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FCCLA
Front row from left: Ryan Townley, Cassidi Hickson, Madison Schoenthaler, Janae Huxman, Sarah Schoenberger, Bailey Mattke, Emma Anderson
Second row: Jayden Goff, Cambrie Kemp, Julian Coker, Isabel Escalante, Gracie Pfannenstiel, Dillon Dunn
Third row: Shaelyn Cleland, Carter Minson, Andrew Mejia, Hannah Kinderknecht, Allie Mattke, Gracie Hickson
Fourth row: Matthew Potter, Lili Shubert, Adrianne Carr, Leyton Brock, Hadley Folsom, Rylee Spencer
Back row: Sydney Boyle, Libby Frost, Emma Day, Cooper Desormiers

 

 

 

State FCCLA

State FCCLA
The group smiles for a selfie on the balcony of their hotel after their first night of the conference.

 

By Gracie Hickson
Ten FCCLA members attended state leadership conference in Wichita on April 16 and 17.

The group arrived in Wichita at around ten and spent some time bonding and shopping. After that, they spent an hour playing with puppies at a pet store. The group then had their annual supper at Olive Garden.  After their meal, they headed to the opening session of the conference, which began at 6 p.m.

The next morning, the group woke up read for a day full of activities. They headed off to the conference at nine. They attended two breakout sessions before leaving at one. The first session was the college exhibits were students could go visit different booths and learn about a variety of different colleges. The second session was given by the keynote speaker. He talked about the different characteristics that help build a good leader.

The girls, Gracie Hickson, Emma Anderson, Janae Huxman, Sarah Schoenberger, Cassidi Hickson, Bailey Mattke, Allie Mattke, Rylee Spencer, Gracie Pfannenstiel, and Madison Schoenthaler had a good time and enjoyed making new memories.

 

 

 

 

Lady Eagles show powerpuff skills at powder puff

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By Gracie Hickson
The FCCLA hosted their annual Powder Puff football match on September 13.

The first match was freshmen against sophomores. The first touchdown of the game was made by Libby Frost, giving the sophomores a 6-0 lead. At halftime the freshmen were leading 6- 8 leaving the sophomore coaches on edge.

The second half started off with a touchdown and a two point conversion by the sophomores, making the score 14-6. The sophomores tried to maintain the lead by stalling; however, Lilli Shubert ran down for a touchdown tying the game. The freshmen failed to complete their two point conversion making the final score 14-14.

Next, the seniors faced the juniors. During this game, the seniors experience as Powder Puff players paid off as they showed off their football skills. The seniors also had as many coaches as they did players. This went in favor for the seniors as they were winning at halftime.

The second half was in favor of the seniors as well. By the last part of the game, the junior coaches had given up on their team and decided to look at their phones instead of their players. The seniors finished the game as champs, not letting the juniors score all game.

Emma
Emma
Pres.
Bailey
Bailey
V.P.
Madison
Madison
Sec.
Sarah
Sarah
Treas.