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2010 MEMORIES. As the four years come to a close, the Class of 2010 can reminisce about rich memories. From Powderpuff to Prom, their days as Huskies will never be forgotten.
Senior Prom all photos provided by dsp and Hagerty website
Tribute to Class of 2010
message from Principal Sam Momary
ongratulations! You made it! As you get to the finish line and complete your career at Hagerty High School, please know how much we appreciate all you have done to cement the legacy of excellence begun at Hagerty High School. In all that you have done, you have exemplified the spirit of hard work, academic excellence, community service, and class spirit that makes our school exceptional. You have set a standard of academic excellence for following classes to strive to emulate. You have set school records for athletic and performing arts achievements. You have modeled a level of community service unparalleled in our district. You have made school spirit and school pride a priority. You have modeled behavior standards that have made us all proud. While doing all of this, you managed to have a great deal of fun, meet many new friends, and serve our community with zest and class. We are very proud of all you have done while at Hagerty High School. We hope you will look back and remember your days here with pride and happiness. You will not be forgotten by our staff, our parents, or our community. We know you are academically prepared for the world that awaits you. We know you have the leadership skills and work ethic to succeed. We know you can step up to meet any challenge. We wish you the best as you leave Hagerty High School to make your mark on our community and our nation. We are counting on you to continue the standard of excellence you have demonstrated here and make your lives and our lives better. As you leave Hagerty High, know with pride that you have made your mark and will forever be a HUSKY!
class of 2010 orators named Joseph Manning
Saabira Mohammed Senior Class President The Journey
Senior Class The Transformation
Who or what inspired your speech? I was inspired by the class of 2010. It is about our legacy and what we have accomplished here and then a call for us to continue that legacy in college and wherever we go after that. It wasn’t any single person but all of the accomplishments that our class has been able to do, which is pretty impressive. How did your speech reflect the theme The Legacy? It’s quite literally about what we’ve accomplished. It’s about everything that we’ve been able to do from the clubs that we’ve formed here at school to the traditions that we set in our athletic legacy and our academic legacy. It reflects upon what we’ve done and what we’ve accomplished. You’ll get to hear about everything that we’ve done and what I think many of us will do in the future. How did you prepare your speech? I’ve worked on memorizing what I’m saying. I find it helpful to try to listen to what I’m saying and emphasize important parts that I want people to remember. I run it past others to get critiques and feedback. Why did you audition? I wanted a chance to speak at graduation because I feel that I can capture the legacy of our class and offer a tribute to the hard work of the students of 2010.
How did you prepare your speech? Believe it or not, I actually started preparing for my speech in mid-April. I met with Mrs. Browne to toss around ideas regarding the theme, then wrote my first draft. After Mrs. Browne recommended changes, I rewrote it and rearranged things a few more times. Then came memorization. To write the speech, I reflected on the past four years and determined how I could incorporate things that applied to all of the seniors. It was also important for me to recognize family, especially parents. I want my speech to make the seniors and parents smile when looking back at memories and celebrating the start of a new journey. How does your speech reflect your theme, The Journey? I reviewed each level of school we’ve experienced: elementary school, middle school, and high school. I wanted a common thread that we all shared, on top of the high school experience. I chose music to accomplish that. Seniors will just have to wait until the graduation ceremony to hear how the speech “plays out!”
Why did you choose to audition? I just wanted to speak in graduation. I was in debate so speech wise, I thought I could do it. Who or what inspired your speech? I helped out last year’s graduation speakers, and I heard their speeches. I tried to help them try to reorganize it, and use different techniques that you use in giving speeches like emotion and stuff. How did you prepare for your speech? I prepared for my speech by first writing it and I practiced it a few times in front of my friends. Because I have debate classes, I did it in front of the underclassmen, too, and I got some critiques. They helped me change it and alter it to where it was the best it swould be. How does your speech reflect the topic The Transformation? I basically looked back at all the things the class of 2010 has done over their four years, things that we’ve been a part of throughout the history, [things like] being a class together, and what we can do as we look forward.
Top Ten The Legacy
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May 26, 2010
The 2nd Annual
Most Likely to Save a Tree: Zavia Menning Most Athletic (Boy): Joey Wagstaff Most Athletic (Girl): Kayla Hani Class Clown: Mitch Hatton Most Unforgettable (Boy): Kyle Rollins Most Unforgettable (Girl): Jessica Bolden Most Likely to Cut Class: William King Best Personality (Boy): Chris Torres Best Personality (Girl): Saabira Mohamed Class Moocher: Mitch Hatton Best Dressed (Boy): Connor Watson Best Dressed (Girl): Alex Amos Worst Driver: Danielle Filliben Best Smile (Boy): Erik Ware Best Smile (Girl): Madison Smith Tardy Royalty: Talib Booker Most Dramatic (Boy): Will Roboski Most Dramatic (Girl): Adwoa Manu Most Easy-Going: Jacob Kurtz Prettiest Eyes (Boy): Connor Watson Prettiest Eyes (Girl): Megan Pugh Frequently Flirty: Hunter Greenwald Most Likely to Have Beautiful Children: Kelsey Bressler Most Likely to Say Things Without Thinking Them Out Fully: Kaley Flower Cutest Would-Be Couple: Courtney Hitzel and Andrew Shriver
Seniors enjoyed a red carpet entrance, free refreshments and entertaining award presentations at the second annual Sammy Awards on Thursday, April 29. The Leadership class planned the event and used outside sponsors to fund it so that seniors and their guests could attend the event free of charge.
Red Carpet Stars
Left: Seniors Jamori and Shani Montgomery Right: Freshman Izzie Sarnek and senior Hannah Hogan Left to right: Seniors Deborah Saloman-Diaz, Kelsey Bressler, Ana Acree, Will Roboski, and Mandy McIntosh Left: Senior Connor Watson Right: Seniors Nasette Simpson and Maryam Edun Strike a pose. Senior Vanessa Garcia and her friend Stephanie Escabar pose for the “paparazzi” outside the auditorium Left: Seniors Kelsey Bressler and Mandy McIntosh Right: Senior Ana Acree and graduate Miranda Ristau Left to right: Seniors Teddy Doodnauth, William Doonauth, Louis Journett, and William King photos by elaine lam
So long, seniors
A message from Kelly Thompson
ongratulations class of 2010: It is with great pride that I congratulate you on this milestone. Each of you will soon leave the familiar hallways and routines of high school to blaze new trails and create your own unique path to success. You are no stranger to these journeys. As freshmen you arrived on campus and immediately began to carve not just an identity for yourselves but also for Hagerty High School. Enthusiastically you threw yourselves into building a “tradition of excellence.” You moved smoothly through campus construction, flooded the gym with blue and black in fierce competition for the spirit sled and defined what it means to be a Hagerty Husky. In the last four years you have grown in size, knowledge and experience. You have mastered concepts in math and science, honed your writing skills and gained historical knowledge. Your performances under the spotlights of the stage and on the fields of play stand as a tribute to your hard work and perseverance. You have accomplished much. Opening a combination lock, memorizing your student ID number and navigating the courtyard at a full
Dear Class of 2010: Thanks for a wonderful year. I’m so pleased to be graduating from high school with you, finally. See you at the beach! (And don’t forget the breadsticks!) Fondly, “D Harp”
sprint after the warning bell are just some of your talents. You have made friends and lost some. You have overcome challenges and learned much about life that cannot be found in any book. You are now poised to continue your journey. It may take you far from home and away from familiar faces. You must each now blaze your own trail—a trail that is as unique and as varied as you. Hills and valleys await you. I have faith that you will navigate them with the style and grace that you have shown in your time with us. You have set the bar high for your fellow Huskies. The real world awaits and you are ready. Congratulations Class of 2010… and as always…GO HUSKIES!
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Congratulations Honors Graduates Christopher Allen Alexandria Amos Scott Amrhein Michael Bahr Gregory Braciak Heather Burke Kimberly Carolus Jennifer Catotti Jason Celleri Timothy Copeland Jacob Croft Alexandra Dubois Maryam Edun Derek Eiflander Lindsey Flury Christopher Galletti Keriann Giambruno Erick Hamann Victoria Hill Courtney Hitzel Sarah Howell Khadija Hussein Jacob Kurtz Deirdre Manning Joseph Manning Kelly McClay Amanda McIntosh Garrett Mendelson Zavia Menning Saabira Mohamed Elizabeth Moschella Shamiso Mucherera Kenneth Mynatt Leigh Nash Dan-anh Nguyen Brittany Oliver Hayley Parcell Alexa Roth Amir Sadeh Gabrielle Schiavenato Cassandra Schuchart Ansley Schulte Victoria Self Nadia Shokrani Nicholas Siciliano Adam Singleton Haley Slogar Madison Smith Mark Thomas Patrick Tolan Daniel Tomasetti Christopher Torres Vu Tran Amy Tunno Simon Tyrrell Francisco Vanegas Lyndsay Wainman Annaliesa Watters Ethan White Graduates Andrew Acosta Krystal Acosta Anastasia Acree Colin Ahammer Jordan Alba Howard Alexander Qadira Alinur Lizandri Almanzar Kaiyah Ambrose Daniel Anderson Fantasia Anderson David Ankli Francis Arroyo-Cortes Jasmine Ashworth Jessica Atkins Taylor Atwood Sabrina Ayala Brittney Baez Nathalya Bailey
Malek Baker Jehan Ballacchino Kenneth Banfield Jordan Banks Philip Baranuk Dominique Barnes Mary Barresi Brittani Bass Chelsea Bellitti Jacob Berlinski Christopher Bischof Meghan Bishop Brandon Bixler Nicholas Blevins Cameron Blodgett Simone Bodecker Jessica Bolden Talib Booker Stephanie Booth Kristen Brannon Oscar Bravo-Maldonado Sarah Bresnahan Kelsey Bressler Dillavae Broadus Michelle Brocke Brittney Brown Kevin Brown Malcolm Brown Michael Brown Amanda Brum Nathan Bryant Tyler Buffomante Mitchell Bunkowske Ryan Burkhart Michelle Calloway Chanys Camacho Jessica Campbell Andrea Cannon Marisa Carasso Monica Carlisle Alex Carlton Derek Carreno Adriana Castano Andre Chisholm Naveed Clarke Shane Clarke Charlene Clerge Sean Colon Lauren Colton Robert Comfort Taylor Cope Danielle Cormican Luis Cortes Matthew Cortes Donravis Cotton Steven Cratty Lauren Crawford Brianna Crider Kelly Crouch Kaleigh Crummett Gakilra Crumpton Christine Cullen Katelyn Cunnion Kenneth Cupit Taylor Curtis Stephanie Curtiss Rachel Dagesse Krystal Dannenhoffer Kaitlin Darling Jennilee Davies Andrew Davis Brent Davis Justin Davis Stephen Davis Alejandro De Francisco Matthew DeBonis WagnyDecembre Andrew DeClou Damaris DeJesus Victor Ryan Delacruz Jessica De Leon
Class of 2010
Holly Del Fava Sheena Deva Alexa Dimatteo Denise Disla Teddy Doodnauth William Doodnauth Rebecca Downey Danielle Dubois William Duncan Alexandria Dunn Nicole Dvorak Christopher Eagan Zachary Edmunds Jessica Ellis Leslie El-Shedraway Jessica Emert Kathryn Eng Nicole Englert James Erickson Ashley Everett Zachary Fahnestock Anam Faizi Irene Falero Vanessa Falero James Fandozzi Thomas Feeney Brooke Feirick Timothy Fenu Dilsia Fernandez Danielle Filliben Marcela Floryanovich Kaley Flower Rachel Fontaine Hollee Frank Casey Furman Abel Gaibort Jean Gaibort Daniel Garcia Vanessa Garcia Heather Garvin Kyle Geiger Spencer George Gabriela Gerritsen Kejaana Gibbs Kristilee Ginther Jeffrey Gisel Cassandra Gladman Erik Golden Shea Gomes Nicolas Gonzalez Bradley Grace Alison Graff Cody Graham Taâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;von Grayson Hunter Greenwald Kelly Griesemer Arel Griffin Ashley Griffith Michael Gross Jarrod Guillette Ramzi Hamad Stephanie Hammack Lydia Hancik Kayla Hani Corey Hanlin Megan Hanrahan Brendon Harbour Melanie Harper Brittany Hatfield Mitchell Hatton Heather Haupt Brandon Haynes Anna Hazelette Maura Healy Danielle Heck Brittany Henderson Ngan thi Hoang Tyler Hobner Hannah Hogan Jeffrey Howell Daniel Huffman
Jonathan Hughes Savannah Hughes Ryan Hunziker Lindsey Iddins Nizuma Islam Vashti Jaggernauth Nicholas Jakusovas Jamila James Mendell Jean-Charles Alexander Johansson Brian Johnson Eric Joly Emily Jones Louis Journett Imani Kelker Jack Keller Anthony Kerkmann Brittany Kerr Justin Khan Tameka Kidd Sung Kim Emily Kimball William King James Kingsland Brendan Kirwin Harris Knecht Jeffrey Knight Jaime Kolbasowski Lindsay Kozachuk Stephen Kuchan Andrew Kurila Alyssa LaFlesh Aaron Lai Cody Lambert Sarah Lamoureux Sarah Landers Nicole Landi Anthony LaPorto Rebecca Leeper Allison LeGrice Jamison Lenczyk Cory Leonhardt Brennan Lippman Brittany Long Jonathan Longstaff Danielle Lopez Mark Lopez Michael Lopez Kevin Lowe Cody Lynch Shaun Mahadeo Angela Malanga Neal Mangroo Taylor Manross Joshua Mantz Adwoa Manu Lara Marcisz Olivia Marino Caroline Marshall Teri Martin Destiny Masters Shelby Masters Matthew Mattera Dylan McColley Shaughn McCormick LaPorsche McCoy Savannah McCoy Samantha McLeod Matthew McVey Austen Mellers Tyler Mellor Sean Mendes Isaac Mendez Roy Mera Amanda Mero Jacqueline Metz Joseph Meyer Dana Miersch Kelly Miersch Brandee Miller Jamie Miller
Michael Miller Dominique Minor Holly Mitchell Ashley Mondragon Jamori Montgomery Jason Montgomery Shani Montgomery Miguel Morales Amanda Morales Jasmin Morillo Joshua Morreale Curtis Morris John Morrison Molly Mraz Rachel Muise Joseph Muller Michael Mullins John Napolitano Rogelio Navarro-Santos Steven Nease Ireysha Negron Russell Nielsen Brian Nitsch Jordan Nogle Charles Ocasio Kristin Odom David Oleen Lauren Ortega Matthew Owens Sarah Owsley Angelika Padro-Rodriguez Clay Paquin Robert Parker Nikesh Patel Catelynn Patterson Michael Pecylak Alec Pedigree Ashley Pena Michael Percopo Johnny Perez, Jr. Kelly Perez Brandon Pesicek Linda Piedrahita Carolyn Pigott Rachel Plummer Jordan Pollock Kelsea Porter Carolina Posso Danielle Powers Alexander Prendergast Megan Pugh Brian Qualls Colton Quintana Veronica Quintero Caitlin Ramos Joel Ramos-Bey Joshua Raymond Tyler Reaves Alisha Rhodes Mitchell Richardson Shannon Rimmer Nicole Risko Shannen Rivadeneira Daniel Rodriguez Amanda Rodwell Alixandra Rogers Kyle Rollins Acela Rosado Jessica Rosenberg Benjamin Ross Derek Roth Ashley Rowley Jeffrey Ryals Jr. Madonna Saad Criseli Saenz Brenden Salazar Deborah Salomon-Diaz Devon Salyers Thomas Sandison Christopher Santiago Scott Schaare
Troy Scheet Jr. Trey Schexnayder Wyatt Schmitz Ariel Schroeder Mathivadana Selvamani Austin Seward Ashley Seymour Kaley Shaouni Sophie Sheppard Andrew Shoopman Laura Short Andrew Shriver Samantha Shuman Oliver Simmonds Andres Simonetti Nasette Simpson Blake Smith Gerrod Smith Ireshia Smith Amanda Snellenberger Danelis Soler Benitez Chelsea Sorensen Donald Sowder Jenifer Sprinkle Cory Sterling Kyle Steunenberg Melissa Stout Chad Stubblefield Marissa Stutes Christian Suarez Lindsay Sutch Kristen Sweany Spencer Tanase John Tavarez Timothy Terrell Alexis Tersigni Kevin Thomas Juanita Tomlinson Stephanie Topoleski Idamarie Torres Sandra Torres Megan Troske Adam Tuell Chase Turner Tiera Turner Angelo Vastola Edwin Velazquez Marc Venci Colin Wachtel Casey Wade Joseph Wagstaff Kelsey Walker Jessica Wall Erik Ware Connor Watson Kayla Weller Derek West Emma West Keiante Whitely Sydney Wilkins Megan Wilkinson Denzel Williams Blake Wilson Kalee Wilson Shelby Wilson Heather Wissinger Geoffrey Withers Justin Wong Rachel Wood Matthew Woodson Xiaojun Xu Lilly Yablonsky Mark Ybarra Hunter Yoches Andrew Younker Shelby Zajan Justin Zeiger
Fine Arts Excellence Nikki Risko
What are your plans after high school? I’m going to Tallahassee Community College and transferring to Florida State to try out for the dance team. Of which Hagerty performances are you most proud? The semifinals at Nationals [which was] the farthest we’ve come during the four years I’ve been on the team; also, my duet that won first place overall with Madison Daniel. It was our last duet together. Who is your favorite choreographer? Mark Meismer. He’s very positive and inspiring.
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What are your plans after high school? To go to Rollins and pursue a degree in political science. Will you continue your interest in theater on the collegiate level? Yes I’ll audition for the shows, but I’m not majoring in it. Of which high school performances are you most proud? I would have to say Seussical and Beauty and the Beast for different reasons, but for both, I’m equally proud. How did you get started? I took comp theater freshman year and I’ve been competing, so I just stuck with it. Besides theater, what do you do for fun and entertainment? Hang out with friends and personal read-
Besides dance, what do you do for fun? I listen to music a lot. I don’t really do anything besides dance. What is the most embarrassing thing that you’ve ever done at a performance? At a football game, I peed my pants because I was laughing too hard. When did you start? When I was two. What is your favorite style? Contemporary. It allows me to show emotion and move my body in ways other styles don’t.
ing for enjoyment. What is the most embarrassing thing you’ve done on stage? Forgetting my lines during Bye Bye Birdie. I completely forgot the lines to a song, so I faked it. What/Who is your favorite play or actor? I enjoy watching Angelina Jolie. She’s one of my personal favorites and liked her in Changling.
What are your plans after high school? I was going to Seminole State but now I have to change my plans because I’m going to Texas. So I may be going to school near there, hopefully going to an art school or even a culinary school which would be pretty awesome. Do you plan to pursue your interest in art? I believe so. I would go for my masters; I would take art as far as I could if money wasn’t an issue. Of all your high school pieces which are you most proud of? It’s hard to choose; I have so many different pieces and styles. I leave it to
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the audience to pick the best piece. Which piece is your most popular? So far it’s been a stylized one I did last year of a design around a star fish; this year so far it’s been a piece I did with a worm being eaten by a bird. How did you get so interested in art? My mom drew a lot and she had me drawing as a form of communication before I could speak. I would draw pictures to show what I wanted. Who is your favorite artist/ favorite piece? Favorite artist has to be Tim Burton. He inspired a lot of my art this year and I know him more for his art than his movies. I looked through his portfolio and he has some incredible art. All his pieces blend in and speak to me. He just rocks.
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What are your plans after high school? I am going to Troy University with a major in political science and a minor in leadership. Hopefully I’ll get into law school. Of which high school performance are you most proud? WGI finals in Dayton, which was also my last performance. We were in a stadium with thousands of people and I felt that our four years of practice had paid off. How did you get started? I have been a baton twirler for fifteen years. The band director said the only way I could twirl on the field was if I joined color guard, so I joined and I fell in love with it. Besides guard, what do you do for fun?
I love baton twirling, dancing, reading. What is the most embarrassing thing that that has happened to you at a performance? One time at a competition, my costume almost fell off, so I had to hold it up for the whole performance. Will you continue your interest in color guard at the collegiate level? I really hope so. Unfortunately, I’m going to a school in Alabama which is in the middle of nowhere, but I hope to continue it through teaching or if I have to drive three hours to be in a private group.
G I N R E M N R N D D E A I Where will you go to college? I am going to major in musical theater at UCF and double major in environmental studies. Of which Hagerty performance are you most proud? My proudest was my performance as Belle in Beauty and the Beast. How did you get started? When I was four, my mom put me in her high school alumni choir. I’ve been singing forever.
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Besides chorus, what do you do for fun? I do a lot of theater stuff. I’m president of the Young Democrats. I like to volunteer at Care Foundation wildlife refuge. And of course I enjoy the usual teenage things like hanging out with friends. What is the most embarrassing thing that has ever happened to you at a performance? At a rehearsal, I split my pants while doing a lift. Will you continue your interest in chorus at the collegiate level? Definitely.
What are your plans after you graduate? Go to UF. I want to be a civil engineer and I want to have a really cool job that I enjoy. Of which Hagerty performance are you most proud? Our marching show at FBA because that was our last one and it was really good. You could see all the hard work had paid off and it looked really good. Everything just kind of clicked together. Who is your favorite composer? Samuel Hazo. Besides band, what do you do for fun? I like to relax and hang out with my friends and I like to volunteer with children, too, because they’re fun and you get to draw pictures with rocketships.
What is the most embarrassing thing that you’ve ever done at a performance? I slipped at homecoming last year when I was walking up to the podium. I didn’t fall on my face or anything, I just slipped on the steps, but still, it was embarrassing. When did you start band? Eighth grade. I played clarinet. What is your favorite song? Performance song: “October” by Erik Whitakre. Song in general: “Four Years” by Jon McLaughlin. photos by sarah landers, mehak rahman, nikki risko, and the Hagerty website.
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2010’sTOP 10 Senior Issue
3 GPA: 4.541
What college do you plan to attend? University of Florida What do you plan to major in? Probably civil engineering What is your greatest achievement? Being able to be involved in everything, being able to dedicate time to activities as well as academics What is your favorite movie? “Finding Nemo” What do you do for fun outside of school? I like to relax and go to the beach, have a life, music. I’m in the band. If you could go to dinner with anyone dead or alive, who would you pick and where would you go? My grandmother. I never got to meet her. She was an advocate of civil rights. I would probably eat at home since she had some strange tastes. What is your most memorable moment? I’ve been a drum major for three years and that has shaped me greatly. I also helped to write the Alma Mater.
What college do you plan to attend? University of Florida. What do you plan to major in? Biochemistry. What is your greatest achievement? Actually talking to a girl. What is your favorite movie? “The Dark N What do you do for fun outside of sc Sleeping is fun. If you could go to dinne anyone dead or alive, would you choose and would you go? I th a toss up between Salk and Megan Maybe Olive Garden. Treat t something nice. What is your most mem moment? Going to prom with Ansley Schulte.
Scott Amrhein GPA: 4.5 Deirdre Manning GPA: 4.490
What college do you plan to attend? University Of Central Florida. I’m going to be in their honors college. What do you plan to major in? Musical Theater and Environmental Studies. What is your greatest achievement? My greatest achievement in high school is founding the Young Democrats with my brother and Ansley Schulte. What is your favorite movie? “The Godfather.” What do you do for fun outside of school? I do theater a lot and hang out with friends like normal people and I watch tv and I volunteer at the Care Foundation, which is a wildlife refuge. If you could go to dinner with anyone dead or alive, who would you choose and where would you go? Ethel Murman and I would go to get pizza in New York because they have good pizza. What is your most memorable moment? Singing to a sold out show in The Seussical and Beauty and the Beast.
Tori Self GPA: 4.450 What college do you plan to attend? University of Florida. What do you plan to major in? Animal Sciences. What is your greatest achievement? Winning Dog Agility Nationals this past year. What is your favorite movie? “Meet the Robinsons.” What do you do for fun outside of school? Train my dogs in agility. If you could go to dinner with anyone dead or alive, who would you choose and where would you go? Jessica Porter at the Ravenous Pig. What is your most memorable moment? Winning Nationals last year.
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Greg Braciak GPA: 4.615
What college do you plan to attend? Cornell University What do you plan to major in? Mechanical Engineering What is your greatest achievement? Probably my technical writing papers that have placed internationally What is your favorite movie? “The Bourne Identity” What do you do for fun outside of school? I coach basketball and hang out with friends. If you could go to dinner with anyone dead or alive, who would you choose and where would you go? I would probably eat with Harry Potter at the Three Broomsticks. No explanations needed. What is your most memorable moment? Finding out that I got accepted into the school I wanted to go to. Was becoming the Valedictorian always a goal of yours? It was always in the back of my mind. It was a goal I had.
What college do you plan to attend? University of Florida What do you plan to major in? Computer Engineering What is your greatest achievement? Getting 2nd in the class What is your favorite movie? “The Hangover” What do you do for fun outside of school? I play soccer and hang out with friends. If you could go to dinner with anyone dead or alive, who would you choose and where would you go? My great grandmother and we would go to Red Lobster.
Joseph Manning GPA: 4.52 What college do you plan to attend? Boston College, majoring in Political Science What is your greatest achievement? Probably going to Copenhagen for the UN climate conference this past December. I was really proud of that [and] getting the opportunity to represent the state of Florida and the U.S. and the CR club. It was quite an honor. If you could go to dinner with anyone dead or alive, who would you choose and where would you go? I would go with Robert Kennedy, to an irish pub. What is your most memorable moment? Last year here at Hagerty during Beauty and the Beast. Just probably the transition process out of makeup during that five minutes that we had, me and Jake Texiera, getting shoved in chairs and having makeup solvent poured on our faces so they could rip those plastic prosthetics off. I think I’ll always remember what Ms. Backel put me through.
Heather Burke GPA: 4.510
What college do you plan to attend? University of Central Florida What do you plan to major in? Microbiology and Molecular Biology What is your greatest achievement? Graduating. What is your favorite movie? “500 Days of Summer.” What do you do outside of school? I hang out with my friends and I dance Polynesian and I go to the beach. If you could go to dinner with anyone dead or alive, who would you choose and where would you go? My grandpa in Hawaii. What is your most memorable moment? Everyday I spend with my friends and family.
What college do you plan to attend? The University of Florida. What do you plan to major in? Engineering. What is your greatest achievement? Being Jeff Driskal’s tutor. What is your favorite movie? “Iron Man 2.” What do you do for fun outside of school? I play basketball and baseball and football and soccer. If you could go to dinner with anyone dead or alive, who would you choose and where would you go? Jeff Driskal to Olive garden What is your most memorable moment? Senior Night Basketball.
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Ansley Schulte GPA: 4.370
What college do you plan to attend? St. John’s University in Queens, New York. What do you plan to major in? I want to double major in psychology and theology. What is your greatest achievement? Pulling a Tom Calhoun; making it into the top ten when nobody thought I would. What is your favorite movie? “The Fall” or “The Chum Scrubber.” What do you do for fun outside of school? I hang out with my family a lot. If you could go to dinner with anyone dead or alive, who would you choose and where would you go? Rob Bell at Panera. Absolutely. What is your most memorable moment? Getting told I was in the top ten.
all photos by sarah landers all illustrations by sabrina chehab
Athlete of the Year Mitch Hatton
How does it make you feel to be considered your high school’s athlete of the year? It’s pretty special knowing how much I’ve done over the years. What do you believe is your best attribute as an athlete? My low center of gravity. Who did you look up to as a child, to help you with your athletics? My parents. What made you work as hard as you have over your high school career? My spirit of competitiveness. What have you learned from your experience as an athlete at Hagerty? How to deal with loss. What would you tell underclassmen to help them succeed as well as you have in your high school career? I hope they have good genetics and they work hard. What was your favorite part about playing at Hagerty? The people. Who has had the biggest influence on you of anybody at Hagerty? Jeff Driskel and Jacob Kurtz. Where are you going to college? Will you play a sport? FSU. I’m not joining a sport. I’m retiring.
How does it make you feel to be considered your high school’s athlete of the year? Excited and honored. Do you feel that you deserve this award? I’ve worked hard… What do you believe is your best attribute as an athlete? I’m a leader. I lead the team and I work hard. How do you feel that you’ve been a leader? By always working hard and trying to set an example for the younger girls and motivating everyone to do their best. Who did you look up to as a child to help you with your athletics? Misty May. She’s a beach volleyball player. She has a gold medal and she’s just a beast in general. What made you work as hard as you have over your high school career? Wanting to win and get better and have a future in volleyball. What have you learned from your experience as an athlete at Hagerty? I’ve learned how to balance school and sports and how to be a leader and work hard all the time and never give up. What would you tell underclassmen to help them succeed as well as you have? Don’t let anything stop you from achieving your goals. What was your favorite part about playing at Hagerty? Probably my coach and my team. My coach [Corey Radford] is the absolute best. Who has had the biggest influence on you of anybody at Hagerty? Corey Radford. I’ve spent so much time with him over the past four years. Where are you going to college? Will you play a sport? Florida State College of Jacksonville. Yes, I have a full volleyball scholarship.
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May 26, 2010
Athlete of the Year Jacob Kurtz
How does it make you feel to be considered your Hagerty’s male student athlete of the year? It’s a great honor. There are a bunch of good athletes and good students at this school, so it really means a lot to me. What do you believe is your best attribute as an athlete? As a student? I’m a good leader and I understand the game well, which rubs off on my teammates, which also helps them. I’ve gotten straight As my whole life. I have a good work ethic, which helps on and off the court and in the classroom. What made you work as hard as you have over your high school career? Just trying to be the best that I can be in sports and in school. What have you learned from your experience as an athlete at Hagerty High School? I’ve learned how to deal with certain situations, like when things go bad and when things go good, and how to handle those. What would you tell underclassmen to help them succeed as well as you have? Really, just try your best at everything; whatever it is, always go 100% because it will pay off in the end. What was your favorite part about playing at Hagerty? The experience that it gives you: building up the program and making it respectable to all of the other schools around the county. Who has had the biggest influence on you of anybody at Hagerty? Coach Kohn really helped me to become a better person and athlete. Where are you going to college? Will you play a sport? I will be attending the University of Florida; no.
How does it make you feel to be considered Hagerty’s female student athlete of the year? I feel really honored. I’ve put so much time into running, and to be presented with this award is a great accomplishment. Who did you look up to as a child to help you with your athletics? My mom. I’m a part of so many extracurriculars and clubs and these sports and my mom has pushed me to do the best in everything. What made you work so hard over your high school career? Once I put my mind to something, there’s no stopping me. I work extremely hard for everything I have and being able to excel in school and sports has continued my drive through all four years. What have you learned from your experience as an athlete at Hagerty High School? As time consuming and grueling that running is, never giving up and staying until the end is important and all worth it, because I pour my heart into my sports. What was your favorite part about running? I think the team atmosphere is the best part because I grew so close to my teammates that it made all the practices, especially speed workouts, worth it. Who has had the biggest influence on you of anybody at Hagerty? Coach Getty, because I have spent the most time with him out of any other teacher here. We’ve had so many bonding experiences and he’s taught me so much about running and life lessons that I’ll never forget. I love him for that. Where are you going to college? Will you? UCF. Since I started running, I’m never going to stop. It’s like an addiction to me.
photos from dsp and Hagerty website interviews compiled by patrick mccormack and kristin krawczyk
Athlete of the Year Derek Eiflander
How does it make you feel to be named the male two-sport athlete of the year? It’s an honor; I put a lot of hard work into these two sports and I put a lot of pressure on myself, It feels good that it paid off. Who did you look up to as a child to help you with your athletics? My sister for getting me interested in both sports, and my mom for driving me to events and coming to events even if she didn’t have to. What made you work so hard over your high school career? Not letting my team down. Quitting halfway through the year would not look good as a captain. I don’t like not being busy. What would you tell underclassmen to help them succeed as well as you have? Find something that interests you and push yourself as hard as you can and never give up. Who has had the biggest influence on you of anybody at Hagerty? Coach Ellsworth because being captain means a lot of coach/captain bonding time and it helps the team better. Where are you going to college? Will you play a sport? UCF. I plan on continuing sports for fun rather than competitiveness. I might start coaching volleyball and soccer.
How does it feel to be named your the female two- sport athlete of the year? I think it’s pretty cool building the sports program. Its good not to be the underdog. What made you work as hard as you have over your high school career? Starting out at the first water polo game and seeing my team struggle made me want to change that and make our team better as a whole. What have you learned from your experience as an athlete at Hagerty High School? To push through hard times. If you give up, there’s no point in trying. What would you tell underclassmen to help them succeed as well as you have or to surpass your successes? Always push yourself to be the best you can be. Who has had the biggest influence on you of anybody at Hagerty? Coach King. He was the reason why I started water polo and continued through. Where are you going to college? Will you play a sport? Notre Dame College. Yes, I got a water polo scholarship.
swimming and volleyball and soccer water polo
Performance of the Year Arika Short
How does it make you feel to be considered your high school’s best individual performer? It’s quite an honor to achieve this award. What do you believe is your best attribute as an athlete? I think I’m stronger than a lot of people. I’m humble to some extent and I am motivated and determined. Who did you look up to as a child to help with your athletics? Dan Gable. He was a wrestler and Iowa Hawkeyes wrestling coach. I looked up to him all through high school. And my grandfather. What made you work so hard over your high school career? I strived even at practice to be the best, to be absolutely perfect. What have you learned from your experience as an athlete? Win or lose, always give 110 percent if not more all the time. It doesn’t matter if you’re the smallest or biggest. The one who wins is going to be the one who is more determined and motivated to win. What would you tell underclassmen to help them succeed? Don’t quit. Never give up, never surrender. What was your favorite part about wrestling? We are the first to everything and we strive to be the best. I’m the only one in my category and I strive for first. Who has had the biggest influence on you of anybody at Hagerty? Coach Cabal, coach Poyner, and of course, Ms. Prendergast. Where are you going to college? Will you play a sport? West Liberty University in West Virginia. I signed as a walk on depending on my ACT scores.
How does it make you feel to be considered your high school’s best individual player of the year? It’s a good feeling. I feel accomplished. What do you believe is your best attribute as an athlete? My strength and teamwork. What do you mean when you say ‘strength’? The strength to keep going and not give up. Motivation. Who did you look up to as a child to help you with your athletics? My dad. He was a runner as well. I tried to follow in his footsteps. What made you work so hard over your high school career? Definitely because of my dad. And I was always pushed to make something of myself. And I like it; it’s a good feeling. What have you learned from your experience as an athlete at Hagerty High School? Even though it’s a lot of hard work and there are times when you want to give up, but you don’t because you won’t be the same person without it. What would you tell underclassmen to help them succeed? Believe in yourself. Believe that you can do it. What was your favorite part about playing at Hagerty? Being on the team. By the end of the year, everyone is like a family. Who has had the biggest influence on you of anybody at Hagerty? My coach. He pushes me and he’s always been there to make me a better athlete. Where are you going to college? Will you play a sport? UCF. Possibly track and field and cheer.
photos by dsp interviews compiled by kait moorman and jeff howell
Team of the Year Patrick McCormack co-sports editor
ith the first winning record in school history, the boys’ baseball team has set a precedent. By dedicated offseason workouts, the team built up endurance to carry them through their 25 regular season games, all the while amassing a 15-10 record and winning the district
championship. In a prime example of the winning spirit that led to its successes, the team, after an early three game losing streak, went on to win the next six. In addition, the team has finally achieved its goal of defeating every other school in the county, a true feat for so young a program. In the fall, the team began a rigorous training program to prepare for the season.
“You can’t lift weights much during the season; we hit the weights hard… during the off season to build everybody’s strength up,” pitching coach Derek Griffith said. This training is an integral part of the team’s philosophy of always outworking the opponent; they believe that superior preparation is essential for victories. This ideology of intense preparation is also applied during the regular season. “We try to make every practice as intense as we can, and we try to hold kids accountable for what they do,” head coach Jared Goodwin said. This year’s successful team is one of the youngest in the area with only two senior members, Brandon Bixler and Charles Ocasio. These seniors have risen and fulfilled leadership positions this year. “[The seniors] have done a great job of being … the people who step up and take criticism when needed,” Goodwin said. “They make sure everyone is working like they should be.” Throughout the course of the season, the team’s losses have come by fairly narrow margins. Pitching
and defense have been key components of the team’s strategy as they have given the team the ability to outlast difficult opponents and even emerge victorious. Additionally, the team has developed a strong chemistry wherein athletes have made close friendships. “I play football, so I don’t prepare with the baseball team, but it comes back to team chemistry; all of those guys are my friends. I still hang out with them on the weekends, and that goes a long way in building a team,” outfielder Jeff Driskel said. Though the team won the district championship with a close victory over Oviedo, the team suffered a defeat to Lake Howell in the first round of the regional tournament. “When the games are on the line, you can either get really hot like we did last year and go a long way,” Griffith said, “or you could… lose one game and you’re done.” The team, in its youth, hopes that the success it found this season will carry into the next, and that they will only improve in the future.
(left) Players on the boys varsity baseball team celebrate their win over Oviedo High School for the district championship on April 30.
MAY 26, 2010
Scholarships and Awards Seniors are recognized for their academic, scholastic and community achievements. School Scholarships
Florida State Univ. Seminole State College Christopher Galletti Khadija Hussein Austen Mellers Maria Healy Kenneth Mynatt Brandon Pesciek Hayley Parcell Sarah Lamoureaux Nadia Shokrani Kyle Rollins Daniel Thomasetti Isaac Mendez Troy Univ. Danielle Lopez Kristilee Ginther Charlene Clerge Ball State Univ. Heather Haupt Kayla Hani Mary Baressi Belmont Univ. Univ. of Central Florida Victoria Hill Heather Burke Berry College Kimberly Carolus Andrew Kurila Alexandra Dubois Boston College Jeffrey Gisel Joseph Manning Erick Hamann Univ. of South Florida Sarah Howell Kelly McClay Jason Montromery Elizabeth Moschella Zavia Menning Florida Gulf Coast Univ. Gerrod Smith Isaac Mendez Univ. of North Carolina The Boston Conservatory Christopher Allen Dominique Minor Rollins College St. Leo Univ. Casey Barker Michael Pecylak Saabira Mohamed Daytona Beach State College Amir Sadeh Jordan Pollock Ethan White Stetson Univ. Cornell Univ. Cassandra Schuchart Gregory Braciak Western Texas College Auburn Univ. Ashley Seymour Lauren Crawford Aveda Institute Jacksonville Univ. Shelby Wilson Krystal Dannenhoffer
Barbara Robinson JROTC Scholarship Clay Paquin JROTC Army Scholarship Kenneth Banfield Kevin Lowe
HHS Athletic Booster Scholarship Jefferson Award Kenneth Mynatt Zavia Menning Lyndsay Wainman Oviedo Womanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club Scholarship HHS PTSA Scholarship Zavia Menning Kenneth Mynatt Oviedo Historical Society Gregory Braciak Sheena Deva Heather Burke Oviedo Winter Springs Lions Club Cassandra Schuchart Nicholas Gonzalez Spencer George South Seminole Rotary Rising Hagerty Family Scholarship Achievers Kenneth Mynatt Gakilra Crumpton Disney Dreamer and Doer Denelis Solar Benetiz Michelle LaBorde Take Stock in Children Prudential Community Spirit Award Teddy Doodnauth Diedre Manning
National Merit National Merit Finalist Casey Barker National Achievement Scholarship Christopher Allen National Merit Commended Scholars Scott AmRhein Heather Burke Kimberly Carolus Sarah Howell Deirdre Manning Joseph Manning Brandee Miller Leigh Nash Hayley Parcell Alexa Roth Cassandra Schuchart Ansley Schulte Spencer Tanase Annaliesa Watters Geoffrey Withers National Merit McKesson Scholarship Ethan White National Hispanic Scholarship Michael Bahr Lauren Crawford Erik Hamann
Department Awards Math Gregory Braciak, Zavia Menning, Sean Mendes, Holly Mitchell Career Education Caroline Marshall, Nicole Englert, Damaris DeJesus, Jake Hoebel, Mark Thomas, Tim Terrell, Jeffrey Sprinkle, Clay Paquin, Jacob Kurtz, Holly Mitchell World Language Brittany Oliver, Naveed Clarke, Casey Barker, Heather Garvin Fine Arts Mike Brown, Lindsay Sutch, Hayley Parcell, Dana Miersch, William Robowski
English Sarah Howell, Amy Tunno, Nate Bryant Journalism Matt Debonis, Madison Smith, Naveed Clarke, Sarah Landers Science Scott Amrhein, Tim Copeland, Greg Braciak, Joseph Manning Social Studies Spencer George, Ansley Schulte, Greg Braciak, Jacob Kurtz, Victoria Hill, Khadija Hussein, Vu Tran, Mark Lopez, Michael Lopez Dilsia Fernandez
May 26, 2010
Student Farewells Hollee Frank
What is your favorite memory of high school? My favorite memory of high school is meeting a lot more people and developing a lot of good friendships this year. What are you going to miss the most about high school? I am going to miss all of my friends and great teachers. My senior year has been very fun and a good year to remember.
What is your favorite memory of high school? My favorite memory of high school is just the entire high school experience – being involved with volleyball, dance and just all the different activities in high school. What are you going to miss the most about high school? What I will miss the most about high school will just be coming to school and seeing my friends. Most of which I have known since elementary school, and I will miss them.
What is your favorite memory of high school? Between sky diving, Bush Gardens, and taking the party bus to prom, I don’t know which one to pick. What are you going to miss the most about high school? The friends I’ve made throughout high school.
What is your favorite memory of high school? Spirit weeks and pep rally days. All the activities that went on during those days were so much fun. What are you going to miss the most about high school? I’m going to miss my favorite teachers that are entertaining.
What is your favorite memory of high school? The band program, 2009’s prom, project graduation and my senior year. What are you going to miss the most about high school? My teachers, colorguard, winterguard, and not having to pay for my books.
What is your favorite memory of high school? It hasn’t happened yet because I haven’t left the school for the last time ever. What are you going to miss the most about high school? All the girls and I’m going to miss waking up at 6:30 in the morning to know I have a good day of education in front of me.
What is your favorite memory of high school? There are so many but I think one of my favorites is the one act. The entire experience was so funny and amazing. We were all such good friends and it was fun. What are you going to miss the most about high school? All the wonderful friends I’ve made in theater; they are truly my family and I love them all.
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What is your favorite memory of high school? Going to Seaworld this year for a convention with our NHS executive board to learn about the blood drives, winning a TV there and afterwards sneaking into Seaworld for free. What are you going to miss the most about high school? How close we all are, because soon we will have to work really hard to keep our friendships strong when we’re spread across the country.
What is your favorite memory of high school? My favorite memory would have to be the very first pep rally freshman year. I had so much fun performing with the cheerleading squad in front of the whole school. I will never forget that feeling. What are you going to miss the most about high school? The main thing that I will miss about high school is all the different sports and clubs that I participated in.
What is your favorite memory of high school? Junior/senior wars junior year. It was the first real war and it was the first time I was out until 5:00 a.m. rolling houses! I loved homecoming and senior week as well. What are you going to miss the most about high school? Not having any real responsibilities.
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What is your favorite memory of high school? My favorite memory would probably be just all the laughs and good times I shared with my best friends at lunch. What are you going to miss the most about high school? I’m going to miss the theater department the most. It has been the best thing I could ever have done. The friends in there have been some of the best people I’ve ever met and I will miss each one dearly. Keep things raunch my theater friends!
What is your favorite memory of high school? As a senior, tailgaiting before all of the home football games, even though we lost most of the time, we still cheered every week. What are you going to miss most about high school? Seeing all of the friends that made me laugh and cry and meeting all the amazing teachers at Hagerty.
What is your favorite memory of high school? Making the soccer team freshman year and getting captain senior year. What are you going to miss the most about high school? I’m going to miss all my friends that aren’t graduating with me, like Daniel, Bert, Tori, my brother and the soccer team.
What is your favorite memory of high school? My best high school memory was definitely my junior year and all four seasons of lacrosse, but also senior year prom! It was the perfect night with all my true best friends and turned out as perfect as it should’ve been! What are you going to miss the most about high school? I am going to miss playing lacrosse on the home field I played on for four years. Pep rallies were always so much fun and being able to turn stuff in late!
What is your favorite memory of high school? My favorite memory of high school is just all of the laughs with friends in class, crazy drama, and the amazing people I’ve met and watched change over the years. What are you going to miss the most about high school? I’m going to miss a few teachers and how easy everything is now. We don’t really have to worry about money or ills and we’re mostly dependent on our parents.
What are you going to miss the most about high school? I will miss all of the amazing friends I have made. They have helped me through everything and I love them dearly.
May 26, 2010
Highlights of Class ‘10
Senior Citizen Day...
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