KATY (Covering Katy News) - Seven Katy Independent School District student athletic trainers were recently awarded Sports Medicine scholarships from Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital.
Each recipient was awarded a $500 sports medicine scholarship in recognition of the distinguished service the students provide to KISD athletic programs. This year’s recipients are: Loughlin Douglas from Tompkins High School; Breanne Veeder from Cinco Ranch High School; Ashley McMasters and Noell Walker from Morton Ranch High School; Caroline Canterbury and Jared Pollack from Seven Lakes High School; and Sabrina Haagenson from Katy High School.
Douglas is heading to the University of North Texas to study sports medicine. Veeder will study medicine at the University of Texas San Antonio. McMasters plans to attend Stephen F Austin State University to study athletic training. Walker will be attending Texas Southern University. Canterbury is heading to Texas Tech University to study medicine. Pollack will be attending Lone Star College. Haagenson is heading to Marietta College to study physical therapy.
This is the 12th year that Memorial Hermann Katy has awarded these scholarships to KISD students. Parents, KISD Athletic Directors and each school’s head athletic trainer were in attendance for the scholarship presentation.
Memorial Hermann Katy is the official healthcare provider of KISD, providing education, training and medical services that support student athletes, their coaches and families. Memorial Hermann Katy also offers innovative orthopedic care. Services range from non-surgical and minimally invasive procedures, surgery, and rehabilitation for muscle, joint and bone injuries and abnormalities. Memorial Hermann Katy is also the home of the Memorial Hermann Sports Park-Katy, a first-of-its-kind sports medicine and human performance facility set to open this fall. For more information about Memorial Hermann Katy, call 713.222.CARE (2273) or visit http://www.memorialhermann.org/.