Senior Q&A: LAST NAMES K – L
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Senior Q&A: LAST NAMES K – L

Kaleb Keys
Kaleb Keys

Kaleb Keys

Q: What is one word you would use to describe your senior year?

A: “Okay.”

 

Q: What are you going to miss most about Delta?

A: “The atmosphere. There’s not many places that are like Delta, you know. Just the friendliness of the people, teachers, faculty, there’s nothing like it.”

 

Q: What piece of advice would you give to underclassmen?

A: “Put the effort in. It’s only four years of your life, it’s not much.”

 

Q: What are your plans as far as college, trade school, military, or going straight into the workforce?

A: “I am going to Ivy Tech to study aviation maintenance technology.”

Kevin Keys
Kevin Keys

Kevin Keys

Q: What was your favorite year during high school?

A:  “Junior year. It was the least stressful.”

 

Q: What life skills has HS taught you?

A: “There’ll be ups and downs, but stay with it and learn time management and you’ll be fine.”

 

Q: What piece of advice would you give to underclassmen?

A: “Put the effort in. It’s only four years of your life, it’s not much.”

 

Q: What are your plans as far as college, trade school, military, or going straight into the workforce?

A: “I’m going to go to college, and then to med school. I want to be a psychiatrist.”

Carter King
Carter King

Carter King 

Q: What was your best sports moment at DHS?

A: “My sophomore year we played Wapahani, and the Wapahani team went to go and take over the batting cages. Me and the other PO’s (me, Tyson Shaw and Kade Oliver) went into the batting cage before they could.”

 

Q: What advice would you give to underclassmen or incoming freshmen?

A: “It goes by fast. Enjoy it while you can.”

 

Q: Future Plans?

A: “I’m going to Marian University to play baseball.

Aidan Kissick
Aidan Kissick

Aidan Kissick

Q: Funniest HS Moment?

 A: “Last semester in Econ [Economics] when Evan Conley took over the projector and we all played Among Us in class.”

 

Q: What life skills has HS taught you?

A: “I definitely learned how to manage my time well and pay attention.”

 

Q: Future plans?

 A: “I’m enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. I’m going to go to the Marine Corps and serve my country.”

Lily Klinger
Lily Klinger

Lily Klinger 

Q: What’s one word that you’d use to describe this year and why?

A: Crazy, because nothing has really been the same, and we’ve had to adapt to a bunch of out of the ordinary things.

 

Q: Favorite teacher and why?

A: Definitely Mrs. Blakely, because she makes learning really fun and she’s super interactive with her students and helps whenever you need it. 

 

Q: Future plans?

A: I think I’m going to go to college in Texas to study journalism and media. 

Adriana Kublnick
Adriana Kublnick

Adriana Kublnick 

Q: How have you changed throughout high school?

A: “I’ve taken school a lot more seriously.”

 

Q: What’s one word you would use to describe this year and why?

A: “Chaotic, because we never know if we’re going to be in school or online, and teachers go missing for weeks at a time, and so do students.”

 

Q: Future plans?

A: “I’m going to go to Ivy Tech for two years, and then transfer to IU, hopefully, and major in legal studies.” 

Taylor Lambertson
Taylor Lambertson

Taylor Lambertson

Q: What advice would you give to underclassmen/ incoming freshman?

A: “Don’t procrastinate.”

 

Q: What class has had the biggest impact on you and why?

A: “Chemistry because it’s the subject I enjoy the most, and I might go into that field.”

 

Q: Future Plans?

A: “I’m going to go to Ball State, and I don’t know what for yet.”

Ethan Lechien
Ethan Lechien

Ethan Lechien

Q: What has been the biggest change from your freshman to senior year? 

 A: “Not having lockers.”

 

Q: What class has been the most beneficial to you and why? 

A: “US Government, because it teaches you how the government works.”

 

Q: What are your future plans? 

A: “My current plans are to go into the military.” 

Hayden Licht
Hayden Licht

Hayden Licht

Q: Best sports moment at DHS?

A: “When we won [wrestling] sectionals my junior year. It was really close and a really good moment.”

 

Q:What was your favorite class? Why?

A: “Ag[riculture] Power because we were always making stuff, building stuff, welding, and going outside.”

 

Q: What are your future plans? 

A: “Go into the workforce. I’m probably going to be a carpenter.” 

Kadance Logan
Kadance Logan

Kadance Logan 

Q: What’s your best moment ever in a sport? Explain the details.

“Playing in a [softball] tournament, we were in the losers’ bracket and made it all the way to the top and won first.”

 

Q:What was your favorite year from high school and why? 

A: “Senior year, because we have a bunch of memories from this year because we’ve done so much.”

Mario Lopez
Mario Lopez

Mario Lopez 

Q: What was your favorite year of high school?

A: “I would say my favorite year was sophomore year, because I was kind of childish and kind of matured, and so it evened out. It was just a great year because I was a lot closer to the seniors that year and they made everything better.”

 

Q:What was your favorite moment ever in a sport?

A: “My favorite sports moment was winning the conference bell in soccer back to back, and defeating Greenfield Central for it.”

 

Q: What piece of advice would you give to underclassmen or freshmen?

A: “The advice I would give to underclassmen or incoming freshmen is to just enjoy it while you can because by the end of high school, that’s when our lives have changed forever and you will regret not doing the things you wanted to do. Bad decisions make great stories, so just have fun but don’t let that distract you from school as well.”  

 

Q:What are your college plans?

A: “Currently, I haven’t decided where I want to go to college or what I want to do”

May 4, 2021

About Author

Zach Gullion Zach Gullion is a second-year newspaper student and a sophomore at Delta. He plays baseball for Indiana Primetime and Delta, and he enjoys watching the Cincinnati Reds. He also enjoys doing DIY projects, playing spikeball, watching “Friends,” and eating Hot Pockets.


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