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WHO ARE WE? THE MO)T OBVIOU) AN)WER TO THAT QUE)TION: "BUffALO HI6H )CHOOL" WHILE
THAT AN)WER I) CORRECT. IT DOE)N1 CAPTURE WHO WE REALLY ARE. "BUffALO HI6H )CHOOL?"
THAT) JU)T ANAME, AMA)K.
BUT WHAT HAPPEN) WHEN WE TAKE Off THE MA)K? DO WE BECOME AN AVEf\A6E PER) ON, A)
)UPERHEROE) DO? OR DO WE BECOME )OMETHIN6 BElTER?
LIKE )UPERHEROE), WE HAVE ALOT Of 600D QUALITIE) TO CONTRIBUTE TO OUR IDENTITIE). WE
AREUNb VI I nwHEN WE DON OUR ")UPER fAN)" CO)TUME TO )UPPORT OUR VOLLEYBALL TEAM. WE ARE
/I vJr:J nl //. WHEN WE TUTOR YOUN6ER )TUDENT) IN BI)ON TIME. WE AREUNOENIAB WHEN WE READILY
AND EA)ILY ACCEPT NEW )TUDENT) A) ONE Of OUR OWN. WE ARE Nl'fl<r I<A ' WHEN WE WEAR OUR
COWBOY BOOT) WITH OUR BA)KETBALL )HORT). WE ARE )0 MANY THIN6), AND )0 ARE )UPERHEROE).
)UPERHEROE) BECOME BElTER BY PU1TIN6 THEIR MA)K) ON. IN REALITY, WE A) )TUDENT) BECOME BElTER
BY TAKIN6 OUR MA)K) Off. )I MilAR TO )UPERHEROE), TAKIN6 Off THE MA)K 61VE) U) OUR
TRUE IDENTITY.
THI) I) THE YEAR WHERE WE fiND OUT OUR TRUE IDENTITIE).
THI) I) THE YEAR WHERE WE BECOMEv, mn)r 1-J.

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MRS. INGRAM PlAYED
VARSITY SOCCER HER
FRESHMEN YEAR.
BOTH OF MRS. BROWNFIB..DS
PARENTS ARE MARINES.
MS. SCHNSOER HAS A TWIN
SISTER.

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ROBIN RfTCI-IIE DEBBY DRYER TERESA MASARY .EREMIE AKINS TOMSTOKFS
SUPERINTENDENT ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT HSPRINaPAL HS ASSISTANT PRINCFAL A TI-ILETIC DIRECTOR

RACHEAL S IMPSON
AND B.1..EN HADCX:X:X.

RO\IV 1 DIANE FRANTZ AND PAUtA


JENKINS. RO\IV 2 AB..JCJA
LOUDERSAUGH, AMrA CARVER,
AMANDA SCNVOEN, AND .ENNIFER
SIMON

JESSICA MUWES, RONNIE


D...ASPILl_ JUSTIN GLOR, LARRY
BOBRUK/8/VICZ, A N D LARRY
OJN E
TO ACHIEVE BRIGI-fT R.JGI-fT STUDENTS MUST SCORE OVER A 30 ON
THEIR ACT; THIS YEAR THERE WERE FOUR OUTSTANDING STUDENTS WHO USED
THEIR RESOURCES TO EXCf3_ TREMENDOUSLY ON THEIR TEST. SENIORS
MORGAN HENDERSON, TAYLOR STANTON, MIRANDA MAVERICK, AND GOWN
WEBB ALL RECEIVED A SCORE OF 31 OR HIGHER ON THEIR ACT TESTS. WHEN
ASKED WHAT SHE DID TO PREPARE FOR THE TEST, MORGAN HENDERSON
REPUED "I TOOK ACT PREP IN SUMMER SCHOOL WITH MS. MADDUX. IT REALLY
Ha.PED ME FEE_ COMFORTABLE WITH TAKING THE ACT, AND IT Ha.PED ME BUMP
UP MY SCORE" THESE FOUR INTH.LECTUAL SENIORS ROCKED THE ACT BY ALL
1.CHARLJE CRA.f\E WfTH HER
SCIENCE FAIR BOARD. 2 . MS. LARA JOHNSON
1-13..Ptf\JG AUSTlN WIWAMS AND DYLAN
a.E/\11/VIONS WfTH THEIR LAB.
3 . REBECCA a.JRTIS AND TAYLORANN IVERAZ
WRmf\JG ORSfrAL NOTAT10NS ON THE SOARD
4 . ERIN HICKS SHOV/1\JG TAO<S THROUGH A
STRAW FOR HER PRO£CT
5 . CXlliJN WEBS AND ADAM I-UN11.EY 0011\JG
LAB. 6 . ETHAN BARTEL Lcx::>Kif\JG
HIS BIOLOGY SOCJK. 7 . COLTEN KENAOY PUUJI\JG
HIS EXPERt/VENT OUT OF THE BEAKER
8 TRENTON WB..LS' ~FAIR SOARD.
9 CHRISTOPt-ER IVIOORE AND CONNOR
f'viCXX)Nf\EL CONSTRUCT/1\JG DNA 10 COLE
IVICGUIRES SCIENCE FAIR BOARD. 11 JAfVES
SMfTH, LANDON DAVIS, AND SEN SMfrH WORK
TOGErHER

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1. KYLE EAGLEBUAGER
WORKS QUETI..YON HIS WORK
ON Tl-£ CHAOIIIEBCX)K 2 . PHIUP
CANOLE WORKS ON HS
ASSIGNIIIENr IN a..ASS. 3 . MS
fVB.JSSA KU...BURN TEAa-£8 1-ER
ALGEBRA EXPLORATIONS o...ASS
ON OISTRIBUnON PROPERTY
4 . KRISTIN LOVEJOY WORKS ON
1-ER MATH QUETI..Y TO GET IN
CX>/'E. 5 . LAO BAN<S USTENS TO
Tl-£ TEACH:R 6 JOHN SMrrHSON
WORKS ON HIS MATH
HOIIIEINORK. 7 KAffl.YN KINCAID
AND VB..VET o...AY WORK
TOGETI-ER ON A MATH PRO..ECr
8 . MS. KIJ..BURN HaPS SIDf'EY
MAUZEY ON HIS CROMEBOOK
wrrH A MATH PROBLEM
9 . MORGAN TEOLOCK AND KAYUN
HJTCH1f\K3S WORK TOGETI-ER ON
A GROI..P ASSIGNENr 10. MARIA
ARNC!LD WORKS ON 1-ER MATH
HOIIIEINORK. 11 COt..BY KRAIVER
USES A COMPASS ON HIS MATH
ASSIGE1IIENT 12 MS. LAURA
COPB...AND WORKS ON GRADING
QUIZZES WHILE 1-ER a..ASS
WORKS QUETI..Y ON TH3R
ASSIGNIIIENr 13. BLAKE BLYB.J
WORKS ON 1-ER ALGEBRA 1
ASS1Gl311ENT QUETI..y

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EVANS WORKS ON THE CHROME BOOK WRmNG
AN ESSAY. 3 . MARIAH RUBLE CREATES A ROUGH
DRAFT FOR HER ESSAY. 4 . MS. BROWNRB..D
HB..PS COLTEN KENADY ON THE RESEARCH
PAPER HE IS TYPING. 5 . DONTAE TOPPIN DOING
HIS RESEARCH ON BENJAMIN FRANKUN. 6 . THE
SIGN LANGUAGE OASS SIGNS THE ALPHABEr
(t..a=T TO RIGHT) ROW 1: PAIGE GARRETT,

..ENNif\FER-LYNOSEY MORGAN, EIV11LY POTTER,


TRISTAN RJGriT, BRADY DECKARD, AND KODY
CRUZAN. 7. TY SKARIN LOOKING OVER THE
ENGUSH Ill POWERPOINT PAPER. 8 . MICAYLA

PARTNER WORK FOR THSR VOCABULARY


WORKSf-EEr. 9 . KAYLN WILKEY WRmNG HER
READER'S RESPONSE 10. MICHAS.. JENKS RWNG
WORKING ON THBR INTEREST GROUP ESSAYS IN MR.
SMrrHS UBER1Y AND LAW a..ASS. 2 . BRYAN VALENCIA WORKS
ON A GROUP PROJECT IN AMERICAN HISTORY. 3. MR. NOLAN
GOES OVER THE DAY'S LESSON WrrH HIS a..ASS. 4 . TRISTEN
DYE READS HIS ASSIGNMENT sa=oRE STARTING THE WORK.
5 . ASHLEY SALYAROS, NICHOlAS JOHNSON, AND BRrrTANIE
THOUSAND USTEN TO THSR HISTORY LESSON. 6 . /IAORGAN
WALL HAS RNISHED HER PSYCHOLOGY WORK FOR TI-E DAY.
7 . DALTON a..ASBY WORKS ON HIS HISTORY ESSAY ON A
DURING CHOIR
5. NATALE NIMMO PRACTICES A SOLO
CHOIR 6 . JOSH.JA POPfB..ARZ

RAYS n-£ AANO. 9 . KAITLYN MANARY


AND ABIGAl.. TODD PRACTICE n-£
XYLCJPHC)I\E. 10. ANNA WHFPI.E
WORKS ON 1-ER WEAVING PAO..ECT
HER BATCH OF COOKIES. 2 . CODY ANDERSON AND CODY
GANN ASSIST EACH OTI-£R ON A waDING PRO.ECT. 3 . MS.
GAYlE DISSNIORE TEACHES HER FOOD SCIENCE a.ASS.
4 . ANGB._O HAZE.. AND NICHOLAS ROBBINS WORK ON AN
ONU QUIZ IN F'ERSONAL ANANCE 5 . l.AKYN WIMBERLY,
UAYTON SO KERSTEN STRIO<LAND, AND KRISTA BORO
WORK TOGEri-£R IN F8LA LEADERSHIP a.ASS ON A TEAM
BUILDING EXERCISE 6 . l.AKYN WIMBERLY AND CARTER LUTHER
MAKE PIZZA DOUGH. 7. CODY GANN WORK ON A waDING
PROJECT. 8 . MEAGAN MASSONI, HANNAH SORENSON, AND
JENNIFER MORGAN LEARN NEVV OOOKING TECHNIQUES FROM
MS.OISSNIOR 9 . ..AJUA PRICE waDS. 10. KAU PFAU OOOKS.
ON HIS TRICS"S. 10. KOOY
CRUZAN WORKS ON A FAMILY
l-EALTH ASSIGNf\AENT. 11.
"IT'S DOUBLE THE GIGGLES, AND DOUBLE THE GRINS, AND DOUBLE THE
TROUBLE IF YOU'RE BLESSED WITH 1WINS'-AUTHOR UNKNOWN. THIS YEAR AT
BUFFALO HIGH SCHOOL WE HAVE SIX SETS OF1WINS: ONE FRESHMEN SET, THREE
SOPHOMORE SETS, AND 1WO SENIOR SETS (LEFT TO RIGHT) ROW 1: HANNAH
SOREI\JSON, BETH SORENSON. ROW 2 : BAILEY STONE1v1EI\J, BROOKE STONE1v1EI\J,
Elv11LY TODD, ABIGAIL TODD. ROW 3 : BEI\J SMITH, JAMES SMITH, AMANDA HUNTLEY,
ADAM HUNTLEY, JEREMY SCHMIED, JOSH SCHMIED. "QOSE TO THE HEART WELL
ALWAYS BE FRIEI\JDS FROM THE START, MY SISTER, AND ME"-BROOKE STONE1v1EI\J
'WE ARE BOTH HIGH a..ASS BALLERS'-BEI\JJE1v11N SMITH.
GOINS, HALEY GRONMGER, CHLOE FRANCIS, SHELBY
JAO<SON 2 TAe<Y TLESOAY· ACNV 1· TIIIIIOTHY FRENCH,
NIOOI...AS PAESI.EY, D-IARUE CAAI'E. TAINrTY GOINS,
TAYLOR STANTON, EMILY RICHARDSON ACNV 2: KAYLA
MASON GRACE OAAACNV. JESSICA VAZO..EZ KRISTINA
TOOO. EMilEE TOOO. GABRAB..LA RAMOS. JOANNA
BACNVN, SKYLAR WIMse=ILY, ABIGAL TOOO. ACNV 3
HAILEY CX>NRAO, HALEY GRONNIGER, MICHAB... .EN<S,
fiiiORGAN I-ENDERSON, .A.JI.ETTE MOORE, DENNIS
PARHAM JR, OANIS.LE .EN<S, RICK WfTT, STB"HANIE

Q.ASS COLOR. 6 . B.J..EN HADDOCK WEARS HER 80'S


WORKOJr ATTIRE. 7 GRACE OAAACNV, KRIST"A BOAC>.
SKYLAR WIMse=ILY, EMilEE TOOO, D-IAAt£ CRANE.
G/FL AND AJNG BEAR AJDE IN
THE PARADEJ 2. TI-lE 20 15
PARADE BEGINS 3. FRSSHIVEN
a.ASS OF 2018 FlOAT.
4 Ql..£EN CANDIDATE.

CANOY TO TI-lE KIDS


5 . FRESHMAN ATTENDANT.
BRIANNA COBB IS BSNG
EUZABE!TH .JACKSON, MORGAN HENDERSON, KRISTA
BOAO, SA/ANNA COBB, AND MORGAN WALL. 2 . THOMAS
CLEMMONS AND DALLAS MCGUIRE LOOK ON AS FORMER
QUEEN HALEY GILPIN CROWNS MORGAN HENDERSON.
3 . CHASE MrTCHEl.L ESCORTS SEN/OR CANDIDATE KRISTA
SOAO. 4 . SEN/OR CANDIDATE AUSON GORMAN /S
ESCORTED BY THOMAS HE/PKE. 5 . DALLAS MCQUIRE
ESCORTS HOMECOMING QUEEN MORGAN HENDERSON.
6 . CODY KAUZAN ESCORTS QUEEN CANDIDATE EUZABETH
.JACKSON. 8 . AUSTIN A/CE ESCORTS .JUNIOR ATTENDANT
MORGAN WALL. 9 . BROOKLYN WEBB, SOPHOMORE
ATTENDANT /S ESCORTED BY GAVIN KUECK 10. COLE
MCGUIRE ESCORTS FRESHMAN ATTENDANT SA/ANNA
COBB. 11 . THE 2013 QUEEN /S ACCOMPANIED BY THE
HONORARY RING BEARER AND FLOWER GIRL.

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1. CH~I~TOPHE~ TREfT 3. ~OW 1: ~HEI.BY JACK~ON,
DOE~ lHE WOM-1." ~BECCA CU!{m. ~OWl,
Z.Lff~ DANCE! HALEY COLlEN KENADY.THOMA~
6~0NN16E~AND A~HLEY HEIPKE. K~I~TEN ~AWYE~
CON MD. JOHN ~MITH~ON.

4. DAKOTA THOMP~ON AND


KAITLYN MANA~Y DANCE TO
~HYTHM Of THEI~ HEA!{TS.
CHAjU.EE HOD6~ AMANDA
HUNTLEY 6.BlAKE BILYEU
6ETT1N6 HE~ 6~00VE ON.
7.6ETT1N' JI66Y! CHARUE
CMN~JOHN ~MITH~ON,
~ANDE~~ON. PHIUP
CAN OLE.

8. ~KYIA~ WIMBE~Y. HANNAH WILUAM~. ClAYTON


BONE 9. NATALEE WILHITE ENJOY~ THE DANCE.
10. NATALEE WILHITE AND ~KYIA~ WIMBE~Y MOVE TO
THE MU~IC. 11. M0~6AN HENDE~ON 6m LOW AND
~TRIKE~ APOSE. 12. HA~ UND~AY AND KAYIA
MASON."IT WA~ HOT. Cp..Al(, AND fUN!" -KAYIA
MA~ON

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1. KRI)TA BORO (HE(K) IN ON MONICA
ADAM) DURIN6 THE BLOOD DRIVE. Z.
MAKAYlA )(HLEUNIN6 6ET) HER BLOOD
PRf))UR£ TAKEN BEfORE 61VIN6 BLOOD.
3. KATIE KAY) DONATED BLOOD TO HELP

7. MIRANDA MAVERICK )IT) CALMLY WHILE DONATIN6 BLOOD TO THE


COMMUNITY BLOOD CENTER OfTHE OZARK). 8. DAKOTA LORENZ AND
JEREMY HO)TETLER 6RAB A)NACK TO HELP R£6AIN THEIR )TR£N6TH
61VIN6 BLOOD. 9.AU)TIN )CHNEIDER HA) HI) VITAL) CHECKED PRIOR
DONATIN6 BLOOD.10. )HARON DAVE) NERVOU)LY AWAIT) HER TURN
61VE.11. HANNAH RUMfELT I) ADEDICATED BLOOD DONOR!

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!!i)-!X:J:J3'3if ~%.37?~
3~ ~3:;Jj).;]J~
DOWN THE COURT WfTH TI-E GAME IN
"fT WAS ENTERTAINING TO WATCH PEOA.E GEr
HIS HANDS! 8 . a.AYTON BONE
9 . COACH TYLER HENRY PROCRASTINATING.
WI-EN ASKED FOR HIS FAVORITE PART OF DONKEY
10. HANNA WIMBERLY RIDES AWAY WfTH THE
BASKETBALL, AUSTIN SCHf\BDER ANSWERED, "fT
BAUJ 11 . MADISON WISE 12. SPENCER
WAS A GREAT EXPERIENCE SHOOTING A
ASHWORTH 13. GREG WIMBERLY TAKES
BASKETBALL OFF OF A DONKEYS SAO<."
DYLAN COBB SAID "THE BEST PART WAS RIDING A
WOULD cxx:>PERATE 15. MARIAH
DONKEY."
ENJOYING THE GAME

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1. lEVI (AIU. ROW l AMANDA HUNTUY. EUSE QUISENBERI{l'.HAllY
6RONN16ER. TAYlO~NN h1E!W. TEPJ AN6lEN. DAKOTA 6RUBER. SKYlER
VElVET ClAY.CHARUE ~NE.l. DAKOTA 6RUBER AS NICK NOIR
VElVET ClAY AS SElh1A INTERR06ATE lEVI (AIU.} fROh1lEFTTO
lEVI (AIU. DAKOTA 6RUBER Ah1ANDA HUNTUY,EUSE QUISENBERI{l'.
VElVET ClAY.TEPJ AN6lEN. HAllY 6RONN16ER. TAYlO~NN h1EjW.
6RONN16ER STATED. 1T WAS h1Y flRST PERfOiUJIANCE SO I WAS KIND Of
NERVOUS. BUT AS SOON AS THE CURTAIN WENT UP THE fEEUN6
VElVET ClAY. lEVI (AIU. EUSE QUISENBERI{l'. AND HALEY 6RONNI6ER SIT
(AfE WHilE DAKOTA 6RUBER TALKS TO Ah1ANDA HUNTlEY. 5. DAKOTA
6RUBERAND VElVET ClAY INTERROMTE Ah1ANDA HUNTUY. 6 CURTAIN
ClOSIN6. CHARLIE CRANE. EUSE QUISENBERI{l'. lEVI lEVI (AIU. Atr1ANDA
HUNTUY. VElVET CLAY. DAKOTA 6RUBER. SKYlER SHERh1AN. TAYLOR/INN
h1E!W. AND HAlEY 6RONNI6ER flNISH THEIR PERfOiUJIANCES 7.Ah1ANDA
HUNTUY AND TAYlOR/INN tr1E!W HU61T OUT.Ah1ANDA HUNTUY,WHO
HAS BEEN IN tr1UlTIPlE SCHOOl PlAYS. COtr1tr1ENTED.1lOVE THEATER
BE(AUSE IT 61VES h1E CONTROL I lOVE h1AKIN6 AN AUDIENCE IAU6H AND
CRY BE(AUSE Of THE THIN6S THATI Ah1 SAYIN6." 8.DAKOTA 6RUBER AND
VElVET ClAY INTERR06ATE SKYlER SHEIUT1AN AS COCO PURVIS.IN THE PlAY.
WAS 1\EVEAlED THAT SHEiUTIAN'SCHARACTER WAS NOT WHO SHE SAID
WAS q.VElVET ClAY SHOWS DAKOTA 6RUBER SOtr1ETHIN61N THE
NEWSPAPER 10.CHARUE CRANE AS 6EOR61A 60R£ SITS IN PRECIOUS
PERKS comE SHOP WHilE TAYLOR/I Ntr1E!W WORKS
1. VETERANS srAND FOR THE BHS CHOIR'S SONG.
2. HANNAH RUMFB..T GIVES HER VETERANS DAY SPEECH.
3. THE VErERANS USTEN TO THE SPEECH MONOLCX3UE
4 . AS THE ARMED FORCES MEDLEY IS SANG, EAD-1
BRAND-l OF THE MIUTARY srANDS DURING THEIR PART.
5. VETERANS ENJOY BREAKFAsr PROVIDED BY snJOENT
COUNCIL 6 . CARLEY SMfrH GIVES A MOVING SPEECH
EXPRESSING HER THANKFlJL...NESS FOR THE VErERANS
SERVICE. 7 . ROSE VAZQUEZ srrs WfrH AUNT MOM WHO
SERVED IN THE MIUTARY. 8 . PAJGE GARRETT GIVES HER
SPEECH ON DEMOCRACY AND THE FAMIUES OF
VETERANS. 9 . THE VETERANS SALUTE THE A.AG. 10. THE
VETERAN HOPES FOR PEACE! 11. THE VErERANS DAY
ASSE!VIBLY IS READY TO BEGIN.
IIII(X)ANIB._, CC>DY ADKINS. 2. (LEFT TO RIGHT) REBEKAH COOLEY, TARYN BJA, GABRAB...LA RA!IIfOS, El'v11LEE TODD, AND TAYLOR
HOLD UP NATALEE WILHITE ON WESTERN DAY. 3 . HANNA WIMBERLY AND MADISON WISE 4 . GIVE DRLIGS THE BOOT
(LEFT TO RIGHT) ROW 1: NATALEE WILHITE, REBEKAH COOLEY, TARYN BJA, El'v11L.EETODD, TAYLOR COUJNS, GABRAB...L..A ,.,,.."v''-'"'•
ROW 2: MADISON WISE, HANNA WIMBERLY, CHEYENNE WAGGONER, JESSICA VAZQUEZ, OESIRAE BARTON. KRISTAN LOVEJOY.
LORETTA BETTENCC>URT. TAYDRIANA NAPIER. KYA OLMSTEAD. ROW 3 : AMANDA HUNTl..EY. ASHLEY SALYARDS, JOSHUA
WISDOM. CHARUE CRANE. LAUREN MADDUX, MORGAN TEDLOO<, KAYLSGH CC>OK. SHELBY JAO<SON. El'v11LY RICHARDSON.
SARA KULL ROW 4 : TYLER HEATH. DAKOTA STARTZMAN, DENNIS PARHAM JR. CHARLES HURST, CHEYENNE NEWBOLES, T
CC>UNTS. MICHAS... ..ENKS. 5 . TAYLOR FAULKNER AND HALEY GILPIN STRIKE A POSE 6 . RED DAY (LEFT TO RIGHT) ROW 1: JESS:IC•IJI
VAZQUEZ, SHB.BY JAO<SON. MS. MSJSSA KILBURN, KAYLBGH CC>OK, El'v11LEETODD. ROW 2: BRfTTANIETHOUSAND. TIMOTHY
FRENCH, JOSHUA WISDOM. BRf17\E:Y R....ORES. BJSHA SCHULTZ. ROW 3 : MEHALA KBJ..ER. DENNIS PARHAM. CHEYENNE
NEWBOLES. TYLER HEATH. JASON TREFT. SIDNEY MAUZEY. EMILY GILPIN. LEVI CARL 7. JOANNA BROWN. 8 . ASHLEY CC>NRAO.
9 . KB.J..SEY HEFNER WEARS REO. 10. MRS. SCHNEIDER SAYS YES TO PAO<ERS. BUT NO TO ORLIGSI
1. HANNA WIMBERLY AND CARTER
LUTHER ROCK THBR SENIOR BISON BLAO<.
2. TARYN BJA AND BILJ_Y MCCUNE cx:>N THBR
BII\JCXJUL..ARS AND CARGO SHORTS FOR TOURIST
DAY. 3 . THE CAMOFlAGUE DAY GROUP PICTURE
4. DYLAN a...Elv1MONS AND SHa.BY JAO<SON POSE
IN ATHLETJC AITIRE FOR SPORTS DAY. 5 . MAlA
CX>TE, DAKOTA CARL. AND BJZAE3EfH JAO<SON
SHOW OFF THBR SCHOOL COLOR OUTFTTS. 6 . MS.
KILBURN SHOWS HER FRESHMEN SPONSOR PRIDE
BY cx:>NNING THE FRESHMAN'S CLASS COLOR
(WHTTE). 7 . STUDENTS OR SUPERSTARS? THESE
STUDENTS SHOW THBR ATHLETJC SIDE IN THE
SPORTS DAY GROUP PHOTO. 8. JUNIORS ROCK
THBR SIGNATURE RED FOR CLASS COLORS DAY.
9. SOPHOMORES SHOW THBR MULTI-COLORS (RED,
WHTTE, AND BLAO<) WHILE BBNG GOOFY.
10. FRESHMEN ROCK THBR WHTTE OUTFTTS AND
SCHOOL SPIRm
1.
KERSTEN STRICKLAND, TAYLOR SfANTON, FAITH THOMAS, TAfYLOR S/ANS,
TARYN B.JA 2 . ANGELO HAZB... AND NOAH GENTFfY LOOK ON AS COURT7-E't'
SlvlfTH, RETUAMNG 0t£EN OF 20 14 CACMINS TAYLOR SfANTON
COUATWARMING 0t£EN OF 2015. 3 COUR17-EY SlvlfTH 4 . Qt£EN CANDIDATES

5 . LAKYN WIMBERLY AND FAITH THOMAS. 6 . FRESHMEN HALEY TOMPKINS,


TAYLOR COUJNS, AND BAIANNA COBB I-IOI..D FRESHMAN PRINCESS TAAYN B.JA
7 . NOAH GENTFfY ESCORTS SENIOR CANDIDATE TAYLOR SfANTON. 8 . SENIOR
CANDIDATE KERSTEN STRICKLAND IS ESCOATSJ BY HAYCEN MilER 9 . SENIOR

SENIOR CANDIDATE l.AKYN WIMBERLY 11 SOPf-IOMOAE PRINCESS TAfYLOA


SlANS IS ESCX:JFfTED BY TRAVIS a.EIII!MONS 12. CONNOR GRAY ESCORTS
..JJNIOR CANDIDATE FAITH THOMAS 13. KYLEcx::x:xEY ESCORTS FRESHMAN
CANDIDATE T ARYN B.JA
ST"O i'EIIIIAir-/S FAVORfTE TEAQ-IER IS MRS. INGRAM SHE SAYS,
"SHE IS MY FAVORrTE TEAa-IER BECAUSE. SHE IS EI\ERGE11C,
R.JNNY, AND A GOOD FRIEND; HAKUNA MATATAr 3 . 8\iiLY
POTTE'l AND SHAYLA WARFB...'S FAVORrTETEAa-IER IS MR
R00<W00D TI-lEY BOTH SAY, "HE IS A BAL.LERr' 4 . GINO
GALLOS FAVORITE TEAQ-IER IS MS. VETS HE SAYS, "SHE IS
AWESOME." 5 . SETH f"8ERSSNS FAVORrTETEAa-IER IS
COAQ-1 STONE HE SAYS, '"SPORTS OR NOT, HE IS ALWAYS

HE SAYS, 'THEY FEED MEr 7 KRISTA 80RCJS FAVORITE


TEAQ-IER IS MS. (X)PB.AND SHE SAYS, "SHE IS TI-lE BEST"
TEAQ-IER EVER' SHE STAYS WITH ME AFTER SCHOOL WHEN I
f'EED HaP AS LONG AS I f'EEDf' B. HALEY TOI\IFKINS
FAVORITETEAa-IER IS MR INGRAM SHE SAYS, "HE HaPS ME
WITH LFE AND HE IS A COOL FEllA" 9 . SIERRA BRIONES
FAVORITETEAa-IER IS MR. MCCORKENDALE SHE SAYS, "HE
a..AY AS EMORY SErS TI-£ TABLE WHlE KAITLYN KINCAID AS
Bti.E SANS AROUND ON I-£R M.JSHROOM CHAJR 3 . DURING
FQA A LFE, \IS._VET a..AY AS 0/..EEN GII/ENDEli_YNN WISI-£S
FOR A CHLD. 4 . DURING WAKING lP IN WONCIER...AND,

AS CAS, KAITLYN KINCAID, t..a=A HARVEY AS MADDY,


SAMANrHA HOISINGTON AS IVII<EY, AND HALEY GRONNIGER
AS TI-£ HATTER ALL OAO.E AROUND 8.JSE QUISENBERRY AS
AJ...LE. 5 . DURING WAKING lP IN WONCIER...AND, HALEY
GRONNIGER SOBS c:>\.1::R I-£R BOX CF HATS WHlE 8.JSE
QUISENBERRY. UNSURE CF WHAT TO DO, 5rAAES ON.

MICHAB... ..Ef\KS, 8.JSE OI..JISENBERAY, TEAl ANGLEN, DAKOTA


GR..JBE:R. 10. DURING FOR A~. SKYlER SI-£RMAN AS
KATRINA T Al.KS TO I-£R '1...0\IE", KAJ-L GLJJSPE 1 1. DURING
WAKING lP IN WONCIER...AND. TAYLOAANN 1\!ERAZ AS TI-£
RED 0/..EEN JOINS TI-£ OTI-£RS AND DANCES. 12. DURING
ITr:J-111\IG.S AYLA POPE, CHLOE UNDER-RICE, EMILEE TODD, MORGAN TEDLOCK, HANNA WI'Mf3EJ~)
GAVIN KUECK. MADISON WISE. BRIANNA COBB, L.AKYN WIMBERLY, GINO GALLO, KRISTA BOAO,
OAEVV KAYS, AND JU..JA PRICE. ROW 2 : SJZABE11-I JAO<SON, NATALEE WlHfTE, AYLEY
LOUDERBAUGH, EMILY RICHARDSON, ABIGAIL TODD, TAIYLOR EVANS, EMILY POTTER. CAYLEE
OSBORI\E, IVB-ODEE GALUON, BJSE QUISENBERRY, MONICA ADAMS, MAKAYLA CASB..MAN. HALEY
TOMPKINS, KIERA fVICDANIS.., HANNAH ARTERBERRY, TAYLOR OWENS, FAITH THOMAS, SHAYLA
BLAKE. ANGELA MASSONI, HANNAH WIWAMS, MAKAYLA MAAO..JM. ROW 3 : THOMAS 1-EJPKE.
ZACHARIAH DRAKE, TAYLOR SIMS, KATE KAYS, SHAI\E 1-EADLEY, CODY ADKINS, MORGAN
f-£1\IDERSON, DALTON POE, PARKER WOODWARD, KYI..ECOOI..EY, TRAVIS CLEMMONS, AUSTIN
STARKEY. KAH.EA JAIVES, MADISON TURNER, CLAYTON 80f\E, CHASE MITCHELL.. DYLAN COBB,
THOMAS CLEMMONS, AND DAKOTAH WTI-EA. 2 . COI.E IIIICX3JIAE IS SURROUNDED BY HIS
FOOTBALL TEAMMATES AUSTIN STAAI<EY AND DALLAS f..IICX1JIAE. 3 . Tl-£ GIRLS GIVE Tl-f3R LOVE
AND SUPPORT TO /\UMBER TWO: (CLOCKWISE) BRIANNA COBB, T AIYLOR EVANS, sre=>HANIE
CAMP813..L, ISABS..L WALTMAN. ASH..EY SALYARDS, SARA COON, AND T AAYN BJA 4 . BHS
STUDENTS RAISE MOI\EY TO 1-B..P COI.E FIGHT CANCER: ROW 1: HANNAH ARTERBERRY, ABIGAIL
ACKI\EY, JORDAN JOHNSTON, HANNAH AUIIIFB...T, MADISON WISE, BRIANNA C08B, HANNA
WIMBERLY. ROW 2: SF'ENCER ASHWORTH. PARKER TYREE, SAMANTHA HOISINGTON, EMLY
RICHARDSON. T ARYN B.JA ROW 3 · ...ESSICA LOVB..ESS, MS. LORI PAAO, DOMINICX£ WONG,
MAKAYLA CASLEMAN, TAIYLOR EVANS, SERRA H()VVE, AND SHANNON SMITH. 5 . COI.E
AND llltOAGAN I-ENDERSON. 3 . THOMAS HEJPKE AND HIS DATE Sf-£LBY JACKSON
4 . MARCUS HICKS AND HIS DATE TO PROM B...JSE QUISENBCRRY. 5 . Tf-£ PAOM KING,
SAM..B.. PARO, WITH HIS DATE 6 . ZAI'E 1-UNT AND ROSE VAZQUEZ DANCE TI-E NIGHT
AWAY 7 CHASE POLSTON, EMILY POTTER, LCX3AN REEVES, CATHERII\E VOSHEI...,
CONNOR GRAYS DATE, AND CONNOR GRAY 8 NICHOLAS ROBBINS VOTES FOR
KING AND QI..EEN 9 MR MCXX>AKENDAJ...Eet-ECKS IN KATEKAYS 10. TAYLOR
FA/J...KI\EA AND FAITH THOMAS GETTING DOWNI 11. HANNA WIM~Y AND GINO
GALLO 12 Sf-£LBY JACKSON AND BROCK LANCASTER DOING Tl-£ SPRINKLER.
13 CH..OE RICE DANCES Tf-£ NIGHT AWAY 14 HANNAH AUI'vFELT AND cx:x..E IVI<..~J,,.,II::
SLON DANCJNG. 15 AUSTIN WUJAMS, TAYLOR FALt.KI\EA, FAITH THOMAS, HALEY
GltPIN, AND HAJ...EYS DATE 16. CYNTHIA fvEANS AND KAJTLYN MANARY 17. LAKYN
SHANNON SllllrrH. 23. CHASE MITCf-EU. AND TI-E PROM QI.A33\J, KRISTA
BORO, TAKE A SLOW DANCE. 24. SIERRA HCM/E AND SHANNON SllllrrH.
25. PHUJP CANOL£ AND MICAYI.A SANDERSON. 26. FRENOS ANNA
WHIPPlE AND AMANDA H.JNTLEY. 27 BRfTTANY WISE AND f-ER DATE
28. FArrH THOMAS, CI-£YENI\EWRIGHT, TAYLOR FAUKI'ER, AND
HALEY GILPIN. 29. MORGAN HENDERSON AND f-ER PROM DATE ENJOY
DANCING!
UIINA§KED
09JtJ 9113 @(!!]tJ~afla13fJJ0
LEFT: BAND SOLO AND ENSEMBLES (LEFT TO RIGHT) ROW 1: TAYLOR
STANTON, KAITLYN MANARY, GRACE DARROW, ABIGAIL TODD. ROW 2 : PHIUP
CANOI...E, JESSICA VAZQUEZ, TRENTON WB.l..S, MARIA ARNOLD. ROW 3 : KAHL
GIWSPIE, LEVI CARL, MICAYLA SANDERSON, DAKOTA LORENZ, DANIB..lE JENKS,
...,--r,...r.......::::.:: HOCX3E, AND CI-£YENNE WRIGHT. ALL ENSEMBLES RECENEO A 1WO OR
SUPERIOR RATING. STATE WAS H3...D AT MIZZOU IN MAY. TI-lE MONTI-I sa=GR ,
ALL BAND snJOENTS WENT TO STATE AND RECENEO ALL ON RATINGS OR
EXETIAA..ARY FROM TI-lE TI-IREE MUSIC .VOGES AND A ONE RATING FROM TI-l
SIGHT READING .UOGE..

RIGHT: UFE SMARTS


TEAM (LEFT TO RIGHT): B..JSE
TO STATE IN SPEECH QUISENBERRY, GRACE
WfTH HER RADIO.
STATE WAS H3...D AT ETIAI Y RICHARDSON. TI-lE
CENTRAL BIBLE TEAM WENT TO STATE IN
COUEGEIN JEFFERSON CITY. BUFFALO
UFE SMARTS AACEO

LEFT: RJTURE FARMERS OF


ANfERICA (LEFT TO RIGHT) ROW 1:
DALTON BEAMAN, JAIME SLAO<, RANAE
POOI..E. ROW 2 : MORGAN WAJ..L.
HANNAH RUMFB..T, GORTNEY

RIGHT): HAILEY
CONRAD AND BC>WI::R:S. KYA OLMSTEAD, CODY
CARLEY SMrTH. CRISP, MAKAYLA SCHLB.JNING.
TI-lE SKIU.S USA S11JOENTS

LEFT: AJnJRE BUSII\ESS LEADERS OF Af\IERICA STATE (LEFT TO RIGHT) ROW 1:


BROOKETI-IIESEN, HANNA WIMBERLY. ROW 2 : CYNTHIA l'vEANS, TAYLOR STANTON,
"'"',..... t-Y SMrrH, IIIEAGAN MASSONI. ROW 3 : CARTER LUTHER, CHASE POLSTON, a...AYTON
801\E, BIWE MCOOWN, DYLAN a..EMI'v10NS. THE Af\IERICAN ENTERPRISE TEAM OF
BROOKETI-IIESEN AND KRISTA BORO A.ACEO FOURTH IN TI-E STATE KERSTEN
STICKLAND, CYNTHIA MEANS, AND CARLEY SMrTH A.ACEO SEVENTH IN LOCAL CHAPTER
ANNUAL BUSINESS RB='ORT. THE OTHER S11JOENTS COMPETED IN BUSINESS MATH,
COMNIUNfTY SER\IICE PROJECT, NETWORKING CONCEPTS, ENTREPRENB..JRSHIP, SPORTS
AND ENTERTAINI'vENT MANAGEIIAENT, AND CONIPUTER PROBLETIA SOLVING.
YEARBOOK STAFF (LEFT TO RIGHT)
ROW 1: BROOKE STONEMAN, ISABELL
WALTMAN , MRS. INGRAM, SAVANNAH
ZUMWALT, ALEXIS SOWDER. ROW 2:
PAIGE GARRETT, SHELBY JACKSON ,
FAITH THOMAS, KAYLA MASON.

11--IOMAS. 6 . ISABB.L
OUTUNING PAIGE GA,RA:EJlr l

GARRETT saL Y8~RfKX:>K.

SI--IB..BY JAO<SON AND

AT YEARBOOK CAMP IN
SUMMER.
34
a.JRT1S. BRADY DECKARD, NATALE
SMOOT, MICHAB... JENKS. 2. BRADY
DECKARD POSES WTTH HIS EXTEIIAP
TROPf-fY 3. 20 14- 15 SPEECH TEAM (LEFT
TO RIGHT) RCNV 1 ANNA WI-IF'F'LE.
SKYlER SHERMAN, ALEXIS CAMPBI3.L.
DECKARD, PAIGE GARRE:TT, SARA
KlA.L. KAITLYN KINCAJD, KAITlJN BRUTON
RCNV 2: REBECCA a.JRT1S. STEPHANE
CAliiFBBJ.. DANIEliE .£1'.1<S. NATALE
SMOOT CHR#STOPHER GOODMAN
EMLY RICHARDSON, SHS..ANA JQI<ES.
RCNV 3 . AMANDA 1-UNTlEY TRENTON
WB.LS. ERIN HICKS. MICHAB... .£1'.1<S,
BRADY DECKARD, TERI ANGLEN JOSH.JA
I-lESSEE. HANNAH FUIIIFB...T , MARIAH
FUBLE. 4. EMILY RICHARDSON PRACTICES
HER RADIO sa=oRE THE STATE DISTRICT
T()()RNAMENT' AT PARKVISIV START'S
EMLY PLACED SECOND AT DISTRICTS
ABOVE: SPEECH TEAM (LEFT TO RIGHT) RCNV 1 HANNAH AND WENT' ON TO STATE 5. ALEXIS
FUIIIFB...T, MARIAH FUBLE. RCNV 2: RYLEE DECKARD. ALEXIS CAIVP8Ell.. CAMP8B.L AND \IS_\lET a.AY ARE ON
SI-ELANA ..J<:».ES, REBEOCA a.JRTIS, SKYlER SI-EFIMAN, TFENTON DECK FOR STORYTB..LJNG 6 . SPEECH!
WEllS, PAIGE GARRETT, ANNA WHIPPLE. RCNV 3. ETIIILY RICHARDSON TERI ANGLEN READS TO B.EMENTARY
CHRISTOPt-ER GOOOIIAAN. STEPHANIE CAIVP8Ell.. NATALE SMOOT, KIDS. 7. DANfB..l.E .£1'.1<S AND SKYlER
JOSH.JA l-ESSEE. AMANDA 1-UNTlEY KAITLYN KINCAID, DANELLE SHERMAN SHAKE HANDS WTTH TH3R
..EN<S, KRISTINA TODD. RCNV 4. \18_\IET QAY, ERIN HICKS, TERI IIIIIPRCJVISATIONAL c:x.Er OPPOf\ENTS
ANGLEN, MJCHAB... ..EN<S, BRADY DECKARD, KIMBERLEY 8. PAIGEGARRE:TT, I-UfVIOROUS

STOKESBERRY, SARA KLU... KAITUN SRUrON INTERPRETATION CHAIR, GIVES HER


..A.JOGES INSTR.JCTIONS AT THE
BU'FALO T()(JRNAMENT'. 9 MICHAB...
.£1'.1<S FECE1VES HIS TROPf-fY AT THE
FAIR GROVE T()(JRNAMENT'. 10. MARIAH
RUBLE AND HANNAH RUIVFB..T GCXJF
OFF AT STATE DISTRICTS 11. 0SA
T()()RNAMENT' COfl.oFErTTORS (LEFT TO
RIGHT) RCNV 1: MICHAB... .£1'.1<S. BRADY
DECKARD, \18_\IETQAY, TEAl ANGLEN
NATALE SMOOT DANIEUE .£1'.1<S
RCNV 2: ALEXIS CAliiFBBJ.. SKYlER
SHERMAN, STEPHANIE CAMPB8.l.,
KRISTINA TODD, ERIN HICKS, PAIGE
GARRE:TT.

35
qTAYlOR fAUU<HER AHD LOUAH ![EVE\
> JC!~~:;;;-.] DAHCIH6 AT THE \PAHISH ClUB'S TACO NI6H1
AWSOH POll!\ HALEY 61LPIH. AHD
7 IPANIIH CLUB 101.4-15 (L£fTTO RloHD ROW~ AMA~DA HU~lliY. CHARL£E ![EVES 6ETT06ETHERfORA SNAPSHOT ATSIL
HODuE. EUIE QUJIE BE .TAYLOR ITANTO ROW ZJOANNA BROW .C THIA DOLLAR CITY. THE SPANISH ClUB VISITED SDI
':1EA~I. SAVA.~HAH Z~~WALT. m,fE DECKAfJ).IKYIAil. W'MBERLY. B EY flOR£1. DU~H6 WORLD fESTI
N:TY 60, I. TAYI.OHAU ER. MEAUAH MAIIC~l BiUTTA~Y WilE. uj\ACE
DARROW ROW>. MHAE POOL£. CAlliE OIBO E. KAITUH OBERNUEFIMAH~.
CATHE 'NE VOIHELCARLEY ltrtiTH.IHARO DAVEI. trtiCAYI.A IA~~E~O .AMBER "LO OIIE PA~A
HOWE. AYI.EY LDUDERSAUUH.EMilY WCHARDIO . NATALIE H'h1trt0. L£AN 1WVEY
OW~ BRYA VALE CIA. AWICH POTTER. LOUAN RfEVEI. HA L£Y CO MD. EtrttrtA EN LA ~LA~E DE
WOlf.AUITIH trtllliR. TE AN(;L£ . BIWE MCDOW HA~tWl .WAMI.ANGELA
MAllO :.IAMAHTHA HOIIIHGTO 8.IPANIIH ClUB AT lllVER DOLLAR CITY ROW t E~PANOL ~E
AWIO POTTER. HAL£Y ollP N. TAYLOR fAUlXNER.IKYI.ARW'h1BERLY.COLBY
KMMER.TAYLO EVA I. MNAE POOL£. TAYLOR ITANTO •trtiCAYI.A lA ~E~O • EN LA ~LA~E DE
CHARLrE HOOGE. Gji}l[ DARRQW.)OANNA BCW .trtEAUAJ MAliC t ANGELA
MAllO ROW ZCATHE EVOIHEL HANNAH WIWAh1I.IHAYI.A BLAKE. LDUAH E~PANOL."
MI. TE AGL£H.IHARO DAVEI. HAIL£Y COHMD. EMMA WOlf WW; CAlliE
0180 E.EUIE QUIIE BE .SAMANTHA HOII NGTO . -~ENORA ~Nffll

36
KATES GRAB THEIR
SNACKS DURING THE ART
CUJB PARTY. 3 . HANNAH
SORf3\JSoN GETS HER
Pl.A1E AND PREPARES TO
BE ARTISTJCI 4 . LAURB\1
MADDUX TAKES A QUICK
PICTURE aa=oRE STARTING
ON He=! ART PRO.E:Cr
5. TRINITY KATES POSES
FOR THE CAMERAl

PARTY. 7 . HANNAH SORENSON, LAUREN MADDUX, AND TRINITY KATES


RX THSR PLATES FOR THE ART CLUB PARTY. 8 . JUSTIN LOVB.ESS AND
NORA a.ARK HANG our AT THE PARTY FOR ART. 9 . MS. LORI PARO IS
TI-E HIGH SCHOOL ART TEACf-ER AND ART CLUB SPONSOR. 10. CODY
CRISP SNACKS DURING ART QUB DRAWING. 11 . TAYLOR
ATKINSON AND NATASHA BOZARTH ENJOY BEING A PART OF ART.

37
KERSTEN ~miCKLAND. K~NA BO~O. HANNA WIMBEI{I.Y,JO~H POPIElAIQ ~OW z,TA~YN EUA EMILEE TODD.
M0~6AN TEDLOCK, TAYLO~ ~TANTON, B~IANNA COBB, JOHN MO~~I~ON, NATALE£ WILHIT~ CHAI{I.EE HOD6E~.
WI~E. ~KYlA~ WIMBEI{I.Y, M~ ~COTT MILLE~ ~OW 3JHOMA~ CLEMMON~. B~YAN VALENCIA A~IEL EUA
JO~EPH HA6UE. HAILEY CON MD. MICHAEL JENK~. CHA~E MITCHELl MELODEE 6ALUON, CH~I~TOPHE~ T~ff.
CHAI{I.IE CMNE. Z. NATALEE WILHITE ~m UP fO~ THE PEP A~~EMBLY. 3. KE~~TEN ~miCKlAND AND AW~ON
POTTE~ 4.6ABMELlA MMO~ AND ~KYlA~ WIMBEI{I.Y ~TlKE AMODEL ~TAm PO~ E. 5. B~IANNA COBB. CAI{I.EY
~MITH. THOMA~ CLEMMON~. CHA~E MITCHELL, HALEY 61LPIN, KE~~TEN ~miCKlAND. HANNA WIMBEI{I.Y,AND
M0~6AN HENDERSON. 6. TA~YN EUA 6ABMELlA MMO~. COLBY KMMER. ~KYlA~ WIMBEI{I.Y, B~YAN VALENCIA
MO~~I~ON, NATALEE WILHIT~ HALEY 61LPIN, CH~I~TOPHE~ mm. 7. A~IEL EUA fiLL~ AVETEMN'~ PlATE
THE VETEMN'~ DAY B~KfA~T. 8.KERSTEN ~l\fiCKlAND CA~VE~ APUMPKIN ATTHE ~TUCO HALLOWEEN PA~.
q_HALEY 61LPIN PAlM THE 2015 HOMECOMIN6 ~16N. 10. HANNA WIMBEI{I.Y AND M0~6AN HENDERSON 61VIN6
EACH OTHE~ AD~INK ATTHE ~TUCO ~ILVE~ DOLlA~ CITY fiELD miP.
1. BILl._Y f\ACCUNE CARRIES GRcx:;ER/ES OUTSIDE FOR A Ne=DY
FAMILY. 2. CARTER LUTHER HELPS KADEN HENDRIO<S WITH A a.ASS
PROJECT AS A VOWN ll±A MENTOR. 3 . JOANNA BROWN AND JUUA
BROTHERTON ENJOY BURGERS FOR LUNCH DURING AN FCA TRIP.
4. ANGELA MASSONI GETS READY TO CARRY GRcx:;ERIES FOR THE
FOOD DISTRIBUTION. 5 . LAUREN STEWART, MENTOR HB...PS NOAH
GENTRY WITH HIS HOMEWORK. 6 . EMILY RICHARDSON SMILES BRIGHT1..Y
AT THE FCA MEETlNG. 7. CAYL..EE OSBORNE, BRAYDON BLECHER,
GABRAB...LA RAMOS, AND WARREN HAMLETTAKE A BREAK.

AT THE FCA COMMODmES FIB..DTRIP. 9 . MEAGAN


MASSONI STANDS IN A BAGGING UNE 10. EM/LEE
TODD, HANNA WIMBERLY, MORGAN HENDERSON,
CAYL..EE OSBORN, GABRAB...LA RAMOS, TARYN alA,
AND TAYLOR COUJNS WAIT FOR THBR VOLUN ll±A
ASSIGNMENTS. 11. FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN
ATHLETES (l....ffT TO RIGHT) ROW 1: HANNA WIMBERLY,
JOANNA BROWN, KYA OLMSTEAD, HAILEY CARTER,
MEAGAN MASSONI, GRACE DARROW. ROW 2: MR. ERIC
··~-~~~~~ INGRAM, KERSTEN STRIO<LAND, MIRANDA MAVERIO<,
ABIGAIL TODD, AYLEY LOUDERBAUGH, LAC/ BANKS,
EMILY RICHARDSON, REBECCA CURTIS. ROW 3 : SJSE
.C>UI~SEJ\JBERRY, STETSON RECTOR, B/WE MCDOWN, LEVI
DIWJ101l£, 61\ACE DA~OW, AND EUSE QUISENBEfl,RY AT
STATE CHAMPIONSHIP.Z.EMILY ~CHA!WSON, K~STEN
STEWAI\f, 61\ACE DA~OW, AND EUSE QUISENBE~Y
PLACIN6 THI!W IN STATE AT COMPET1T10N.3.ROW 1tY1S
DISSMO!l£, !\ACE DA~OW, EMILY~CHA!WSON. ROW l,
K~STEN STEWAI\f, EUSE QUISENBE~Y.

MATERIALS fOR HER STUDENTS. 5. fTA MEMBERSHIP 6ROUP PICTURE CLEfT


R16HD ROW 1: CYNTHIA MEANS, TAYLOR STANTON, ELISE QUISENBERRY ·
SMITHSON.ROW Z, BROOKE THIESEN, ABIUAIL TODD, EMILEE TODD.6.THE
fUTURE TEACHERS Of AMERICA PUT T06ETHER CANDY 61\AMS fOR THEI~
STUDENTS.

6ROUP PICTURE (LffTTO


R16HD ROW 1, 61\ACE
DARROW, EVAN 1\AMSEY,
SHELBY JACKSON, JOANNA
BROWN, LAUI\A COPELAND
THE BI\ANSON TOURNAMENT (LEfT TO ~6HD ROW 1: l,CHAIUJE CI\AN(JOH
•••..,''""" BRYAN VALENOI
EUSE QUISENERRY. 61\ACE DA~OW. ROW Z, LOUAN
WOLfE. EVAN 1\AMSEY. ETHAN LYNCH . 8.JOHN L06AN WOLfE. CHRISTOPH£
MO~SON, ETHAN LYNCH, 61\ACE DARROW, EVAN
MOOR£, EVAN HANEY.
1\AMSEY PREPARE fOR COMPETlTION.q. THE JV BOWL LAUREN MADDUX. ROW 3
TEAM WON 4TH PLACE AT THE SP~N6nELD CATHOUC ELISE QUISENBERRY.
TOURNAMENT CLEfTTO ~6HD ROW 1: JOHN SMITHSON, MOORE. LEVI CARL ETHAN
LARUEN MADDUX ROW z,CH~STOPHER MOOR£, LEVI LYNCH.JOHN SMITHSON.
PHI UP CANOL£, CHA!UJE CI\ANE 10. LOUAN PHILIP CANOL£, HAYLEY
ETHAN LYNCH, 61\ACE DA~OW, AND EVAN 1\AMSEY 6RONN16E~
PREPARE fOR COMPETlTION.
1. CUJB PICTURE (LB=T TO RIGHT) ROW 1:
JOANNA BROWN, JJUA BROT1-£RTON, MR.
f.ACXX)RKENOALE ROW 2 : OANtaLE JENKS, MICHAS... JENKS,
THOMAS H3A<E, Sl-f3.BY JAO<SON, REBECCA aJRTIS.
2 . MICHAS... ..EN<S, JOANNA BROWN, AND Sl-f3.BY JAO<SON
TEST TI-E WA1ER DURING TH3R STREAM TEAM FIB.D TAP.
3 . THOMAS H3A<E, JOANNA BROWN, JUUA BROTI-IERTON,

THIESEN. ROW 2 : THOMAS a..E!viMONS, LAKYN WIMBERLY,


SHB..BY JAO<SON, MORGAN WALL ROW 3 : CHASE MfTCI-ELL,
DALLAS fv!CGUIRE, GARRETT OJNNINGHAM, SPENCER
ASHvVORTH, GINO GALLO. 2. LAKYN WIMBERLY SMILES FOR THE
CAMERA AS SHE PUrS UP BOOKS. 3 . GINO GALLO CHECKS OUT
A BOOK. 4 . BROOKE THIESEN SHS..VE.S A BOOK DURING 4TH
HOUR. 5 . GARRETT aJNNINGHAM SCANS A BOOK TO CHECK fT
OUT.

GRONNIGER. ROW 2: PAIGE GARRETT, DYLAN aEIIAMONS,


GORTNEY SMfTf-ERMAN, fiiiELO OEE G ALUON, SHANNON SMfTH,
MARIAH RUBLE, LOGAN REEVES. ROW 3 : CYNTHIA MEANS,
CRISP, COLAN SIMS, AUTUMN 1--EDRICK.
BOWERS, AKIRA BENNEnE, MAKA
MARCUM, MAlA COTE, KAYlN WILKEY.
ROW 3 : HALEY GRONNIGER, JJSTIN RUBL..E,
JORDAN RALE, DRAVEN CHRISTENSON II,
f\.EVAN KNIGHT", ZANE H.JNT, TRisnAN

2 . KYA OLMSTEAD HOLDING HER CERTFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT. 3 . ROSSLYN BOWERS AND TESSA BOWERS WINNING
THIRD PlACE 4 . AKIRA BENf\ETTE SI-IOWS HER CERTFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT. 5 . ROSSLYN BOWERS AND MS. DOROTHY
LOGES. 6 . MAlA COTE WINS SECOND PlACE 7 . KIMBERLEY STOKESBERRY AND BJZABETH JAO<SON SHOW OFF TI-IEIR
m-il F/CATES OF ACHIEVEMENT. 8 . HARLEY UNOSAY RECEJ\IES AN AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING SENIOR. 9 . CODY CRISP
RECEMNG AN AWARD FROM MS. DOROTHY LOGES. 10. SKIU.S USA WINI\ERS (L.B=TTO RIGHT") ROW 1: ROSE VAZQUEZ, 1Y
SKARIN, SAMANTHA l'vfCCL.OUD, TESSA BOWERS. ROW 2 : KIMBERLEY STOKESBERRY, BJZABETH JAO<SON, AKIRA BENNETTE.
5. F<X:LA MEJ\ABERSHIP (LEFT TO RIGHT) ROW 1: VICTORIA ADAMS, BIWE JO fv1CDOWN, JOANNA BROWN,
HAILEY COUJNS, EMILY RICHARDSON, KAITLYN KINCAID, SHANIAH Dta<EN, JAMES LONG, JERElvfY HOSTETl.ER,
DAKOTA LORENZ, CHRISTOPHER MOORE, AUTUMN HEDRIO<, AND a1ZABETI-I JAO<SON. 6 . KRISTEN SAWYER
AND EMILY RICHARDSON POSE FOR THE CAMERA 7. CHRISTOP/-IER MOORE SEWS TWO O..OTHS TOGETHER.
8. SJSE QUISENBERRY AND GRACE DARROW. 9 . KAITLYN KINCAID, EMILY RICHARDSON, AND JEREJ\AY
HOSTETlER. 10. B.JZABETH JAO<SON AND DAKOTA LORENZ MAKE FOOTBALL COOKIES FOR A FUNDRAISER.
STBIVART. 6 . FFA STUDENTS LOAD THE BUS FOR SARNINARMING. 7.
DAKOTA GRUBER, REBECCA SIMON, AND AU5nN RICE OOMPETlNG
AT STATE FOR SOILS. 8 . DYLAN 0088 SSNG GOOFY AT
SARNINARMJNG. 9 . Cf-EF DAKOTA GRUBER SHOVVING OFF HIS
COOKING SKILLS ATTI-E FFA CHI.J SUPPER. 10. OORTI'EY
SMm-ERMAN, MARIAH RUBLE, HANNAH RUIVFB....T, AND MORGAN

DALTON HAI.1...ElllfEIE, ANTHONY DAHR, GAGE OSERMJEFEMANN,


TRAVIS OEMMONS, DALTON BEAMON AND KYLE KLAPP UNING UP
11-EIR DANCE TEAM. 12. JOSHUA POPIS..ARZ DONATING BLOOD AT
THE FFA BLOOD DRIVE 13. DALTON BEAMON AT SKYZOf\E.
SHOVVING OFF HIS TRIO<S. 14. DALTON BEAMON, AND DALTON
HAU..EMEIER HOLDING THEIR AWARDS ATTI-E FFA CHIU SUPPER.
15. HANNAH RUMFB...T AND HAILEY OONRAD DANCING AT
SARNINARMING. 16. JAJIII!E SLAO<, KAfTLYNN OBERMJEFEMANN,
AND LAUREN STBIVARTOOMPETEAT STATE 17. FFA SARfr(lEFTTO
RIGHT) ROW 1: MADDISON ANDERSON, MARIAH RUBLE, MORGAN
WALL AND RANAE POOLE ROW 2 : HAILEY OONRAO, HANNAH
RUIVFB....T, OORTf\E.Y SMrrHERMAN AND T AJYLOR E\1ANS. ROW 3:
LAUREN STBIVART, J..II..JETTE MOORE, KRISTEN SAWYER AND
REBECCA SIMON. ROW 4 : AUSTIN RICE AND SPENCER ASI-NVORTH
18. SPENCER ASI-NVORTH, T AJYLOR EVANS, MARIAH RUBLE,
MORGAN WALL. REBECCA SIMON, LAUREN STBIVART, RANAE
DESTINY AliEN, KRISTINA TODD, AYlA POPE, KAYLA MASON,
RYLEE DECKARD, ABIGAIL TODD, TRINfTY GOINS, JESSICA
VAZQUEZ, AUTUMN HEDRICK, LORETTA BETTENCOURT , AND
MORGAN LASHLEY-CHILDERS. ROW 3 : HAILEY CARTER, CIERRA
MCOANIB.., BROOKE STONEI'vfAN, NATALJE GRIFRN, SHARON
DAVES, AUSTIN RICE, KYLE KLAPP, HALEY GRONIGER, CH -.OE
ADOPT A GRANDPARENr PAO..ECr•
. CHASE POlSTON OB..JVERS HIS DlsrAICT 1
PRESIDENT CANDIDATE SPEECH.

ACHIE\IEJVENT AWARD.
7 LAO BAN<S AND
MADISON TURI\ER
VOUJNTEER AT TI-E JOB
OLYIIIIPICS FOR SPECIAL
f\EEDS STUDENTS
8 . KERSTEN srAICKI.AND
GIVES INTRODUCTORY
REMARKS AT DlsrAICT
COMPETTTlON HAVING

IVEMBERSHIP FOR TI-E


2014 15YEAA. 9 . NEGAN
SWANIGAN VOUJNTEERS
FOR TO HB.P AT JOB
OLYMPICS. 10. CHASE

1-EAAT FOOD PANTRY.


11 FBlA COIIAPETTTOAS
AWAIT TI-E AESU...TS AT
DISTRICT CO/IIIPETlTION
12 TAYLOR STANTON

CO/IAP8TTION AND HAS


OUALFIED FOR STATE
13. CYNTHIA fiiEANS IS

MADDISON DILLARD AT TI-E


JOB OLYMPICS
CONPETTTlON
14. BRYAN V.AI..ENOA, JAIVES HAHN, CHASE POLSTON, DYlAN aEMIIAONS, NICHOLAS COX, SErH Wcx::>OS, AND AI..JSTlN REJD
SUPPORT CHASE AND DYLAN IN T/-£JR TWO G..JYS IN BOWTIES CAMPAIGN 15. FBLA STATE QUALJFIERS ATTEND A WORKSHOP TITLED "YOUR
FIRST YEAR IN SPORTS' WfTH THE VP OF SALES AND MARKETING FOR THE SPAING=ELD CARDINALS, DAN REJTEA 16. FBLA fvEMBERS STOP AT
THE I'IIEDIAOO/III ICE PARK TO LEARN ABOUT NOT FOR PAOFrT ORGANIZATIONS ON THE FALL BUSINESS TOUR. 17 FBLA STUDENTS STOP AT
RS..JABLE CHEVAOLEr TO LEARN ABOUT THE At.rrO SALES INDUSTRY FROM NATE REYNOLDS, GEf\ERAL SALES MANAGER WHitE ON THE FALL
BUSINESS TOUR. 18. IIIEAGAN MASSONI, KERSTEN STRICKLAND, CYNTHIA IIIEANS, AND BACX)KE THIESEN WENT UP IN THEWASHINGTON
MOf\UMENr WHitE IN WASHINGTON D.C. FOR LEADERSHIP CX>f'FEAENCE. 19. HANNA WIMBEALY , KRISTA BOAO, AND CARLEY SMfTH ENJOYs:)
THE SPAING=ELD CARDINALS GAM: WHIE ATTENDING STATE FBLA cx::>IIIIP8TTlO 20. THE FBLA VOTING DB.EGATES VISITED THE TOY STORY
CAMPAIGN BOOTH. 21 CHASE POLSTON COLlECTS VOTING BALLOTS FOR NEXT YEAR'S OFFICERS AT AN FBLA WNCH MEETING. 22. CARTER
WTHEA, a.AYTON BOf\E, CHASE POLSTON, AND DYLAN aEMMONS GOOF AROUND AT FBLA STATE 23. THE FBLA STUDENTS ATTENDED THE
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS CAAB::A DAY IN THE FALL 24 FBLA STUDENTS IMPI.EIVENTS::> THE "OPERATION CANDYlANCY' AIVERICAN ~ISE
PAO.ECT IN ALL FOURTH GRADE a.ASSAOOMS THIS YEAR 25. CHASE POLSTON AND CAPLEY SMfTH WORKED WfTH FOURTH GRADERS TO
WTTH Tl-£ REST OF Tl-£ BI...FFALO BAND ABOUT TO PlAY FOR
THE FOOTBALL FANS. 2 . BRfTTANIE THOUSAND PERFORMING
HER COLOR GUARD ROUnf\E 3 COLOR GUARD (LEFT TO RIGHT)
1· Cf-EYENI\E WRIGHT, KAITLYN KINCAID, ASI-L.EY CONRAD,

1\EWBOLES. 4 . ABIGAIL TODD, HAILEY BLOOR, AND RACHAS...


OC)R~:;s(JM SHCNV OFF TI-EJR TROPHIES. 5 . Tl-£ MARCHING
PlAYS AT HALFTII\tE OF A FOOTBALL GAI'vE 6 . AMANDA ADAMS,
DAM/ON COLTRIN, KAJ-L GIWSPI , JESSICA VAZQUEZ MARCHING
WHILE PlAYING IN Tl-£ WOODWINDS SECriON. 7. ABIGAIL TODD
PlAYS Tl-£ XYLOPHONE DURING A HALFTIIIAE PERFORMANCE
8 JAKE BALEY SHREDS rr UP WTTH HIS GVrrAR PART ON Tl-£
FOOTBALL AB.D. 9 . Tl-£ BAND UI\ES UP TO PlAY FOR Tl-£
FOOTBALL TEAM. 10. KAITLYN MANARY PlAYS Tl-£ MARIMBA
11 . TRINrrY KATES READS HER Sl-EET fviUSIC AS SHE PlAYS
PERaJSSJON.
DRUM. 16. ETHAN LYM:::H A.AYING THE TUBA AND MARO-i/NG
WITH THE REST OF THE BAND. 17 LEVI CARL POSES WITH HIS
INSrRUIVIENT OUTSIDE DURING PRACTIC£ 18. KRISTEN
SAWYER PRACTICES HER INSTRUIVIENT IN THE BAND ROOM.
19. THE BAND KIDS TAKE A QUICK BREAK AND DANCE

YN MANARY AND ABIGAIL TODD PRACTICE IN THE BAND


ROOM 22 MICHAB... YORK, CHRISTOPI-£R /IAOORE, AND
EVAN HAf\EY PERFORM.
1. VVOMENS a-IOAUS
(LEFT TO RIGHT) RON 1
NICOL£ ZOUCK, Q-IEYENNE
WAGI'ER, KII'LEY cx:JOY, ROSE
VAZCXJEZ, KRisnN LOIIE.X)Y,
DESIRAE BARTON, MORGAN
lASHtEY-Q-1/I...OERS. RON 2:
HALEY BUOIG. ASHlEY
SALYARDS, KASSIDY MII..J...ER,
DEBORAH cx::xJlEY, BRfTl'EY
FLORES, MACKENZ:l LASHlEY
Q-1/LDERS, MADDISON
ANDERSON, BLAKE 8/LYBJ. MR.
GRICE. RON 3: SHANNON
SMm-1, STEPHANIE CAMPBS.J...
HANNAH ARTI3'l~RY.
a-EYENI'E /'.BII/80LES, BL.lJE
JO MCOCNVN, JESSICA
LOVB..ESS, TAYLORAN MERAZ,
NORA CLARK 2. WOMENS
a-IOAUS PRACTICING (lEFT TO
RIGHT) RON 1 NICOL£ ZOUCK.
NOAA CLARK. RON 2: 8/UJE
MCOCNVN, SHANNON SMm-1.
TAYLORANN MERAZ. BLAKE
BLYBJ 3. SHANNON SMm-1
D BLAKE BILYBJ SING AT
SPRING CHOIR CONCERT
4 . WOiv!ENS a-IOAUS SINGING
(LEFT TO RIGHT) RON 1: ROSE
V AZCX.EZ, .JESSICA LOVB..ESS,
BRfTTANE TI-ICX.JSAND,
a-IEYENNE WAGGONI3'l. RON
2: KII'LEY cx:JOY, ASHlEY
SALYARDS, a-EYENI'E
NEW80lES 5. OESIAAE
BARTON AND KATHt.EEN
SLACK. 6. NICOL£ ZOUCK
PEFFORfiAS Hffi SOLO BEFORE

1. DYNAMICS (lEFT TO
RIGHT) RON 1: HAILEY CARTI3'l,
Wl.lJAM IIAEANS. EM/lY
RICHARDSON. Q-IARI.£ CRA/\E.
NATAJ..JE NIMMO, KAYl.BGH COOK.
JOANNA BRONN. RON 2: PHIUP
CAN0tE. KAJ-L GIWSPIE. lE:\11 CARL.
SAMl.B.. PARO, MICHAEL JEN<S,
ETI-IAN LYNCH, JOHN SMm-ISON.
ffiiN HICKS. TAYLORANN MERAZ
2 . lE:\11 CARl. ETI-IAN LYNQ-1.
MICHAEL JEN<S. SAMl.B.. PARO,
AND Q-IAF/UE CRAI\E SING TI-E
NATIONAL ANTI-EM Wm-1 TI-E

50
1 MIXED CHOFUS (LB=T
TO RJGHr) ROW 1 HALEY
CARTER, JOANNA BROWN, MARIA
ARNOLD, SilliLY RICHARDSON
I..ANCX)N DAVIS. NATALE Nl/11111110,
BRJANNA COBB. MR GRICE. ROW 2 .
SARA COON. HEAV9\I VAUGHT,
AMY BASS. WN..lJAM MEANS.
PHIJP CAN0t.E. LAUREN MADDUX,
MICAYI.A SANDERSON, KAHLEA
JANES. MADISON TURf\ER. ROW 3
KALYNN HASHAGEN, F AITH
FRANCIS, KAYLSGH CX)()K,
OOIIAINICILE WONG. SHS..ANA
JOI\ES, JERENrY HOSTETLER, JOHN
SMfTl-ISON. KAJ-1... GlllJSPE.
HANNAH WI..LJAMS, LAO BAN<S.
SHANNON SMm-1. \18..\IETQ..AY
ROW 4 SIIIILY GI..PIN ERIN HICKS.
CHLOE FRANCIS, CHAF!l..e
I-lODGE. NOAH MAYTON, LEVI
CARt. DAKOTA Lc::>RENZ, ETHAN
LYNCI-I. SAMUEl.. PARO. MICHAB...
..EN<S, JOSI-UA WISDOM.
TAYLORANN MERAZ. BU.£ JO
MCDCNVN REBB::CA OJRTJS
2 . MIXED Q-IORlJS SINGING IN
PREPARATION FOR THE SPRING
CONC:ERr (LB=TTO RJGHr) ROW 1
SHS..ANA JOf\ES, LEVI CARt.
JEFEM& HOSTETLER. ROW 2:
ETHAN LYNCI-I, DAKOTA Lc::>RENZ
3 . SHB.ANA JOf\ES SINGS A SOLO
WHILE MR GRJCE A..AYS THE
PIANO. 4 JOANNA BROWN AND
KAYLSGH CX)()K SING IN FR0Nr
CF MR GRICE. 5 . .A.8IGM.. TODD,
FAITH FRANCIS, CHLOE FRANCIS.
LAUREN MADDUX, AND CHARLEE
HOOGE SING AND Q..AP ALONG TO
Of\E CF THE SONGS THAT WAS
~WED AT THE SING Q-10/R
CONC:ERr. 6 MIXED CHOFUS AT
THE SPRING CONC:ERr (LB=T TO
RJGHr) ROW 1: MAFIIA ARNOLD.
HEAV9\I VAUGHT AMY BASS.
SHe.ANA JONES, LEVI CAR.
JERENrY HOSTETLER ROW 2:
f3l,fll_Y GltPIN, OOtiAINIOt.£ WONG,
ETHAN LYNCI-I. DAKOTA LOPENZ.
WI..LJAM MEANS. 7 MAFIIA
ARNOLD Af\CJ EMILY RICHARDSON
CTlCE ll-fSR SOLOS WHILE

PARO SINGS A SOLO

LB=T: M..JSIC O.JJB (LB=T TO RIGHT) ROW 1 SHANNON SMfTl-1. SAMUEl.. PARO,
SI-IB..ANA JONES. ROW 2: REBECCA OJRTJS. 8RfTNEY FLORES. OOMJNICILE WONG.
JOANNA BROWN, CI-EYENf\E. WAGGOI\ER. NICOtE ZOUCK. RCMI 3 JEFEMY
HOSTETLER. TAYLORANN tvERAZ STEPHANIE CAMPBEll. CHAFII..E CRAI\E.
CHARLEE I-lODGE. SilliLY RICHARDSON, NATALE Nl/11111110, MADDISON ANDERSON
MR GRICE ROW 3 : DAKOTA LORENZ, MICHAB... ..EN<S. ETHAN LYNCI-I. JOHN
SMfTl-ISON, BU.£ JO MCOCNVN, CI-EYENf\E. /\E'WBOlES. MADISON TURf\ER. SIIIILY
GILPIN Of\E. M..JSIC al.JB'S ACI'JIImES THIS YEAR WAS GOING TO
WOALOS CF R.JN

51
)ENIOR MOR6AN HENDER)ON )16NED TO PLAY BA)KETBALL fOR THE LADY BEARCAT) AT )OUTHWE)T
BAPTI)T UNIVER)11Y IN BOLIVAR. MI))OURI. )HE WILL PLAY BA)KETBALL WHILE )TUDYIN6 PRE-MED.
MOR6AN ENDED HER )EN lOR )EA)ON WITH 2,000 +POINT) AND HER TEAM') RUN TO THE )TATE fiNAL
fOUR. )EN lOR AMBER AU)TIN )16NED TO PLAY )OffBALL AT NORTH CENTRAL MI))OURI COLLE6E WITH THE
LADY PIRATE) IN TRENTON, MI))OURI WHILE )TUDYIN6 TO BECOME AN EDUCATOR AND COACH. )HE
fiNI)HED HER )EN lOR )EA)ON WITH ABA1TIN6 AVERA6E Of .403, ON BA)E PERCENTA6E Of 442,
)LU661N6 PERCENTA6E Of 597, fiELDIN6 PERCENTA6E Of 980, AND 21 RBI').
1 . FOOTBALL TEAM (LEFT TO RIGHT)
ROW 1 : MANAGERS. ROW 2 : CODY GRUBER, CODY
GILLETTE, EVAN HANEY, JAKE BRILEY, CHRIS
GOODMAN, CONNOR MCCONNEL, MARCUS AUTREY,
CHANDLER BRATTIN, THOMAS CLEMMONS, MAGNUS
SUMMERS, STUART CURTIS. ROW 3 : JARRETT EVANS,
TREVOR CLARK, AUSTIN SCHNEIDER, COACH CHRIS
....,r-.. COACH TYLER HENRY,
'-"L. HEAD COACH JEFF STONE,
COACH ERIC NOLAN, PARKER WOODWARD, DONTAE
TCIPF•IN, NICHOLAS HOUSTON. ROW 4 : TUCKER ROBBINS,
AUSTIN BEASLEY, ANTHONY DAHER, BLAKE WILLIAMS,
AUSTIN REID, COLBY KRAMER, AUSTIN STARKEY, CHASE
MfTCHELL, CODY ANDERSON, GAGE OBERNUEFEMANN,
RYAN STRICKLAND. ROWS: ZACH DRAKE, COLTEN
KENADY. CARSON TOTH- WALKER, SIDNEY MAUZEY,
KYLE COOLEY, BILLY MCCUNE, JONAS GRAY, NOAH
MAYTON, GAVIN KUECK, SETH PETERSEN. ROW 6 :
AUSTIN RICE, SHANE HEADLEY, DALLAS MCGUIRE,
THOMAS HEIPKE, TAYLOR SIMS, KODY CRUZAN, SHANE
SISCO, COLE MCGUIRE, JARED GENTRY, DALTON POE.
2 . THE BOYS LINE UP FOR KICK OFF. 3 . BUFFALO VS.
CENTRAL AT HOMECOMING. 4 . DALTON POE. 5 . CODY
GILLETTE MAKING A CUT. 6 . COLBY KRAMER TACKLING A
FAIR GROVE BALL CARRIER WHILE HIS TEAMMATES ARE
IN PURSUfT. 7 . CONNOR MCCONNEL AGHTS OFF A
BLOCKER AS SHANE SISCO EYES THE BALL CARRIER.
8 . THE FOOTBALL BOYS GOING THROUGH THEIR PRE-
GAME ROUTINE . 9 . THE OFFENSNE LINE PREPARES TO
ARE OFF THE BALL VS. FAIR GROVE. 1 0 . CODY GILLETTE
RETURNING A KICKOFF. 11 . ANTHONY DAHER IN HIS
STANCE. 12. A CREW OF BISON DEFENDERS TACKLE A
HOLLISTER BALL CARRIER. 13. THE TEAM LINES UP
BEFORE THE GAME. 14. AUSTIN SCHNEIDER CAUGHT A
PASS AND MAKES HIS WAY TO THE END ZONE.
15. THOMAS HE#PKE KICKING OFF AFTER A BISON TOUCHDOWN.
16. COLE MCGUIRE PLAYING QUARTER BACK.
17. THE 20 15 BISON FOOTBALL SENIORS# (LEFT TO RIGHT) ROW 1:
THOMAS ClEMMONS. CHASE MITCHELL. ROW 2: THOMAS HE#PKE.
TUCKER ROBBINS. KODY CRUZAN. DALLAS MCGUIRE. AUSTIN
SCHNEIDER. 18. COLBY KRAMER TAKES A KNEE. 19. JARED
GENTRY. GAGE OBERNUEFEMANN. 20. KODY CRUZAN WITH HIS
PARENTS ESCORTING HIM ON SENIOR NIGHT. 21 . THOMAS
ClEMMONS AND HIS PARENTS ON SENIOR NIGHT. 22. TUCKER
ROBBINS IS ESCORTED BY HIS PARENTS DURING THE SENIOR
NIGHT RECOGNITIONS. 23. AUSTIN SCHNEIDER AND HIS DAD. ROB
SCHNEIDER AND MOTHER. JUDY SCHNEIDER WALK ON THE AELD
DURING SENIOR NIGHT. 24. FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT.
THOMAS HE#PKE IS ESCORTED HIS HOST PARENTS ON SENIOR
NIGHT.
ABOVE Lffl ~HAYLA. BlAKE IY1AKE~ ACATCH AT
~ECOND BA~E DURIN6 THE IY10Nffi 6AIY1E.
BOVE R16Hltr1AKENZEE HARRI~ WAIT~ fOR HE
PITCH IN AHOIY1E 6AIY1E A6AIN~T IY1A~HnELO.

1. THE BI~ON 61RL~ WATCH THE 6AIY1E AND CHEER ON THEIR TEAIY11Y1ATE~ AT A
6AIY1E VE~U~ PARKVIEW. 2. THE lADY BI~ON BREAK HUDDLE PRIOR TO THEIR 6AIY1E
A6AIN~T THE PARKVIEW 61Rl~ 3ARIEL EUA WATCHE~ THE 6AIY1E UNfOLD AT
DI~TRim. ~Of1BALL DI~TRim WERE IN JEffER~ON CITYTHI~ YEA~ 4.1Y1EA6AN
IY1A~~ONI RUN~ BAm ATTHE ~PRIN6nELD TOURNAIY1ENT. 5.TAYLORANN IY1EIW
CATCHE~ IN THE JUNIOR VA~ITY 6AIY1E. 6.ARIEL ELlA ~KYLA.R WIIY1BERLY. AND
IY1EA6AN IY1A~~ONI ROOTTHEIR TEAIY1 ON IN THE DU60UT DURIN6 AHOIY1E 6AIY1E
•~~,';~:-'- VE~U~ IY1A~HfiELD 7.AU~ON 60RIY1AN Hln THE ~OfTBAll 8. EIY11LY 61LPIN I~ IN
READY PO~ITION TO IY1AKEA PlAY.9.LA.CI BANK~ I~ AT fi~T BA~E READY TO IY1AKEA
PLA.Y.10. ~KYLAR WIIY1BERLY WORK~ HARD IN THE CIRCLE ATTHE ~PRIN6f1ELD
TOURNAIY1ENT.
11 11. ~OfTBALL TEAM (fROM lEfT TO R16HD ROW 1:
MANA6ER AWE MADDUX COACH ~HAUNDRA
IN6RAM. COACH ERIC IN6RAM. MANA6ERJOHN
MORRI~ON. MANA6ER EMILY RIC( ROW LCHARlEE
HOD6L 'fJA Oltr1~TEAD. MAKENZEE HARRI~.
AMANDA MITCHELlLACI BANK~. MAKAYLA
CA~ELMAN. MADI~ON TURNE~ ROW 3, MEA6AN
MA~~ONI. AMBER AU~TIN. ARIEL EllA LA'fJN
WIMBERLY. AU~ON 60Rtr1AN. ROW 4, TAYLORANN
MERAZ. ~KYLAR WIMBERLY. HEAVEN VAU6HT. AYlEY
LOUDERBAU6H. EMILY 61LPIN. ~HAYLA BLAKE.
BRIANNA COBB. TARYN EUA 12. ~ENIOR~ (fROM lEfT
TO R16HD ROW 1, LA'fJN WIMBERLY. ROW l: AMBER
AU~TIN. MEA6AN MA~~ONI. ARIEL EUA AU~ON
60RMAN. 13. ~KYLAR WIMBERLn TEAMMATE~
CON6RATULATE HER AfTER ~HE Hln AHOME RUN.
14.LAKYN WIMBERLY ~UDE~ INTO THIRD BA~E.
5. AYLEY LOUDERBAU6H ~CORE~ ARUN fOR THE
BI~ON! 16.AMBER AU~TIN LOOK~ fOR APITCH TO
DRIVE.17. THE 61Rl~ ~HAKE HAND~ AfTER AHARD
fOU6HT VICTORY.18. MEA6AN MA~~ONI. AMANDA ~~~5r.ill
ITCHELl AND MAKENZEE HARRI~ BOW THEIR
IN THE TEAM PRAYER BEfORE THE 6AME. 19. n"
1 1
" "''"'

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ CO~~TCH~AN6AMEWffil£C~RLffOOOOEI~
I ATTHIRD
Z1.LA'fJN WIMBERLY
~DY
THE
BA~l
ZO. CHARlEE HOD6E BAn.
fiELD~ ~OfTBALLATTHE
TOURNAMENT.ZZ.LACI BANK~ RACE~
~ECOND.Z3. TARYN EllA ~m TO THE HIT.
l4. ~HAYLA BLAKE WATCHE~ THE PLAY.
1 BROOKLYNWEBB
PRACTICES f-ER SPIKES RIGHT" se=oAE
TI-E f-EAT OF Tl-£ GANE

HALEY GILPIN SENDS TI-E BALL OVER TI-E


Ncr.
5 . CARLEY SMfTH, BROOKLYN WEBB,
MORGAN I-ENDERSON. HALEY GILPIN,
fiiEGAN SWANIGAN, J..A..ETTE IIAOOAE,

I-ENDERSON GETS READY TO SPf<E TI-E


VICTORY POINT 7 TI-E VOLLEYBALL TEAM
CB..EBRATES WfTH Tl-£1R FANS (I..B"T TO
RIGHT) RON 1 BILLY MCOJf'E, JARED

DALTON POE. CHASE MITCHS...J.... HANNA


WIMBERLY, DALLAS MCGJIRE, NOAH
GENTRY. DYLAN CX>BB, BRIANNA CX>BB,
TARYN B.JA. EMLEETODD, BROOKLYN
WEBB, HANNAH Wa.JJAMS, fiiEGAN
SWANIGAN, HALEY GILPIN, fvEl.ODEE
GAUJON, KRISTA BOAO, MORGAN
I-ENDERSON, CARLEY SMfTH, JUUETTE
MOORE, TAYLOR COU.JNS, KAITLYNN

ABIGAIL TODD 8. HALEY TOI'vFKINS SENDS


TI-E BALL OVER TI-lE f'ET; TI-E OPPOf\ENTS
ARE READY TO DEFEND. 9 . SENIORS
MORGAN I-ENDERSON AND KRISTA BOAO
UP 16. HALEY TOIVPKINS, AND CORThEY
SMm-ERMAN PREPARE TO BLOCK TI-E BALL
17. AFTER Tl-f3R VCTORY, TI-E LADY BISON SHAKE
HANDS AND SHON GCXX> SPORTSMANSHIP
18. THE LADY BISON SHON RESPECT FOR n-EJR
COUNTRY 19. MORGAN I-ENDERSON SAKES TI-E
VOtiEYBALL OVER TI-E 1\ET. 20. MORGAN
II-£NDERSON SAVES TI-E BALL RIGHT"" BEFORE rr

BALL 22. TI-E GIRLS ARE VICTORIOUS/ 23.


TOMPKINS BUMPS TI-E BALL OVER.. 24. ..AJ..£TTE
t.AOOAE SENDS THE BALL BACX OVER TI-E 1\ET.
25. VOtiEYBALL TEAM (lEFT TO RIGHT"") ACNV 1
HAllEY CARTER, HALEY PAANOSKY, B..lZA8ETH
JACXSON, NATALEEWILHfTE, TAYLOR CXJU.JNS.
NATALJE NIMIIAO, KIEAA flltCDANE.., EllilltEE TODD,
BLAKE 8/LYBJ. ACNV 2 : CARLEY SMrrH, KRISTA

WWAMS. COATI'E'r' SMm-ERMAN. IVELOOEE


GAlliON, ABIGAL TODD ACNV 3: MORGAN WALL
8ACX)KLYN WEBB, HALEY GLPIN, KRISTEN SAWYffi.
Elli!MA WOLF, MORGAN I-ENDERSON. ..AJ..£TTE
111100AE. 1\tEGAN SNANIGAN, COACH SMrrH.
26. HALEY GltPIN DIGS TI-E BALL
EfiiiiLY RICHARDSON, SETH WOODS, Sl-f3...BY JACKSON,
EVAN HAI'£Y, BRYAN VALENCIA. ROW 2 : CHARLES
MIDDLETON, BRAYOON E3l..ECI-ER, DYLAN a...BV!f..AONS,
COACH .ENNIFER SMrrH, CARTER LI...IT1-£R, GAVIN WND,
ETHAN BARTS... 2 . DYLAN a...BV!f..AONS ROUNDS Tl-£
CORNER ON HIS RRST MILE AT Tl-£ 80/...JVAR INVTTATIONAL
3 . BRAYOON E3l..ECI-ER, TRENTON WB.l...S, AND ETHAN
BARTH... WAfr ATTI-£ STARTING Ul'.E AT DISTRICTS.
4 . Sl-f3...BY JACKSON srrs IN FRONT OF A MSHSAA SIGN
AFTER CXJAUFYING FORSTATE FOR Tl-£ THIRD YEAR IN A
ROW. 5 . ETHAN BARTS.. AJSI-£S TO GEr AJ-EAD OF A
GROUP OF RUNT\ERS FROM REEDS SPRING. 6 . EfiiiiLY
LOCKS 1-ER EYES ON 1-ER NEXT TARGET

MIDOI...EION AJSHES THROUGH Tl-£ SECX)ND MILE AT Tl-£


NIXA lf\NfrATIONAL 8 . GAVIN WND FUES TO Tl-£ RNISH Uf\E
AT Tl-£ NIXA INVTTATIONAL 9 . EVAN HAf\EY GLANCES AT
Tl-£ CAMERA FROM THE BOI...IVAR STARTING Uf\E. 10. UKE
USUAL, BRYAN VALENCIA HAS A SMILE FOR Tl-£ CAMERA
(EVEN THOUGH f-E IS IN Tl-£ MIDDLE OF A DRIWNG SK).
11. AUSTIN RBD STARTS HIS RNAL SPRINT AT DISTRICTS.
12. SETH WOODS WORKS THROUGH HIS RNAL MILE A TTl-£
BOI...IVAR MEEr. 13. Sl-f3...BY JACKSON SMILES BRIGHTLY AS
SI-E RECEIVES HER ALL-STATE MEDAL FOR Tl-£ SECX)ND

TRENTON WEliS
ENAN HANEY 19:15
SI-El.BY J A O<SON 19:31
BAANOON BL.B:::HER 20:45
ETHAN BARTl3.. 21:32
D-IARiES MIDOI.ETON 21:40
GAVIN WNO 22:18
AJ...JSnN AEJO 22:21
DYlAN CLEMMONS 24:41
SETH WOODS 27:26
BRYAN VALENCIA 28:09
1. BROOKE THIE~EN. Z.KAlY KINCAID PUln ON
6REEN.3CIERRA IY1CDANIEL TAKE~ A~WIN6
4CYNTHIA IY1EAN~ CAREfUUY CHOO~E~ AaUB
fROIY1 HER CADDY. 5. KAlY KINCAID,CIERRA
tJ1CDANIEl COACH BRENNON ABRAHAIY1. REBA
tJ1(6UIPJ, AND BROOKE THIE~EN. 6. REBA
tJ1(6UIRE CONCENTRATIN6 ON HER ~WIN6.
7.KAITLYN KINCAID WATCH£~ HER PUlT ACRO~~
6REEN.8.BROOKE THIE~EN DRIVE~ THE
DOWN THE fAIRWAY. 9. KAfTLYN KINCAID
CAREfULLY CHOO~E~ AaUB 10.~ENIO~ KAlY
KINCAID AND BROOKE THIE~EN.

f1Jf3~@~f3
OKE TH IE~EN: Distrid Z1st, Sedionol
Score of 97, ond Hole In One this year!
KAlY KINCAID: 125
CYNTHIA MEAN~: 138
REBA tJ1C6UI~E: 134
CIE~M MCDANIEL 130
ASSEMBLY. 4 . ..N GO-CAPTAIN AMY O.M,~­
ROOTING ON HER TEAM AT THE ..N
CXYJRTWARMING GAME 5 . (LEFT TO RIGHT)
ROW 1: KRIST1NA TODD AND DANIEUE
JENKS. ROW 2 : TRINITY GOINS, Bll.JE .K)
IIACDOINN, Cl-f...OE FRANCIS. 6. JESSICA
VAZQUEZ 7. BIWE .K) IIACDOINN
REPRESENTING HER FOOTBA/.J._ TEAM ON
HOMECXJMING NIGHT. 8 . Cl-f...OE FRANCIS.
9 . VARSITY CHEER TEAM (LEFT TO RIGHT)

JENKS. ROW 2 : KRIS'nNA TODD. ROW 3 :


FRANCIS, BIWE .K) fv?CCX)WN,

12. HALEY BLOOR, ROSE VAZQUEZ, JESSICA VAZQUEZ AND


KAYI...BGH COOK SHOWING THBR SCHOOL PRIDE. 13. VARSfTY
CAPTAIN JOANNA BROWN. 14. CO-cAPTAIN DANIB.l.E JENKS
LEADS STRETa-tES BEFORE A GAME 15. .N CHEER TEAM (l..B=T
TO RIGI-IT) ROW 1: JESSICA VAZQUEZ, AMY BASS. ROW 2 :
HALEY BLOOR, CHLOE RICE, ABIGAIL TODD. ROW 3 : GARY
GARRETT, NORA a.ARK, KAHLEA JONES, MONICA ADAMS, AND
REBECCA a.JRTlS AS BUFFY. 16. KAHLEA JONES. 17. KAYl.BGH
COOK. 18. JOANNA BROWN SHOWING HER SAO< WALK OVER
AT A BASKETBALL GAME 19. GARY GARRETT POSING AS A
PROUD BHS CHEERLEADER! 20. TRINfTY GOINS.
TOMFKINS, BRIANNA COBB, PARKER TYREE, GII\JO
GALLO, ANGELO HAZE._, a.AYTON BONE, WYATT
DARNS.i.., LACI BANKS, REBA fv1CCXJIRE, ROW 2:
CONNOR GRAY, KYLE COOLEY, TRAVIS a.EMMONS,
AUSTIN STARKEY, NOAH GENTRY, CXJACH INGRAM,
HAYDEN MILLER, JARED GENTRY, BENJAMIN SMfTH,
TOBY HOUAND.
aEMMONSGOESUPFORA
SHOT WHILE HAYDEN MIUER,
KYLE c:x::>oLEY, AND NOAH
GENTRY GET READY TO

ATTHEPOST. 3. WYATT
DARf\ELL BRINGS THE BALL
DOWN TI-E CCXJRT. 4. KYLE
c:x::>oLEY DRIVES PAST TI-E

LOOKS FOR AN INSIDE PASS.


6. G INO GALLO, ANGS...O
HAZE... COACH INGRAM,
13. a.AYTON BONE, TRAVIS
CL.E111111110NS, AND NOAH GENTRY
RAYING AGGRESSNE DEFENSE
14. GINO GALLO BREAKS THE
PRESS. 15. ANGB...O HAZEL GOES
TOWARDS TI-E BASKET. 16. COACH
INGRAM TRIES TO IIIIOTJVATE TI-E

Tf-1: RIM. 17. BENJAMIN SMfTH


SHC>OTING A FREE THROW
18. GINO GALLO, CONNOR GRAY,
a.AYTON BONE. HAYDEN MIUER,
AND NOAH GENTRY IN TI-£/R 2-3
ZO DEFENSE
1. 20 1 4 - 1 5 GIRLS BASKETBALL (LEFT TO
RIGHT) ROW 1: COACH TOM STOKES, HANNAH WILLIAMS,
HALEY GILPIN, EMMA WOLFE, MORGAN HENDERSON, AMBER
AUSTIN, ASST. COACH MARC/ KENAOY. ROW 2 : KATE MOORE.
ANNA SILAS, CARLEY SMITH, A/LEIGH PHILLIPS , MADISON
TURNER. ROW 3 : TAAYN ELlA, EM/LEE TODD. HAILEY CARTER.
TAYLOR FAULKNER. 2 . TAYLOR FAULKNER MAKES THE LONG
PASS. 3 . EMMA WOLF, HANNAH WILLIAMS, AND HAILEY CARTER
IN THEIR DEFEAT OF GLENDALE. 4 . THE LADY BISON DEFEAT
STRAFFORD TO CLAIM A DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP. 5 . COACH
STOKES MOTIVATES THE T E AM TO GIVE IT THEIR ALL.
7 . SENIORS MORGAN HENDERSON AND AMBER AUSTIN. 7 . HALEY
GILPIN MAKES A BIG SHOT. 8 . CARLEY SMITH HUSTLES FOR THE
BALL. 9 . MAO/SON TURNER PLAYS DEFENSE AGAINST BOLIVAR.
10. AMBER AUSTIN THROWS THE BALL IN. 11. TAAYN ELlA SCANS l.oilllliiiiiii._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.___.
THE FLOOR. 1 2 . TAYLOR FAULKNER TAKES IT TO THE HOLE; SHE I ···~~
SCORED HER 1, OOOTH POINT THIS SEASON/ 1 3 . EMILY TODD AND I I
HANNAH WILLIAMS WORK HARD IN THE JV GAME. 14.HALEY
GILPIN PUSHES THE BALL AFTER SHE GETS A STEAL 1 5 . THE
LADY BISON TAKE 4TH PLACE IN THE STATE PLAYOFFS. 16.
/LEIGH PHILLIPS SETS A SCREEN FOR MORGAN HENDERSON. 1 7 .
HALEY GILPIN SETS UP A SCREEN FOR TAYLOR FAULKNER'S MAN.
1 8 . HALEY GILPIN AGf-fTS FOR THE REBOUND. 1 9 . THE LADY
BISON ARE STATE BOUND/ 20.MOAGAN HENDERSON TAKES THE
BALL TO THE HOLE IN THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP; SHE REACHED

EA 2 , 000TH POINT THIS SEASON/ 21 .HAILEY CARTER. 22. AMBER i==~~;~::::


AUSTIN. 23. HA/LAY GILPIN. 24. KATE MOORE. 25. THE LADY
BISON HOLD HANDS WHLE HONORING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM.
26. A/LEIGH PHILLIPS MAKING A PASS. 27. MORGAN HENDERSON
ABOUT TO SHOOT A FREE THROW. 28. EMMA WOLF SHOOTING
A LAY- UP IN WARM UPS.
VS8...00RADO 63-42
VS CA11-IOL...JC 57- 61
VSa..EVEA 65-36
VS FAIR GROVE 5 7-51
VSWAASAW 84- 45
VSSPOKANE 65-51
VSSKYUNE 57-56
VSGLENDALE 56-42
VS STOUTlAND 80-46
VSCROCKER 68-53
VSLEBANON 73-57
VS WAJ....NUr GROVE 46-56
VSCOMIVAY 77-41
VS MORRISVIUE 75- 45
VS AOGERSVIUE 41 -43
VSOSAGE 71 -70
VS CAM[)ENTON 95- 90
VSBOLNAR 70- 76
VS CA11-IOL...JC 63-57
VS I-IOUJSTER 72-24
VS A...EASAENT HOPE 64- 24
VS FAIR GROVE 54- 36
VS STRAFFORD 68- 44
VSSTOCKTON 63-55
VSST. JAMES 66-53

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1. MAROJS AUTREY SPAAVVLS DOWN ON
HIS OPPONENT TO STOP HIS SHOT. 2 . CODY GRUBER
HAS HIS HAND RAJSED IN VICTORY. 3 . COACH NOLAN
GErS THE WRES11...Ef'{S READY FOR WEJGH INS. 4 . JUsnN
RUBLE WATCHES HIS OPPONENT FROM CENTRAL AND
PREPARES TO HrT A TAKE DOWN. 5 . SHANE SISCO KEEPS
HIS OPPONENT BROKEN DOWN ONTO TI-E MAT WHu..E 1-E
WORKS HIS MOVES TO GEr A PIN. 6 . TRENTON HOUSTON
TAKES DOWN HIS OPPONENT AND WORKS A BREAK
DOWN. 7 . TY SKARIN SHOOTS ON HIS OPPONENT TAKING
HIM DOWN QUICKLY. 8 . COACH KENADY FOCUSES
INTENTLY ON THE OJRAENT MATCH WHILE COACH
MIDDLETON LOOKS AT THE SCORE 9 . THE VARSITY TEAM
PAOUOLY DISPlAYS THSR 3RD A.ACETAOPI-IY FROM
BUTl.ER. THEY LATER RECEIVED THSR RRST TOURNAMENT
CHAMPIONSHIP IN OVER A DECADE 10. THE TEAM
STREra-ES BEFORE THEY WARM UP AND COMPETE

68
11 . CXX.TEN KENADY STARES DOWN HIS
OPPONENT AND IS PREPARED TO GET A QUICK
TAKEOOWN. 12. SENIOR WREST1.ERS (LEFT TO RIGHT)
ROW 1: AMANDA f-IJNTl.EY, MANAGER. ROW 2 : ADAM
NTl.EY, THOMAS HSPKE, TY SKARIN. 13. KYLE SCURLOCK
MOVES TO AVOID GETTING TAKEN DOWN. 14. IZAVIER
NER TIES UP WfTH HIS OPPONENT. 15. AUSTIN ABO HAS
HIS HAND RAISED TRIUMPHANTLY. 16. BLAKE WIWAMSON
AND MARa.JS AUTREY RB.AX WfTH THE TEAM IN THE
BLEACHERS BETWEEN DUALS. 17. TRENTON HOUSTON AND
JUSTIN RUBLE WATCH THE ONGOING MATCHES IN
BETWEEN TOURNAMENT ROUNDS. 18. SHB.BY JAO<SON
HIPS DOWN INTO HER OPPONENT FROM CENTRAL TO
PREVENT A LEG ATTAO<. 19. NOAH MAYTON CI-IECKS TO
SEE IF HE HAS A BLOODY NOSE sa=ORE THE WRESTUNG
MATCH CX)NTINUES. 20. S/Of\EY MAUZEY, ETHAN BARTS...,
AND IZAVIER SPIGNER ARE UP WfTH TENSION AS THEY
WATCH THE a.JRRENT MATCH.
21 . TEAM PHOTO (LB=T TO RIGHT) ROW 1: CAYLEE
OSBORNE (MANAGER), CX>DY GILlETTE, SHB.BY JAO<SON,
MICHAB.. ADKINS, KYLE SCURLOCK, CHARLES MIDDLErON,
IZAVIER SPIGNER, CX)OY GRUBER, BLAKE BILYBJ
(MANAGER). ROW 2 : CX)ACH MIDDLErON, CX>ACH KENADY,
KEVIN SIMON, ETHAN BARTS.., JOHN STOB, AUSTIN ABO,
TON KENAOY, BLAKE WIWAMSON, TRENTON HOUSTON,
MARa.JS AUTREY, CX)ACH NOLAN. ROW 3 : CIERRA
MCDANIB_ (MANAGER), SIOf\EY MAUZEY, TY SKARIN, NOAH
MAYTON, SHANE SISCX>, ZACHARIAH DRAKE, THOMAS
HEJPKE, MICHAB.. JENKS, ADAM HUNTlEY, ..USTIN RUBLE,
AND AMANDA HUNTlEY (MANAGER).

WRESTUNG SCORES
BUFFALO VS HOUJSTER 78 6
BUFFALO VS a CXJAADO 72 12
BUFFALO VS a._CX)N 69 9
BUFFALO VS PARKVIEW 40 25
BUFFALO VS NEVADA 45 27
BUFFALO VS GLENDALE 66 15
BUFFALO VS NORTH CALLOWAY 78 6
BUFFALO VS SULLNAN 49 27
BUFFALO VS MAASHAaD 34 34
BUFFALO VS VERSAIUES 27 46
BUFFALO VS a CXJAACX) 69 9
BUFFALO VS OSAGE 52 20
BUFFALO VS MAASHRaD 27 30
BUFFALO VS H/U._CAEST 42 19
BUFFALO VS CENTRAL 50 24
BUFFALO VS DIAMOND 60 12
BUFFALO VS WIUARD 33 44
BUFFALO VS BOLNAR 51 24
BUFFALO VS ROGERSVIUE 39 24
BUFFALO VS CATHOLJC 69 3
BUFFALO VS WARSAW 54 18

69
RAMSEY PRAcnctNGi RIGHT se=oRE 1-£ IS
ABOUT TO START HIS ROUND. 5 . 2015 BOYS
TEAM (LEFT TO RIGHT) COACH BRENNON
ABRAHAM, MICHAS... .EN<S, EVAN RAMSEY,
BRADY DEO<ARD, DANia a..ARKE, LANE
FIB....OER, MICHAS... f'v1CCLENOON, AND MICHAS...
YORK. 6 . EVAN RAMSEY TAKES A QUICK

PERSONAL BEST RECORDS

BRADY DECKARD SCX>RED83


WATTS IN UI\E TO TEE OFF AT HOLE 01\E OF DANia a...ARKE SCXJRED 92
Tl-£ KAREN KJAR fvE1v!ORIAL GOLF CXYJRSE LANEAaDER SCXJRED 100
10. BRADY DEO<ARD AJTTS HIS GOLF BALL
MICHAa JENKS SCXJRED 117
INTO THE HOLE 11. LAI\E FIS....OER WATTS FOR
HIS TtJRN TO Hrr FROM THE F AiRWAY
BIANRAMSEY SCXJRED 116
BY5rANDERS GATHER AROUND THE THROWING RING.
3 . TRENTON WB..LS POWERS THROUGH THE RNAL STRETCH
ON THE GRUB..JNG 1600 METER RUN. 4. CAILYN WAIDE

LOOKS AHEAD TO THE NEXT RUNNER IN THE 4X1 00 METER


RB.AY. 6 . BLAKE BILYB..J FUES THROUGH HER RACE AT
Rrn.JBUC. 7 . THOMAS HEIPKE WORKS TO PASS HIS
OPPONENTS ON THE BOO METER RUN. 8 . KYLE SCURLOCK
RACES THROUGH HIS LEG OF THE Dl5rANCE MEDLEY AT THE
ROGERSVILLE RB.AYS. 9. SHB..BY JAO<SON AND JUUETTE

FOR SECTIONALS FOR THE CAMERA SHB..BY JAO<SON


QUAJ..JREO IN THE 1600 METER RUN AND JUUETTE MOORE
QUAUREO IN BOTH THE 100 METER HURDI..ES AND TRIPLE
JUMP. 10. SENIORS THOMAS HEIPKE, CAILYN WAIDE, AND
CARTER LUTHER.

LEFT: TRAO< TEAM (LEFT TO RIGHT) ROW 1: LORB...B


JONES (MANAGER), BLAKE BILYB..J, 5rARLA COOKE, JESSICA
VAZQUEZ, CHLOE UNDER-RICE, SHS..BY JAO<SON, NATAUE
NIMMO. ROW 2: DONTAE TOPPIN, EMILY RICHARDSON, HALEY
PARNOSKY, AYLA POPE, OERRA fiiiCDANIB_, CAILYN WAIDE,
GABRAJ3...J...A RAMOS, SKYLAR WIMBERLY. ROW 3 : BROO<
HAMLEr, ETHAN BARTS.... KYLE SCURLOCK, DALLAS RIGG, LEVI
PKXNEY, TRENTON WB..LS, JOHN 5r0B. ROW 4 : CARTER
LUTHER, LEVI CARL. AUSTIN 5rARKEY, COLTEN KENAOY,
GAVIN LUND, AUSTIN MILLER, THOMAS HEJPKE ROW 5: COACH
MILLER, COACH VIETS, COACH DEAN, COACH SMrrH.
GAME AGAINST B... DORADO. 4 . DYLAN COBB WINOS UP TO
PfTCH THE BALL 5 . DYLAN COBB RUNS TO CATCH THE
BASEBALL 6 . BILLY flt1CXXJI'E IS ABOUT TO TI-IROW TI-lE
BASEBALL TO A TEAMMATE 7 DREW KAYS JOGS TO HIS
OUTF/8...0 POSITION ATTI-E MARSI-FIB...O GAME 8 . TRAVIS
a.EMfvJONS PREPARES TO Hfr THE BALL 9 . BASEBALL TEAM
(LEFT TO RIGHT) ROW 1: BRADEN MATI-f3NS, DREW KAYS,

TYREE, IZAVIER SPIGNER, CODY GRUBER. ROW 2 : DEVIN


SPRAGLE, CODY ANDERSON, TRAVIS a.EMfvJONS, BILLY
flt1CXXJNE. TOBY HOLLAND, NICOI..AS PRESLEY. DYLAN
a.EMfvJONS, CHASE MfrCH3..L ROW 3 : AUsnN WIWAMS,
JARED GENTRY. DALLAS MC:X3.JIRE, COACH DALTON KE.LEY,
13
13. SPENCER ASHNORTH PREPARES TO CATCI-I
Tl-£ BALL 14. DEVIN SPRAGLE IS ON DECK TO BAT. 15.
SENIORS CHASE MffCI-f3...1... DALlAS f..IICGUIRE, AND SPENCER
ASHNORTH. 16. PARKER 7YREE GETS INTO HIS READY
POSff/ON. 17. CHASE MffCHa..l.. Uf\ES A SINGLE. 18. COLBY
KRANER COMES IN AFTER AN INNING AT Tl-£ MARSI-FIB.D
GMvE 19. BENJAMIN SMrrH CI-EERS ON HIS TEAM DURING
Tl-£ SEYMOUR GAME 20. Tl-£ BISON BASEBALL TEAM AND
COACI-ES STAND DURING THE NATIONAL ANn-Bvf AT Tl-£
GAME AGAINST HOLL.JSTER. 21 . DYlAN a...E1vfNIONS
MORE UGHTING N THE HAI-X)"
5 MIAAI'X)A 1.EARt-ED ~FROM HER DAD. WHO HAS
BEEN TEACHNG HER SINCE YOIJn-l
6 HER BAOTI-ER AI-X) SISJCR TRAIN WITH HER
SOMEn-IING HE DOES NOT TB.L
MOSr PEDPlE.
8/AN HANEY ADMfTS THAT HE
RUNS WITH BOTH OF HIS ARMS
PAF!Kffi TYREE AOIIAITTED TO THE
YEARBOOK SfAFFTHAT HE ACTUALLY
TIES HIS SHOES IN 3 KNOTS

TO PI.AY A PECUUAR INSTRUfiiiENT


CALLED THE OCARINA.
PICTURED:
CHRIST~

OJJ...NAN.

APPAOXIMATB...Y 6'2'.
CARL LOVES PlAYING HIS TUBA
IN Tl-£ eu=FALO HIGH SCHOOL
BAND.
DAKOTAH UJTI-ER SAYS, "I
LOVE TO JUGGLE"
cx::>DY GillETTE SAYS, "I AM IN
LOVE WfTH CHICK FUCKS."
JE/'IIIFER PARSONS SAYS, "I
DONT UKE WHEN PEOAE
KAITLYNN BLATTa_ SAYS, "/
WHTTTtE WOOD."
PARKER WOODWARD SAYS,

WATCHING FOOD
NETWORK'S SHOWS."
"/GOT RAN OVER
BY A PONTOON BOATr'
BLAKE WIWAMSON SAYS, "I
PLAY VIDEO GAMES."

"/LOVE TO DRAW
ALOTr'
NOT PICTURED:
JACOB CHARLETON,
JAMES JJSTICE,
KAUPAFU

COMPETE IN GYMNASfiC
COMPETTTIONSFOR6
YEARSf'
CARSON TOTI-NVALKER
SAYS, "I AM AFRAID OF
f-ORSES."
ISABI3...L. WALTMAN SAYS, "I
KNOW ALL OF THE DISNEY
SONGS."
SHOWS RABBfTS
INTERNATIONALLY.
BRAYOON BLECHER LOVES HIS
FRIENDS.
FArTH THOMAS HAS BEEN TO
FOUR DIFFERENT CONTINENTS.
IS fvJU...TICULTURAL
DALTONPOEOWNSA
MINIATURE PIG.
TAYLOR FOR O ,
TUCKER
S HOOP

SHAN/A DICKEN SAYS THAT


SI-E LOVES BSNG GOOFY.
DALTON C ARTER BOXES IN HIS
FREETII\IE
SHARON DAVES /S DEAF IN
ONE EAR.
AusnN OCHI\EOER SHARED wrTH
US THAT f-£ LOVES KID SHOVI/SI
MARIAH AUBLE SAID THAT SHE HAS
A MINIATURE PIG
AI..JSON GORMAN TOLD US THAT
Wf-EN SHE WAS LJTTI.E SHE ALWAYS
WANTED TO BE A IVERMAIDI

S8
LAKYN WIMBERLY SAID THAT Sl-£
LNES ON A FARM.
MAlA CXJTE SHARED THAT Sl-£
WATCJ-£8 OR. PHIL
KERSTEN STRICKLAND SERVED AS
TI-E DISTRICT 13 FBLA \IP OF
fi/Efv18ERSHIP.

89
SHARED WTTH US THAT SI-E
CAN AAYTHE AANO.
DAKOTA GRUBER STARRED
IN BOTH RAYS THIS YEAR.
HARLEY UNOSAY SAID THAT
HOW TO TRAIN YOUR
DRAGON IS HIS FAVORfTE
MOVIE

90
FAANKUN
SHEPPARD,
HANNAH
SHEPPARD.

cD@[f)fJ)CJfJ!J [36J(!][3
THAT HE HAS NEVER BEEN
~
HUNTING. t3 e1J Qf1
~

~
JAIME SLAO< HAS BEEN ON

gt3 ~
a
THE HONOR ROLL ALL 4
QUARTERS THIS YEAR/ (N
JORDAN RAUE UKES
WORKING ON CARS.
~ ~ ~
~
~ §J

91
92
MOST PREPARED - KERSTEN STAIO<U\NO AND TAISrAN R..JGITT BEST
ACTRESS - \iS._VETa..AY CLASS CLOWNS - AMANOA 1-f..JNflEY AND
a..AYTON BONE MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT MORGAN HENO€FISON AND DYLAN
c:x::>eB BEST MUSICIANS - KAfTLYN MANAAY AND JOSH POf'El..AAZ BEST
EYES SAVANNAHZJ..JMNALT AND IIJ..JSTNSCI-ft-EIOER MOST ATHLETIC
DALLAS MCG..JFE AND MORGAN HENO€FISON BEST LEADERS JOSH
POPEJ..AAZ AND KERSTEN STAIO<U\NO BEST HAIR THOMAS aEMM0NS AND
AUSON GORMAN BEST FRIENDS GINO GALLO AND CYNTHIA lvEANS.
LOUDEST - SAM PAAO AND MADISON WISE MOST UKELY TO BE A
SUPEAVILLAIN - DANIEL aAPK AND MAlA COTE BIGGEST CHANGE IN HIGH
SCHOOL CAF1TS'l UJT1-£R AND HANNA WIM~Y CUTEST COUPLE CHASE
MITCHEI..L AND KRISTA BOAO. BIGGEST PAOCAASTINA TORS MEAGAN
MASSONI AND JACOB SHARP MOST UKELY TO BE A MILUONAIAE BRADY
CECKAAO AND AUSON GORMAN MOST UKELY TO BE ON A AEAUTY SHOW
a..AYTON BONE. AND MADISON WISE MOST UKELY TO SLEEP IN CLASS
LAKYN WIM~Y AND JACOB SHARP BIGGEST AJATS KEli.SEY i-£FI'EFI
AND DAKOTA CARL SMARTEST - TAYLOR STANTON AND BRADY CECKARO
ALWAYS NEED A AIDE AEBBX:ABAIONESANDDANELOAPK MOST
UKELY TO BE LATE TO GAADUATION T ASfll-iA we-DT AND SP€NCER

93
1. HANNAH RUMfELT. )HELANAJON£),AND
CAILYN WAIDE )MILE fOR THE CAMERA. Z. VELVET
CLAY, THOMA) JOHN)ON, AND ADAM HUNTLEY
WAIT WITH THE OTHER )EN lOR) BEfORE THE
BREAKfA)T. 3. HANNA WIMBERLY 60£)
THROU6H THE fOOD LINE. 4. HANNAH
WIMBERLY) MOM EXPLAIN) PRIOR TO THE
VIDEO THAT COP I£) MAY BE PURCHA)£0.
5.l.ACHARY RUTH RELAX£) DURIN6 THE
BREAKfA)T. 6. AU)TIN )CHNEIDER )16N) THE
)EN lOR )16N OUT PA6£ fOR THE YEARBOOK.
.ALI)ON 60RMAN AND LAKYN WIMBERLY PO)£
THE CAMERA. 8.KRI)TA BORO 600f) Off
)EN lOR BREAKfA)T. 9. )HELANAJONE) CLEAN)
OUT HER LOCKER
0. CODY )TOKE)BERRY. ClAYrON BON~ DALlA) MAY)HARK AND )AMU
PARO CHOW DOWN ON THEIR BREAKfA)T.11. CHRI)TOPHER 600DMAN
HEAD) TO 6RADUATION PRACTICE.1Z. )IERRA HOWE PO)E) WITH HER CAP
AND 60WN IN HAND.13. THOMA) HEIPKE )16N) THE )EN lOR )16N OUT
PA6E.14.lANE HUNT AND TE))A BOWER) )MILE ATTHE BREAKfA)T.
15.JORDAN RAUE PUT) HI) )16NATURE ON THE )EN lOR )16N OUT PA6E.
TAYLOR )TANTON )MILE) WHILE BROOKE THIE)EN ENJOY) THE BREAKf
BEHIND HE~ 17. HARLEY LIND)AY flA)HE) THE CAMERA A6RIN BEfORE
)11TIN6 DOWN fOR BR£AKfA)T.18. M). CARMEN )MITH fiLL) HER PlAT£.19.
CARTER LUTHER HAND) IN HI) 6RADUATION NAME CARD.
ZO. 6ARFffi WOLfE ENJOY) HI) MEAL 21. KATIE KAY) AND AU)TIN
)CHNEIDER )MILE fOR THE CAMERA.
1. ANGELO HAZB._ RECENJNG HIS
DIPLOMA. 2 . AUSTlN SCHNBDER SHAKING MS.
MAYBARY'S HAND. 3 . HANNAH RUI'vJFB...T AND
LAURB'J STEWART WALKING WrrH PINKIES
CROSSED. 4 . COLAN SIMS AND GARRETT WOLFE
WALKING WrrH ARMS UNKEO. 5 . KATIE KAYS AND
TABITHA NUNN. 6 . KAfTl..YN MANARY RECEIVING
ER DIPLOMA. 7 . ARIB- alA. 8 . REBECCA BRIONES
SMILES AS SHE RECEIVES HER DIPLOMA. 9 . THE
SENIOR CLASS OF 2015 ARE PRESENTED AS
CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION. 10. AMBER
AUSTlN, MRS. INGRAM, AND BROOKE THIESEN
GEf A SNAPSHOT Bff=ORE GRADUATION.

TAYLOR STANTON, fvfORGAN TRISTAN


HENDERSON, MIRANDA MAVERICX R.JGfTT

96
11. GINO GALl...O AND MADISON
WISE WALKING TOGETHER. 12. BETH
SORENSON AND SAVANNAH ZU/"v1vVAL.T
SMIUNG AS THEY ENTER. 13. DYLAN COBB
AND HANNA WIMBERLY. 14. TAYLOR
STANTON, SENIOR a.ASS PRESIDENT AND
GOOD FRIEND BROOKE THIESEN WALKING
OGETHER. 15. CAILYN WADE AND SHANNO
SMITH. 16. JAMES HAHN AND SAMANTHA
fv1CCL.OUD. 17. KB.LSEY HEFNER, KAYL.EE
DAMM, AND MAO<ENZIE LASHLEY-CHILDERS.
18. AUSON GORMAN RECENING HER
DIPLOMA. 19. LAKYN WIMBERLY sa=ORE
GRADUATION. 20. Efv1/LY POTTER AND
SHANNON SMITH. 21. GRADUATING SENIORS
OF 2015 RIGHT Bs=ORE GRADUATION.
22. BECKA YARBROUGH RECENING HER
DIPLOMA. 23. KERSTEN STRICKLAND, KRISTA
BORO, AND MORGAN HENDERSON.
24. JOSB='f-1 HAGUE AND ANTHONY
OBERNUa=EI'v1ANN WALKING IN TOGETHER.
25. SAMUB_ PARO SHAKING MS. MAYBARY'S
HAND AND RECEIVING HIS DIPLOMA.

97
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~1~

9
99
61\ADUATION WA~ HELD ATTHE NEW ANDY B'~
~PRIN6FIELD. MO THI~ YEAR THE ~ENIOR CtA~~ Of 2015
ENJOYED fOOD AND fUN THANK~ TO THE HARD WORK Of
MANY OfTHEIR PARENT~! THE ~EN lOR~ HAD ABUffET Of
HOR~ D'OEUVRE~. ~ODA AND DE~~ERT~. THEY WERE AL~O
61VEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO ~ERENADE EACH OTHER WITH
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