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Valedictorian Lillian Wilmarth and salutatorian James Marrs were among the students who graduated from Matoaca High School June 4. Wilmarth and Marrs were among... Matoaca High School graduates 416

Valedictorian Lillian Wilmarth and salutatorian James Marrs were among the students who graduated from Matoaca High School June 4.

Wilmarth and Marrs were among 81 students who received college scholarships.

Tobias Konieczka and Drew Lather each received $100,000 scholarships. Konieczka was awarded Hampden-Sydney College’s Venable Scholarship, while Lather got a Human Dynamics scholarship from Syracuse University.

Others who received scholarships of $20,000 or more include: Dalton Powers, $96,000 from Virginia Wesleyan; Denai Williamson, $96,000 from Bridgewater College; Victoria Roberts, $88,000 from Virginia Wesleyan; Ayanna Scarborough, $85,000 from Roanoke College; Tahani Dickson, $80,120 from Berkeley College; Ryan Smith, $60,000 from Lynchburg College; Brianna Walker, $60,000 from Moore College of Art & Design; Robert “Reid” Brown, $60,000 from Mary Washington; Maiya Pencile, $58,800 from Shenandoah University and $500 from Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity; Amyia Mason, $57,808 from Alderson-Broaddus; Cai Williamson, $52,000 from Le Moyne College; Kendrick West, $51,200 from Marymount; Madison Thrasher, $50,000 from Bluefield College; Cole McLean, $40,000 from Virginia State; Kayla Emerson, $39,000 from Lynchburg College; Precious Trotter, $35,004 from Hampton; Ashley Caldwell, $30,000 from Clemson; Emily Covington, $28,000 from Virginia Commonwealth and $750 from Chesterfield Youth Softball Association; Britney Armstrong, $24,000 from Longwood University; Justin Blanks, $24,000 from Old Dominion; Deyonah Whitehead, $23,000 from Johnson & Wales University; and Madison Braswell, $20,000 from Virginia Tech.