Area students win National Merit scholarships

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Eighteen students from Tarrant County area high schools have won $2,500 National Merit scholarships to attend colleges and universities next year.

The list of 2,500 high school seniors who won awards, which are mostly financed by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, was released Tuesday.

Students were chosen from among the 15,000 teens who advanced to the finalist level in the National Merit Scholarship competition. Students entered the competition as high school juniors by taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test in October 2011.

The area recipients and their high school, award sponsor and likely career fields are:

Argyle

Davis W. Coghlan, Argyle, mechanical engineering

Arlington

David C. Fraser Jr., Oakridge School, mechanical engineering

Benjamin Yang, Martin, education

Euless

Wendy M. Davidson, Trinity, biomedical engineering

Benbrook

Juhun Bae, Western Hills, oncology

Colleyville

Daniel M. Kwak, Grapevine, medicine

Fort Worth

Amritha V. Gourisankar, Paschal, pediatric neurosurgery

James Morgan Sawyer, Haltom, actuarial science

Flower Mound

Nicholas A. Prescott, Flower Mound, biochemistry

Sangah S. Song, Flower Mound, oncology

Grand Prairie

Amit M. Narawane, Oakridge School, medicine

Haslet

Kassidy A. Knight, Northwest, computer engineering

Keller

Cayla M. Martin, Keller, ecology

Mansfield

Laura L. Baker, Legacy, public health

Saginaw

Joseph E. Hood, Boswell, politics

Southlake

Neha Jain, Carroll, entrepreneurship

Eunice P. Lee, Carroll Senior, law

Westlake

Taylor M. Braun, Westlake Academy, entrepreneurship

Jessamy Brown, 817-390-7326 Twitter: @jessamybrown

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