Five local athletic trainers were recently awarded Sports Medicine scholarships from Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital. Katy High School recipients Danielle Carlin and Alyssa Carlin, Cinco Ranch High School’s Dakota Brower, Taylor High School recipient Juliana Jimenez and Seven Lakes High School’s Whitney White each received $600 in recognition of the distinguished service they provided to Katy ISD athletic programs during their high school careers.
Each student has big plans for the future. Danielle Carlin will attend HoustonCommunity College and Alyssa Carlin will travel west to San Marcos where she is enrolled at Texas State University. Dakota Brower will train to become an EMT at Houston Community College while Juliana Jimenez will start her studies at The University of Texas in Austin. Whitney White is attending BlinnCollege in the fall. For more information on Memorial Hermann Katy, call 281.644.7000.
Pictured from left to right: Scott Barbe, Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital CEO; Charlie Stevens, Katy ISD Assistant Athletic Director; Russell Sadberry, Katy High School Athletic Trainer; Danielle Carlin; Justin Landers, Katy High School Athletic Trainer; Alyssa Carlin; Bennett Johnson, Cinco Ranch High School Athletic Trainer; Dakota Brower; Anjanette Butts, Taylor High School Athletic Trainer; Juliana Jimenez; David Worden, Seven Lakes High School Trainer; and Jim Parisi, Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital COO. Whitney White is not pictured.