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Buc Days grants $62,500 in scholarships on Facebook live

Posted at 10:44 PM, May 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-03 15:55:15-04

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Buc Days may have been postponed until November, but the Buccaneer Commission handed out scholarships and crowned the King and Queen of Buc Days tonight.

The announcement was made via Facebook live on a Zoom video chat.

The total amount of scholarships awarded this year totals at $62,500.

2020 Scholarship Recipient Details:

  • Miss Buc Days & Miss Congeniality - Cierra Garcia, Veterans Memorial High School $8,500
  • 1st Runner Up - Xitlali Gallegos, W.B. Ray High School $5,000
  • 2nd Runner Up - Kristan Rodriguez, Taft High School $3,500
  • Miss Congeniality (tie) - Alison Duncan, Incarnate Word Academy $2,500
  • Finalist - Alyssa Friudenberg, London High School $2,000
  • Finalist - Elizabeth Kemp, Flour Bluff High School $2,000
  • Finalist – Lauren Lindemann, Flour Bluff High School $2,000
  • Finalist - Holley Nelson, Woodsboro High School $2,000
  • Finalist - Caitlin Sannes, Calallen High School $2,000
  • Finalist - Mallory Wilcox, Tuloso Midway High School $2,000
  • Buc Days King - Anthony Matl, Incarnate Word Academy $8,000
  • 1st Runner Up - Gabe Garcia, H M King High School $5,000
  • 2nd Runner Up - Nico Trujillo, Veterans Memorial High School $3,500
  • Top Wrangler - Chence Hull, Tuloso-Midway High School $2,500
  • Finalist - Nic Balboa, Veterans Memorial High School $2,000
  • Finalist - Holden Biediger, Gregory-Portland High School $2,000
  • Finalist - Matthew Cantu, Moody High School $2,000
  • Finalist - Jeremy DeGaish, Incarnate Word Academy $2,000
  • Finalist - Lukas Graf, W. B. Ray High School $2,000
  • Finalist - Connor Hein, Incarnate Word Academy $2,000

The Buccaneer Commission says that have awarded $1,373,700 in 1996.