Top Ten' named at Warrensburg High

WARRENSBURG - The top-achieving seniors at Warrensburg High School were announced this week by Principal Douglas Duell.

The Top Ten students of the Class of 2009 are Nicole Newell, Erika Gundel, Teagan Rafferty, Dakota Fuller, Callee Baker, Justin Sabattis, Davida Paniccia, Casey Combs, Katarina Edwards and Noah Davis.

Nicole Newell is the daughter of Shane and Diane Newell of Warrensburg. Nicole is vice president of the National Honor Society, a member of Junior State of America, and the Drama Club. She is president of the school chorus and has participated in NYSMA and CASMA regional music competitions. Nicole has served as a peer leader and a peer mentor during her school career. She is an accomplished dancer and gymnast. She is also a member of the choir at her church. Nicole will attend Skidmore College, and she plans to major in Liberal Arts.

Erika Gundel is the daughter of Erik and Lisa Gundel of Warrensburg. Erika is secretary of the National Honor Society, in the Drama Club, and serves on the yearbook staff. She was a peer mentor and peer leader. Erika has played field hockey all through high school. She is currently the Student Council treasurer. Erika will attend Siena College this fall, majoring in Biology.

Teagan Rafferty is the daughter of Stephen and Starr Rafferty of Warrensburg. Teagan is a member of the National Honor Society, Junior State of America, and the Home Economics Club. She was the secretary of her Junior class. Teagan is an avid soccer player but has also played softball, tennis, and basketball. Teagan will attend Adirondack Community College, on scholarship, majoring in Mathematics.

Dakota Fuller is the son of Wayne Fuller and Andrea Hayes of Warrensburg. Dakota is the treasurer of the National Honor Society, has been a peer leader and a peer mentor. He is in the school band and Home Economics Club. Dakota has also been the scorekeeper of several sports teams. Dakota will attend Adirondack Community College on scholarship next school year, majoring in Science.

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