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West Coast Jamboree Scholarship Program

For the fourth straight year, the West Coast Jamboree Scholarship Program will be the only high school tournament in the country to help selected seniors pay for their college expenses.

After a preliminary application, 24 seniors who played in the 2019 West Coast Jamboree were named as finalists. They will now move on to the second stage of the process,  which will consider athletic achievement, good sportsmanship, academic excellence and leadership as criteria for awarding the scholarships.

The 24 finalists are:

Julia Anderson, Credo-Rohnert Park

Grace Bliss, Colfax

Abbey Brown, Middletown

Jessica Buzzard, Willits

Mackenzie Cassingham, Central Valley-Shasta Lake

Daylee Dunn, Salesian-Richmond

Marissa Durst, Concord

Naarai Gomez, Canby OR

Layla Gones, Alhambra-Martinez

Morgan Groves, Vintage-Napa

Cassandra Gutierrez, Buhach Colony-Atwater

Litzy Infante, Calistoga

Reese McKay Jones, El Segundo

Sydney Jou, Mark Keppel-Alhambra

Rosemarie Kiyemba, Clayton Valley Charter-Concord

Kristina Kravchuk, Roseville

Lydia Manu, Aragon-San Mateo

Malie Marfil, Kamehameha Kapalama-Honolulu

Malia Mastora, St. Joseph Notre Dame-Alameda

Rashonda Rhodes, Santa Cruz

Marisela Kristina Singleton, Maria Carillo-Santa Rosa

Sarah Tang, James Logan-Union City

Niyarah Valdamoro, Westmoor-Daly City

Kristin Young, Carlsbad

The winners will be announced this spring.

Previous Winners


Alyssa Andrews, Vintage-Napa

Klara Astrom, Pinewood-Los Altos Hills

Paige Lyons, Eureka


Abigail Andrus, Mount Shasta

Emily Garcia, LACES-Los Angeles

Zoe Stachowski, Redwood-Larkspur


Emily Andrus, Mount Shasta

Aileen Flynn, Orland

Brookelyn Vance-Larkin, Calaveras-San Andreas