Wildcat Athletes Are Academic All-Staters

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Wildcat Thinclads Take Top

Pole Vault Honors At Regionals,

Durham wins Hurdles For Pirates

Photos by Rod and Rena Oyler

Cayle Cochran is a member of the Regional Runner-Up Wildcat Track Team, and second place high-jumper

Chandler Daffern, took third in the 100 meter high hurdles.

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Wildcat Athletes Perform At

Track Meet

Hosted by the Beaver Dusters

 

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Boise City Choir Gets

Superior Rating at State Meet

For the first time in many years, the Boise City School Choir (members listed below) went to state vocal music contest to perform as a large group. These students qualified for State Contest by receiving a superior rating for their performance of two songs at District Contest at OPSU February 27. The choir was scheduled to sing at State Contest, held at Oklahoma Baptist University, Thursday, April 17. Again, the choir sang their two contest pieces for three judges. Each judge assigns a rating based on the quality of the performance of each high school choir participating. The students did an outstanding job! All three judges gave the 7th -12th grade choir the highest rating possible, a Superior (I) rating. The Boise City Students that received a Superior (I) rating at District Vocal Music Contest and qualified for state contest performed at State Contest last Thursday morning. A I is Superior, a II is Excellent, a III is Good, a IV is Fair, and a Five is Poor. Several of these students qualified for State Music Contest for the first time this year. The results were as follows: BCHS Girls Ensemble II; Calye Cochran I; Josh Faulkner II; Dagan James II; April Layton II; Tiffany Schuette II. The Boise City Choir would like to thank the Boise City Music Boosters and the community for supporting them through fund raisers and by attending performances this year. The choir will also be singing at Baccalaureate and will also sing the senior song “The Middle” at the graduation of the Boise City Class of 2008 on May 23, at 7 PM in the high school auditorium. We would like to invite everyone to the spring music concert scheduled for Tuesday, May 13, at 7 PM, in the high school auditorium! Seventh grade choir members are Clint Apple, Bailey Cook, Megan Crews, Shelby Hawkins, Ian Licea, Hannah Miller and Makenze Twyman. Eighth grade members are Wyatt Derrick, Drew Faulkner, Maria Rodriguez, Arista Thompson and Kelsey Turner. Ninth graders include Lauren Crews, Dagan James, April Layton and Tiffany Schuette. Josh Faulkner, Lindy Moore and Lacey Wilson make up the sophomore choir members. Calye Cochran, Chandler Daffern and Lauren Torres are the juniors in choir. Cassidy Christian is our senior choir member.

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Yarbrough Music Students Succeed at

State Contest

Last week, nine Yarbrough students traveled down state to compete in OSSAA State Solo and Ensemble Contest. The first contest was held at OSU and Alisha Forinash performed her Bb Clarinet Solo “Pergola” which received a superior rating. Next the ladies went to OBU and competed in state vocal contest. Alisha Forinash performed her solo “Johnny Doolin’s Cat” and received a superior rating; the Yarbrough Sextet (which is made up of Alisha Forinash, Sara Aydin-Sell, Tiffany Williams, Amber Bartlett, Matraca Cline and Jami Mather) also received a superior rating for their performance of “In Winter”. The Yarbrough Belle Ensemble (which is made up of Matraca Cline, Jami Mather, Amber Bartlett, Alisha Forinash, Devin Hiner, Breann Patrick, Sara Aydin-Sell, Ashley Williams and Tiffany Williams) received an excellent rating for their performance of “Wind”.

Photo from bottom left to top Alisha Forinash, Breann Patrick, Ashley Williams, Devin Hiner, Matraca Cline, Misty Viner (Yarbrough Music Director), Right to top, Sara Aydin-Sell, Tiffany Williams, Jami Mather, Amber Bartlett, Nancy Roberts (Accompanist)

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Teens Participate in PTCI Text

Messaging Tournament

March 29, 2008 (Guymon, OK)

PTCI held its first annual Text Messaging Tournament called “Text Madness” consisting of seeds and a triple elimination competition. Teens from around PTCI’s service area including Boise City, Guymon, Hooker, and Hardesty, came to compete. Each teen texted phrases that were newly revealed to them on a 32″ computer screen in a one-on-one competition. After losing three contests, the competitor was eliminated until a winner was determined.

Ace Hawkins from Boise City and Carlee Gilmore from Hooker were teen competitors who qualified to compete in the Tournament by winning at their school’s open competition at Dialing for Dollars. Brittany Wood of Hardesty won at her school and received the Runner-Up Award at Text Madness. The PTCI Text Messaging Champion was Taylor Landes of Guymon after a sudden-death round. Taylor received six months of free text and data service, a trophy, and all contestants won coke vouchers, movie passes, and t-shirts.

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Locals place at

Turpin Special

Olympics

25 Meter Walk Women

Sophia Springs, First,

Rhonda Worm, Second

100 Meter Walk

Jessica Jones, First

Relays, First Heat

Rhonda Worm, Sophia Springs

and Luis Sandoval, First

25 Meter Walk Men

Luis Sandoval, First,

Oran Wright, Second

50 meter Dash Men

Jerry Springs, First

Softball Throw Women

First Heat

Jessica Jones, Third

Second Heat

Sophia Springs, First

Soft Ball Throw Men

First Heat

Jerry Springs, First

Oran Wright, First

Second Heat

Luis Sandoval, First

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