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(Brienne Green – Daily Press)

Artesia High School senior Taylor Null, a member of the Bulldog football, basketball and baseball teams, has been named one of 17 students receiving $23,000 in scholarships from the NMAA Foundation. The scholarship recipients will be recognized March 6-10 during the state basketball tournaments in Albuquerque. More than 300 students applied in the eight scholarship categories. Null was one of three athletes receiving the Dan and Lucille Wood/Gray Gladiator Scholarship, presented by Subway, a $1,000 scholarship presented to students excelling in both athletics and academics.