Most Valuable Redskin Candidates

Most Valuable Redskin Candidates
Posted on 03/30/2017
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Rosheka Amanda Beckford

Rosheka Beckford is the daughter of Roger and Melissa Beckford and the eldest granddaughter of Don and Susan Stiles. She is the older sister of Melia, a student at Hurricane Middle and Bree, a student at West Teays Elementary.

Rosheka Beckford is a member of the National Honors Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Student Council, the soccer team, international club, Link Crew, and Key Club. She enjoys a good book, a crime show and spending time with friends and family.

Outside of school Rosheka is a member of Huntington Mall's Fashion Advisory Board. She is also a barista at Books and Brews on Main Street.

Rosheka Beckford will be attending Marshall University in the fall and majoring in athletic training. Upon graduation she will attend medical school to become a physician in sports medicine.
 

Lucas Cooper
Lucas Cooper is the son of Harold and Theresa Cooper. He has five brothers, Kyle, an assistant football coach at the University of Connecticut, Cameron, a financial consultant for Ernst & Young, Zach a senior at Robert Morris University, Matt, a sophomore at Syracuse University, and Jacob, a sophomore at Hurricane High School.
 
Lucas is an active member of National Honor Society, Link Crew, and International Club. He was also president of the DECA chapter, and was captain of the football team. Lucas enjoys spending time with friends and   family, and going to the gym to work out.
 
Lucas also enjoys participating in various community service activities, such as the fight against hunger, reading to elementary school students, and donating Oreos to soldier’s overseas.
 
Lucas plans to attend Ohio Wesleyan University in the fall, where he will major in Business Administration, as well as continue his football career.
 

Brittani Carol Greene
Brittani Greene is the daughter of Benjamin and Leslie Greene.   Brittani has two younger sisters, Caylee, who is a sophomore, and Braylee, who is 8 months old. She also has a younger brother, Benjie, who is a freshman.
 
Brittani is an active member of National Honor Society, Mu Alpha    Theta, Link Crew, international club, and Vice President of Key Club. She is a four-year member of the track team, and a three-year member of the cross-country team. Brittani enjoys running, hanging out with her friends, and spending time with her family.
 
Brittani is a member of the St. John United Methodist youth group, and Teays Valley Track Club.
 
Brittani will be attending West Virginia Wesleyan College, majoring in biology and, upon graduation, working in Pediatric Medicine.
 

Chloe Rachel Sergent
Chloe Rachel Sergent is the daughter of Chris and Jill Sergent. Chloe has a   younger sister Hattie, a freshman at Hurricane High.

Chloe is a member of Beta Club, Key Club, National Honor Society, Science    National Honor Society, Link Crew, and Youth Leadership Association. She is vice president of the Gay-Straight Alliance. Chloe played in the Red Hot Show Choir band for three years and played in Hurricane High School’s Marching Band during her senior year.

Since age 12 Chloe has been an avid fiddle player and violinist. She has placed in various fiddle competitions, including the 2014 and 2015 Vandalia Gathering, and The Ed Haley Fiddle Contest in Ashland, KY. She plays with Cathy Grant’s fiddle group, Fiddlers Galore in St. Albans, WV.  Chloe is also a member of the Huntington Mall’s Fashion Advisory Board where she volunteers in various community events. 

Chloe was honored to attend The Governor’s School for the Arts at West Virginia Wesleyan College in 2015 and the Governor’s Honors Academy at Fairmont State University in 2016.  Chloe lives on Bona Vita Horse Farm and has been interested in horsemanship since she was a young girl. She is a member of the American Competitive Trail Horse Association. Chloe also enjoys advocating civil rights and is a member of The Human Rights Campaign. In her spare time Chloe enjoys reading, writing, and playing her violin for community events.

Chloe will attend West Virginia Wesleyan College this fall. She plans to major in English Education, and minor in Music. She eventually hopes to obtain a doctorate degree and become a college professor. She will play fiddle with Wesleyan’s jazz ensemble and their newly-formed Old Time group. She also plans to play percussion in their marching band and take part in their WE LEAD Peer Council.
 

Joseph Michael Sullivan
Joseph Michael Sullivan is the son of Michael and Rebecca Sullivan. He has an older brother, Evan, a petroleum engineer in Houston and an older sister, Lauren, who is a writer out of New York.
 
Joseph is the president of FSEA and an officer in Student Council, Environmental Club, Chem Club, and Key Club. Joseph has played varsity tennis for Hurricane the previous three years, winning two regional championships during his time under coach Ragle. Joseph enjoys magnets, working out, tear-away pants, basketball, learning, adding unnecessary items to lists, and making people laugh.
 
Joseph also likes working on projects, creating videos, and acquiring new skills outside of school. He is also unapologetic for rapping obnoxiously loud whilst driving.
 
Joseph plans to attend West Virginia University, majoring in mechanical engineering, and upon graduation, working in the space industry.
 

Taylor Morgan Walroth
Taylor is the daughter of two former Hurricane High graduates, Tim and Lori Walroth. She has two older siblings, Christian, 25, Paige, 22, who is a graduate of Hurricane High, and a younger brother Isaac, 12, a student at Hurricane Middle School.
Taylor is a four year varsity member of the Lady Redskins’ Soccer Team. She was a runner for the Girls’ Track Team and a contributing runner for Cross Country Team. She is a member of National Honor Society, Link Crew, Student Council, International Club, Chemistry Club, FSEA, Key Club, Mu Alpha Theta, and DECA.  Taylor was elected by her peers to be Miss Hurricane 2016, and she later competed and was crowned Miss Putnam County 2016.

Outside of school, Taylor attends mass at Ascension Catholic Church in Hurricane. She is also employed as a Sales Associate at Elder Beerman. Taylor plays travel soccer for the U19 West Virginia Futbol Club. In her free time, she loves spending time with her family, as they are the driving force in all that she does. Taylor has a very special bond with her brother Christian, and he is the very reason she pushes herself to stay motivated in life and to take advantage of all that life has to offer. Christian is her inspiration and Taylor lives by the motto, “You Were Given This Life Because You Were Strong Enough to Live It”.

Taylor plans to attend West Virginia Wesleyan College, majoring in Nursing, becoming a contributing player on the Lady Bobcats’ Soccer Team, and dedicating her time doing community service as a Wesleyan Service Scholar. Nurses and medical personnel have had a direct impact on her brother’s life and are the very reason he is alive today. Taylor wants nothing more than to have that same impact on the lives of others by becoming a nurse.
 
 
Robert Daniel Webster
Robert is the son of Jon and Rumiela Webster. He has a younger brother, Ryan, who is a freshman at Hurricane High School. He has a chocolate lab named Kona.
 
Robert is a member of the Red Hot Show Choir and serves as Senior Class Vice President on Student Council. He is Vice President of the Future Scientists and Engineers Club, a member of National Honor Society, and a National Merit Finalist. He enjoys working with electronics, playing tennis, and being with his friends. He is passionate about all things music.
 
Robert is a member of the Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Nitro, WV, where he sings for the church choir. He is committed to volunteer work and to making a difference in his community.
 
Robert plans to attend West Virginia University and study either engineering or computer science. He hopes to stay in West Virginia upon graduating and support the growth of his home state.