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May 16, 2014

CHS students receive estimated $300k in scholarships

CENTERVILLE — Centerville High Schools’ senior awards night was held at Simon Estes Auditorium on Monday, May 12. Not including scholarships that individual colleges have awarded, more than $35,000 in local and statewide scholarships were announced.

From all sources, including renewable scholarships from colleges, Centerville High School guidance counselor Connie Steinbach estimated that CHS students earned approximately $300,000 in scholarships.

The following is a list of scholarships/awards that were presented to CHS seniors on Monday, as released by the Centerville High School guidance office.

American Bar Association, citizenship award — Hanna Sheston, Hunter Moore.

CHS Female Scholar Athlete — Maddison Lange.

CHS Male Scholar Athlete — Michael Starcevich.

3.5 and above cumulative GPA — Jared Armington, Lewis Braster, Garrett Faris, Michael Firkins, Marissa Hunt, Avery Hutton, Maddison Lange, Kiley Micetich, Corina Moore, Garrett Moorman, Sydney Ocker, Maranda Rupalo, Hanna Sheston, Michael Starcevich, Matt Wells.

E.J. “Jack” White athletic award — Hanna Sheston, Michael Firkins.

Dannco Outstanding athlete award — Maddison Lange, Michael Starcevich.

Bernie Saggau award — Michael Starcevich.

Student council recognition — Sydney Ocker, Elizabeth Starr.

Academic letter awards (3.25 cumulative GPA and above) — Jared Armington, Holly Barrell, Madilyn Bennett, Lewis Braster, Garett Faris, Michael Firkins, Andrew Frost, Avery Hutton, Marissa Hunt, Maddison Lange, Melanie McGill, Kiley Micetich, Corina Moore, Garrett Moorman, Katie Morris, Sydney Ocker, Maranda Rupalo, Hanna Sheston, Michael Starcevich, Elizabeth Starr, Matthew Wells, Shayla Wolver, Jin Wymer.

Appanoose County soil and conservation — Maranda Rupalo.

Agricredit Acceptance Scholarship/National FFA — Maranda Rupalo.

John Deere/Sinclair Tractor/National FFA — Hunter Moore.

James L. McDonald memorial scholarship — Katie Morris.

Christina Hixson Opportunity award — AJ Anderson, Maranda Rupalo.

Clyde and Virginia Carney memorial scholarship — Michael Starcevich.

Joe and Shirley Cardani memorial scholarship — Samantha Cowan.

Russ Miller memorial scholarship — Maranda Ruaplo, Garrett Moorman.

Dale Baxter memorial scholarship — Michael Firkins.

Don and Leora Whisler scholarship — Hanna Sheston, Grant Walker.

Lee Container scholarship — Morgan Schmell.

Barker Company, Ltd. — Branson Bachman.

John and Judy Arnold scholarship — Maranda Rupalo.

Appanoose County Foundation scholarship — Lewis Braster, Garrett Moorman.

American Legion scholarship — Jared Armington.

MFA Oil Company — Katie Morris.

Better Business Bureau student of integrity — Maddison Lange.

Class of 1949 scholarship — Michael Starcevich.

Milton and Dorothy Stout scholarship — Kolton Gonnerman.

Rubbermaid scholarship — Andrew Frost.

Gerald D. Foster memorial scholarship — Samantha Cowan.

Des Moines Register Academic All-State — Matthew Wells.

Governor’s scholar recognition award — Lewis Braster.

Class of 1958 scholarship — Nick McCann.

Chuck Deatsch memorial scholarship — Maddison Lange.

Indian Hills Foundation scholarships — Kiley Micetich, Kylon Cardani, Josh Kerbel, Austin Tilley, Samantha Cowan, Nicole Seay, Alexis Nikas, Jared Armington.

Appanoose County young democrat scholarship — Lewis Braster.

Community 1st Credit Union — Matthew Wells.

Max E. Ellis memorial rotary scholarship — Marissa Hunt.

Jim Irelan Memorial Rotary scholarship — Hunter Moore.

Centerville Rotary scholarships — Katie Morris, Shayla Wolver.

Centerville School foundation scholarship — Garrett Faris.

Laura Shopbell scholarship — Maddison Lange.

Morris Cohn scholarship — Garrett Moorman.

Kenneth and Delores Elgin scholarship — Lewis Braster.

Robert and Charlotte Beck scholarship — Sydney Ocker.

Simon and Westella Estes scholarship — Alexis Johnson.

John and Karleen Hagen scholarship — Hanna Sheston, Matthew Wells.

Joan Hoffman memorial scholarship — Melanie McGill.

Mirie Huston memorial scholarship — Samantha Cowan, Kiley Micetich.

Dana and Glenn Moritz scholarship — Michael Starcevich.

Robert and Doris Harl memorial scholarship — Elizabeth Starr.

Dr. F.B. and Esther M. Leffert scholarship — Michael Firkins.

Orville E. Butler scholarship — Kira Reynolds.

Financial Literacy scholarship — Kolton Gonnerman.

Colleen Cook memorial scholarships — Corina Moore, Kaitlyn Moore, Avery Hutton.

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