Thursday, August 20, 2015

High school grads net scholarships from USTA

   The USTA has awarded college scholarships to three Northern Californians.
   Savannah Fisher of Oakland and Yok Jing Kamerian Ma of Manteca received $8,000 educational scholarships, and Annie Banks of Manteca picked up $1,000 for textbooks.
   Fisher, a recent graduate of Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School, will attend the University of La Verne in the Los Angeles area.
   Ma, from Manteca High School, is headed to the University of California at Davis.
   And Banks, a Sierra High School grad, will enroll at Brigham Young University-Idaho in Rexburg.
   The USTA's charitable foundation awards college scholarships annually to high school seniors who have excelled academically, served the community and participated in organized tennis.
   The foundation awarded $373,000 to 53 high school students nationwide this spring.

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