Twelve scholarships were awarded for a total of $15,250. More than $200,000 has been awarded in scholarships since 1991.

Dalton Dornburg, of Goliad, was awarded the $1,750 Mark Scherer Scholarship. His parents are Brent and Terri Lynn Dornburg. He plans to attend Texas A&M University to major in biomedical science to become a large animal veterinarian.

Sarah Diebel, of Victoria, was awarded the $1,500 Melvin Scherer Scholarship. Her parents are Stephen and Jennifer Diebel. She plans to attend Texas A&M University to major in agricultural economics to become a loan officer specializing in agricultural operations.

Conner Blahuta, of Moulton, was awarded the $1,500 John Stockbauer Jr. Scholarship. His parents are Steven and Dana Blahuta. He plans to attend Texas A&M University in Kingsville and major in range and wildlife management to become a game warden.

Logan Gisler, of Victoria, was awarded the $1,500 Jock Ross Scholarship. His parents are Darin and Kim Gisler. He plans to attend Texas A&M University and major in mechanical or biological and agricultural engineering to pursue a career in designing and building farming implements.

Brad Kucera, of Edna, was awarded the $1,250 Academic Scholarship. His parents are Scotty and Shera Kucera. He plans to attend Texas State University and major in biology and animal science and then attend a veterinary college to become a veterinarian.

Warner Seidel, of Westhoff, was awarded the $1,250 Academic Scholarship. He is the son of Warren and Jeannie Seidel. He plans to attend Texas A&M University and major in animal science-science option to become a veterinarian.

Torri Mikolas, of Seadrift, was awarded the $1,250 Academic Scholarship. Her parents are Johnny and Jennifer Mikolas. She plans to attend Texas A&M University and major in forensic, investigative sciences to become a crime scene investigator.

Lamar Ti Beall, of Woodsboro, was awarded the $1,250  Academic Scholarship. His parents are Richard and Kellie Beall. He plans to attend Texas A&M University in Kingsville to major in agriculture business. His career plans are to manage a feed production company.

Karla Rothmann, of Port Lavaca, was awarded the $1,000 Opportunity Scholarship. She is the daughter of Janine Rothmann. She plans to attend Texas A&M University to major in animal sciences and plans to become a veterinarian.

Lane Grymes, of Inez, was awarded the $1,000 Opportunity Scholarship. His parents are Charlie and Lorissa Grymes. He plans to attend Texas A&M University and major in agribusiness to pursue a career in agricultural sales.

Tessa Ross, of Yorktown, was awarded the $1,000 Opportunity Scholarship. Her parents are T.J. and Kristal Ross. She plans to attend Tarleton State University and major in agriculture science with a teaching certificate to pursue a career as an agriculture science teacher.

Holden Haas, of Cuero, was awarded the $1,000 Opportunity Scholarship. His parents are Chris and Kecia Haas. He plans to attend Blinn College and major in agriculture and animal science to pursue a career in ranch management.

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