2018 Most Valuable Redskin Assembly

2018 Most Valuable Redskin Assembly
Posted on 03/22/2018

Congratulations to Delainy Seccurro on being selected the 2018 Most Valuable Redskin! 

Delainy at MVR Win

Congratulations to all of the candidates on being selected for this achievement! 

2018 MVR Candidates on Stage

Most Valuable Redskin Candidate Biographies: 

Jenna Adams
Jenna Adams at MVR
Jenna Adams is the daughter of Nick and Jill Adams. She has one twin sister, Lauren, a senior at Hurricane High School.
Jenna is the Vice President of National Honor Society, Student Body Publicity Chair, Director of Leadership of DECA, an AP Scholar, and an active member in Mu Alpha Theta, Link Crew, FSEA, Chem Club, and Key Club. She served as the captain of the girls’ soccer team in 2017 and has been a player on the varsity team all four years. In her free time, Jenna enjoys spending time with her friends and family, reading, and binge-watching Netflix shows.
Jenna plans to attend West Virginia University to study biomedical engineering, where she hopes to design new medical imaging systems.

Kyle Casto
Kyle Casto at MVR
Kyle is the son of Mark and Tonya Casto. He has one younger sister, Lauren, a student at Hurricane Middle School. He also has a golden retriever named Duke.
Kyle is the President of Mu Alpha Theta and Future Scientists and Engineers of America, the Vice President of Red Hot Show Choir, the Historian of National Honor Society, and is a member of Rocket Club, Key Club, and the Math Field Day team. He has been on the cross country and track teams all four years of high school. He is a three-year member of Red Hot Show Choir and the West Virginia All-State Chorus. He has been an officer in FCA and a member of the swim team.
Kyle enjoys show choir, running, hiking, fishing, camping, learning, and performing questionable science experiments in his front yard. He is an active member of River Ridge Church, where he works in the toddler nursery and leads student worship.
Kyle plans to study aerospace engineering in college, although he is undecided on what university he will attend.

Chandler Lewis Kelley
Chandler Kelley at MVR
Chandler is the son of Dallas and Michelle Kelley. He has one older sister, Morgan Ruley. Morgan is married to Colton and is working on her masters at Marshall University in Healthcare Administration.
Chandler has held an office on Student Council for the past three years and is a member of National Honor Society. He is also an active member of DECA, Young Leaders of America, and is a four year letterman on the varsity baseball team. Chandler enjoys fishing, working out, spending time with his friends, and Fortnite.
Outside of school, Chandler is a member of Chestnut Grove Baptist Church, Guyan Golf and Country Club, and Snap Fitness.
Chandler plans on attending Marshall University, majoring in Business Administration, and playing baseball for the Thundering Herd.

Cameron Lee Patterson
Cam Patterson at MVR
Cameron Patterson is the son of Shawn and Renee Patterson. He has two younger sisters, Emma, an 8th grader at Hurricane Middle, and three year old Lillian.
Cameron Patterson is the Student Body President, President of National Honors Society, President of Students Against Destructive Decisions, Commissioner of Link Crew, Secretary of Fuel Up to Play 60, Treasurer of International Club, Publicity Chair for Teenage Republicans, and is an active member in Key Club, Chem Club, Mu Alpha Theta, and DECA.
Cameron has been a part of the football and baseball teams at Hurricane High School for the past four years. When not playing a sport, Cameron is a very dedicated CRAZY CANE member and enjoys cheering on and supporting all Hurricane High events. Cameron enjoys skiing, hanging out with the boys on Saturday, and watching Netflix.
Being involved in the community and giving back is important to Cameron. He has participated in local food drives, clean-up days, and volunteers his time tutoring in math.
Cameron has received congressional nominations for West Point and his application is in the admission process for the United States Military Academy. If offered an appointment, he will gladly accept and pursue an engineering degree and then serve in the US Army. As another option, Cameron has been accepted into the Honors program at West Virginia University and will pursue a degree in Civil Engineering.

Delainy Seccurro
Delainy Seccurro at MVR
Delainy Seccurro is the daughter of Bruce and Eva Seccurro. She has one older brother, Drake, a medical student at the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, and an older sister, Daria, a junior exercise physiology/biology major at West Virginia Wesleyan College.
Delainy has been involved in numerous activities throughout her years at Hurricane High School. She serves as an officer and an active member of Student Council, National Honor Society, and is currently Miss Hurricane. Delainy has also been involved in Link Crew, GSA, SADD Club, Key Club, Ski Club, Prom Committee, HHS cross country, and track and field.
Delainy has earned the PROMISE Scholarship, the Marshall University Intercultural Scholarship, and the MU Presidential Scholarship. She has served as an Anti- Drug Student Ambassador in Washington, DC and is a member of the Drug-Free America Foundation and Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.
In addition, Delainy is an Autism Mentor and volunteers with Special Olympics, Susan G. Komen, Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation, and most recently Feeding NYC, which has fed over 35,000 families.
Delainy’s hope in life is to help unravel the mystery of autism. She plans to attend Marshall University and specialize in an autism program and one day own her own autism center.
Delainy would like to thank her peers for allowing her this opportunity.

Jackson Daniel Snavely
Jackson Snavely at MVR
Jackson is the son of Daniel and Pleshette Snavely. He has one older brother, James, a student at West Virginia Wesleyan University, an older sister, Kennedy, a student at Marshall University, and a younger sister, Rileigh, a student at Hurricane High School.
Jackson is an active member in soccer, National Honor Society, DECA, Link Crew, TARS, and track. Jackson enjoys pick-up sports, video games, and Saturdays. Jackson is a member of the First Baptist Church of Hurricane and serves as the Director of Hospitality for West Virginia DECA.
Jackson plans to attend the University of South Carolina, majoring in Computer Science and, upon graduating, entering the tech industry.

Sarah Westfall

Sarah Westfall at MVR
Sarah Westfall is the daughter of Todd Westfall and Traci and Gene Brown. She has two older brothers, David and Josh, students at WVU and Marshall University, and a younger sister Blake.
Sarah is Senior Class President, Secretary of National Honor Society and Students Against Destructive Decisions, teen representative for the Putnam Wellness Coalition organization, and she is a member of Key Club, Chem Club, and International Club. Sarah also is a member of the cross country, basketball, and track teams. She enjoys hiking, hunting, cooking, and dancing and singing to Disney movies with her sister.
Sarah is member of the Forrest Burdette youth group and loves to help tutor and babysit kids.
Sarah plans to attend West Virginia University, majoring in Biomedical Engineering before pursuing medical school to become an undecided type of doctor specializing in pediatrics.