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Volunteers help with big tasks

Maintaining our campus, especially our athletic facilities, takes more than our paid staff. The Monday Night Crew, a group of retired alumni and former parents, help maintain our grounds. Another group provides expert electrical help, mainly Dennis Ettel ’74 of RKR and the Combs family of Combs Heating & Air, which until his recent passing included Leonard “Sonny” Combs (Hon. ’05) as well as his sons Brian Combs ’76 and Richard Combs ’77

Ettel, Brian Combs, and Richard Combs along with Athletic Director Mickey Golembeski were riding lifts 85 feet high into the air just days after Sonny’s funeral to replace the light bulbs and resolve electrical issues on the football/soccer field. Former Boys Soccer coach Adam Giovenco helped secure the rental of the lift from Sunbelt Rentals. Members of the football and soccer teams, coaches, and parents helped unload the new bulbs and “provide support on the ground,” Mr. Golembeski said. 

“They were instrumental in the laborious task of protecting the track with heavy 3/4-inch thick plywood sheets, moving them along the path of the heavy 85-foot lift,” he said.

The electrical crew also is installing lights on the new light poles at the tennis courts and softball field. The poles for those lights were purchased with the lead of parent Charlie Galligan ’88, who owns Elite Excavating and found them at an auction of materials from the former Jeff Boat. Galligan also led their installation.

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Sports Spotlight: Boys Track, Baseball

This issue our Sports Spotlight is on members of the Boys Track and Baseball teams. Four-year seniors on the Boys Track team include Brandon Barron, Bishop Edwards, Taylor Hensley, Alex Perkinson, and Gabe Tucker. Three-year seniors include Jack Arnson, Austin Grantz, and Christian Tate. The seniors on the Baseball team include Gavin Galligan, Bryce Hutchins, and Caden Sidebottom. The Q&As for those who wanted them published can be found below.

Baseball

Caden Sidebottom, outfield. House of Faith.

Question: What did you like about playing baseball?
Answer: I’ve played baseball my entire life. I think my favorite part of playing baseball has been making friends with kids from all over the state solely because we share a love for the sport.

Q:  How did I get started in PHS baseball?
A: I started playing in middle school at Providence, and then that obviously just led me into high school ball.

Q: What do you like about your position?
A: The outfield just offers a lot of room to run, which I loved a lot about it. 

Q: What are you doing to stay in shape?
A: Right now I’m just continuing to lift weights in the basement.

Q: What has been your favorite quarantine activity?
A: Is there anything to like about quarantine?

Q: How have you stayed connected to friends?
A: We’ve got our group chats.

Q: What is your favorite school subject?
A: I’ve always been into history/government type classes.

Q: What did you like about having class online?
A: It at least gives me SOMETHING to do to pass time.

Q: What is the best part of being a Pioneer?
A: I got to meet a lot of lifetime friends at Providence and felt proud to represent the school every time I put the jersey on and took the field.

College plans: Indiana University Kelley School of Business

Bryce Hutchins, second base. Boys Basketball. House of Spirit delegate, Honor Council, Student Ambassador

Question: What did you like about playing baseball?
Answer: I loved a lot of things about playing baseball, but more than anything I loved the people in and around the Providence program. I loved my teammates and playing for all of my coaches.

Q: How did you get started in PHS Baseball?
A: With my dad being a coach my whole life, I’ve been around it my entire life. I went to my first game when I was a few days old.

Q: What do you like about your position?
A: I like the mental aspect of the game at my position, and I also like working on the hand-eye coordination skills required to play my position.

Q: What are you doing to stay in shape?
A: I am working out at my house using free weights and my pull up bar.

Q: What has been your favorite quarantine activity?
A: Working on my sports blog and podcast that I do with my friend Sterling Huber.

Q: How do you stay connected to friends?
A: I FaceTime with my friends almost every day, and a few of us try and stay connected through doing physical challenges.

Q: What is your favorite school subject?
A: Economics, I am interested in that type of stuff.

Q: What did you like about having class online?
A: I like that I can do my work at any hour of the day. 

Q: What is the best part of being a Pioneer?
A: I would say being a part of the Providence family and having so many great people around me.

College plans: Bellarmine, with the possibility of getting involved in some way with its baseball program.

Gavin Galligan, pitcher and outfield. Boys Tennis. House of Humility.

Question: What did you like about playing baseball?
Answer: What I enjoy most about baseball is all the people I meet and the competition I have with my friends. It’s alway fun to play against friends on other teams.

Q: How did you get started in PHS Baseball?
A: I got started in PHS baseball when I was in eighth grade. I played for Chris Lorenz, and that’s when I knew I wanted to become a Pioneer.

Q: What do you like about your position?
A: My favorite is pitching. What I love about pitching is that I am active during every play, and it makes me stay on my toes.

Q: What has been your favorite quarantine activity?
A: My favorite quarantine activity is to play PlayStation with a small group of friends. I play with my teammate Caden Sidebottom and his dad, and I also play with two of my other closest friends.

Q: What is your favorite school subject?
A: My favorite school subject is PE class just because it helps take my mind away from school, and I get to have fun with my classmates. 

Q: What did you like about having class online?
A: What I like about online class is that I can eat during any class without getting yelled at for it. 

Q: What is the best part of being a Pioneer?
A: The best part about being a Pioneer is that you can really get to know your classmates since there are only like 80 of us. IU Southeast to major in criminal justice. 

Boys Track

Alex Perkinson, mid-distance, fourth year for Track & Field. Boys Swim & Dive, one season.  House of Truth.

Question: What did you like about Track?
Answer: I liked the competitive meets, especially the relays. 

Q: How did you get started in PHS Track?
A: My Providence alumni cousin, Luke Schroering ‘17, was a senior when I was a freshman. He was a pretty good runner, and he told me that running Track and Cross Country is a great experience. I continued to run throughout all my four years in high school.

Q: What do you like about your events?
A: Since I ran Cross Country too, I liked that my events were mid-distance. I also liked that my mid-distance coaches were very experienced in the events, and that they were great to learn from. Also, the other runners on the mid-distance team were great to see work with.

Q: What have you been doing to stay in shape?
A: To stay in shape, I’m riding my recumbent bike at home and playing basketball.

Q: What has been your favorite quarantine activity?
A: It’s been great to spend time with my family, and to just relax throughout the day. 

Q: How have you been staying connected to friends?
A: Sometimes we play video games.

Q: What is your favorite school subject?
A: My favorite school subject would have to be math.

Q: What did you like about having class online?
A: I’ve been able to relax throughout the day, and I enjoy that. Also, I like the Wednesday flex days. It’s a great break in the middle of the week, and it’s a good opportunity to catch up on work.

College plans: Bellarmine

Gabe Tucker, sprints. Fourth season in Track & Field. House of Courage.

Question: What did you like about Track?
Answer: I like running and staying in shape

Q: How did you get started in PHS Track? 
A: It’s a good activity to hang out with friends.

Q: What do you like about your events?
A: I run short distances and not a fan of long distance.

Q: What have you been doing to stay in shape?
A: Lifting weights.

Q: What is your favorite school subject?
A: PE.

Q: What did you like about having class online?
A: Nothing. I do not like remote learning.

College plans: University of Louisville

Taylor Hensley, jumps. Cheerleading and Boys Volleyball. House of Loyalty.

Question: What did you like about Track?
Answer: I like how I can be around all my friends and just hang out and cheer them on the entire day.

Q: How did you get started in PHS Track?
A: I’ve always done and loved track. I even played in middle and elementary. So for me, I absolutely love track.

Q: What do you like about your events?
A: I like how every year I break my PRs because I always like to set goals for myself, and I’ve always met that goal for each year that I set up for myself.

Q: What have you been doing to stay in shape?
A: I run sometimes, or I do some workouts with my family.

Q: What has been your favorite quarantine activity?
A: Drawing and playing games with my family.

Q: What is your favorite school subject?
A: I love math, but I also like Advanced PE.

Q: What did you like about having class online?
A: I like how I’m at home, but I would honestly rather go to school.

Brandon Barron, sprints, fourth season. Freshman Boys Basketball, Boys Soccer senior year. House of Justice.

Question: What did you like about Track?
Answer: Track and Field was fun because the meets took forever, but I always had a good time.

Q: How did you get started in PHS Track?
A: I started running track at Providence because I ran in grade school.

Q: What do you like about your events?
A: In the 200m I like how you get build up your speed and in the 4×4 everyone is watching cause it’s the last event

Q: What have you been doing to stay in shape?
A: To stay in shape I am lifting everyday, which is my favorite during quarantine.

Q: How have you been staying connected to friends?
A: I stay connected through my friends by PlayStation playing games or texting them

Q: What is your favorite school subject?
A: My favorite school subject is science because it comes easy to me

Q: What did you like about having class online?
A: I like getting to do my work at a time when I’m most focused to finish it.

College plans: Indiana University

Austin Grantz, throws, high jump, third season. Boys Basketball, Bowling. House of Justice.

Question: What did you like about Track?
Answer: I enjoyed getting to compete with some of my closest friends while the Providence community supported me. 

Q: How did you get started in PHS Track?
A: I ran track in middle school and wanted to stick with it, especially when I heard how fun it was to be a part of the team.

Q: What do you like about your events?
A: I participated in individual events. I like to set my own personal goals and work toward achieving them. 

Q: What have you been doing to stay in shape?
A: I get outside every day that is nice enough to run or bike, or I do my own workout inside. 

Q: What has been your favorite quarantine activity?
A: Detailing cars and mowing lawns (by the way if you need any work done feel free to give me a call.)

Q: How have you been staying connected to friends?
A: My friends and I have been getting together to bike or walk at parks while maintaining our distance. 

Q: What is your favorite school subject?
A: Math-related classes.

Q: What did you like about having class online?
A: It’s more comfortable doing work at home, and I don’t have to wait for lunch. 

College plans: IU Southeast 

Christian Tate, third season Track & Field, Bowling Team. House of Humility.

Question: What did you like about Track & Field?
Answer: I like Track and Field because I’ve been able to make tons of new friends, memories, and learn a
lot more about what I like to do

Q: How did you get started in PHS Track?
A: I got started in track when I tried out in 8th grade and I realized how much I loved, which motivated me to try out for high school track.

Q: What do you like about your events?
A: I like the 200m sprint and high jump because I’ve always liked to run and I was told that I naturally had a great form for high jump.

Q: What have you been doing to stay in shape?
A: I go on jogs and walk during the morning and do some at-home workouts.

Q: How did you get started in PHS Track?
A:Sleeping or playing video games

Q: How have you been staying connected to friends?
A: I stay connected with my friends through group video/FaceTime calls.

Q: What is your favorite school subject?
A: Anything to do with science would be my favorite because I’ve always liked learning about anything to do with science.

Q: What did you like about having class online?
A: I like that we can have our own schedule and get stuff done whenever.

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Unsung Heroes: Team parents help players, coaches

Any parent of a Pioneer student-athlete knows it takes a village to feed a team. No matter the sport, there is a group of parents behind the scenes making sure the team has what it needs to succeed during the season. Their volunteerism goes beyond what the coaching staff provides and organizes things from team meals and carpools (for small teams) to spirit wear  and more. This article focuses on the parents who support the Boys Basketball team.

This group of parents organized fundraising, including selling the advertising signs that hang in the gym and spirit wear T-shirts at the start of the season and after winning the sectional championship as well as selling 50/50 tickets during all home games — with each parent taking a turn selling. The parents also planned and coordinated team meals on game days so the boys could have a healthy meal without having to leave campus. Each parent took a turn bringing in the food. The junior players’ parents coordinated the senior night activities.

Typically for our sports teams, one or two parents coordinate the parent group activities, and several parents take charge of organizing various elements, whether sign ups for selling raffle tickets or bringing in meals for the team. The Boys Basketball team parents did the same.

They volunteer their time, donate food, and buy advertising and raffle tickets because they are committed to Providence and their student’s team’s success, the parents said. One of those parents is Mrs. Traci Hutchins, wife of Assistant Principal/Director of Students Scott Hutchins ‘91 and mother of senior player Bryce Hutchins and freshman Logan Hutchins. She said the parents give because it’s part of being a Providence parent.

“It’s just what we do, right?” Mrs. Hutchins said. “We know how busy the coaches are, and we know they need funds to cover buses, uniforms, etc. We support our kids, and we support Providence. Sometimes that’s financial; sometimes it’s time; usually it’s fun … especially when it’s cheering on the team during a win over New Albany or a sectional championship!”

Ultimately, the parents give their time, energy, and support because they want to be there for the team.

“It’s not about us,” Mrs. Hutchins said. “We’re just happy to lend a hand when and where it’s needed and see the kids enjoying the benefits of a successful program.”

Coach Ryan Miller ‘99 said he is grateful for the support of the team parents. He commended them for the nutritious meals they provide before games, which help the team “not only fuel up with healthy food options before playing a game but also to build camaraderie allowing the players to spend time with one another off the court.”

 In addition, the funds they raise through the raffle, T-shirt sales, and advertising in the gym allows the team to purchase equipment as well as pay for transportation and post-game food and drinks for the players, he said.

“This is invaluable to our program, allowing us to better serve the needs of our student athletes in the basketball program,” Coach Miller said. “The PHS Boys Basketball program could not function optimally without the tremendous efforts and assistance of the basketball parent volunteers.”

He applauded the Providence parents, who give more than some team parents might have to because of the nature of being a Catholic school.

“At PHS, we often have to give more of ourselves, making sacrifices of our time, efforts, and resources,” Coach Miller said. “However, in that process we also feel like we receive more, as we work together to help meet the needs of each other’s children and families. The parent volunteers are a good example of that … putting our faith in action through sacrifice for one another.”

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Boesing wraps up talented basketball career

Senior Natalie Boesing didn’t set out to be a star three-sport athlete. Her Cross Country career began her freshman year by happenstance, and she nearly quit basketball that year. But she stuck with those two sports and is ready to work toward getting to the state finals again in Girls Tennis this year.

Having wrapped up her Girls Basketball season, Natalie has recently earned several accolades:

  • SoIn Hoops named her the Player of the Year 
  • Hoosier Basketball Magazine named her to the Top Senior Girls high school player list and Top 60 Workout, which will be played March 8 at Heritage Christian High School in Indianapolis.
  • Hoosier Basketball Coaches Association (HBCA) named her one of the 2019-2020 HBCA Girls Regional All-Stars as part of the East team. The All Star Spring Classic will be played April 19 at Bloomington High School North
  • Today, the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association awarded her IBCA/Subway Small School All-State honors.

For Natalie, excelling in sports is a byproduct of her love for the sports themselves. Cross Country, during which she advanced to the IHSAA semi-state tournament four times, is a sport she loves because of the team and the chance to run outside in the fall weather.

“The team is what made it so much fun,” she said. “Meeting new freshmen every year was always something new too.”

She joined the team about halfway through the season her freshman year when she was at Community Park playing tennis. She spotted her friend Alex Perkinson, who was also a freshman at the time, and started jogging with him.

After the run, the coach invited her to join the team. She didn’t take him up on it right away but soon after, she was practicing tennis with her brother, Nick ’18, when rain canceled practice and she saw the Cross Country team again and decided to run with them.

Natalie said she enjoyed running with Bayley Wade ’17 and the rest of the team in her first season. When it came time for the postseason, she approached it with a bittersweet attitude, believing first sectional, then regional, and then semi-state would be her last chance to run with them.

“When sectional came, I thought it might be my last race, and then each race, I continued to move up,” she said. “It took me by surprise – and my parents too. I never would have thought I would have gotten that far.”

Love for contact sports

With basketball, she began playing the sport around age 7. She said she loved the team aspect of the sport as well as the physicality of it.

“I like contact sports,” she said.

As a freshman, she considered quitting basketball to focus on tennis, but her parents convinced her to finish the season. Like she did in the Cross Country postseason, she hoped to succeed in the tournament to be able to keep playing with the team.

Summer practices gave her a chance to reconnect with her team and have some fun with the sport, she said. And volunteering to help work Girl Basketball summer camps opened her eyes to the responsibility of being a Pioneer player – and inspired her potential college major. She is considering education or business at Butler University, where she has committed to play women’s tennis.

“I enjoyed how the little kids looked up to us,” she said. “It motivated me (to go into education and coaching) so I can one day do the same for those who will look up to them (when the summer campers become Pioneers themselves).”

Keeping up with older brother

Natalie said she loves both sports but tennis edges them out. She began playing at age 5 and was inspired by her older brother, who also played tennis as a child and on through Providence.

“Nick is the most influential person for me,” she said. “I looked up to him and wanted to be like him.”

Some of her favorite memories are being able to play sports with him, she said. But she made her own decision to give so much time to tennis.

While she enjoys basketball and cross country for the team aspect, she thrives on the individual component of tennis.

“I like the pressure of it being all on me, taking control and leading like an individual on the court,” Natalie said. “You’re still part of a team and that’s fun, but you’re still out on your own on the court. I like being able to make a difference and it all being on me for that point.”

She’s looking forward to doing well her senior tennis season and said she’s motivated to succeed as she has been in all her sports by a desire to “make the school look good” out of gratitude for all she has received from her teachers, coaches, and school staff.

Natalie said she sees the awards she receives as a small way of her giving back to Providence for all that she has received in her academic education and coaching on the court and track.

“That’s why I’m considering education so I can come back in a few years and coach,” she said.

For now, she said, she is looking forward to the new season and meeting the new players, especially the 10 or so freshman players. Her goal is to talk them into following in her footsteps and playing multiple sports. She believes playing several different sports allowed her to work different muscles and kept her from injury, unlike other tennis players who focused only on that sport and will be entering college with some type of rehabilitation needed.

“And since I’m always in shape, the early season conditioning doesn’t bother me,” she said.

As much as she loves tennis, choosing to play tennis at Butler was not an easy decision. She received offers from several small colleges to play basketball, but when it came down to it, she really liked what Butler had to offer, she said.

“There are things I loved about both sports,” she said. “When I put sports to the side and looked at the school alone, Butler seemed like home to me.”

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Several teams wrap up their seasons

Girls Basketball, Freshman Boys Basketball, Girls Swim & Dive, and Wrestling have each finished their seasons. Here are the highlights:

Girls Basketball finishes season with double-digit wins

By Coach Brad Burden

The Girls Basketball team finished its season 12-12, marking the eighth season in a row getting to double-digit wins. The season featured exciting wins over rivals New Albany and Floyd Central, and the girls captured the Town Championship over Clarksville for the 12th season in a row.

The team graduates a great group of seniors including, Natalie Boesing, Brigid Welch, Maggie Purichia, and Kaylee Kaiser.

Natalie was one of the top performers in the state. Natalie averaged 24 points and 10 rebounds per game, and she led the state in free throws at 192, according to MaxPreps. Natalie graduates with 1,328 points, which is third all time in school history and 20th all-time in Clark and Floyd County. 

She owns school records for points in a game; points in a season; 2-point field goals made in a game, season, and career; and free throws made in a game, season, and career. Natalie was recently named Hoosier Basketball Coaches Association All-District for District 4. Along with Brigid, she also was named to the Top 100 Senior Girls by Hoosier Basketball Magazine. They make the program’s sixth and seventh players in the last 12 years to make the list and first time ever with two players. Natalie intends to play women’s tennis at Butler University in the fall.

Girls Swim & Dive has strong season

By Coach Jim Pfeiffer

If there was one phrase that could sum up the swim season for the ladies of Providence this is it:  “great effort, great dedication, great attitude yielded great results.”

Senior Lauren Stapp, our captain, swam the program’s fastest 50-yard freestyle at sectionals in the past five years and pulled in a ton of points all year! She also set personal bests as she finishes her PHS swim career. Sophomore Sydney LaMaster, or other returning swimmer, set personal best times in the 50 free and 100 free.

Several new swimmers made great contributions. Sophomore Julia Thomas, new to swim, set a low five-year time in the 100 breaststroke and reduced her time from her first race to her final by 17 percent. That’s crazy. Sophomore Sarah Boehm, also new to swim, from the beginning of the season to the end, lowered her 50 free time by 20 percent and 100 free by 15 percent. Freshman Audrey Howell, new to the team, embraced changes in her strokes to great results in both freestyle and breaststroke. Junior Beth Wimsatt, new to the team, dropped time nearly every week too. 

Our trio of divers, led by points leader sophomore Catherine Pfeiffer, literally fell onto hard times right at the end of the season when things were looking so bright heading into sectionals. Sophomores Cassandra Fetz and Kadie O’Bannon both got injured right at the end of their promising season and then Catherine caught the flu the day of sectionals. All in all, I am super proud of this group of young ladies. This is an extremely positive and hardworking team!

At sectional finals, Lauren placed 13th in the 50 free and Julia was 11th in the 100 breaststroke. The 200 yard freestyle relay team of Sydney, Audrey, Sarah, and Beth placed 10th. The girls then placed 11th  in the 400 yard freestyle relay.

Senior grappler advances to semi-state

By Coach Randy Lynch ex-’81

Senior Chase Aldridge wrapped up his wrestling career with a regional title at 126 pounds and a first-round loss by decision at semi-state. He finishes the season with 115 wins and only 24 losses. He is ranked fifth in the top Pioneer wrestlers – and that after missing most of his sophomore season after a neck injury after his freshman season.

Prior to semi-state, he was nominated as Courier Journal Southern Indiana Athlete of the Week for earning his first regional title after winning in a 2-1 decision in the final match.

Freshman Boys Basketball ends season with tourney win

By Coach Kevin Ferree ’95

The Freshman Boys Basketball team finished its season Saturday, winning the 17th annual end-of-the-season tournament. The boys defeated Henryville in the first round 53-39. They were led in scoring by Nathan Julius with 18 points and Jackson Kaiser with 10 points. They then defeated Salem in the championship game 52-39. They were led in scoring by Nathan Julius with 10 points and Jackson with nine. They finish the season with an 11-4 record.

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Sports Spotlight: Volleyball

This issue’s Sports Spotlight features two Volleyball players, junior Miranda Harley and senior Brynna Walthers. Their Q&As are below:

Miranda Harley, defensive specialist, is a junior in the House of Faith and a Student Ambassador. She has been playing volleyball since third grade and is in her third year on the Providence team.

Question: How did you get interested in the sport?
Answer: I just wanted to try something new in third grade and actually ended up loving the sport, making me want to play club volleyball as well.

Q: What do you like about being part of the PHS Volleyball team?
A: I love that being on the Providence team is like being a part of a second  family. I’m so close with every person on the team and have made so many good friends through the program.

Q: What are you looking forward to this season?
A: I’m really looking forward to postseason and the road to state!

Q: What has been your favorite service activity?
A: My favorite service project I’ve done is when the volleyball team all went to St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Charities Women and Children’s Home to help clean up the living space for the mothers and their kids. I really liked interacting with the women there and seeing how our simple actions brightened their day.

Q: What is your favorite subject in school?
A: My favorite subject is Spanish because I find it really interesting to learn the language as well as the culture.

Q: What is your favorite part about being a Pioneer?
A: My favorite part about being a Pioneer is the overall atmosphere here at Providence. Anyone can see that this is a school that values not only education, but also emphasizes all other aspects of student life.

Q: What are your college plans at this point?
A: Currently, I’m thinking about attending the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University Bloomington.

Brynna Walthers, senior defensive specialist, is in the House of Justice, a Student Ambassador, and a member of the Pinterest, ProLife, and Corn Hole clubs, the National Honor Society, and several service organizations. She has been playing volleyball since fourth grade and has played year round with club and school ever since.

Question: How did you get interested in the sport?
Answer: A lot of my friends were wanting to play, and I immediately loved it.

Q: What do you like about being part of the PHS Volleyball team?
A: I love being part of the PHS volleyball team because it is a second family with my teammates and coaches. We spend so much time together as we compete together, study together, do service together, and generally support each other constantly. It’s an amazing group of people!

Q: What are you looking forward to this season?
A: I’m looking forward to our volleyball team being really successful in our postseason, my senior retreat, and senior year-end activities with all my close friends.

Q: What has been your favorite service activity?
A: This year, my favorite service activity was when the volleyball team spent a day of service for St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Charities, and it was really special working together and accomplishing a lot of very helpful tasks for the residents and workers there.

Q: What is your favorite subject in school and why?
A: My favorite subjects in school would be a tie between language arts and history classes because I’ve had amazing teachers in both areas who have taught me so much about what I’m interested in long-term.

Q: What is your favorite part about being a Pioneer?
A: My favorite parts of being a Pioneer are the friends I’ve made and the faith-filled environment and awesome spirit of our school.

Q: What are your college plans at this point?
A: At this time, I’ve not decided which college I plan on attending, but I’m planning a career in law.

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