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Seniors share their favorite memories

Dominic Champion, Content Editor

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As the last few days of school tick down for Bullard seniors, it’s a good time to reflect on the past four years. These seniors shared their favorite memories of high school. 

Rebekah Robinson recalled a time when her friends decided to pull a small prank on her. “During band two years ago, we were cleaning out our music lockers, and there ended up being a bunch of pom poms in there from the last football season. The pom poms have pointy sticks. The sticks were sticking upward in the trash cans, and my friends picked me up and dropped me into it.”

Taylor DeSutter’s favorite memory was when there was a flash mob “freshman year. The cheerleaders did a flash mob in the old school quad.”

Melissa Santiago remembered a party she had in Spanish class: “Someone brought a piñata, so we set it up and borrowed a broom from the janitor and starting hitting the piñata. And afterwards someone put their head in the piñata and was running around with it. We then ordered pizza, played soccer and ate candy. A VP walked by and looked at us like we were crazy. And we made up a whole lesson about the piñata, which was a total lie, but he believed us.”

Savannah Hensley’s memory was of last fall’s homecoming skit: “Senior year homecoming, because of the practice and being with all my friends and the final performance.”

Katie Posey talked about how she met her best friend “during P.E. I tried to show off playing volleyball, but my foot slipped, and I ended up falling flat on my face. I ended up meeting my best friend.”

Justin Martin’s memory is another recent one, related to his final game in basketball, a playoff loss: “It was a packed house for the game, and it’s the furthest I’ve gotten for basketball.”

Michael Tucker had a more cynical twist with his memory: “Waking up each morning realizing my time here is almost done.”

High school is the perfect time to go out and make new memories and friends. As another year goes by, make sure to make the most of your time here.

Graduation will be held at 4 p.m. June 5 at the SaveMart Center.

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