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SLIDESHOW: San Marcos High School graduate Logan Hanzel [1] and Hay High School graduate Michael Montanta [2] accept Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority academic scholarships from board chair Oscar H. Fogle (left) and general manager Bill West (right). SUBMITTED PHOTO/GBRA


SEGUIN — Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority officials recently awarded 12 academic scholarships to graduates of eight area high schools, including two from Hays County. The scholarships range from $1,000 to $2,000.

Recipients from Hays County include Logan Hanzel, a San Marcos High School graduate, and Michael Montana, a Jack C. Hays High School graduate.

Hanzel will attend Texas A&M University in College Station where he intends to major in mechanical engineering. In high school, Hanzel was a member of the National Honor Society, the varsity football team and the junior varsity baseball team. Montana will attend the University of Texas at San Antonio where he intends to pursue a degree in kinesiology and then a career as a physical therapist.

Other GBRA scholarship recipients include:

Guadalupe County

Shaelynn Scott, a Seguin High School graduate who will attend St. Phillips College in San Antonio. She intends to pursue a career as a veterinary medicine technician.

Brooke Terry, a Seguin High School graduate who will attend Texas A&M University where she intends to major in animal science.

Gonzales County

Stacey Havel, a Gonzales High School graduate who will attend Texas A&M University where she intends to major in business.

Karli Downey, a Gonzales High School graduate who will attend Texas State University in San Marcos where she intends to major in radiation therapy.

Matthew Jandt, a Gonzales High School graduate who will attend Lincoln College of Technology in Grand Prairie where he intends to major in diesel and automotive engines.

Comal County

Brookelynn Helmke, a Canyon Lake High School graduate who will attend Texas State University where she intends to major in engineering technology.

Kendall County

Karen Taylor, a Comfort High School graduate who will attend Texas A&M University where she intends to major in human resources.

Goliad County

Jake Schneider, a Goliad High School graduate who will attend the University of Texas at Dallas where he intends to major in computer science.

Victoria County

Jaden Lewis, a Victoria West High School graduate who will attend Victoria College where he intends to major in electrical instrumentation.

Bexar County

Andrea Urrutia, an Incarnate Word High School graduate who will attend Texas Tech University in Lubbock where she intends to major in chemistry.

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