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Elsberry High School

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Dance Team has opportunity to perform at College Bowl game


2016-2017 Elsberry High School Dance Team: Coach Khristta Cooper, Lauryn Eberhart, Chelsea Toeniskoetter, Emily Braden, Sami Mooney, Josie Horne and Coach Holly Duvall.

The Elsberry High School Dance Team earned an opportunity to perform in the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl in Orlando, FL on Dec. 31.

Lauryn Eberhart and Josie Horne earned the All-American Team recognition during the UDA Home Camp that was held July 25-26 at Elsberry High School. That recognition meant that the entire squard would be able to perform at the Citrus Bowl.
Squad members will travel as a team to Orlando for a week of rehearsals dedicated to preparing them for their Citrus Bowl pre-game performance.

The game will be televised on ABC.

The squad is currently fundraising to help pay for the trip. They are looking for donations for shirt sponsorships and have also created a Go Fund Me page.

Anyone that would like to be a sponsor can contact Holly Duvall (636) 577-3144 or Khristta Cooper (314) 566-0642.

IndianHawks dominate in win over Colonels

Senior quarterback Stephen Talbert relied on his feet more than his arm and the defense was swarming in a 64-0 victory for Clopton-Elsberry (2-0) over Missouri Military Academy (0-2) on Friday, Aug. 26.  Talbert ran for 171 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries in the contest.


As a team, the IndianHawks ran for 270 yards on 32 attempts, good for a 8.4 average per rush.  The passing was seldom used during the game, with junior receiver Blake Kendall leading the way with five receptions for 42 yards and a score.  “Our offensive attack was more rushing this week, when in week one it was more passing,” Head Coach Mike Scheibel said. “But we like to air it out.”  The defense was a brick wall, racking up 14 tackles for loss, five fumble recoveries and an interception.


Senior Donovan Guccione had nine tackles (eight solo) and four tackles for loss, senior outside linebacker Collin Locklard had nine tackles (seven solo) and two tackles for loss.  Senior defensive end Paul Brickey and sophomore defensive end/ outside linebacker Trevor Anthony each had two tackles for loss. Anthony added two fumble recoveries and two touchdowns.   Our defense is playing day and night better than last year,” Scheibel said.  The quick start to the year isn’t the end goal for this team.


“We are staying focused by making sure that we know we haven’t really accomplished anything yet,” Scheibel said. “The boys have taken well to it and are still hungry to prove themselves. Having 10 seniors can do that for you.”  The IndianHawks look to keep rolling against Bowling Green on at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2, on the road.

(Article courtesy of the Louisiana Press-Journal)



The Class of 2016 finally embraced the day they have been waiting for since starting school in 2003, high school graduation!

Fifty-four students walked across the stage on Sunday afternoon at commencement exercises in front of family members and friends to receive their diplomas.  Graduates walked into the gym with the traditional playing of Pomp and Circumstance performed by the Elsberry High School Band.

After the viewing of the senior video produced by senior class members, the choir sang “Lean on Me” by Bill Withers and Roger Emerson.

All those in attendance were welcomed by Dr. Tim Reller, Superintendent of Schools, followed by the Senior Address by Kaylee Calvin and Maggie Spratt.  Afterwards, the band entertained the crowd by playing “Festive Spirit” by Eric Osterling. Chris Koch, representing the American Legion Post #226 announced that Austin King had been chosen as the outstanding senior by the faculty at EHS.

Next, scholarships were awarded to various students by several people/organizations.  Ceremonies were finished up by High School counselor, Kara Borgsmiller who announced the top 10 academic students in the Class of 2016. 


Valedictorian was Maggie Spratt who will be attending the University of Missouri Columbia to major in Social Work.  Salutatorian was Josie Shanahan who will be attending St Charles Community College in the fall to begin a college career majoring in Dermatology.  Those two were followed by Naomi Gladney, Kaylee Calvin, Angel Henke, Paige Parker, Hanna Arne, Cory Boedeker, Robert Chambers and Alex Boedeker.  The following scholarships were awarded: Kaylee Calvin, Catherine Jeans Memorial, Lovelace Seeds, National FFA, FFA Alumni, Lincoln/Pike County Cattleman’s Association, and A+; Alex Boedeker, Jillian Ann Young Memorial, Shelter Insurance, MFA, New Horizon, and Lincoln/Pike County Cattleman’s association; Nick Daly, Clark Cox Memorial, Marcella Whitehead Memorial, Elsberry Community Teachers Association, and Providence Bank; Nathan Stone, Friends of Jillian Anne Young, MO Welding Institute, MaryAnn Meives Memorial, and FFA Alumni; Naomi Gladney, Clarence Cannon Memorial , Marcella Whitehead Memorial, and A+;   Josie Shanahan, Lovelace/Waggoner Family, Elsberry Community Teachers Association, and Elsberry Study Club; Maggie Spratt, Dane and Carter Brooksher Family, Marcella Whitehead Memorial, and MaryAnn Meives Memorial; Adam Talbot, EHS Alumni Association, Johnny Zerrer Memorial, and FFA Alumni;  Hannah Arne, Catherine Jeans Memorial, and Friends of Elsberry Literacy; Cory Boedeker, Elsberry Alumni Association and FFA Alumni; Angel Henke, Marcella Whitehead Memorial and Dale and Carol Sherman-Sechler; Gavin Hill, Don and Eva Eastin Memorial and Academic Wildcat/Culver Stockton University; Mikayla Hoffmann, Catherine Jeans Memorial and Presidential Scholarship/William Jewell College; Colby Martin, Rosemary Shaffer Memorial Auxiliary Post 226 and Academic Hilltop/Culver Stockton University; Paige Parker, FFA Alumni and A+; Paiton Blair, Elsberry Community Teachers Association; Robert Chambers, Barnes/McGee Memorial; Rodney Chatman, Academic Wildcat/Culver Stockton University; Amy Georgie, A+; Zae Lyskoski, Jackson Automotive; Claire O’Brien, Eddie Ann Waggoner/Elsberry Pharmacy; Logan Shaw, FFA Alumni; Melissa Thomas, Elsberry Alumni Association; and Gavin Womack, Academic Wildcat/Culver Stockton University.

Members of the Class of 2016 are: Hannah Arne, Alexis Black, Paiton Blair, Alex Boedeker, Cory Boedeker, Kaylee Calvin, Cheyenne Cape, Robert Chambers, Rodney Chatman, Alyana Conrad, Jamie Cowling, Cheyenne Cunningham, Nick Daly, Dawson Dameron, Seferino Gonzalez, Amy Georgie, Naomi Gladney, Mikayla Guccione, Ashley Hellman, Angel Henke, Gavin Hill, Mikayla Hoffmann, Wayne Holland, Devin Hoskins, Keelyn Jones, Nate Kiefer, Austin King, Zae Lyskoski, Colby Martin, Jasmine McCullough, Skyla McNelly, Anthony Muzzey, Claire O’Brien, Brittany O’Brien-Wells, Paige Parker, Zach Rimel, Tre’ Robinson, Brea Rogers, Jessica Rubel, Billy Shaffer, Josie Shanahan, Logan Shaw, Marissa Sickmeier, Maggie Spratt, Danielle Stewart, Nathan Stone, Adam Talbot, Melissa Thomas, Savannah Vaughn, Joseph VomBey, Travis Webb, Jacob Werkmeister, Gavin Womack, and Dillon Zumwalt.

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