By Hunter Lane
This week in sports on December 4, the basketball teams played Arab at Arab.
Unfortunately, all teams lost but JV player Jack Harris said, “It was a close game and we played our very best.”
They were also to play Friday against Scottsboro at home.
Last week, the Guntersville basketball teams unfortunately lost against Anniston on Thursday. Then on Friday, the varsity boys won against St. John Paul II.
Logan Bonds said, "I am so blessed to be on a team that works so hard for a win.”
No matter what, we are proud and support our GHS Wildcats!
By Andreanne Tranquini
This week’s Senior Spotlight features Daniel Laguerre and Kayleigh Sampson.
Daniel Laguerre is the son of Guerline Joseph Laguerre and Sylvestre Emmanuel Laguerre. He has three sisters and two twin brothers.
Daniel is on the soccer team. His favorite teacher at GHS is Ms. Oliver because she is the most understanding, and helpful teacher he’s ever had.
His favorite high school memory was his freshmen year because his soccer team made it to the Final 4. His plans after graduation are to go to college and study business. His biggest dream is to succeed and be a great father.
Daniel’s words of wisdom to any underclassmen is “You can never be fixed if you don’t ever break.”
His greatest accomplishment in his life was attending high school. Daniel describes himself as respectful. Daniel is a Christian and his father is a pastor.
His most creative excuse to get out of homework is that he had to work.
Kayleigh Sampson is the daughter of Christy Wiggs and Todd Wiggs. She has a sister named Lailah Wiggs who is 8 years old.
Kayleigh is a part of ODK, NHS and Interact Club. Her favorite teacher at GHS is Mrs. Hornbuckle because she is a great teacher, and she is always in a great mood. She gave Mrs. Hornbuckle the @name of @imcallingchapo.
Her favorite high school memory is all the time she has spent with her friends when they had the same classes.
She hopes to attend Wallace State Community College this upcoming 2019 fall semester and get a degree in dental hygiene after high school.
Her biggest dream is to be successful and not let her family down. Some words of wisdom Kayleigh Sampson has to say to any underclassmen is to just keep going, times will get rough and you will want to give up, but don't because in the end it is all worth it.
Her greatest accomplishment is that she has maintained an A average throughout school. One word she uses to describe herself is nice.
By Maddie Booth
The Work-Based Learning (WBL) program at Guntersville High School announces that Loren Reese has been selected as the "Employee of the Week."
Loren works as an office assistant at Citizens Bank & Trust. She is pictured with her supervisor, Patty Rice. The WBL program expresses appreciation to Citizens Bank and Trust for being a supporter of the program. This business has been selected as "Employer of the Week."
By Ellie Campbell
- Tuesday, Dec. 11 - GHS basketball will play at Albertville at 4:30/4 p.m.
- Wednesday, Dec. 12, seniors will take the Citizenship Test.
- Thursday, Dec. 13, seniors will take Citizenship Test.
- Friday, Dec. 14, GHS basketball will play at Brewer at 4:30/4pm