Thirty-six graduating seniors at Marshall High School received scholarships at an academic program Wednesday, May 29. Following are the scholarship recipients, in alphabetical order.

Zachary Anderson – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500. He plans to attend Madison College for lighting design.

Kyra Andrews – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500; and Eugene N. Fox Memorial Scholarship for $500. She plans to attend Madison College for nursing.

Olga Assaba – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500; She plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay for psychology.

Juan Ayala – Clarissa Porter Scholarship, $500. He plans to be an electrician.

Elijah Bliske – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500; and Marshall Alumni Scholarship, $250. He plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse.

Anahi Bonilla – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500; Marshall EMS Scholarship, $500; Marshall PTA Scholarship, $500; Davis Family Harrier Cardinal Scholarship for $500 based on leadership in cross country; and Lorie Nikolay Memorial Scholarship for $500. Bonilla is planning to pursue a career in helping in a related field. She plans to attend Carroll University in the medical field.

Aniya Brown – Clarissa Porter Scholarship, $500. She plans to attend Madison College for criminal justice.

Collin Buchanan – Mary Stremmer Scholarship, $3,329.68; Eugene N. Fox Memorial Scholarship, $500; and Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500. He plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Platteville for mechanical engineering.

Alejandro Campos – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500. He plans to attend Madison College.

Judith Campos Velasco – Lorie Nikolay Memorial Scholarship, $500; Eleanor L. Waddell Scholarship, $500; and Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500. She plans to attend Madison College.

PenFei Chen – Marshall Volunteer Fire Department Inc. Scholarship, $500; and Marshall Alumni Scholarship, $250.. He will attend the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse or Milwaukee for science.

Joseph Cook – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500; Eugene N. Fox Memorial Scholarship, $500; Woerpel Family Scholarship, $500; and Marshall Youth Club Scholarship, $250. He plans to attend Wisconsin Lutheran College for communications.

Natalie Dopico-Brickl – Mary Stremmer Scholarship, $3,329.68; Marshall PTA Scholarship, $500; and Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500. She plans to attend Madison College for occupational therapy assistant.

Amaya Brott – Marshall Volunteer Fire Department Inc. Scholarship, $500. She plans to attend Madison College.

Kaedyn Grice – FVW Bernie Olson Scholarship, $1,000; and Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500. She plans to attend Carroll University for animal behavior/choir and theater.

Deven Haberkorn – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $750. He plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison for civil engineering.

Noah Harrison – Davis Family Harrier Cardinal Scholarship, $500, based on cross country leadership. He plans to attend Madison College.

Claire Huggett – Mary Stremmer Scholarship, $3,329.68; Wisconsin Association of School Business, $2,000; Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $1,500; United Cooperative Scholarship, $1,000; Marshall Lions Club Scholarship, $1,000; Roelof and Wilma Kraak Family Scholarship, $750; Eugene N. Fox Memorial Scholarship, $500; Friends of the Marshall Library Scholarship for $250; and Marshall Youth Club Scholarship, $250. She plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison for biomedical engineering.

Katherine Jablonski – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500; and Marshall American Legion Auxiliary Scholarship, $100. She plans to attend Marquette University for immigration paralegal.

Quinn Killerlain – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500; and Marshall American Legion Scholarship, $500. He plans to attend Upper Iowa College for computer science.

Joshua Link – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500. He plans to attend UW-Platteville for forensic investigation.

Benjamin Lusk – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $1,000; Roelof and Wilma Kraak Family Scholarship, $750; and Woerpel Family Scholarship, $500. He plans to attend the UW-Madison to major in biology.

Blake Luzenski – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500. He plans to attend Carroll University for actuarial science.

Ceraya Morel – Jason Peck Memorial Scholarship, $1,000; Marshall Lions Club Scholarship, $750; Wings Over Wisconsin Scholarship, $500; and Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500. She plans to attend Madison College for vet tech.

Bailey Neuberger – Wisconsin Academic Excellence Scholarship, $2,250 per year for four years, for the student with the highest grade point average; Marshall Lions Club Scholarship, $1,000; and Marshall Youth Club Scholarship, $250. She plans to attend Southern Illinois University-Carbondale for business.

Caitlin Powers – Wisconsin State USBC Bowling Scholarship, $2,000. The scholarship is based on academic achievement and bowling participation. Prairie Lanes Junior Bowling Senior Scholarship for $1,500 based on community service, volunteering, commitment to bowling, participation and an essay about bowling and the influence it had on the individual; and Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $1,000. She plans to Mount Mercy University.

Joshua Schiller – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500; and Eugene N. Fox Memorial Scholarship, $500.

Sara Schmidt – Masonic Lodge No. 63 Scholarship, $1,000; Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500

Van Schroeder – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $750; and Catherine Lazers Bauer Scholarship, $500, for a student with a strong writing ability. He plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to major in advertising and public relations.

Nehemiah Senger – Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $750. He plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

Kyleigh Smith – Marshall PTA Scholarship, $500; Harr/Huggett Scholarship, $500; and Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500. She plans to attend Winona State University for early childhood education.

Kirsten Stenson – Wisconsin Technical Excellence Scholarship, $2,250 per year for three years for the student who has highest demonstrated level of proficiency in technical education subjects. She plans to attend Northeast Wisconsin Technical College for early childhood education.

Burke Vukasovic – Marshall Lions Club Scholarship, $750; Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $750; Leonard B. Converse Scholarship, $500; Marshall Police Officer Association, $250 for a student pursuing a criminal justice career. He plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater to pursue a career in in criminology.

Joshua Wehking – Mary Stremmer Scholarship, $3,329.68; Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $1,500; Ernst Family Scholarship, $1,000; Marshall Lions Club Scholarship, $1,000; Marshall Wrestling Club Scholarship, $1,000 based on involvement in the Marshall youth wrestling program; Eugene N. Fox Memorial Scholarship, $500; Jack Roelke Memorial Scholarship, $300, based on athletic and achievement and community activities; and Marshall Youth Club Scholarship, $250.. He plans to attend the UW-Madison to major in civil engineering.

Sydney Weinberger – Marshall Lions Club Scholarship, $1,000; and Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $500. She plans to attend the UW-Whitewater for psychology.

Sabrina Yanke – Mary Stremmer Scholarship, $3,329.68; and Marshall Scholarship Foundation, $1,000. She plans to attend Madison College for biology in the medical field.

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