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WCHS Scholarship Winners 2014
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Warren County High School seniors were awarded over $2.6 million in scholarships with over $1.4 million coming from universities during a ceremony held Thursday at the high school. Winners of local scholarships totaling $84,500 and the amount received are:• ADK - Kailyn Cantrell, $750 • AAUW - Mallory Foster, $300 • Spencer Lively Scholarship - Trevor Crawford, $500 • Retired Teachers Scholarship - Kailyn Cantrell, $1,000• American Legion Auxiliary Vara Gray Scholarship - Jerrick McKnight, $400 • Ben Banerjee Soccer Scholarship - Jonathan Smith, $500 • Ben Banerjee Soccer Scholarship - Kristin Maynard, $500 • Ben Lomand Longbeards Scholarship - Ryan Jennings, $500 • Deanna Grayson Memorial Dance Scholarship - Sarahy Maneiro, $750 • Dr Pepper Bottling Company Scholarship - Nathan Jacobs and Ryan Jennings, $500 each• Durham School Services Scholarship - Hannah Hale and Tucker Slatton, $2,500 each• Evening Echange Club Scholarship - Allison Smith and Trevor Crawford, $1,000 each• Frances Stubblefield Scholarship Kayla Brown, Kailyn Cantrell and Salem Wanamaker $1,000 each • Homeland Community Bank Scholarship - Elizabeth Oxley, $1,000 • Graelyn Womack Memorial - Newby Parton, $2,000 • Huff and Puff Trucking - Quinn Crim, $500• James C. Hailey Scholarship - Jon Ewton, $6,000 • James H. Mansfield Jr. Memorial Scholarship - Brock Farris, $500 • Kiwanis Key Club Richard McGregor Memorial Scholarship - Raven Dixon, $300 • Leadership Warren Youth Scholarship - Newby Parton, $500 • Morrison Ruritan Scholarship - Jon Ewton, $600 • Noon Exchange Club Scholarship - Jerrick McKnight, $500• Leonard Gwyn Jr. Memorial Scholarship - Sarahy Maneiro, $1,000 • Linda King Memorial Scholarship - Kayla Brown, Kailyn Cantrell $1,000 each • Masonic Lodge Scholarship - Cinthia Zarate $1,000• McMinnville Jaycees Shannon Moore Memorial Scholarship - Alyson Caten, $500 • McMinnville Lions Club Scholarship - Trevor Crawford, $2,000 • McCay TTU Scholarship - Trevor Crawford and Mallory Foster, $1,000 each • Nora Ausbrook Scholarship - Kayla Brown, $16,000 • Phil Hyatt Memorial Scholarship - Tristan Smith, $500 • Troy Jones Memorial Scholarship - McKenzi Rockwell, $2,000 • Jacksboro Community Scholarship - Kailyn Cantrell and Madison Orrick $500 each • Viola Community Scholarship- Kailyn Cantrell, $250 • WC A&L Youth Fair Board Scholarship - Kayla Brown and Kailyn Cantrell $500 each • Warren County Agricultural Producers Scholarship - Katelynn Cammack, $500 • WC Farm Bureau Russell Watson Agricultural Scholarship - Tristan Smith, Lucas Patterson, Mindy King and Jon Ewton $1,000 each• TVA and Power Distributors Scholarship - Kailyn Cantrell, $4,000 and Katelynn Cammack, $1,000 • Tuck Bigbee Memorial Scholarship - Salem Wanamaker $1,000 • Robert H. Jones Scholarship - Mallory Foster, $2,500 • Joe Stewart Education Scholarship - Nathan Jacobs and McKenzi Rockwell $2,000 each • Joe Stewart Basketball Scholarship - Jesse Newby, $2,000• Jonah Fitch Scholarship - Lucas Patterson, $250• WCEA Scholarship - Jon Ewton, $500• Warren County Family & Community Education Scholarship - Mallory Foster, $500 • Shanna Siederer Memorial Scholarship - Jessica Burchfield, Shelby Cagle and Jordan Chadwell, $1,000 each• Warren County School Nutrition Scholarship - Liesel Wade, $250 Non Local Scholarships:• United State Achievement Academy - Lauren Wilson, $200 • TN Electric Cooperative - Newby Parton, $2,000 • National Beta Club Newby Parton - $1,000 Tennessee Technological University representative Jim Gray said he was awarding the Class of 2014 the most money ever given to a graduating class from Warren County.University Scholarships:• Bryan College - Clayton Myers, $22,000 yearly ($88,800 for four years)• ETSU -Paige Cox, $2,000 yearly ($8,000 four years); Rachel Miller - $3,000 yearly ($12,000 four years); Allison Smith, $4,000 yearly ($16,000 four years); Salem Wanamaker, $6,000 ($24,000 four years); Chloe Majors, $4000 ($16,000 four years)• TTU - Trevor Crawford, $5,000 ($22,000 four years), Kindra Brabson, $2,500 ($10,000 four years); Brock Fariss, $1,500 ($6,000 four years); Hannah Hale $3,000 ($12,000); Lance Kelly $5,000 ($20,000); Michah Martin $2,500 ($10,000 four years); Jerrick McKnight $2,500 ($10,000 four years); Shelby Newman, $5,000 ($20,000 four years); Raegan Vickers, $5,000 (20,000 four years); Courtney Blair, $5,000 ($20,000 four years); Katelynn Cammack $750 total; Jonathan Ewton, $5,000 ($20,000 four years); Nathan Jacobs, $7,000 ($28,000 four years)• Lipscomb - Graylin Brock, $6,000 ($24,000 four years); Tyler Cantrell, $7,000 ($28,000 four years); Kayla Brown, $9,000 ($36,000 four years) • University of Memphis -Landon Lopez, $5,500 ($22,000 four years); Lauren Wilson, $12,500 (51,000 four years); Rachel Mathis $3,000 ($12,000 four years)• Sewanee - Marisa Rigsby, $5,000 ($20,000 four years)• Princeton University - Newby Parton, $60,000 ($240,000 four years)• UTC - William Wood, $3,000 ($12,000 four years)• MTSU - Madison Curtis, $3,000 ($12,000 four years); Charles Grissom $2,000 ($8,000 four years); Lucy Haston, $3,000 ($12,000 four years); Marc Hennessee $3,000 ($12,000 four years); Lucas Stepp, $3,000 ($12,000 four years); Lesley Sweeton, $4,000 ($16,000 four years); Jeremy Pollard, $2,000 ($8,000 four years)• UT Martin - Mindy King, $1,500 ($6,000 four years)• Tennessee Weslyn - Amber Neu, $17,000 ($68,000 four years)• Samford University - Elizabeth Oxley, $8,000 ($32,000 four years)• Marymount University - Sarahy Maneiro, $9,000 ($36,000 four years)• UTK - Tiffany Cantrell, $6,000 ($24,000 four years)• Motlow - Casey Travers, $2,000 ($4,000 two years); Zacharey Wilson $2,000 ($4,000 two years)• Vanderbilt - Ben Gawel, $41,350 ($165,400 four years)• Rhodes College - Colyn Young, $32,500 ($130,000 four years)• Aquinas College - Cinthia Zarate $6,000 ($24,000 four years)• Belmont - Ariel Maxine Bouldin, $9,000 ($36,000 four years)