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Graphic: Utah students entering Air Force Academy

By Nate Carlisle

| The Salt Lake Tribune

First Published Apr 30 2014 04:03 pm • Last Updated Apr 30 2014 09:54 pm

Eleven Utah high school students have been accepted to the U.S. Air Force Academy.

Two more students have been selected to enter the academy’s preparatory school, the Air Force said.

At a glance

Who’s joining

Academy entries

Bryan Wolz Anderson » Centerville, Viewmont High School

Cole Bennett Merseth » Stansbury, Stansbury High School

Kristen Nicole Shimkus » Draper, Juan Diego Catholic High School

Tylar Jason Hanson » Hill AFB, Bingham High School

McKenna Grace Cox » West Jordan, Mountain View High School

Monroe Carrington Dauwalder » Alpine, Utah County Academy of Science

John Hawkins Romney » Alpine, Lone Peak High School

Benjamin Paul Smith » Orem, Timpanogos High School

Cortney Porter » South Ogden, Bonneville High School

Jillian Lemay Combs » Sandy, Waterford School

Kaleb David Naylor » Taylorsville, Murray High School

Preparatory school

Ryan Theodore Pauley » Salt Lake City, Judge Memorial HS

Kaden Ross Taylor » Riverton, Riverton High School

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In all 1,200 high school students from across the country are entering the academy’s class of 2018.

The Air Force Academy is in Colorado Springs, Colo.


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