Marais des Cygnes Valley High School to crown Queen of Courts 2018

The 2018 Marais des Cygnes Valley High School Queen of Courts ceremony will be tonight, Feb. 2, 2018, during the home basketball games against Cornerstone.

Assisting with the ceremony will be the 2017 Queen of Courts King Dakota Jackson and Queen Kelsey Lowe.

The freshman attendants will be Isabella Toman and Donovan Holloway. Isabella is the daughter of Andrea and Keith Schattak. Izzy has participated in FFA, volleyball, and basketball; and plans on playing softball this year. Donovan is the son of Jason and Tracie Holloway. He has participated in band this year, and plans to play basketball next year.

The sophomore attendants will be Bayleigh Lacey and Koby Vanderpool. Bayleigh is the daughter of Mark and Judy Lacey. She is a member of MdCV volleyball, basketball and scholars bowl. She has also participated in Stuco, FBLA, FFA, and has been on the Trojan Honor Roll for two years. She plans on being on the softball team this year. Bayleigh has been a representative for multiple organizations; she is also a member of the Osage County Fire for three years, and is an active member at True Grace Community Church and the Mt. Pleasant youth group. Koby is the son of Re and Tammy Vanderpool. Koby has participated in football, basketball, FFA, FBLA, and FCCLA for two years, and he plans on participating on the baseball team this year.

The junior attendants are Destiny Massey and Gannon Schimmel. Destiny is the daughter of Bill and Tamara Massey. Destiny is a member of FBLA (secretary), FFA (Stuco rep), FCCLA  (president), and Stuco. She has participated in volleyball and basketball for two years, and track for three years. She has been on the scholars bowl and cheerleading team for one year, and named to the National Honor Society. She plans to continue with these activities through their high school years. On her free time, Destiny is also an Awana church leader. Gannon is the son of Jon and Jenny Schimmel. Gannon has been a member of the MdCV football team for three years, basketball team for two years, track for one year, and plans on playing baseball this year. He has also been a member of FFA for three years, FCCLA for one year, and has been on the honor roll for two years. He plans to go to Berkley College of Music to get a master’s degree in music production.

The senior attendants are Kali Holt, Mya Hidalgo, Brennan Irey and Noah Criqui.

Kali is the daughter of Jeff and Nicole Patterson. Kali has been a member of the MdCV volleyball team for three years, the basketball team all four years, and the track and cheer team for two years. She has also been a member of FBLA, officer for two years and is currently the president, FFA, officer for three years, and FFLA, officer for two years. She has been in the National Honor Society, scholars bowl for two years, and Stuco. She plans to attend Kansas State University with a major in biology with an intention of becoming a neonatologist. Kali will be escorted by Noah Criqui.

Noah is the son of Sean Criqui and Kami and Jason Simmons. Noah has played basketball for four years, football for two years, and plans on playing baseball this year. Noah has also been an active member in FFA and FCLA for four years, as well as FBLA for one year and StuCo for two years. After school, Noah, plans on going straight into the workforce.

Mya Hidalgo is the daughter of Nicole Sharbs and Anthony Hidalgo. Mya has been a member of FBLA, the cheerleading squad, and yearbook for one year. She has also been recognized with the Tower award for math, honor roll her junior year, and the gold standard for perfect attendance. She was also recognized for mentor leadership for the 2016-2017 year. Mya plans to play softball in the spring. She is escorted by Brennan Irey.

Brennan Irey is the son of Brian Irey and Kori Trey. Brennan has participated in football, basketball, track, FBLA, and FFA for four years. He has also been in FCLA for three years, and plans on playing baseball this year. Brennan plans on going straight into the workforce, managing the woodshed.

To see the crowning of the 2018 Queen of Courts King and Queen, be at tonight’s home basketball games at Marais des Cygnes Valley High School, at Melvern. Games begin at 6 p.m., MdCV versus Cornerstone.

Information thanks to Marais des Cygnes Valley High School.

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