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And the Winner is…

January 30, 2019

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And the Winner is…

Photo courtesy of FCHS Journalism.

Photo courtesy of FCHS Journalism.

Syerra Milliman

Photo courtesy of FCHS Journalism.

Syerra Milliman

Syerra Milliman

Photo courtesy of FCHS Journalism.

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Among the highly sought-after senior privileges and activities, senior superlatives are also one of the most anticipated.

The FCHS Journalism team worked diligently this past October to come up with superlatives for the 2019 year. In an effort to not repeat several of the past superlatives, while retaining some classics like “Forever Fluco” and “Hottest Wheels,” the team looked through past FCHS yearbooks and created new categories like “The Next Bob Ross” and “Shadiest.”

Once the final list was completed, it was sent off for the class of 2019 to cast their votes. The winners were released in the fall in groups of five per week on the spirit wall and through the Journalism team’s instagram, @Flucojournalism.

Here is the official list of senior superlative winners:


Clumsiest: Brandon Lytton and Gabby Goodwin

Steve Jobs 2.0: Nick Van Tol and Samantha Bridges

Born in the Wrong Decade: Jake Lindo and Lily Dobrin

Hottest Wheels: Jack Kershner and Olivia Heide

Third Wheel: Hunter Hughes and Kayla Sacra

Longest Locks: Nate Smith and Syerra Milliman

Most Quotable: Justin Hamill and Olivia Strickland

Prettiest Eyes: Joey Fahy and Mckenzie Herring

Most Photogenic: Taileek Ashton and Jordan Winsheimer

Forever Fluco: Josh Elliot and Katie Morris

Best Dressed: Drew Pace and Caroline Haislip

Biggest Glow Up: Daori Green and Alexus Campbell

Most Likely to be on a Reality TV Show: Cameron Taylor and Madison Hughes

Future President: Jared Newman and Sadie Conner

Shadiest: Austin Breeden and Samantha Marshall

Worst Driver: Cyrus Conti and Nicole Haseltine

Laid Back: Nathan Smith and Hailey Donald

Most Likely to Never Come Back: Caleb Carney and Ashlee Pieno

Worst Case of Senioritis: Rocky Prater and Hannah Ledford

Instafamous: Jermaine Burton and Kyra Shelly

Most Liberal: Graham Newman and Bayley Leyshon

Most Conservative: Sterling Ruff and Tess McCormick

MVP: Prophett Harris and Madison Nazar

The Next Bob Ross: John Bland and Adora Gamage

BFG: Dylan Spencer and Christina Walker

Class Clown: Paul Nazari and Jordyn Palmer

Most Spirit: Kamden Shephard and Trinity Haynes

Life of the Party: Carlos Perez and Savanna Bryant

Country-Raised: Dakota McCloud and McKenzie Wills

Foodie: Eugene Chow and Kaitlin Gordon


Journalism students Madison Brown and Matt Davis will be reaching out to these seniors over the coming weeks to arrange yearbook photographs of these winners. For more information, see Journalism Adviser Mrs. Pellicane in Room 4501.

About the Contributor
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Syerra Milliman, Fluco Beat Editor

Syerra is a senior and this is her third year in Journalism. She is the editor of The Fluco Beat and a member of the BETA Club. She likes to read and...

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