Talent Flows at Talent Show

Derek Pivnick

Panther Print staff

More than 250 people showed up for two dozen performances as the Class of 2014 Sophomore Board produced this year’s MHS talent show last Friday.

Students took the auditorium stage to showcase to the crowd their talents and vie for a $50 first prize. Singers, dancers, musicians and one hibachi chef comprised the night’s talented fare.

Sade Crosby, a sophomore, took first prize for singing “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen. Another sophomore, Jer’Marcus Cook, took second prize for his rendition of Beyonce’s “1 + 1.” Monica Hughes, a junior, got third prize for her dancing to the song “Only Girl in the World” by Boyce Avenue.

The other contestants included: Dustin Morris; William Harris; Hunner Kilgore; Christine Gomez; Kayla Lewis; John Muok; Ramon Tinsley; Neko Marshall and Darin Carr; Anthony Reyes and Chad Herston; Chris Spears; Kody Michael; Raymond Burch; William Cardenas; John enberg; Ki Jana Allen and Quint Galloway; Alicia Hall; Dylan Clark and Katie Smith; Joseph Billen; Braden Porter-Dees and Haley Jordan; Deanna Parker; and Chandler Daggs.

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