Skip to main content

Borden top graduates announced

May 23, 2012

Borden County High announces top graduates

GAIL — Shayli Boles and Austin Fields have been named the top graduates for the Borden County High School Class of 2012.
Boles, daughter of Scott and Sheri Boles of Lamesa, is class valedictorian. She is a member of the National Beta Club and is a Distinguished Achievement graduate. Also, she completed 30 hours of dual credit college classes through Western Texas College of Snyder during her high school career.
She has been active in the local Future Farmers of America chapter and was a member of the state-qualifying skills team. She also participated in stock shows through the Dawson County 4-H Club.
In high school, Boles was a regional qualifier in tennis and a member of the cross-country team, as well as being a class officer and voted as “most likely to succeed” by the student body.
She will attend the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University and major in marketing.
Fields, the son of John David and Sonja Fields of Post, is BCHS class salutatorian. He also is a member of the National Beta Club, is a Distinguished Achievement gradate and has completed more than 30 hours of dual credit college classes through WTC.
He was a regional qualifier for two years in University Interscholastic League academic competition and was a member of the football, cross-country, track, golf and baseball teams. In addition, he was a class officer all four years in high school.
Fields plans to attend Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene.
Commencement for the BCHS Class of 2012 will be at 7 p.m. Friday in the school auditorium.
Members of the Borden County High School Class of 2012 are:
Raegan Belongia; Shaylie Boles; Luke Burkett; Stefanie Cooley; Austin Fields; Seleste Herridge; Aubree Lester; Quinton Shafer; Chance Taylor; Collin Telchik; Dalton Thuett; and Austin Tyler

Contact Staff Writer Steve Reagan at 263-7331 ext. 235 or by e-mail at reporter@bigspringherald.com

Erin Pollard and Julianna Rodriguez collected more than a few accolades for their prowess on the...
The Coahoma Bulldogs might want to petition AT&T for a sponsorship package after their...
It probably wouldn’t surprise anyone if the Grape Creek Lady Eagles had decided to purchase Kasey...

 

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes