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KEVIN MANZ: MOST LIKELY TO BECOME A COACH

KEVIN MANZ: MOST LIKELY TO BECOME A COACH

Sheldon Buist, Reporter

May 30, 2019

After a great senior baseball season from senior Kevin Manz, he is continuing his academic and athletic career at Misericordia University where he will major in exercise science and hopefully one day be the next Coordinated Health trainer at Bangor High School. Name your school activities and pos...

GRIFFIN KROUSE: MOST LIKELY TO BE A MUSIC PROFESSOR

GRIFFIN KROUSE: MOST LIKELY TO BE A MUSIC PROFESSOR

Emma Naysmith, Reporter

May 29, 2019

Throughout his time at Bangor Area High School, impassioned senior Griffin Krouse took part in Marching Band, Symphonic Band, and Jazz Band. Looking forward, he will take his talents and dedication to The University of Oregon to study music education, minor in music technology and computer programming...

MORGAN O’BRIEN: MOST LIKELY TO SAVE THE WORLD

MORGAN O’BRIEN: MOST LIKELY TO SAVE THE WORLD

Austin Medina, Reporter

May 29, 2019

Slater record breaker and varsity Captain Morgan O’Brien has high hopes for the future. He’ll attend the Air Force Academy and study biology, following a path of flying planes and doing lab experiments. What are your school activities and positions in those activities? Spanish Honor Society Tr...

ARYANA SMITH: MOST LIKELY TO HEAL THE WORLD WITH MUSIC

ARYANA SMITH: MOST LIKELY TO HEAL THE WORLD WITH MUSIC

Danielle Hess, Reporter

May 29, 2019

After a successful academic career at Bangor High school, band president Aryana Smith will be attending Marywood University and hopes to become a Music Therapist at a children’s hospital. Name your school activities and positions in those activities. Band president, jazz, symphonic band. Chamber Ch...

PAOLO BARTOLUCCI: MOST LIKELY TO BUILD A SUPERCOMPUTER

PAOLO BARTOLUCCI: MOST LIKELY TO BUILD A SUPERCOMPUTER

Meagan Hoffman, Editor in Chief

May 29, 2019

Tech savvy senior Paolo Bartolucci will attend Northampton Community College in the fall to major in computer science and business. His impressive computer skills have prepared him to further his interest in technology to hopefully one day become a lead software developer or designer. Name your sc...

JAKE ANDERSON: MOST LIKELY TO BE THE NEXT CAPTAIN AMERICA

JAKE ANDERSON: MOST LIKELY TO BE THE NEXT CAPTAIN AMERICA

Danielle Hess, Reporter

May 29, 2019

After a successful academic career at Bangor High, hardworking CIT standout Jake Andersen will go into the Marine Corps. What career do you hope to attain? Dock builder LU 1556 Which band could play the soundtrack to your high school career and why? I don’t think there can be one band but B...

GABE PILOZO: MOST LIKELY TO BE A RECORD PRODUCER

GABE PILOZO: MOST LIKELY TO BE A RECORD PRODUCER

Austin Medina, Reporter

May 29, 2019

Marching Band drum major and music producing genius Gabe Pilozo plans to attend NCC with hopes of transferring to Temple University where he will study Music Technology. He wants to someday own his own recording studio. What are your school activities? “Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Jazz Band,...

EVAN PARSONS: WILL HAVE THE MOST INTERESTING CAREER

EVAN PARSONS: WILL HAVE THE MOST INTERESTING CAREER

Allison Reed, Editor

May 29, 2019

Senior Evan Parsons plans to put the “fun” in funeral as he will attend Northampton Community College in the fall for a major in mortuary science. Parsons will use his education to follow in his parents’ footsteps and become a funeral director.   What do you hope people will remember about yo...

AVA PEKLINSKY: MOST LIKELY TO PLAY IN AN ORCHESTRA

AVA PEKLINSKY: MOST LIKELY TO PLAY IN AN ORCHESTRA

Allison Reed, Editor

May 29, 2019

Over the past four years, studious senior Ava Peklinsky cultivated an impressive array of band honors, including playing string bass and mallet percussion and receiving the 2019 Kenton M. Lerch Memorial Scholarship for Symphonic Band. Peklinsky also performed in Concert Band with the string bass,...

MORGAN SHRIVER: MOST LIKELY TO HAVE “ROSIEST” PERSONALITY

MORGAN SHRIVER: MOST LIKELY TO HAVE “ROSIEST” PERSONALITY

Avery Schiavone, Reporter

May 29, 2019

Outstanding senior Morgan Shriver has had a successful four years at Bangor. She spent her time dedicated to the musical arts, being involved in and holding leadership roles in choir, Chamber Choir, and Woman’s Chorale. She also showed her remarkable talent in portraying the role of Rosie Mulligan in Mamma Mia. Shriver helped take...

AARON HECKMAN: MOST LIKELY TO BOWL A PERFECT GAME

AARON HECKMAN: MOST LIKELY TO BOWL A PERFECT GAME

Tinia Burke, Reporter

May 28, 2019

Never has Aaron Heckman been the one to hit a gutter. After his strike-full four years of high school, Heckman will be attending NCC in the 2019 Fall Semester to study Computer Aided Design (CAD). He hopes in the future to follow the CAD career path.  What do you hope people will remember about you af...

JORDAN ACKERMAN: MOST LIKELY TO BE THE NEXT GORDAN RAMSAY

JORDAN ACKERMAN: MOST LIKELY TO BE THE NEXT GORDAN RAMSAY

Tinia Burke, Reporter

May 23, 2019

After four pleasant years at Bangor High School, senior Jordan Ackerman will attend the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York to cook up some trouble. She will study culinary food science, and maybe one day, if her dreams come true, cook for Gordon Ramsay. What career do you hope to...

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