Senior Night

With the school year nearly halfway through, seniors are being prepared for life after high school. Friday’s football game against Bowie included recognition of seniors involved in fine arts at Lamar.

As fans walked up to the ticket booth, Chick-fil-A workers passed out tickets for a prize raffle. Each person also received a card for one free breakfast item.

“It’s really interesting to see what special things the school is doing to recognize our seniors!” Lenny Ortiz said.

Lamar started off the game strong making a touchdown with under two minutes left in the first quarter, and continued the fight through halftime.

At halftime, Seniors Viqueens were escorted onto the field by their parents to be recognized. Seniors in band also had their names announced.

“My son was recognized in band and I am so, so proud of him! It makes the night really special when the school does extra cool little things like this” Ms. Turley, parent of David Turley said.

The night was made extra special with a win by the Vikes.

Transitioning from high school to college and careers may be a challenge, but Lamar has prepared our seniors for the future!


Emily Gauntt

My name is Emily Gauntt and I love writing all kinds of stories for the Lamar Scroll! I'm involved in choir and Madrigals show choir, and I love singing and dancing. I'm privileged to be the junior editor this year!! I hope to attend Baylor and go into the medical field after high school.