St. Regis celebrates Senior Night

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St. Regis Senior Night was on Oct. 17 and players were escorted by family members. Pictured, left to right, are Emma Hill and her parents Devin and Tina; J.D. Booker, with Jim and Donna Booker; and McKenzie Stortz with Amy Stortz and her sisters. (Photo courtesy of St. Regis Fan Club)

St. Regis held Senior Night during the Oct. 17 volleyball match against Noxon. Three seniors were escorted onto the floor that evening — McKenzie Stortz and Emma Hill for volleyball, and J.D. Booker for football.

McKenzie Stortz, a three-year varsity player, plans to attend Boise State University and will major in nursing. Her advice to future players is to think of their teammates as family, “play your hardest and enjoy the time you have on the court.”

She was escorted by her mother, Amy Stortz, and her two sisters.

EMMAHILL, a four-year varsity player and team captain, plans to attend Montana State University to major in agricultural education. She was escorted by her parents, Devin and Tina Hill. Emma thanked her parents and siblings for always knowing what to say to pick her up and for supplying her with unconditional love. She also thanked her close friends, Kylee, Ashley and Madison and her teammates, “I’m going to miss all of you so much next year. Keep working hard,” she said.

J.D. Booker, a four-year varsity football player, has attended St. Regis School from kindergarten through his senior year. He was escorted by his dad, Jim, and “Nan” Donna Booker.

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