(L to R) Jenna Steinbeck, Justin Garrison, McKenzie Minzenmayer

Jenna Steinbeck
Jenna was an active of the following clubs: the National Honor Society, Serteens, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.  She received the academic excellence award during her sophomore, junior, and senior years. She was a superchamp in the 14’s and 16’s USTA age division, team tennis district champs all four years, she was a member of the varsity team all four years, tennis individual district champ freshman, sophomore, and junior years.  Her major in college is going to be architecture with a major in environmental design at Texas A & M University. 

Justin Garrison
Justin was active as a member of the National Honor Society and Serteen. He has had the highest average in architectural graphics in 2003-2004.  He has been a member of the varsity tennis team district champs 2002-2004, varsity team tennis regional finals 2002 and 2003, varsity team tennis regional semifinals in 2002 and 2004, varsity spring tennis regional qualifiers in doubles in 2004, and is currently playing USTA championship boys 18’s. He plans to major in architecture at Texas A & M University.

McKenzie Minzenmayer
McKenzie was a member of the National Honor Society, Peers Assistance and Leadership Services, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She was a member of varsity tennis all four years of high school.  Her list of accomplishments are: 2001-2002 Regional team finalist, 2002-2003 Regional team semi-finalist, 2003-2004 regional team finalist and Most Outstanding Tennis Player, 2004-2005 Regional team semi-finalist, and achieving super champ in girls 14’s and 16’s. Her plans include graduating from college with a degree in psychology.  She plans to attend Texas A & M University. 

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