Seniors of the Month

Seniors of the Month
Posted on 01/19/2021
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Ryan BraigKyleigh Huffer Seniors of the Month for January

Name: Ryan Braig
Parents: Kevin and Kristen Braig
Address: Belle Center

School Activities and awards:   Swim Team, Soccer, Track and Field, Choir, Art, Eagle Scout, Broke school record in 200 medley relay, 200 free relay, 400 free relay, and 500 free, went to districts for swim as freshman, sophomore, junior, lettered all four years of HS, blue ribbon at sophomore art show, Honda Achievement Breakfast


If I were principal for a day: I would allow students to have their backpacks back for the day.

Favorite school memory: My favorite memory is of my sophomore year talent show when the boys sang "I Want It That Way" by The Backstreet Boys.


People who have been an inspiration to me include: I'm inspired by my parents and Muhammad Ali.


Lately I’ve been reading: Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

My advice to parents: Give your kids some room sometimes. We have a lot on our plate.


My biggest regret: I regret not being in a musical.

Next year I will be: Enrolled at The University of Cincinnati majoring in Architecture.


Name: Kyleigh Huffer
Parents: Randy and Kim Huffer
Address: Huntsville

School Activities and awards: SADD, Key Club, Science Club, Laker Leadership Council, National Honor Society, Soccer, Basketball, Softball, Honda Achievement Breakfast, 2nd Team All CBC Soccer (2 Years), Special Mention CBC Basketball, CBC Senior Athlete of the Month 

If I were principal for a day: I would have an outdoor kickball tournament on the football field and have Chick-Fil-A catered for lunch.


Favorite school memory: My favorite memory is during the softball overnight stay my sophomore year. We had to perform skits, but most of my group didn't want to do it, so they dropped out. Kendall Cotterman and I danced to "Cotton Eyed Joe" for like 10 minutes.


People who have been an inspiration to me include: I'm inspired by my parents, my Aunt Becky, my siblings, my coaches, Mrs. Scheiderer and Roseann Reed.

Lately I’ve been reading: A Serial Killer's Daughter by Kerri Rawson


My advice to parents: Be a good role model and push your kids to their potential. Be encouraging in everything they do.

My biggest regret: I regret not playing soccer my freshman and sophomore years.


Next year I will be: Attending an undecided university to study Radiologic Technology