Page 8 The Dog Pound Name: Addalyn Schroeder Parents’/Guardians’ names: Brenda Schroeder and Larry Ward Plans after graduation: I’m not exactly sure yet. Describe yourself using one word: “Rule-breaker” Senior year activities: Working, Girl Scouts, and dance at the TTA Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Married with a couple kids What is your proudest accomplishment? Learning to accept myself as a person What is something no one else knows about you? I’m pretty much an open book, so I don’t have an answer for this one. What is the biggest obstacle you have had to overcome? Not having a fatherly figure for most of my life What advice would you give to underclassmen? Take all the college credit classes you can. What is the best thing about LCHS? Nothing...it’s school. If you could change something about LCHS, what would it be? The parking lot What are your pet peeves? People who walk slow If you could have one question answered, what would that question be? Why is school so stressful? If you could invent something, what would it be? A teleporter so I would have more time to sleep in the mornings before school If you could be someone else for a day, who would it be? Michael Scott because he’s Michael Scott Name: Autum Wessling Parent’s/Guardian’s name: Bobbie Cray Plans after graduation: Attend SDSU for a double major in interior design and business Describe yourself using one word: “Sassy” Senior year activities: Cheerleading and choir Where do you see yourself in 10 years? I see my myself married with a couple dogs. What is your proudest accomplishment? Getting accepted into college What is something no one else knows about you? No one knows that I can drink a whole gallon of milk in 20 min. What is the biggest obstacle you have had to overcome? My sister going to college What advice would you give to underclassmen? Stay in your lane What is the best thing about LCHS? Mrs. Westhoff If you could change something about LCHS, what would it be? Longer lunches and opens What are your pet peeves? Sad music in a car and people who are constantly talking about others If you could be someone else for a day, who would it be? Kim K, her days look fun. If you could be any animal, which animal would it be? An elephant...so cute! If you could have one wish, what would you wish for? To own an elephant LCHS’s show choir is very successful. Most people can sing and some people can dance, but it takes true skills to be able to dance and sing together without falling over. Crimson and Black is in its 25th year of existence. It is made up of 48 singers and 10 pit crew members. Randy Ewing is on his 12th year of directing at LCHS. The singers auditioned at the end of September and found out who made it in October. Freshman Brody Ohm said he auditioned because it had been a dream of his to be a part of C & B. Sophomore Hailey Plueger states, “My friends are the reason I auditioned.” Dancers usually practiced outside of the school days and started at the end of October. Choreography was three days in December. In January LCHS hosted two other show choirs for a clinic to work on vocals, dancing, and overall show. Ewing used the clinic to help his group prepare for state contest the next week. Sophomore Lucas Hauser said, “The clinic was great, and we learned a lot.” Sophomore Alexandria Stamer exclaimed, “It was the best learning experience I’ve ever had.” Crimson and Black has earned a Division I rating each year at state contest. This year was no exception. The group then competed at Heelan on February 24, placing first in class 3A and finishing fourth runner up during finals. They also performed at the winter concert on February 26 and at the Lewis Central competition on March 3. There they placed first in class 3A and were just a few points from making finals. They finished their season March 17 at the Hinton Soundsational. Show choir consists of a whole show of singing and dancing. Some groups even add another costume, having less than a minute to change. Crimson and Black performed five songs and had a costume change. Returning seniors for the singers included Regan Albers, Cameron Albus, Andrea Barrett, Sarah Benton, Morgan Boehme, Kyle Dunn, Megan Friedrich, Max Hardyk, Alyssa Hoebelheinrich, Hannah Kliever, Isaac Lerdal, Zach Spieler, Caden Washburn, and Noah Watson. Seniors for the pit members included Kody Koerselman, Giselle Sanchez, and Sam Vacura. Hailey Plueger set a high goal for her season: “I want to have as many facial expressions as Arlinna Bowen.” Sophomore Harlie Bates said, “The family you make the first day show choir starts is why I love show choir.” Ohm excitedly said, “I finally get to be a part of a team!” Show choir dazzles crowds by Hannah Kliever The 2018 Crimson and Black show choir was under the direction of Randy Ewing.