LEXINGTON: NOAH COLE
Athletics: First-team all-district offensive lineman in football as a senior. Two-time first-team all-conference in wrestling. Varsity track.
Academics: Scored 30 on the ACT. Grade point average of 4.0. Valedictorian. National Honor Society. Oklahoma Honor Society. Oklahoma Indian Honor Society. Distinguished Scholar Scholarhip at OU. Oklahoma City All-Sports Association scholarship.
Activities: Senior class president. Spanish Club president. Tribal Council president. Student council sergeant at arms. Show choir secretary. Theater.
Quote: “He is an intelligent, honest and punctual young man with a bright future.” — Burse Dills, guidance director
College choice: Oklahoma
Also nominated: None
LUTHER: SETH STIVERS
Athletics: Second-team Little All-City and honorable mention All-State in football as a senior. Honorable mention All-State in baseball as a junior. Varsity basketball for two years.
Academics: Grade point average of 4.0. Ranked at the top of his class. National Honor Society. Oklahoma Honor Society.
Activities: Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Student council. Gear Up spokesman. Habitat for Humanity.
Quote: “His communication and interpersonal skills make him well-liked by students and staff alike. His future is very bright, and I look forward to seeing just how far he will go.” — Angie Cox, counselor
College choice: Undecided
Also nominated: Kaily Anderson, Carly Wilson
McLOUD: JOSEPH WOOD
Athletics: Second-team Little All-City and honorable mention All-State in football as a senior. Honorable mention Little All-City as a junior. All-district in soccer. Varsity basketball for four years.
Academics: Grade point average of 3.9. Ranked in the top 5 percent of his class. Scored 25 on the ACT. National Honor Society. Oklahoma Honor Society. National Football Foundation scholarship.
Activities: Senior class president. Student council president. McLoud School Board student advisor. BancFirst student board of directors.
Quote: “I truly believe that this society needs more young adults like Joe Wood.” — Joshua Laney, basketball coach
College choice: Oklahoma State
Also nominated: Ashley Boyer, Jordan Murphy
MIDWEST CITY: BEAU BUTLER
Athletics: All-district and all-conference in football as a senior. Varsity baseball for four years. Will play football and baseball for Wesleyan (Conn.) University.
Academics: Weighted grade point average of 4.3. Ranked in the top 1 percent of his class. Valedictorian. Scored 28 on the ACT. Oklahoma Honor Society.
Activities: Key Club. German Club.
Quote: “Beau is a natural leader. He listens to the thoughts of others and takes into account their opinion ... He understands that a leader leads by example in word and deed.” — Kelly Collins, counselor
College choice: Wesleyan (Conn.) University
Also nominated: Tashawnya Edwards, Connor Kinsey
MINCO: JACOB OVERTON
Athletics: Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State in football. Two-time first-team Little All-City. Oklahoman second-team All-State as a senior, honorable mention All-State as a junior. Varsity baseball and basketball. Will play football at Oklahoma Baptist.
Academics: Scored 29 on the ACT. Weighted grade point average of 4.1. National Honor Society president.
Activities: Student council president. Future Farmers of America president. Family, Career and Community Leaders of America chaplain. Fellowship of Christian Athletes leader.
Quote: “I feel privileged to have Jacob walking our halls and representing Minco High School.” — Clint Shirley, principal
College choice: Oklahoma Baptist
Also nominated: None
MOUNT ST. MARY: RACHEL NGO
Athletics: Three-year state qualifier in swimming, three-year in tennis and one-year in track. Honorable mention All-City in swimming and tennis as a junior.
Academics: Scored 33 on the ACT. Weighted grade point average of 4.6. National Honor Society. Spanish Honor Society tresurer.
Activities: Pianist at St. Andrew Dung-Lac Catholic Church. Asian Club president. Literary Magazine treasurer. Environmental Club secretary. Youth Leadership Oklahoma.
Quote: “While she was the first swimmer in the history of our school to qualify for the state championships, it was her leadership that stole the show.” — John Keilty, athletic director
College choice: Undecided
Also nominated: Andrew Huffine, Katie Wipfli
MUSTANG: PAIGE KETCH
Athletics: Three-time offensive player of the year on the volleyball team, one-time defensive player of the year. State qualifier in track and field.
Academics: Grade point average of 3.8. Ranked in the top 15 percent of her class. National Honor Society.
Activities: Mustang Prevention & Coalition Team secretary. Every 15 Minutes co-coordinator. Integris Canadian Valley Hospital Student Governing Board. Relay for Life team captain. Student council. SADD/DARE Club student representative.
Quote: “As a leader on and off the courts, Paige works to help anyone in need.” Alecia Day, English and leadership teacher
College choice: Southwestern Oklahoma State
Also nominated: Tanner Robertson
NORMAN NORTH: ANDREA RODRIGUEZ-SANCHEZ
Athletics: Honorable mention All-City swimming in the 100 free as a senior. Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State. Eight top-10 finishes at state during her career.
Academics: Grade point average of 3.9. Ranked in the top 10 percent of her class. Scored 26 on the ACT. National Honor Society.
Activities: OU Precollegiate Program for Chemistry. GEMS Club. Norman Youth Council member. OU Medical Center and Habitat for Humanity volunteer.
Quote: “Andrea has alwasy been a very vocal student who is willing to make friends with anyone in class.” Kevin Warren, science teacher
College choice: Vermont
Also nominated: W.A. White