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February 12, 2013

GHS favorites revealed at annual dance

GREENVILLE — The announcement of Greenville High School favorites was made at the annual student-government-sponsored Favorites Dance  conducted Saturday.

Mr. and Miss GHS were Jordan Pitt and Jenny Hardaway.

Outstanding seniors were (alphabetically) Joseph Aiken, Hannah Bench, Kellen Cox, Kyle Crumpton, Kally Duncan, Clay Evans, Jenny Hardaway and Anna Shook.

Other winners announced included All Around Boy, Jordan Pitt; All Around Girl, Yessy Alvarez; Athletic Boy, Erick Quiroz; Athletic Girl, Maddy Crabtree; Courteous Boy, Dartannon  Wilson; Courteous Girl, Hannah Bench; Friendliest Boy, Clay Evans; Friendliest Girl, Yessy Alvarez; Most Beautiful, Darian Hise, Most Feminine, JoselynArana; Most Handsome, Layne White; Most Likely to Succeed (boy), Caleb Bryan and Kyle Crumpton; Most Likely to Succeed (girl), Anna Shook; Most Masculine, Erick Quiroz; Most School Spirit (boy), Jordan Pitt;  Most School Spirit (girl), Estefania Morales; Wittiest Boy, Allen Etter; Wittiest Girl, Morgan Crabtree.

Favorites were chosen by a vote of the student body.

Class Favorites (alphabetically) were freshmen Spencer Gilbert Jr., Jotselin Monarrez, Freddy Reyes, Jordan Sweat, Levi Vargas; sophomores, Ashley Hoskins, Ernan Medrano, Charlye Pickens, Giovani Pimental; juniors, Melanie Collazos, Riley Cox, Corney Luna, Jacob Mitchell, Emely Ramirez; and seniors, Jenny Hardaway, Estefania Morales, Erick Quiroz and Neftali Vargas.

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