Sixteen candidates vie for Homecoming crowns

September 26, 2018

Ethan Schomburg
Jessie Glenn
is a senior involved in pep club, club, Student Council, NHS, FBLA, volleyball and basketball. She works at Alcantary Veterinary Hospital.

 

Q:What is your favorite Wildcat tradition?

A:My favorite Wildcat tradition is the Homecoming parade

 

Q:What is the best thing about Warsaw Homecoming?

A:The best thing about homecoming is how the whole school comes together and everyone has spirit, pep, and excitement.

 

Q:What is your greatest achievement in high school?

A: My greatest achievement in high school was earning the integrity chip on Veterans Day

 

Q:Who is your hero and why?

A: My hero is my dad because, no matter what the odds are he pushes until he gets the outcome he wants. He has taught me to never limit myself and to stand up for me and my rights.

 

Q:Where is your favorite spot on campus and why?

A:My favorite spot on campus is Mrs. Roellig’s room. Its like twilight zone in there, time slows and there is no school stress.

 

Jesse Johnson is a senior involved in FFA and FCCLA. He was a lifeguard at Warsaw Municipal Pool and a crew member at McDonalds.

 

Q:What is your favorite Wildcat tradition?

A: My favorite tradition is when we host the Veterans Day assembly because it gives the students a chance to show appreciation to the men and women who fought for our country.

 

Q: What is the best thing about Warsaw Homecoming?

A: The best thing about Homecoming is that the whole school gets to come together and cheer on our team, have pride, and make lifetime memories.

 

Q:What is your greatest achievement in high school?

A: My greatest achievement is being accepted into State Fair’s early childhood careers class.

 

Q: Where is your favorite spot on campus and why?

A: My favorite place in the school is the art room because I love to see the ceiling tiles made by so many students.

 

Q:What is the best advice you’ve ever received?

A: The best advice I have ever been given was from my nana, she said “when you get tired, learn to rest, not to quit”

 

Ethan Schomburg
Rylee Pals
is a senior involved NHS, color guard, Madrigal, math club and English club.

 

Q: What is your favorite Wildcat tradition?

A: My favorite Wildcat tradition is the Senior chant because I know I have waited 3 years to say this chant and if feels amazing.

 

Q: What is the best thing about Warsaw Homecoming?

A: We have so much spirit going around the school and it is crazy how everyone comes together to support our school and I think that’s what makes our Homecoming so special.

 

Q: What is your greatest achievement in high school?

A: Being accepted into NHS because I had always dreamed about doing it ever since I came to the first induction in middle school

 

Q:Who is your hero and why?

A: I consider my mother to be my hero because she has achieved so much even when she had nothing, which makes me want to be a better person because of her.

 

Q: Where is your favorite spot on campus and why?

A:The color guard room because there have been some great memories there.

 

Joey Mace is a senior involved in basketball and baseball.

 

Q: What is your greatest achievement in high school?

A: Getting All-District in baseball my junior year.

 

Q:Who is your hero and why?

A: My dad because he has always driven me to do my best.

 

Q: What is one thing you can’t live without and why?

A: My friends, I would get lonely.

 

Q: Where is your favorite spot on campus and why?

A: The gym, I usually have fun in there.

 

Q:What is the best advice you’ve ever received?

A: If people are not laughing at your goals, they are not high enough.

 

Ethan Schomburg
Suzy Cortright
is a senior involved in pep club, math club, English club, FCCLA, and NHS.

 

Q: What is your favorite Wildcat tradition?

A: My favorite Wildcat tradition is the Homecoming parade.

 

Q: What is your greatest achievement in high school?

A: My greatest achievement in high school is the grades I have achieved throughout my academic experience.

 

Q:Who is your hero and why?

A: My hero is my dad, because of the sacrifices he has made for me and his family and the person that he is.

 

Q: Where is your favorite spot on campus and why?

A: My favorite spot on campus is the courtyard because it is calm and relaxing.

 

Q:What is the best advice you’ve ever received?

A: The best advice I’ve ever received is not to get to caught up in the things that don’t even matter.

 

Eli Hawkins is a senior this year who is involved in football and track.

 

Q: What is your favorite Wildcat tradition?

A: Homecoming

 

Q: What is the best thing about Warsaw Homecoming?

A: The football game.

 

Q: What is your greatest achievement in high school?

A: Four year football varsity starter.

 

Q: What is the best advice you have ever received?

A: Watch how you treat everyone because you never know when you are going to need a job and they might be your boss.

 

Ally Estes
Helena Givens
is a senior involved in Math club, Madrigal, and varsity cheer. She works at Lincoln Community Car Center.

 

Q: What is your favorite Wildcat tradition?

A: When the cheerleaders do the green machine

 

Q: What is the best thing about Warsaw Homecoming?

A: Everyone getting involved making floats and other various Homecoming stuff

 

Q: What is your greatest achievement in high school?

A: Everything that I’ve done in Madrigal

 

Q: Who is your hero and why?

A: My mom and my cheer coach. They have both taught me so much that I could never thank them enough  

 

Q: What is one thing you can’t live without and why?

A:  I can’t live without my family, they are the people I go to when I have problems

 

Ethan Schomburg is a senior involved in newspaper, FBLA, pep club, English club, math club, tech club and golf. He works at both Walmart and McDonalds.

 

Q: What is your favorite Wildcat tradition?

A: My favorite Wildcat tradition is the building of all the homecoming floats it brings the classes closer together and makes them work as a team.

 

Q: What is the best thing about Warsaw Homecoming?

A: The best thing about Warsaw Homecoming is watching all the classes compete and give their 100% effort against each other.

 

Q: What is your greatest achievement in high school?

A: My greatest high school achievement was getting to sectionals in golf last year.

 

Q: Where is your favorite spot on campus and why?

A: My favorite spot on campus is the gym because it’s a place you can go to just have fun and release some stress from the day.

 

Q: What is the best advice you have ever received?

A: The best advice I have ever received is to treat people the way you want to be treated.

 

Ashten Cunningham is a junior involved in speech team, English club, and pep club. She works at Long Shoal Marina.

 

Q: What is your favorite Wildcat tradition?

A: My favorite Wildcat tradition is dressing up for pep club and cheering on our Wildcats

 

Q: What is the best thing about Warsaw Homecoming?

A: To me, the best thing about Warsaw Homecoming is getting to be involved in my school and make memories with some of my best friends.

 

Q: What does Homecoming royalty represent?

A: I think Homecoming royalty represents tradition in our school.

 

Q: Who is your hero and why?

A: My hero is my Mom. She amazes me every day with her strength and is my greatest role model

 

Q: What is the best advice you have ever received?

A: The best advice I have ever received is “when you hit the wall, break it down, and when they rebuilt it, break it again, and keep pushing forward”  

 

Chase Steiner is a junior involved in football. He works at Long Shoal Marina.

 

Q: What is your favorite Wildcat tradition?

A: SlappIng the helmet

 

Q: What is the best thing about Warsaw Homecoming?

A: The hype

 

Q: What does Homecoming royalty represent?

A: A good time

 

Q: Where is your favorite spot on campus and why?

A:  The football field because I don’t feel as good as I do anywhere else

 

Q: What is the best advice you have ever received?

A: How you do anything is how you do everything- Mr. Coach Stoecklein

 

Ethan Schomburg
Ally Wenberg
is a junior involved in volleyball, Stuco, pep club, yearbook, FFCLA, and FCA.

 

Q:What does Homecoming royalty represent?

A: It represents pride in our school and involvement

 

Q: What is your greatest high school achievement?

A: Being Libero in volleyball.

 

Q: Who is your hero and why?

A: My grandma because no matter what, she will always have my back and she is there for me to talk to.

 

Q:Where is your favorite spot on campus and why?

A: I love being in the freshman hallway, every teacher in that hallway is so friendly and is very consistent about going in the hall to greet the students as they come to class.

 

Q: What is the best advice you’ve ever received?

A: To treat others how you want to be treated.

 

Matthew Couzens is a junior involved in football and baseball. He works at Jackman’s Meat Processing.

 

Q: What is your favorite Wildcat tradition?

A:  State Walk

 

Q: What is your greatest achievement in high school?

A: Breaking a school record in only my junior year.

 

Q: Who is your hero and why?

A: My younger step brother. He has had around 16 surgeries and he is only 11. Yet, with all of the things he could be sad about and dwell on, he embraces it and has the best attitude about them. He always sees the bright side of things and I cannot praise him enough for it.

 

Q: What is one thing you can’t live without and why?

A: My dog. He has been in my life since before I can remember, and we have done almost everything together.

 

Q: What is the best advice you have ever received? –

A: The best advice I have been given is that a mistake is no reason to give up. Learn from it and use it to your advantage for your next experience.

 

Ethan Schomburg
Kiersten Grobe
is a junior involved in softball, track, art club, science club, pep club,and prom committee. She is a carhop at Sonic.

 

Q:What is your favorite Wildcat tradition?

A: My favorite Wildcat tradition would be the parade we do through town every year with the class floats.

 

Q: What is the best thing about Warsaw Homecoming?

A: The best thing about Warsaw Homecoming is the pep assembly and watching everyone play the funny games.

 

Q:What does Homecoming royalty represent?

Homecoming royalty represents two role models that exhibit qualities like leadership and good character.

 

Q:What is your greatest achievement in high school?

My greatest achievement in high school so far was winning the softball district championship and hitting a home run that game.

 

Q: If you could have a super power, what would it be and why?

A: If I could have a super power it would have the ability of time manipulation so I could change the good and bad things.

 

Lane Bates is junior involved in football, basketball, working, and hanging out with friends. He works at Long Shoal Marina.

 

Q: What is your favorite Wildcat tradition?

A: Slapping the helmet on the locker room door before every home game.

 

Q: What is the best thing about Warsaw Homecoming?

A: Definitely the football game

 

Q: If you could have a super power, what would it be and why?

A: Super speed, cause I’m kinda slow as it is.

 

Q: Where is your favorite spot on campus and why?

A: Football field, and it’s my favorite sport

 

Q: What is the best advice you have ever received?

A: How you do anything, is how you do everything.

 

Ethan Schomburg
Payge Adair
is a junior involved in Student Council, softball, science club, and FBLA. She works at Sonic.

Q: What is your favorite Wildcat tradition?

A: My favorite Wildcat tradition would being spirit week because we all have such a fun time together as a school.

 

Q:What does Homecoming royalty represent?

A: Homecoming royalty represents showing character and representing your class.

 

Q:What is your greatest achievement in high school?

A: My greatest achievement in high school would be being with such a great softball team and making it this far with them.

 

Q: Who is your hero and why?

A: My dad because he gives me good life lessons and is my rock.

 

Q: Where is your favorite spot on campus and why?

A: The hallway because it is filled with all of my friends and I get to see them all.

 

Zach Chapman is a junior involved in football and cross country. He works at Sonic.

 

Q:What is your favorite Wildcat tradition?

A: My favorite Wildcat tradition would have to be riding the fire truck with my football brothers in the parade.

 

Q:What does Homecoming royalty represent?

A:Homecoming royalty represents to me how the school sees you as a leader and a quality person.


Q:What is your greatest achievement in high school?

A: My greatest achievement in high school so far is pushing the movement of a changed culture in sports.

 

Q: Who is your hero and why?

A: My hero is my dad because he never fails to put me in the place to succeed and always tells me how good or bad I’m doing.


Q:What is one thing you can’t live without?

A: Sports push me through a bad day so it would have to be sports.

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