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Tuesday spotlight on seniors Tristan Fuqua, Austin Carnes & Caleb Evans

Tristan Fuqua

Clubs & Activities
Football
Maroon Platoon

Hometown:
St. Joseph

Siblings:
A younger sister

Hobbies:
Playing guitar, archery, and he enjoys mechanics and motorcycles.

Favorite classes:
Ag Construction and Ag Mech Tech

Favorite teachers:
Mrs. Mabry at St Joseph Middle School, and Senor Zak Sutton and Mrs. Heather Lindenmeyer at St. Joseph-Ogden High School

College:
Parkland College

Advice to future SJO students:
Have fun and enjoy yourself.


Austin Carnes

Clubs & Activities
Track & Field

Hometown:
Originally from Crestview, Florida, he lives in Ogden

Siblings:
An older sister and two younger brothers

Hobbies:
Watching any sports from football and basketball to golf

Favorite SJO memories:
His first track meet this past February at the U of I Armory.

Favorite classes:
Economics and Sociology

Favorite teachers:
Mr. Marshall Schacht, Mr. Ryan Searby, Mr. Jeff Kieffer, and Mrs. Jeanna Kerner.

College:
University of Kansas, majoring Personal Finance and Accounting

Advice to future SJO students:
Take care of your school work starting your freshman year to keep a strong GPA throughout your high school career.

Caleb Evans

Clubs & Activities
Wrestling,Chorus, Maroon Platoon

Hometown:
St. Joseph

Siblings:
Three older brothers, a younger brother and a younger sister

Hobbies:
Fishing, archery, and woodworking

Favorite SJO memories:
He enjoyed participating in wrestling and chorus.

Favorite classes:
World Geography with Mr. Jeff Kieffer

Favorite teachers:
Mr. William Billman and Mrs. Mary Benoit

College:
Parkland College, majoring in Construction

Favorite quote:
"Don’t let others decide your path in life; make it your own."


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Text & photos provided by St. Joseph-Ogden High School.


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