L-FL names Doggers of the Quarter

LINGLE – Lingle-Ft. Laramie High School recognizes junior Sierra Spears and sophomore Rayden Alonzo as “Doggers of the Quarter” for the third quarter of the 2016-17 school year.  
Doggers of the Quarter are selected by the L-FL faculty based upon their extraordinary work ethic, extracurricular involvement, and leadership. Both of these students provide strong leadership in multiple areas, setting a high standard for all Lingle-Ft. Laramie students. They devote the time it takes to be strong academically and balance that with a full schedule of extra-curricular activities.
Sierra Spears, daughter of Roger and Sheryl Spears, has been chosen as the female Dogger of the Quarter. Sierra is an extremely involved student with many talents. Her school activities include: Drama, art, National Honor Society and volleyball.
Outside of school, she participates in Cosplay Competitions and she volunteers at the zoo in Scottsbluff, Neb. Sierra has won several State Art Symposium awards and has received numerous accolades at the State Science Fair. She was selected to attend the International Science and Engineering Fair and has been accepted into the Genius Olympiad.
Sierra’s hobbies include drawing, writing, Cosplaying, hanging out with her cat, and eating. After high school, she looks forward to traveling. Sierra would like to thank her friend, Regan Walford, for keeping her “mostly sane,” her parents for allowing her the opportunity to do the things she loves, and her cat for “always being there.”
Rayden Alonzo, son of Marilyn and Brett Smith, was chosen as the male Dogger of the Quarter. Rayden is involved in a multitude of L-FL school activities, including track, FBLA, Students Council, football and hopefully FFA next year.
Rayden has a great sense of humor and gets along well with all of his peers. Outside of school, he likes to hang out with friends and have fun. After high school, Rayden plans to become a
history teacher.
His humorous personality shined brightly when asked who he would like to thank for helping him become the student he is today. He grinned and replied, “T-Wags (Taylor Wagner), my mother, father, uncle, aunt, great-aunt, great-uncle, grandpa, my other grandpa, great-grandpa, great-grandma, great-great-grandma, and great-great-grandpa.”


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