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It pays to work hard and compete with class...literally!

It pays to work hard and compete with class...literally!

J.P. Murrieta
February 22, 2018 07:52 PM

The NMAA Foundation recently awarded $23,000 in student scholarships.  Over 300 students applied for eight different scholarships.  The following students were selected.

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Extraordinary Participation Scholarship, presented by the NMAA Foundation ($2,500 each)

*given to students excelling in athletics, activities, and academics

1. Halle Medina, Raton

2. Jorrell Mirabal, Magdalena

 

“Compete with Class” Scholarships, presented by the NM National Guard ($1,500 each)

*given to students that exemplify the ideals of sportsmanship & the Compete with Class initiative

1.  Benjamin Rees, Los Alamos

2.  Danika Nelson, Texico

3.  Jordin Molina, Carlsbad

4.  Mikayla Garnard, Santa Rosa      

 

Mario Martinez Memorial Scholarship ($1,500 each)

*given to students excelling in athletics and academics within Class A-3A schools

1. Carlos Parra, Estancia

2. Mario Archuleta, Pecos

 

Dan & Lucille Wood/Gray Gladiator Scholarship, presented by Subway ($1,000 each)

*given to students excelling in athletics and academics

1.  Abigail Wilton, Fort Sumner

2.  Michael Mounho, Eldorado

3.  Taylor Null, Artesia

 

Activities Scholarship, presented by Subway ($1,000 each)

*given to students excelling in activities and academics

1.  Clay Bob Stearns, Capitan

2.  Jordyn Stowe, House

 

 

El Richards/Francis Walsh Spirit Scholarship, presented by Varsity Spirit ($1,000 each)

*given to students excelling in spirit (cheer/dance) and academics

1.  Jessica Murray, Los Lunas

2.  Lauren Martinez, Grants

 

Coach Dick Shelley St. Michael’s HS Basketball Scholarship ($1,000)

*given to students excelling in basketball and academics

1.  Joseph Sena, Espanola Valley

 

Ralph Ortiz BPOE Elks Club of Santa Fe Scholarship ($1,000)

*given to students excelling in athletics and academics

1.  Scott Komar, Jal

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J.P. Murrieta

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