Senior Spotlights from CHS

Morgan Lynn Bestgen

Morgan Lynn Bestgen

Conner William George is the son of Bill George and Brenda George.

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Conner William George

His favorite school activities are athletics including golf and basketball. In fact, he has already earned two varsity letters while maintaining a 3.6 GPA.

“My favorite memory was winning the California Basketball Tournament for the first time in 25 years,” said Conner.

He is a member of NHS and sees Speech as his most beneficial class. It helps with speaking and writing skills.

“I will miss having all my friends together because I probably won’t see any of them very often if at all,” said Conner.

Outside of school Conner is a member of Annunciation Catholic Church and ????involved in the Food, Football, Jesus program that takes place every Monday during NFL season.

“I feel like this town has made me who I am,” said Conner.

After high school Conner plans are to attend Moberly Community College with his A+ and then transfer to MU to graduate with his degree in Sports Medicine.

Tayler Rae Bonecutter is the daughter of Steve and Melissa Bonecutter.

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Tayler Rae Bonecutter

Her favorite school activities are FFA and FBLA. Her proudest honors are lettering in softball, getting second place overall for the MORE dirt bike series last year, and being named Employee of the Year at McDonald’s.

“Ag construction is the most beneficial class because the welding we do will benefit me at Linn Tech,” said Tayler.

Her favorite memory was going to Texas for the FBLA Leadership Conference with the other officers. She will miss her friends because all of them will go different ways and drift apart.

After high school Tayler plans to attend Linn Tech to study Automotive Collision, then eventually get to own her father’s body shop.

Caitlin Sue Meyer is the daughter of David and Rhonda Meyer.

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Caitlin Sue Meyer

Her favorite school activities are playing basketball, being in Sounds of Joy, and going to football games. Caitlin’s proudest achievements are being vice president in both FFA and Spanish Club and earning all ones all three years at music contest.

Her favorite memory is going to quarterfinals her sophomore year in basketball.

“All of Mrs. Nelson’s classes have helped me because they prepared me for some of my college classes,” said Caitlin, who will miss seeing all her teachers everyday because she has had them for multiple years.

Caitlin will also miss being with her sister every day and not being able to go to all of her activities and games.

Outside of school she is a member of the United Church of Christ of California and its senior high youth fellowship.

After high school Caitlin plans to attend Mizzou to get her degree to be a pharmacist.

Morgan Lynn Bestgen is the daughter of Jay and Connie Bestgen.

Her favorite school activities are hanging out with her friends, watching sports and being in FFA. Her proudest honor is being in the National Honor Society.

“I will miss going to school with the people I have grown up with and the teachers I have bonded with,” said Morgan.

Her favorite high school memory is the FFA trip to Colorado this past summer.

The most beneficial class for Morgan is Mrs. Barr’s speech class because even though it was tough, it helped her with public speaking.

“I will also miss the comfort of ‘home’ and being in the ‘small town’ where everybody knows everybody,” said Morgan.

Outside of school she attends the UCC of California as well as its youth group.

After high school Morgan plans to attend college at Moberly Area Community College with her A+ and then finish at Mizzou.

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