Senior Spotlights

Trenton William Keller is the son of Brad and Sue Keller.

Trenton William Keller is the son of Brad and Sue Keller.

— Senior Spotlights

by Sydni Reuter

Trenton William Keller is the son of Brad and Sue Keller.

Trenton’s favorite in-school and out-of-school activities are riding four wheelers and dirt bikes, watching football games, and hanging with friends.

Trenton’s proudest achievements are getting 2nd in districts, 6th out of 18 at state for Collision Body Repair mechanics. He is also proud of not getting in trouble for his whole junior year.

One of Trenton’s favorite memories in high school is being in Mr. Sangster’s class because he loved hanging out with Sangster. What he will miss the most about high school is his friends and how they had many laughs at the lunch table.

From his community, Trenton will miss the Ham and Turkey Festival and football home games the most. Trenton’s most beneficial class was Nichols because it really helped him figure out what he wanted to do after school.

Trenton is currently working at Dukes and Boots Bar and Grill as a cook and dishwasher. He plans on going to Linn Tech for auto collision repair.

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Cody Bryson Sanders is the son of Dwight and Sherry Sanders.

Cody Bryson Sanders is the son of Dwight and Sherry Sanders.

He enjoys the yearbook, newscast, and football games. In his initial years at CHS, Cody played football and golf. Cody’s proudest achievements are having a license, a job, and a car.

Cody believes that desktop publishing is his most beneficial class because he wants to work with computers when he graduates. He wants to go to a community college for a degree in computer science.

From high school, Cody will miss his friends the most. He will also miss working at Cal’s Thriftway.

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Tyler Needy is the son of Briget and Harry William Needy.

Tyler Needy is the son of Briget and Harry William Needy.

His activities are FFA, going to the races, and hanging with his friends. His achievements are getting his license, having a job, and finishing school.

After he leaves high school. Tyler will miss his friends. He will also miss racing and doing figure 8.

Tyler believes math is the most beneficial coursework because “you will always need math in your life.”

Tyler said, “My favorite memory in high school is painting the football field,” which he did as part of Turf Management class with Mr. Bieri.

Rachael Marie Hoback is the daughter of Deanna and Jerry Hoback.

Rachael’s favorite school activities are band, choir, and football games. Her achievements are lettering in music, lettering in the math team, and being in Tri-M for the past three years. She is also a member of the Annunciation Catholic Church.

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Rachael Marie Hoback is the daughter of Deanna and Jerry Hoback.

Her favorite high school memories are the music trips.

“I went to Wisconsin Dells with the band and then to Nashville with the choir,” said Rachael.

She will miss her friends the most in high school and being able to hang out with them.

Rachael believes Psychology is the most beneficial class because “it shows how a human being functions in many ways.”

She plans going to State Fair Community College to get a special educational degree then to Central Methodist University for her education degree.

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