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TCHS Honor Roll

The Honor Roll for the fall semester is now complete. For a list of students who earned the distinction of being on the Honor Roll, click here.

 

 

 

Trego Junior High wrestling competes at Oakley

By Kelby Aschenbrenner
The Trego Junior High Wrestling team traveled to Oakley to compete is their round robin tournament on January 18. The teams that competed included Trego, Norton, Hill City, Phillipsburg, and Oakley.

Tanner Sells had the best record of the day winning two of the three matches.  He won his first match against Will Schmidt of Oakley as well as overtaking Dillon Edwards of Hill City.

Other wrestlers also had victories. Micah Burk triumphed over Rylan Wildeman of Norton in his first round.  In addition, Hayden Opat won his round in an 8-2 decision over Landynn Plummer of Oakley. Owen Day and Dustin Thompson both were victorious in defeating Xavier Kendall of Phillipsburg.

Other wrestlers included Garret Kuhn, Matthew Hafliger, Cooper Minson, and Matthew Ghumm.

 

 

TCHS art students have busy week

Art with the Long Term Care

Alexis Chapman assists Long Term Care resident Vic Kinderknecht in making a paper snowflake. Eight TCHS FCA and art students joined the residents for this art activity on January 12.

Placing second at the MCL “Paint-In” Art Show, Cambrie Kemp, Madison Schoenthaler, Adrian Dietz, Jenna Howard, Valerie Scott, and Aleah Howard hold their medals in front of their finished painting. This year’s art show was held on, January 17 at Norton High School.

MCL Art

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meet senior Blake Spencer

Meet Blake
Taking down his opponent, Blake Spencer focuses on working his way to get a pin.

By Taylor Weigel
Blake Spencer only has a semester left of high school, and he is beginning to realize that there will be things he will miss.  One of the things that Blake Spencer will miss after he graduates is hanging out with Ryan Townley every day. Spencer said, “He’s a huge inspiration to me and a lot of others.”

After high school, Spencer plans to attend college at Beloit for lineman school, and he admits that high school has helped to prepare him for that next step. “High school has taught me that life isn’t always easy but trying hard to reach goals is worth it,” stated Spencer.

Spencer commented that Jeremy Samson’s class is one of his favorite classes, but he wishes he had paid more attention in study skills. He went on to say, “If I had, I wouldn’t have been so far behind in my past years of high school.”  He relayed this lesson to the underclassmen, saying, “Buckle down and don’t get behind or frustrated,” and “Life’s a garden. Dig it. - Joe Dirt.”


NHS honors students

After working hard all semester, honor roll student Anthony Scott receives a sucker from NHS member Sarah Schoenberger.  NHS made goodie bags and suckers for all honor roll students.  “We want to promote and encourage academics,” said Schoenberger. “Plus it is nice to be recognized for our hard work, especially when the recognition comes in the form of chocolate.” NHS sponsor Nora Schoenthaler would like to give a special thanks to Bailey Mattke for putting the goodie bags together.

 

 

Meet senior Jayden Goff

Jayden Goff
Following a long tradition, Jayden Goff happily paints her name on Main Street during Homecoming week.

By Katie Ward
After high school, Jayden Goff plans to attend Colby Community College and major in Early Childhood.

To make this year more memorable, Goff is hanging out with friends and family. When asked how high school has impacted her life, Goff commented, “It has taught me how to be responsible.”

The class Goff enjoyed most was Family Living. However, she wishes she would have paid better attention in history.  In fact, Goff admits that if she could change anything about her time in high school, she “would have tried harder.”  She passed this idea on to the undergraduates, advising them to “not wait until the last minute to get things done.”

Goff won’t just remember her academic experiences here at TCHS, however.  Goff stated that she would never forget Homecoming and Prom.

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