Vale Viking seniors get set to graduate

From left, Vale High School’s class of 2019 includes (front row) Miranda Raven, Christabel Buetow, Tiana Allen, Brooklyn Phillips, Isabella Sigrah, Grace Jacobs, Jennifer Paz, Flavia Bruton, Tatyana Gomez, Cristal Reza and Alexis Schaffeld; (second row) Martin Ramirez, Victoria VanWinkle, Lilly Asendorf, Kimberly Alonso, Jessica Sanders, Isabel Lastiri, Gabrielle Ruckman, Baylee Tolman and Erika Park; (third row) Oscar Bahena, Isael Lopez, Jacob Aldred, Ricardo Leyva, Marco Ramirez, Sydnee Thomas, Morgan Harrison, Kyla Wright, Deyra Castro and Nicole Zacharias; (fourth row) Christian Ponce, Japheth Carlson, Luis Diaz, Kade Haueter, Trevor Romans, Tanner Hamilton, Beau Belnap, Clay Siddoway and Troy Taylor; (fifth row) Grant Johnson, Jeremy Eucker, Dakota Tolman, Jacob Hyde, Michael Niles, Mason Recla and Jacob Fulwyler.  Not pictured: Dillon Anzaldua, Noah Bennett, Joseph Bentz, Fernando Cazales, David Dean, Kirsten Ellis, Andrew Harmon, Alejandro Juarez-Gonzalez, Breyden Lande, Colby Payne, Marisa Post, Ryan Trenkel and Lucas Villastrigo. (Submitted photo)

VALE – This Sunday, senior Vikings will claim their diplomas at Vale High School. 

The ceremonies begin at 3 p.m. at the school.

Leading the class are three valedictorians:

• Japheth Carlson, son of David Carlson and Kay Carlson, has been a state champion in robotics and FBLA, was active in Science Club, and participated in cross country and tennis, attaining district and state tournament honors. He also is an Eagle Scout.

He plans to attend Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, and study math and physics toward a degree in applied mathematics.

Japheth Carlson, valedictorian. (Submitted photo)

• Isabel Lastiri has held offices in the Science Club, FBLA, Associated Student Body, and was president of the National Honor Society and a Chief Science Officers international delegate for Oregon. 

Daughter of Frank Lastiri and Maria Lastiri, she plans to attend College of Idaho on academic scholarships and graduate early in biology. After that she intends to earn a doctor of pharmacy degree, and hopes to spend her residency with the humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders.

Isabel Lastiri, valedictorian. (Submitted photo)

• Isabella Sigrah, daughter of John and Andrea Sigrah, has been involved in FFA, National Honor Society, Class Board, and played varsity softball. 

She plans to attend Boise State University in the radiology program, with a major in health sciences.

Isabella Sigrah, valedictorian. (Submitted photo)

• The class salutatorian is Morgan Harrison, daughter of Shad and Treva Harrison. She has been active in cheerleading, track and field, FBLA and National Honor Society.  

She plans to attend College of Idaho on a track and field scholarship and study pre-medicine and health sciences.

Morgan Harrison, salutatorian. (Submitted photo)

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