to major in social work.
Khendal Wimberly, a 2017 Southeast of Saline High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in art and design. Wimberly, daughter of Erin Shaft, Salina, plans to major in art.
Jaime Zajac, a 2018 Salina South High School graduate, received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award. Zajac is the daughter of Richard and Angela Zajac, Salina.
Sarah Zajac, a 2016 Salina South High School graduate and a Kansas State University transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Zajac, daughter of Richard and Angela Zajac, Salina, plans to major in chemistry.
Satanta (67870): Andrea Wagner, a 2016 Satanta High School graduate and a Seward County Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Wagner, daughter of Kevin and Maureen Wagner, Satanta, plans to major in agricultural business.
 
Schoenchen (67667): Gabriela Taliaferro, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in chemistry. Taliaferro, daughter of Brian and Angela Taliaferro, Schoenchen, plans to major in chemistry.
 
Scott City (67871): Brenda Aguirre, a 2018 Scott Community High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant, a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Aguirre daughter of Aldo Aguirre and Felipa Apodaca, Scott City, plans to major in nursing.
Sahil Anil, a 2018 Scott Community High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Anil, son of Anil Thankappan and Preeti Anil, Scott City, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Danean Metheney, a 2016 Scott Community High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Metheney, daughter of Richard and Tina Metheney, Scott City, plans to major in animal science.
Kaitlyn Roberts, a 2018 Scott Community High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Roberts, daughter of Ryan and Shawn Roberts, Scott City, plans to major in biology.
Adrian Ruelas, a 2018 Scott Community High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Ruelas, son of Eloy and Irma Ruelas, Scott City, plans to major in biology.
 
Sharon Springs (67758): Sydni Allen, a 2018 Wallace County High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Allen, daughter of Chad and Kenli Allen, Sharon Springs, plans to major in nursing.
 
Shawnee (66218): Hope Sulzman, a 2018 Mill Valley High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Sulzman, daughter of Michael and Sara Sulzman, Shawnee, plans to major in foreign language.
Shawnee (66226): Parker Kelley, a 2018 St. James Academy graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in teacher education. Kelley, son of Mike and Julie Kelley, Shawnee, plans to major in elementary education.
Stephen Tujague, a 2016 St. James Academy graduate, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Tujague, son of Jerry and Lucy Tujague, Shawnee Mission, plans to major in economics.
 
Silver Lake (66539): Mason Jones, a 2018 Silver Lake High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Jones, son of Megan Young, Silver Lake, and John Jones, Silver Lake, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
 
Smith Center (66967): Shane Hrabe, a 2018 Smith Center High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Hrabe, son of Brandon and Chirlaine Hrabe, Smith Center, plans to major in business management.
Colton Hutchinson, a 2018 Smith Center High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Hutchinson, son of Brock and Julie Hutchinson, Smith Center, plans to major in health and human performance.
Dalton Kuhn, a 2018 Smith Center High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Kuhn, son of Scott Kuhn, Smith Center, and Elizabeth Dooley, Hill City, plans to major in business management.
Dalton Oliver, a 2017 Smith Center High School graduate and a Cloud County Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Oliver, son of Lee and Traci Oliver, Smith Center, plans to major in biology.
Kacie Timmons, a 2018 Smith Center High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Timmons, daughter of Glenn and Pam Timmons, Smith Center, plans to major in agricultural business.
Smolan (67456): Jordan Otto, a 2018 Smoky Valley High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in leadership studies. Otto, daughter of Amanda Otto, Smolan, plans to major in organizational leadership.
 
Soldier (66540): Shelby Zule, a 2018 Jackson Heights High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Zule, daughter of Tracy and Tiffany Zule, Soldier, plans to major in nursing.
 
Solomon (67480): Jacob Harmon, a 2018 Solomon High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Harmon is the son of Kristina Harmon, Solomon.
 
South Hutchinson (67505): Mikaela Mayes, a 2018 Nickerson High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Mayes, daughter of Sofia O'Neal, South Hutchinson, and Ross Mayes, Hutchinson, plans to major in nursing.
 
Spearville (67876): Nathan Heeke, a 2018 Spearville High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Heeke is the son of Rick and Jill Heeke, Spearville.
Whitney Miller, a 2015 Spearville High School graduate and an FHSU senior, received a $300 Applied Business Studies Scholarship. Miller, daughter of Ken and Billie Miller, Spearville, plans to major in tourism and hospitality management.
 
Spring Hill (66083): Madison Miller, a 2016 Spring Hill High School graduate and a Neosho County Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Miller is the daughter of Jeff and Nancy Miller, Spring Hill.
Spencer Updike, a 2018 Spring Hill High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Updike, son of Doug and Julie Updike, Spring Hill, plans to major in animal science.
 
St. Francis (67756): Hanna Bracelin, a 2018 St. Francis Community High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Bracelin, daughter of Chris and Jill Bracelin, St. Francis, plans to major in nursing.
Trayton Doyle, a 2018 St. Francis High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Doyle, son of Kristopher and Kelly Doyle, St. Francis, plans to major in biology.
Janeth Perez-Medina, a 2018 St. Francis Community High School graduate, received a $500 FHSU Hispanic College Institute McDonald's Scholarship. Perez-Medina, daughter of Elda Perez-Medina, St. Francis, plans to major in social work.
Dalton Straub, a 2018 St. Francis Community High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Straub, son of Sean and Lucinda Straub, St. Francis, plans to major in agricultural business.
 
St. George (66535): William Dulohery, a 2018 Rock Creek High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Dulohery, son of Martin and Heidi Dulohery, St. George, plans to major in applied technology.
Franklin Gent, a 2018 Rock Creek High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art and design. Gent, son of Frank Gent, St. George, plans to major in graphic design.
 
St. John (67576): Diana Dove-Long, a 2018 St. John High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Dove-Long, daughter of Raymond and Melissa Long, St. John, plans to major in nursing.
Tara Nelson, a 2018 St. John High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Nelson, daughter of Carl and Lorelei Nelson, St. John, plans to major in agriculture.
Caleb Rudy, a 2013 St. John High School graduate and a Barton Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Rudy, son of Aaron Rudy, St. John, and Kristie Drake, Palmer, Texas, plans to major in social work.
 
Sterling (67579): Codi Custer, a 2018 Sterling High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art and design. Custer, daughter of Kim Geiger, Sterling, and Lane Custer, Natoma, plans to major in graphic design.
Allison Schweizer, a 2016 Nickerson High School graduate and a Hutchinson Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Schweizer, daughter of Dan and Cindy Schweizer, Sterling, plans to major in business.
 
Stilwell (66085): Phillip Loveland, a 2018 Blue Valley High School graduate, received a National Merit Scholarship, which includes full tuition, residence hall and meal plan and an $800 book scholarship. Loveland, son of Doug and Amy Loveland, Overland Park, plans to major in computer science.
Kimberly Stone, a 2018 Stanford University Online High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in political science. Stone, daughter of Chris and Kaitlyn Stone, Stilwell, plans to major in political science.
 
Stockton (67669): Hannah Batty, a 2018 Stockton High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Batty, daughter of Eli and Tabitha Snyder, Stockton, plans to major in nursing.
Haven Hamilton, a 2018 Stockton High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in psychology. Hamilton, daughter of Bart and Donna Hamilton, Stockton, plans to major in school psychology.
Shayanne Wente, a 2018 Stockton High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Wente, daughter of Brianne Rush, Stockton, and Shane Wente, Hoxie, plans to major in finance.
Sublette (67877): Jalane Giesick, a 2017 Sublette High School graduate and a Tabor College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Giesick, daughter of Craig and Beth Giesick, Sublette, plans to major in business.
 
Syracuse (67878): Macey DeWeese, a 2018 Syracuse High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. DeWeese, daughter of Thad and Shelly DeWeese, Syracuse, plans to major in biology.
 
Tescott (67484): Kaitlynn King, a 2016 Tescott High School graduate and a Neosho County Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. King, daughter of Lori King, Tescott, and Terry King, Tescott, plans to major in communication sciences and disorders.
Matthew Luder, a 2016 Tescott High School graduate and a Pratt Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Luder, son of John and Karen Luder, Tescott, plans to major in biology.
 
Topeka (66605): Airica Liberty, a 2018 Shawnee Heights High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Liberty, daughter of Guy and Cheryl Liberty, Topeka, plans to major in elementary education.
Topeka (66606): Jada Gardner, a 2018 Topeka High School and Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science graduate, received a $4,000 KAMS Scholarship, a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Gardner, daughter of Dave and Gloria Horn, Topeka, plans to major in accounting.
Topeka (66607): Dulce Ximena Valenzuela, a 2018 Topeka High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant. Valenzuela, daughter of Jose Luis Valenzuela and Ivonne Recio, Topeka, plans to major in biology.
Topeka (66608): Guillermo Gutierrez, a 2018 Topeka High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Hispanic College Institute Scholarship. Gutierrez, son of Moises Gutierrez, Topeka, plans to major in health and human performance.
Topeka (66610): Tyler Cummings, a 2018 Washburn Rural High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in history. Cummings, son of Scott and Kristen Cummings, Topeka, plans to major in history.
Topeka (66612): Perla Medina, a 2018 Topeka High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant. Medina is the daughter of Rufino Medina and Teresa Acosta, Topeka.
Topeka (66614): Ashton Dreher, a 2018 Washburn Rural High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Dreher, son of Brian and Angela Dreher, Topeka, plans to major in accounting.
Hannah Fritz, a 2018 Washburn Rural High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Fritz, daughter of Brian and Laurie Fritz, Topeka, plans to major in business.
Cassidy Kraus, a 2018 Topeka West High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in education. Kraus, daughter of Roger and Lisa Kraus, Topeka, plans to major in elementary education.
Grant Nichol, a 2018 Topeka High School and Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Nichol, son of Eric and Shannon Nichol, Topeka, plans to major in computer science.
Riley Sanford, a 2018 Washburn Rural High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in geosciences. Sanford, daughter of Ken and Gina Sanford, Topeka, plans to major in biology.
Matthew Wolfe, a 2018 Washburn Rural High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Wolfe, son of Roger and Mary Wolfe, Topeka, plans to major in accounting.
Topeka (66617): Rylee Ray, a 2018 Seaman High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award. Ray is the daughter of Jon and Julie Ray, Topeka.
Topeka (66618): Gabrielle Moore, a 2018 Hayden Catholic High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Moore, daughter of Eric and Bridgette Moore, Topeka, plans to major in chemistry.
 
Towanda (67144): Tara Varner, a 2016 Circle High School graduate and a Butler Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Varner, daughter of Calvin and Carla Varner, Towanda, plans to major in agricultural business.
 
Tribune (67879): Levi Bjorklund, a 2018 Greeley County High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Bjorklund, son of Jon and Ashley Bjorklund, Tribune, plans to major in agricultural business.
 
Ulysses (67880): Jantz Becker, a 2018 Ulysses High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in informatics. Becker, son of Jon and Misti Becker, Ulysses, plans to major in informatics.
Bryan Garcia, a 2018 Ulysses High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity award in physics. Garcia, son of Cesar and Manuela Garcia, Ulysses, plans to major in physics.
RayLynn Wartman, a 2018 Ulysses High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Wartman, daughter of Greg and Amy Wartman, Ulysses, plans to major in nursing.
 
Valley Center (67147): Tyler Boone, a 2018 Valley Center High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in health and human performance. Boone, son of Don and Andrea Boone, Valley Center, plans to major in health and human performance
Nicholas Redfield, a 2018 Campus High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Redfield, son of Kim Wells, Valley Center, and Bosco Redfield, Valley Center, plans to major in elementary education.
Loryn Smith, a 2017 Valley Center High School graduate and a Wichita State University transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Smith, daughter of David and Michelle Smith, Valley Center, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
Sailor Sulier, a 2018 Valley Center High School graduate, received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art. Sulier, daughter of Geri Doll, Valley Center, plans to major in art.
Graci Thompson, a 2018 Valley Center High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in education. Thompson, daughter of Jeff and Kelly Thompson, Valley Center, plans to major in elementary education.
 
Valley Falls (66088): Mallory Jepson, a 2018 Valley Falls High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Jepson, daughter of Mark and Nina Jepson, Valley Falls, plans to major in elementary education.
Victoria (67671): Julia Nowak, a 2017 Victoria High School graduate and a Pittsburg State University transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Nowak, daughter of P.J. and Kim and Nowak, Victoria, plans to major in nursing.
 
Viola (67149): Trent Pauly, a 2016 Garden Plain High School graduate and a Hutchinson Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award and a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Pauly, son of Kevin and Susanne Pauly, Viola, plans to major in agronomy.
 
WaKeeney (67672): Ruchi Bhakta, a 2018 Trego Community High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Bhakta, daughter of Kirit and Urvashi Bhakta, WaKeeney, plans to major in physics.
Jacob Schneider, a 2018 Trego Community High School and Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science graduate, received a $4,000 KAMS Scholarship and a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Schneider, son of Rebecca Hillman, WaKeeney, and Rick Schneider, Mission, plans to major in informatics.
 
Wamego (66547): Haley Aufdemberge, a 2018 Wamego High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in health and human performance. Aufdemberge, daughter of Gary and Karen Aufdemberge, Wamego, plans to major in health and human performance.
Malica Himes, a 2001 Alexandria, Ala., High School graduate and an FHSU junior, received a $1,500 Peter Werth Endowed Science, Technology and Mathematics Scholarship. Himes, who lives in Wamego with her husband, Andrew Charles Himes, is majoring in agricultural business. She is the daughter of Marsha Campbell, Alexandria, Ala.
Ashley Novack, a 2018 Wamego High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Novack, daughter of Nick and Kelly Novack, Wamego, plans to major in biology.
 
Washington (66968): Laramie Moyer, a 2018 Washington County High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in political science. Moyer, daughter of Ronnie and Becky Moyer, Washington, plans to major in political science.
 
Wellsville (66092): Makaylan Katzer, a 2018 Wellsville High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in music and theatre. Katzer, daughter of Sarah Katzer, Wellsville, plans to major in music education.
Bryson Owings, a 2018 Wellsville High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Owings, son of Jayson and Kari Owings, Wellsville, plans to major in secondary education.
 
Wichita (67203): Haylee Strum, a 2018 Wichita West High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Strum, daughter of Billy and Shannon Strum, Wichita, plans to major in elementary education.
Wichita (67204): Jose Hernandez Jr., a 2018 Wichita East High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in biology. Hernandez, son of Jose Hernandez and Veronica Plascensia, Wichita, plans to major in biology.
Wichita (67205): Karsyn Buzard, a 2018 Maize High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Buzard, daughter of Brian and Jayme Buzard, Wichita, plans to major in exercise science.
Brandon Carp, a 2018 Maize High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Carp, son of Bill and Joy Carp, Wichita, plans to major in agricultural business.
Garrett Frey, a 2018 Maize High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Frey, son of Michael and Sarah Frey, Wichita, plans to major in chemistry.
Samuel Garrison, a 2018 Bishop Carroll High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in geosciences. Garrison, son of Bret and Judy Garrison, Wichita, plans to major in geology.
Courtney Gaughan, a 2018 Maize South High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Gaughan, daughter of Angela Gaughan, Wichita, plans to major in chemistry.
Allison Jurgensen, a 2016 Maize High School graduate and a Butler County Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Jurgensen, daughter of Larry and Jeri Jurgensen, Wichita, plans to major in elementary education.
Brett Loving, a 2018 Maize High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Loving, son of Dan and Maria Loving, Wichita, plans to major in business management.
Wichita (67206): Crawford Anderson, a 2018 Wichita Southeast High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in criminal justice. Anderson, son of Charles and Regina Anderson, Wichita, plans to major in criminal justice.
Wichita (67209): Amber Coleman, a 2018 Wichita Northwest High School graduate, received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Coleman, daughter of Erica Miner, Wichita, plans to major in business.
Kevin Folsom, a 2016 Wichita Northwest High School graduate and a Friends University transfer student, received a $2,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant and a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Folsom, son of Debra Folsom, Wichita, plans to major in health and human performance.
Morgan Jilka, a 2018 Goddard High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Jilka, daughter of Ryan and Kerrie Jilka, Wichita, plans to major in management.
Madison May, a 2017 Goddard High School graduate and a Butler County Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. May, daughter of Brett and Sue May, Wichita, plans to major in communication.
Nolan Sell, a 2018 Garden Plain High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Sell is the son of Cory and Lori Sell, Wichita.
Trevon Tatum, a 2018 Goddard High School graduate, received a National Merit Scholarship: full on-campus tuition, room and board, meal plan and an $800 book scholarship. Tatum, son of Tony and Bridget Tatum, Wichita, plans to major in computer science.
Wichita (67210): Nhuy Le, a 2018 Wichita East High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Le, daughter of Phuoc Le and Chiaw-Weai Loo, Wichita, plans to major in computer science.
Wichita (67212): Carly Anderson, a 2018 Bishop Carroll High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Anderson, daughter of Mike and Lynn Anderson, Wichita, plans to major in nursing.
Alec Bevis, a 2018 Bishop Carroll High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in chemistry. Bevis, son of Stuart and Tonya Bevis, Wichita, plans to major in chemistry.
Marcello Esposti, a 2016 Maples American High School graduate and a Pratt Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Esposti, son of Eugenio and Laena Esposti, plans to major in health and human performance.
Karen Galindo, a 2018 Wichita Northwest High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant, a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in leadership studies. Galindo, daughter of Carlos and Loudres Galindo, Wichita, plans to major in organizational leadership.
Paige Hambelton, a 2018 Wichita Northwest High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in art and design. Hambelton, daughter of Carrie Neises, Wichita, plans to major in art education.
Cierra Hill, a 2018 Wichita Southeast High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award, a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award, and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Hill, daughter of Ron Hill and Cheryl Moore, Wichita, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
Tajuwah McCain-West, a 2018 Wichita Northwest High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in psychology. McCain-West, son of Tony McCain and Reticia West, Wichita, plans to major in psychology.
Tessa Simon, a 2018 Bishop Carroll High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art and design. Simon, daughter of Mark and LeAnn Simon, Wichita, plans to major in art.
Brendan Snell, a 2018 Bishop Carroll High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Snell is the son of Gerald and Vickie Snell, Wichita.
Wichita (67213): Vanessa Edris, a 2015 Wichita West High School graduate and a Cowley County Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Edris, daughter of Janell Van Dever, Wichita, plans to major in tourism and hospitality management.
Wichita (67215): Hannah Bosley, a 2018 Bishop Carroll High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Bosley, daughter of Randy and Lisa Bosley, Wichita, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
Wichita (67217): Lyndsey Buckley, a 2018 Campus High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Buckley, daughter of Jason and Jennifer Buckley, Wichita, plans to major in management.
Avery Lanning, a 2018 Northeast Magnet High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Lanning, son of Jeff and Lacie Lanning, Wichita, plans to major in computer science.
Amber Neighbors, a 2018 Wichita South High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in social work. Neighbors, daughter of Breta Neighbors, Wichita, plans to major in social work.
Kelsie Whitcomb, a 2016 Campus High School graduate and a Cowley County Community College transfer student, received a $4,500 Phi Theta Kappa All-Kansas Academic Team Scholarship. Whitcomb, daughter of Chris Whitcomb and Debra Hamm, Wichita, plans to major in mathematics.
Wichita (67219): Alyssa Smallwood, a 2018 Wichita South High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Smallwood, daughter of Michael and Sheilah Smallwood, Wichita, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Wichita (67220): Breanna Erickson, a 2018 Wichita Heights High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Erickson, daughter of Melanie Healey, Wichita, plans to major in music.
Wichita (67226): Benjamin Spicer, a 2018 Kapaun Mount Carmel High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Spicer, son of Brad and Lisa Spicer, Wichita, plans to major in chemistry.
Wichita (67228): Kale Rishel, a 2018 Andover High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in health and human performance. Rishel, son of Wade and Vicki Rishel, Wichita, plans to major in sport and exercise therapy.
Wichita (67230): Lea Coccetella, a 2018 Independent School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in biological sciences. Coccetella, daughter of Dora Coccetella, Wichita, plans to major in biology.
Isabelle Reynolds, a 2018 Andover High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Reynolds, daughter of Michael and Christie Reynolds, Wichita, plans to major in nursing.
Wichita (67235): Christopher Davis, a 2018 Bishop Carroll High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in physics. Davis, son of Robert and Dianne Davis, Wichita, plans to major in physics.
Blake Sullivan, a 2018 Goddard High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Sullivan, son of Rick and Suzanne Sullivan, Wichita, plans to major in business.
 
Wilson (67490): Lilly Duncan, a 2018 Hays High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in history. Duncan, daughter of Angela Masden, Wilson, plans to major in history.
 
Winona (67764): Kaitlyn Hillery, a 2018 Triplains High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in chemistry. Hillery, daughter of Lee and Michelle Hillery, Winona, plans to major in chemistry.
 
Zurich (67663): Alex McLaughlin, a 2016 Palco High School graduate and a Colby Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. McLaughlin, son of Chad and Aimee McLaughlin, Zurich, plans to major in computer science.
 

 

STUDENTS FROM OTHER STATES

ARIZONA
Lake Havasu City (86406): Kylee Twyman, a 2016 Lake Havasu High School graduate and a Cowley County Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Twyman, daughter of Richard Twyman, Lake Havasu City, plans to major in biology.

Sierra Vista (85650): Sara Zilligen, a 2018 Buena High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Arizona Award. Zilligen, daughter of Jim Pittenger and Ramona Zilligen, Sierra Vista, plans to major in athletic training.

CALIFORNIA
Clovis (93619): Stacy Bragaw, a 2001 Abilene High School graduate and an FHSU senior, received a $300 Business Education Scholarship. Bragaw, Clovis, plans to major in business education (corporate communication).
Corona (92881): Karli Potts, a 2018 Santiago High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Potts, daughter of Mindy Potts, Corona, plans to major in biology.
Huntington Beach (92647): Jenna Prince, a 2018 Huntington Beach High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Prince, daughter of Rodney and Theresa Prince, Huntington Beach, plans to major in nursing.
Moorpark (93021): Elizabeth Secrest, a 2018 Moorpark High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in geosciences. Secrest, daughter of Robert and Deborah Secrest, Moorpark, plans to major in geology.
 
COLORADO
Agate (80101): Kristin McKnight, a 2018 Kiowa High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. McKnight, daughter of Richard and Beth McKnight, Agate, plans to major in agricultural business.
Arvada (80003): Savannah O'Reilly, a 2018 Arvada West High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in criminal justice. O'Reilly, daughter of Lindsay O'Reilly, Arvada, plans to major in criminal justice.
Arvada (80005): Hannah Seaman, a 2018 Holy Family High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Seaman, daughter of Tim and JoAnn Seaman, Arvada, plans to major in nursing.
Aurora (80011): Alan Ortiz-Lopez, a 2018 Smoky Hill High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award. Ortiz-Lopez is the son of Homero Lopez and Arela Ortiz, Aurora.
Aurora (80013): Ann Bechle, a 2018 Smoky Hill High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Bechle, daughter of Jimmie Bechle and Cathy Hittner, Aurora, plans to major in history.
Brighton (80602): Nicole Gonzales, a 2018 Broomfield High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Gonzales, daughter of Carlos and Jolene Gonzales, Thornton, plans to major in chemistry.
Castle Rock (80104): Rylee Taylor, a 2018 Douglas County High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Taylor, daughter of Dean and Denise Taylor, Castle Rock, plans to major in nursing.
Cheyenne Wells (80810): Vladyslav Kovalenko, a 2015 Cheyenne Wells High School graduate and a Pueblo Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Kovalenko, son of Mike Miller and Svetlana Kovalenko, Cheyenne Wells, plans to major in computer science.
Leah Osborn, a 2016 Cheyenne Wells High School graduate and a Northeastern Junior College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Osborn, daughter of Randy and Connie Osborn, Cheyenne Wells, plans to major in athletic training.
Beau Roth, a 2018 Cheyenne Wells High School graduate, received a $2,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant, a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in education. Roth, son of Craig and Julie Roth, Cheyenne Wells, plans to major in elementary education.
Noah Scheimer, a 2018 Cheyenne Wells High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Scheimer, son of Scott and Stephanie Scheimer, Cheyenne Wells, plans to major in agricultural business.
Rhiley Unruh, a 2018 Cheyenne Wells High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in criminal justice. Unruh, daughter of Brady Lyn and Dana Jo Unruh, Cheyenne Wells, plans to major in criminal justice.
Colorado Springs (80906): Jeremy Allgood, a 2018 Cheyenne Mountain High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Allgood, son of Patrick and Jennifer Allgood, Colorado Springs, plans to major in health and human performance.
Caitlyn Mlodzik, a 2018 Vanguard School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in English. Mlodzik, daughter of Steve and Catherine Mlodzik, Colorado Springs, plans to major in English.
Colorado Springs (80920): Jaden Boles, a 2018 Discovery Canyon Campus graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Boles, son of Justin and Amy Boles, Colorado Springs, plans to major in business.
Colorado Springs (80921): Reagan Flaherty, a 2018 Discovery Canyon Campus graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Flaherty, daughter of Sean and Alison Flaherty, Colorado Springs, plans to major in nursing.
Kinsey Pedersen, a 2018 Discovery Canyon Campus graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in biological sciences. Pedersen, daughter of Evan and Dawn Pedersen, Colorado Springs, plans to major in biology.
Colorado Springs (80923): Nicholas Gossage, a 2018 Liberty High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in history. Gossage, son of Erick and Rebecca Gossage, Colorado Springs, plans to major in history.
Colorado Springs (80930): Sarah Maher, a 2018 Ellicott High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Maher, daughter of Olga Maher, Colorado Springs, plans a career in forensic science.
Craig (81625): Josie Timmer, a 2018 Moffat County High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Timmer, daughter of Jake and Stacy Timmer, Craig, plans to major in agricultural business.
Denver (80205): Ashley Armstead, a 2018 George Washington High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in criminal justice. Armstead, daughter of Temicha Jones, Denver, plans to major in criminal justice.
Denver (80207): Hayden Schramm, a 2018 Denver East High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Schramm, son of Dawn Shields, Denver, plans to major in applied technology.
Denver (80219): Grecia Ruano-Corona, a 2017 W.C. Hinkley High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant. Ruano Corona, daughter of Jesus Meneses and Patricia Corona Rueza, Denver, plans to major in political science.
Denver (80229): Rosa Mendoza, a 2018 Adams City High School graduate, received a $500 FHSU Hispanic College Institute McDonald's Scholarship. Mendoza, daughter of Mariana Villalpand, Denver, plans to major in agriculture.
Denver (80236): Christian Wentz, a 2018 Littleton High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Wentz, son of Mickey and Nancy Wentz, Denver, plans to major in nursing.
Eads (81036): Mariah Smith, a 2018 Eads High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Smith, daughter of Glenn and Tracy Smith, Eads, plans to major in nursing.
Eaton (80615): Patrick Alm, a 2016 Northridge High school graduate and a Northeastern Junior College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Alm, son of Wayne and Julie Alm, Eaton, plans to major in agronomy.
Englewood (80112): Connor Rountree, a 2018 Cherry Creek High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Rountree, son of Irina Rountree, Englewood, plans to major in business.
Erie (80516): Haley Frederking, a 2018 Peak to Peak Charter School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Frederking, daughter of Brad and Deborah Frederking, Erie, plans to major in business.
 
Firestone (80504): Keena Ball, a 2018 Mead High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Ball, daughter of Stacey and Heather Ball, Firestone, plans to major in English.
Elise Capra, a 2018 Erie High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Capra, daughter of Erin Capra, Firestone, plans to major in biology.
Flagler (80815): Taylor Roemer, a 2018 Hi-Plains High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in psychology. Roemer, daughter of Chris and Sheila Roemer, Healy, plans to major in psychology.
Fleming (80728): Kobryn Mann, a 2018 Fleming High School graduate, received a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Mann, son of Keith and Claudia Mann, Fleming, plans to major in animal science.
Fort Collins (80524): Hannah Cross, a 2018 Colorado Early Colleges graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award, a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in education. Cross, daughter of Jill Cross, Fort Collins, plans to major in elementary education.
Fort Collins (80525): Makenzie Myers, a 2018 Colorado Early Colleges Fort Collins High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Myers, daughter of Nick and Lisa Myers, Fort Collins, plans to major in agriculture.
Sydni VanCleave, a 2017 Colorado Early Colleges graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award. VanCleave is the daughter of Jason VanCleave and Stacie Johnston, Fort Collins.
Highlands Ranch (80130): Christian Hatch, a 2018 Highlands Ranch High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Hatch, son of Matt and Jenny Hatch, Highlands Ranch, plans to major in music.
Connor Smith, a 2018 Rock Canyon High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Smith, son of Jim Fisk and Crystal Smith, Highlands Ranch, plans to major in business communication.
Holyoke (80734): Taylor Hendrix, a 2018 Holyoke High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Hendrix, daughter of Loren and Patty Hendrix, Holyoke, plans to major in agricultural business.
Josilyn Lutze, a 2016 Holyoke High School graduate and a Colby Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Lutze, daughter of Mark and Mendi Lutze, Holyoke, plans to major in agriculture.
Johnstown (80534): Kahrena Thompson, a 2018 Thompson Valley High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in biological sciences. Thompson, daughter of Lee and Kris Thompson, Johnstown, plans to major in biology. 
Kiowa (80117): Dain Grimes, a 2018 Kiowa High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in informatics. Grimes, son of Louis and Shawna Grimes, Kiowa, plans to major in informatics.
Tyler Webb, a 2018 Kiowa High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in informatics. Webb, son of William and Mindy Webb, Kiowa, plans to major in information networking and telecommunications.
Lamar (81052): Abrianna Salazar, a 2018 Lamar High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Salazar, daughter of Linda Morales, Lamar, plans to major in business.
William Wootten, a 2018 Lamar High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Wootten, son of William Wootten, Lamar, and Shay Ojeda Puente, Lamar, plans to major in business.
Limon (80828): Stephanie Riegel, a 2016 Colorado Connections Academy graduate and an Allen County Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Riegel, daughter of Raejean Palko, Limon, and Gary Riegel, Hesperus, plans to major in agriculture.
Littleton (80124): Makenna Allen, a 2018 Rock Canyon High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in informatics. Allen, daughter of Mike and Ellen Allen, Littleton, plans to major in informatics.
Loveland (80537): Megan Danielson, a 2018 Thompson Valley High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in social work. Danielson, daughter of Carl and Kim Danielson, Loveland, plans to major in social work.
Kaelyn Giefer, a 2018 Thompson Valley High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in communication studies. Giefer, daughter of Chuck and Jill Giefer, Loveland, plans to major in communication.
Monument (80132): Joshua Boles, a 2018 Palmer Ridge High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Boles, son of Dave and Samira Boles, Monument, plans to major in sports management.
Matt Lambert, a 2018 Palmer Ridge High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Lambert, son of Steve and Linda Lambert, Monument, plans to major in construction management.
Otis (80743): Nolan Krause, a 2018 Lone Star High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Krause, son of Terry and Lisa Krause, Otis, plans to major in agriculture.
Parker (80134): Katie Evans, a 2018 Chaparral High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Evans, daughter of Jason and Lisa Evans, Parker, plans to major in agricultural business.
Peyton (80831): Shian Hanks, a 2018 Peyton High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Hanks, daughter of Bart and Lynne Hanks, Peyton, plans to major in health and human performance.
Chenoa Scippio, a 2018 Harrison High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in education. Scippio, daughter of Stephen and Melissa Scippio, Colorado Springs, plans to major in education.
Pueblo (81006): Adrian Soto, a 2018 Pueblo County High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Soto, son of Aaron and LaRita Soto, Pueblo, plans to major in applied technology.
Ramah (80832): Michael Rode, a 2018 Simla High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Rode, son of Perry Rode, Ramah, plans to major in biology.
Thornton (80241): Joana Olsen, a 2018 Mountain Range High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Olsen, daughter of Michael and Ana Olsen, Thornton, plans to major in nursing.
Thornton (80602): Harrison Reed, a 2018 Legacy High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Reed, son of Randall and Rebecca Reed, Thornton, plans to major in computer science.
Toponas (80479): Mattie Rossi, a 2018 Soroco High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Rossi, daughter of Mitch and Janet Rossi, Toponas, plans to major in agricultural business.
 
Windsor (80550): Jaedyn Traut, a 2018 Windsor High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in communication studies. Traut, son of Terah Traut, Windsor, plans to major in communications.
Katrina Zrubek, a 2018 Ridgeview Classical Schools graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Zrubek, daughter of Michael and Katherine Zrubek, Windsor, plans to major in foreign languages.
Woodland Park (80863): Hannah Bealby, a 2018 Woodland Park High School graduate, received a $1,500 FHSU Achievement Award, a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in social work. Bealby, daughter of Brad and Linda Bealby, Woodland Park, plans to major in social work.
Wray (80758): Alexa Tena, a 2018 Wray High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant. Tena, daughter of Roberto and Silvia Tena, Wray, plans to major in nursing.
 
ILLINOIS
Bloomington (61701): Ethan Stroyan, a 2018 Normal Community West High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Stroyan, son of Eric and Darla Stroyan, Bloomington, plans to major in applied technology.
Palos Hills (60465): Maja Persa, a 2018 Amos Alonzo Stagg High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Persa, daughter of Paul and Nada Persa, Palos Hills, plans to major in psychology.
Worden (62097): Ryan St. Peters, a 2018 Edwardsville High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. St. Peters, son of Cynthia Behme, Worden, and Daniel St. Peters, Alton, plans to major in agriculture.
 
MAINE
Bowdoin (04287): Hannah Wilson, a 2018 Mount Ararat High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in justice studies. Wilson, daughter of Kathleen Edgar, Bowdoin, plans to major in criminal justice.
 
MICHIGAN
Kalamazoo (49008): Nicole Robinson, a 2013 ThunderRidge High School, Colorado, graduate and an FHSU junior, received a $300 Business Education Scholarship. Robinson, Kalamazoo, plans to major in business education (training and development).
 
MINNESOTA
Isanti (55040): Taylor Vincent, a 2018 Cambridge-Isanti High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in English. Vincent, daughter of Derrick and Bonnie Vincent, Isanti, plans to major in English.
 
MISSOURI
Aldrich (65601): Jerrad Watts, a 2018 Dadeville High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and $900 Academic Opportunity Award in geosciences. Watts, son of Cynthia Justus-Watts, Aldrich, plans to major in geology.
Blue Springs (64014): Breanna Reitz, a 2018 Blue Springs High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Reitz, daughter of Travis and Mindy Reitz, Blue Springs, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
Blue Springs (64015): Nathaniel Rockwell, a 2018 Blue Springs South High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Rockwell, son of Scott and Tawn Rockwell, Blue Springs, plans a career in physical therapy.
El Dorado Springs (64744): Ashley Knoll, a 2018 El Dorado Springs High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Knoll, daughter of Chad and Sheryl Knoll, El Dorado Springs, plans a career in physical therapy.
Eureka (63025): Jordan Thompson, a 2018 Eureka High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in psychology. Thompson, daughter of Doug and Debbie Thompson, Eureka, plans to major in psychology.
Independence (64055): Andrea Schake, a 2018 Blue Springs High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Schake, daughter of Steven Schake and Jelena Satterley, Kansas City, plans a career in veterinary medicine.
Independence (64056): Jordan Reyes, a 2018 Rockhurst High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in art. Reyes, son of Damian and Roxane Reyes, Independence, plans to major in art.
Independence (64057): Devin Tracy, a 2018 Truman High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Tracy, son of Tim and Lisa Tracy, Independence, plans to major in geology.
Kansas City (64126): Clara Moran, a 2018 Alta Vista Charter School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Hispanic College Institute Talent Competition Scholarship. Moran, daughter of Jorge Moran and Julia Enriquez, Kansas City, plans to major in foreign language.
Kansas City (64127): Martin Velazquez, a 2018 East High School graduate, received a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant. Velazquez, son of Martin Velazquez Sr., Kansas City, plans to major in marketing.
Kirkwood (63122): Tabitha Stowers, a 2018 Kirkwood High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in health and human performance. Stowers, daughter of Marjorie Stowers-Jackson, Kirkwood, plans to major in athletic training.
Lee's Summit (64086): Kate Davis, a 2018 Lee's Summit North High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Davis, daughter of Anthony and Jackie Davis, Lee's Summit, plans to major in nursing.
Odessa (64076): Kinly Grubb, a 2018 Odessa High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in criminal justice. Grubb, daughter of Joe and Tami Grubb, Odessa, plans to major in criminal justice.
Platte City (64079): Kylee Kent, a 2018 Central High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction. Kent, daughter of Jed Kent, Platte City, plans to major in biology.
Raymore (64083): Shawn McDonald, a 2018 Raymore-Peculiar High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in health and human performance. McDonald, son of Bryan and Tammy McDonald, Raymore, plans to major in human and health performance.
Ridgedale (65739): Braedon Newell, a 2018 Hollister High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in chemistry. Newell, son of Justin and Nicki Newell, Ridgedale, plans to major in chemistry.
Webb City (64870): Collin Keatts, a 2018 Webb City High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in criminal justice. Keatts, son of Scott and Denise Keatts, Webb City, plans to major in criminal justice.
 
NEBRASKA
Arnold (69120): Cade Connell, a 2018 Arnold High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Connell, son of Casey and Loleta Connell, Arnold, plans to major in animal science.
Cairo (68824): Abby Hadenfeldt, a 2018 Centura High School graduate, received a $3,500 Presidential Award of Distinction and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Hadenfeldt, daughter of Jamie and Heather Hadenfeldt, Cairo, plans to major in agronomy. 
Cody (69211): Sydney Adamson, a 2018 Cody-Kilgore High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Adamson, daughter of Todd and Stacey Adamson, Cody, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
Brody Davis, a 2018 Cody-Kilgore High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Davis, son of Greg and Angel Davis, Cody, plans to major in agricultural business.
Cozad (69130): Hanna Wright, a 2018 Cozad High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Wright, daughter of Adam and Pam Wright, Cozad, plans to major in agricultural business.
Elm Creek (68836): Spencer Nuhfer, a 2018 Elm Creek High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Nuhfer, son of Jeff and Stefanie Nuhfer, Elm Creek, plans to major in health and human performance.
Fairbury (68352): Brock Barton, a 2018 Fairbury High School graduate, received a $1,500 FHSU Achievement Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in informatics. Barton, son of Ryan and Shelly Barton, Fairbury, plans to major in informatics.
Firth (68358): Lane Cacek, a 2018 Daniel Freeman High School graduate, received a $2,500 FHSU TeamMates Nebraska Scholarship, a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award. Cacek is the son of Gene Cacek and Gina Doose, Firth.
Funk (68940): Natasha Scott, a 2018 Holdrege High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Scott, daughter of Harley and Val Scott, Funk, plans to major in chemistry.
Grand Island (68801): Abigail Campbell, a 2018 Northwest High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Campbell, daughter of Corey and June Campbell, Grand Island, plans to major in nursing.
Holdrege (68949): Katelyn Keffeler, a 2018 Holdrege High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Keffeler, daughter of Bryan and Paula Keffeler, Holdrege, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Cooper Rome, a 2018 Holdrege High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in criminal justice. Rome, son of Mason and Jenny Cox, Holdrege, plans to major in criminal justice.
Imperial (69033): Eric Chavira, a 2016 Chase County High School graduate and a Mid-Plains Community College transfer student, received a $1,500 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Chavira, son of Baltazar and Blanca Chavira, Imperial, plans to major in agribusiness.
Whitney Hopp, a 2018 Chase County High School graduate, received a $1,000 FHSU Achievement Award. Hopp, daughter of Robin Francis, Imperial, plans to major in nursing.
Juniata (68955): Megan Hurt, a 2018 St. Cecilia High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award. Hurt, daughter of Kevin and Theresa Hurt, Juniata, plans to major in art.
Kearney (68845): Jacob Marsh, a 2018 Axtell High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in biological sciences. Marsh, son of Dean and Jennifer Marsh, Kearney, plans to major in biology.
Kearney (68847): Riley Kahle, a 2018 Kearney Catholic High School graduate, received a $2,000 University Scholar Award. Kahle, son of Steve and Brenda Kahle, Kearney, plans to major in radiologic technology.
Caleb Kirchhoff, a 2018 Kearney High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Kirchhoff, son of Ryan and Annette Kirchhoff, Kearney, plans to major in applied technology.
Lexington (68850): Jami White, a 2018 Lexington High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in education. White, daughter of James White, Lexington, plans to major in elementary education.
Lincoln (68504): Haileigh Lowell, a 2018 Lincoln Northeast High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Lowell, daughter of Brandi Green, Lincoln, plans to major in nursing.
McCook (69001): Hunter Hays, a 2018 McCook High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in mathematics. Hays, son of Brad Hays and Mindy Hitchler, McCook, plans to major in mathematics education.
Erin Werkmeister, a 2017 McCook High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Werkmeister, daughter of Travis and Sheila Werkmeister, McCook, plans to major in elementary education.
Alyssa Wright, a 2018 McCook High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in psychology. Wright, daughter of Clint and Mikki Wright, McCook, plans to major in psychology.
Milburn (68813): Gus Dunbar, a 2018 Sargent High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Dunbar, son of Bob and Kristy Dunbar, Milburn, plans to major in applied technology.
Mullen (69152): Jessica Starr, a 2017 Mullen High School graduate and a Hastings College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Starr, daughter of Bryan and Ann Starr, Mullen, plans a double major in agriculture education and art education.
Omaha (68116): Christopher Morrissey, a 2018 Keith Lutz Horizon High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Morrissey, son of Lori Morrissey, Omaha, and Ted Morrissey, Overland Park, Kan., plans to major in education.
Omaha (68164): Ashley Vacura, a 2018 Omaha North High Magnet School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in psychology. Vacura, daughter of Blake and Crystal Vacura, Omaha, plans to major in psychology.
Oxford (68967): Rope Meyers, a 2018 Southern Valley High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Meyers, son of Ron and Lutisha Meyers, Oxford, plans to major in agriculture.
Heather Snell, a 2018 Southern Valley High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Snell, daughter of Andrew and Deb Snell, Oxford, plans to major in biology.
Polk (68654): Bradley Powell, a 2018 High Plains Community High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in art and design. Powell, son of Jeff and Marcy Hohnholt, Polk, plans to major in graphic design.
Scotia (68875): Nathan Poss, a 2018 Central Valley High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Poss, son of Danny and Kristi Poss, Scotia, plans to major in agriculture.
Scribner (68057): Aleynah Hendrix, a 2016 West Point-Beemer High School graduate and a Northeast Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Hendrix, daughter of Scott and Linda Wahrman, Scribner, plans to major in athletic training.
Sutton (68979): Tanna Eggers, a 2018 Satton High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in criminal justice. Eggers, daughter of Bobby and Kristi Eggers, Sutton, plans to major in criminal justice.
Trumbull (68980): Josie Samuelson, a 2018 Doniphan-Trumbull High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Samuelson, daughter of Robb and Lori Samuelson, Trumbull, plans to major in agricultural business.
Wilcox (68982): Braiden Billington, a 2018 Wilcox-Hildreth High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business and entrepreneurship. Billington, son of Shawn Billington and Tasha Savage, Wilcox, and Beatriz Heinen, plans to major in accounting.
York (68467): David Jinright, a 2017 York High School graduate and a Hastings College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Jinright, son of Becky Jinright, York, plans to major in sports management.
 
OKLAHOMA
Guymon (73942): Kambrian Acevedo, a 2018 Guymon High School graduate, received a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in psychology. Acevedo, daughter of Jimmy Acevedo and Tiffany Boyd, Guymon, plans to major in psychology.
Oologah (74053): Gunter Pearson, a 2018 Oologah High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Pearson, son of Steve and Keri Mullen, Oologah, plans to major in chemistry.
Owasso (74055): Jerry Goff, a 2018 Booker T. Washington High School graduate, received a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Goff, son of Ryuko Mahan, Owasso, plans to major in accounting.
Tulsa (74127): Caleb Dill, a 2018 Booker T. Washington High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in health and human performance. Dill, son of Ed and Machele Dill, Tulsa, plans to major in health and human performance.
Woodward (73801): Megan Brock, a 2018 Woodward High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in allied health. Brock, daughter of Aaron and Melinda Brock, Woodward, plans to major in medical diagnostic imaging.
 
TEXAS
Amarillo (79118): Katie Evans, a 2018 Randall High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award. Evans, daughter of Shawn and Michelle Pearson, Amarillo, plans to major in psychology.
Arlington (76005): Cade Tresch, a 2018 Lamar High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award, a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Tresch, son of Dan and Stephanie Tresch, Arlington, plans to major in marketing.
Arlington (76017): Nathan Dotson, a 2018 Martin High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award, a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Dotson, son of Todd and Laurie Dotson, Arlington, plans to major in business.
Bedford (76022): Ashley Miller, a 2018 Lawrence Dale Bell High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award, a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Miller, daughter of Roger and Angela Miller, Bedford, plans to major in animal science.
Burleson (76028): Michael Kennedy, a 2018 Joshua High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award, a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Kennedy, son of Shane and Brandi McNeel, Burleson, plans to major in applied technology.
James Minton, a 2018 Joshua High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award and a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Minton, son of Jim and Nanette Minton, Burleson, plans to major in construction management.
Canyon (79015): Jacob Hopson, a 2018 Canyon High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award, a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Hopson, son of Chris and Kim Hopson, Canyon, plans to major in applied technology.
Crowley (76036): Simon Askins, a 2018 Joshua High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award, a $2,000 University Scholar Award, and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in applied technology. Askins, son of Dennis Askins and Rachel Neal, Crowley, plans to major in construction management.
Dallas (75228): Christopher Fukuhara, a 2015 Cooper High School graduate and a Cisco Junior College transfer student, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award. Fukuhara, son of Ken and Azusa Strickland, Dallas, plans to major in marketing.
Dallas (75233): Sergio Morgado, a 2018 Skyline High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award, a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Morgado, son of Sergio Morgado and Martha Hernandez, Dallas, plans to major in business management.
Decatur (76234): Braxton Roth, a 2018 Decatur High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award, a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in mathematics. Roth, son of Tony and Shelly Roth, Decatur, plans to major in mathematics.
Frisco (75035): Broderick Green, a 2018 Frisco Liberty High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award and a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Green is the son of Mike and Denise Green, Frisco, and Melissa Roush.
Jonathan Green, a 2018 Frisco Liberty High School graduate, received a $7,700 Texas Award and a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Green is the son of Mike and Denise Green, Frisco, and Melissa Roush.
Houston (77084): Franklin Solorio, a 2018 Mayde Creek High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award, a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in business. Solorio, son of Esdualdo and Antonia Solorio, Houston, plans to major in marketing.
Katy (77449): Rogelio Lopez, a 2018 Cypress Lakes High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award, a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in physics. Lopez, son of Rogelio and Victoria Lopez, Katy, plans to major in physics.
McKinney (75070): Allicyn Harris, a 2018 Heritage High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award, a $2,000 University Scholar Award, and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in nursing. Harris, daughter of Trae and Lori Harris, McKinney, plans to major in nursing.
Mesquite (75181): Mariano Escobedo, a 2016 John Horn High School graduate and a Northeastern Junior College transfer student, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award. Escobedo, son of Jason and Amanda Crawford, Mesquite, plans to major in health and human performance.
Wheeler (79096): Blayne Richardson, a 2016 Wheeler High School graduate and an Allen County Community College transfer student, received a $7,700 FHSU Texas Award. Richardson, son of Billy and Kara Richardson, Wheeler, plans to major in agricultural business.
 
UTAH
Riverton (84065): Kaitlyn Adler, a 2016 Riverton High School graduate and a Colby Community College transfer student, received a $1,000 FHSU Transfer Student Award. Adler, daughter of Brent and Patricia Adler, Riverton, plans to major in nursing.
 
WISCONSIN
Fond du Lac (54935): Emily Thompson, a 2018 Fond du Lac High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Thompson, daughter of Brian and Renae Thompson, Fond du Lac, plans to major in health and human performance.
Oshkosh (54901): Jasmyne Buck, a 2018 Oshkosh North High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award. Buck, daughter of James Buch and Jamie Sawicki, Oshkosh, plans to major in history education.
 
WYOMING
Cheyenne (82001): Aidan Chiporo, a 2018 Cheyenne East High School graduate, received a $7,700 FHSU Wyoming Award, a $2,000 University Scholar Award and a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in social work. Chiporo, daughter of Salvatore and Courtney Chiporo, Cheyenne, plans to major in social work.

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