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2010 Scholarship Winners

Brent David Hale – Dayton FFA

Brent David Hale is the son of Jay C. and Jeanette Hale of Dayton, Texas; Brent ranked third out of a class of 276. He had an SAT score of 1870 and an ACT score of 29. Brent plans on attending Texas A & M and has planned a career to practice small and large animal veterinary medicine. His SAEP includes a total of seven head of cattle, six of these are Purebred Polled Herefords and one crossbred (Maine Anjou x Angus x Simmental). Brent was very active in the Young Farmer activities at Dayton Livestock Show.    

Riley Jo Davidson – Fairfield FFA   
Riley Jo Davidson is the daughter of Cyler and Tammy Davidson; She ranked fifteenth of 133 and plans on attending Baylor University to major in physical therapy. Riley has been very active in the Young Farmer activities at Fairfield, specifically with their fundraising projects. When there was an activity taking place, Riley was there. Her SAT score was 1480. She was active in the Freestone County Fair, where she exhibited a steer each year and was able to make the sale each time.        

Raylee Hobbs – Barbers Hill FFA   
Raylee is the daughter of Dayne and Brandy Hobbs and is ranked thirteenth of 282. She plans on attending Texas A & M University to major in engineering. Raylee scored 21 on the ACT. Her SAEP has consisted of showing goats, steers, lambs and beef cattle. She has exhibited animals in Houston, Dallas and several local shows. She was the Vice President of the Barbers Hill FFA Chapter and has also been active assisting the Barbers Hill Young Farmer Chapter in their activities.        

Shelby Amanda Collins – Chico FFA      

Shelby Amanda is the daughter of Shane and Terri Hedrick and is ranked third of 51 and plans on attending Texas Tech University to study animal science/pharmaceutical animal health rep. Shelby scored 1510 on the SAT and 22 on the ACT. She has been active in the Young Farmer Buckle Show, annual bingo fundraiser and the Chico FFA serving as chapter president her senior year. Her SAEP consisted of breeding beef heifers, market swine and breeding swine.        

Morgan Leanne Fuller – Fairfield FFA     
Morgan Leanne is the daughter of Mike and Jina Fuller and is ranked seventh of 133. Morgan plans on attending Texas A & M University to study biomedical science. Morgan scored 24 on her ACT and has been very active working with the local Young Farmer chapter in their fundraising activities and the local FFA chapter serving as chapter vice president and Area VIII vice president, this her senior year. Her SAEP has consisted of market steers and breeding beef heifers, which she has exhibited at major shows and the local county show.  


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