HOMECOMING 2017
On October 16, All Saints kicked off a week of homecoming fun that culminated with a big win for our football team against Amarillo’s Holy Cross and the crowning of the 2017 Homecoming Queen and King.

Queen Candidates included Anna Arnett, Kate Borthwick, Natalie Chaudhuri, Sarah Going, Tatum Harper, Whitney Lawson, Lily McKay, Ava Moran, Ally Muzyka, Taylor Renfroe, Alexandra Shropshire, and Mallory Staggs. King Candidates included Joseph Bayouth, Colten Cannon, Sajan Dihenia, Austin Hickle, Raymond Rider, and Luke Stuart.

Friday’s festivities continued with a tailgate before the football game. The lines were long, but well worth the wait for a taste of former parent Monty Bowman’s famous brisket and pulled pork wraps. It sure was fun to see Headmaster Bruce Latta and his wife, Emily, along with their girls roll up their sleeves and work together to cover the concession stand during the busiest part of the night. Way to go, Lattas!

The Varsity Football team captured a big win over Amarillo’s Holy Cross Academy with a score of 48-0. In the midst of all of the excitement, the cheer and dance squads put on a great show and entertained the crowd with school spirit and Patriot Pride!

The highlight of the evening was the announcement of our 2017 Homecoming Queen, Lily McKay. Lily is the daughter of Chaplain Paige and Mike McKay.

Homecoming week concluded with a “007” themed high school dance. Near the end of the evening, Austin Hickle was crowned our 2017 Homecoming King. Austin is the son of Michele and Dr. Randy Hickle. Like Lily, Austin joined All Saints 14 years ago.

Homecoming week was a blast, and wouldn’t have been possible without the support of the Patriots, current and past, who came to participate in the fun. Thank you, All Saints community, for your continued support — we can’t wait to see you at Homecoming 2018!

Homecoming Queen Candidates

Anna Arnett is the daughter of Wendy and Dennis Arnett.  She has been at All Saints for four years, and has participated in cheer, pom, mock trial, choir, and is a member of National Honor Society.  Anna is involved in National Charity League, Lubbock Symphony Debutantes, and loves to volunteer in the community.  In the fall of 2018, Anna plans to attend the University of Oklahoma, Texas Tech University or Texas A&M and study Marketing.

 

Kate Borthwick is the daughter of Kristi and Brian Borthwick.  She has two younger sisters, Bryn and Carly.  Kate has been at All Saints since her freshman year.  She is involved in tennis, pom and is the yearbook co-editor for the second consecutive year.   Kate is a two-time TAPPS State Tennis Doubles Champion.  In her spare time, she enjoys volunteering in the community and plans to pursue a degree in Early Childhood Development.

 

Natalie Chaudhuri is the daughter of Drs. Swapna and Kallol Chaudhuri and has been at All Saints since the sixth grade.  She is Speech and Debate Team Captain, Student Council Treasurer, National Honor Society Secretary, editor of the school’s literary magazine, and founder of the high school book club.  She is also an attorney on the varsity mock trial team and plays violin in the band.  Natalie was recently recognized as a National Merit Semi-Finalist and is a two-time national qualifier in speech and debate.  She plans to pursue her love of global issues by majoring in International Relations.

Sarah Elizabeth Going is the daughter of Robin and Scott Going.  Sarah is a member of the All Saints Student Council and National Honor Society, as well as a member of the Varsity Mock Trial Team and National Charity League.  She received recognition for Phi Beta Kappa, as Magna Cum Laude, and is a National Merit Commended Scholar.  Sarah plans to pursue a degree in business with a double major in Marketing and Finance.

 

Tatum Harper is the daughter of Cheri and Bill Harper.  Tatum is the youngest of six children and has two nephews and one niece.  Tatum is a valuable member of the varsity volleyball, basketball and cross country teams.  She is a volunteer Sunday school teacher at Turning Point Community Church and is a student ambassador for the Lubbock Aquarium.  In addition to the above, Tatum likes hanging out with her friends, shopping, watching movies, studying, playing with her dog Charlie, and sleeping.  After graduation, Tatum plans to attend Texas State University and study Aquatic Biology.

Whitney Lawson is the daughter of Sally and Greg Lawson.  She is involved in cheer, choir, mock trial, yearbook, track and serves as co-captain on the pom squad.  Whitney is the State Runner-Up Pole Vaulter.  She is also actively involved in her youth group and the community.  Whitney plans to double major in Political Science and Journalism with a minor in Social Work.  She would like to attend TCU, the University of Alabama, or the University of South Carolina.

Lily McKay is the daughter of Paige and Mike McKay.  This is Lily’s fourteenth year as an All Saints Patriot and has been involved in numerous organizations during that time.  In high school, Lily has been a four year starter on the varsity volleyball, cross country and cheer teams and hopes to do the same later this year with the varsity basketball and track teams.  She is a state champion in volleyball, cross country and track.  Lily is a two time volleyball team captain, is president of the National Honor Society, and has served as secretary of the Chemistry Club.  An accomplished artist, Lily has taken art each of her fourteen years at All Saints and has won numerous awards, including the National Ranching and Heritage Center Western Art Competition Grand Champion.  Lily was honored with the Phi Beta Kappa High School Academic Excellence Award, was a member of the Lubbock Symphony Guild program, is a lifelong member of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, and is active in Lubbock Young Life and Campaigners.  Following in the footsteps of her paternal grandparents, Lily plans to attend college and major in architecture and minor in interior design.

Ava Moran is the daughter of Brad and Carla Moran.  She has attended All Saints since preschool. Ava is Debate Team Captain, a member of National Honor Society, Student Council Historian, Chemistry Club Vice President, awarded Phi Beta Kappa Cum Laude, and a member of the varsity mock trial team all four years of high school.  At Mock Trial State 2017, Ava was awarded best attorney twice.  Outside of school, she began her own non-profit organization, Lubbock Public Art (LPS), which promotes the growing art collection in our community.  In 2016, her website for LPS was awarded best logo.  This past summer, Ava served as a Senate Page for Senior Texas                                   Senator John Cornyn.  Ava plans to pursue her love of government affairs by majoring in Public Policy.

Ally Muzyka is the daughter of Amy and Bob Muzyka and has attended All Saints since kindergarten.  Ally serves as co-editor of the high school yearbook and parliamentarian of the National Honor Society.  She is a member of the cheer and pom squads and plays on the varsity golf team, where she has earned a top ten finish at the TAAPS State Golf Tournament the past three years.  In addition, Ally is a member of National Charity League and is active in Lubbock Young Life.  Ally plans to attend TCU and study Sociology.

Taylor Renfroe is the daughter of Renee and Craig Renfroe.  She has one sister, Tristin, who is in ninth grade.  She has been involved with the yearbook staff at All Saints for three years and is now a senior co-editor.  Taylor is also a member of the pom squad.  In her free time she loves to dance.  She has trained at the Dance Gallery since she was three.  This summer she will attend Dance Theatre USA as an international dancer and learn from teachers from Broadway Dance Center as well as teachers from around the world.  Taylor is part of the Lubbock Symphony Debutantes Program.  In the fall of 2018, she plans to attend Texas Tech University and major in                                    Dance and Business.

Alexandra Shropshire is the daughter of Kelly and Jeff Shropshire.  Alexandra has been a member of the All Saints cheer and pom squad for the past four years and earned All-State in both.  Throughout her high school career, Alexandra has been a member of the Mock Trial team and earned All Regional recognition for Best Witness.  She has been a member of the High School Choir for the past four years and is currently serving as Choir President.  As a freshman, Alexandra played volleyball and was a member of the State Runner-Up Tennis team.  She is a member of the National Honor Society.  During her junior year, Alexandra was selected to participate in the Lubbock Volunteer Center’s “Hype Program” which was created to help youth purposely engage in their community.  Alexandra is a member of the National Charity League and currently serves as Class Vice President.  She has served over 150 volunteer hours with NCL and  her favorite philanthropy is Highpoint Village.  Alexandra is a member of the Lubbock Symphony Guild’s Deb Class of 2018.  She is a member of First United Methodist Church in Lubbock where she is active in the Youth Program.  When she is not studying or volunteering, Alexandra’s passion is dancing.  She enjoys and participates in all types of dance including, tap, ballet, point and jazz.  She has been dancing since 2004 at The Dance Gallery.  Her favorite memory of dance was dancing in the 2016 Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade.

Mallory Staggs is the daughter of Elizabeth and Shelby Staggs.  She has been at All Saints since the seventh grade.  Mallory is involved in theater, choir, and band.  Outside of school, she works with Moonlight Musicals and plays the piano.  Mallory wants to major in Business and minor in Musical Theatre.

 

 

Homecoming King Candidates

Joseph Bayouth is the son of Debbie Bayouth and Dr. Charlie Bayouth.  This is Joseph’s 12th year to be an All Saints Patriot.  He has been involved in a multitude of events and organizations during his time at All Saints.  Joseph has been in Student Council for all four years in high school, National Honor Society member for two years, varsity basketball player for four years, varsity cross country runner for three years, and a varsity football player for one year.  Joseph plans to attend Texas Tech University in the fall and study Kinesiology.

Colten Cannon is the son of Emily and Shawn Cannon and has two siblings, Anna and Grant.  Colten is a member of the varsity basketball, football, and golf teams.  He has served as team captain for football and golf.  For the second consecutive year, he is serving as Student Council Secretary.  Colten is a member of the National Honor Society and Chemistry Club Historian.  He was recently recognized as a National Merit Semi-Finalist and Hispanic Scholar.  After graduation, Colten plans to pursue a degree in Bio-Medical Engineering.

Sajan Dihenia is the son of Dr. Chanda Dihenia and Dr. Bhupesh Dihenia.  He has been at All Saints since he was four years old.     He is involved in yearbook and has served as a yearbook co-editor the past two years.  He is also a member of the mock trial team where he has been awarded best attorney at the regional level twice.  As a junior, he participated on the Ocean Bowl team.  He is a current member of the varsity cheerleading squad.  In his spare time, he volunteers within the local community.  He plans to major in Fashion Design with a minor in Merchandising.  Sajan has a love of design and aspires to have his own clothing line one day.

Austin Thomas Hickle is the son of Michele and Dr. Randall Hickle.  This is Austin’s 14th year to be an All Saints Patriot and he has been involved in numerous organizations during his time here.  In high school, Austin has been a four year starter on the varsity basketball team and a recognized state champion in cross country.  Austin is currently serving as the Student Body President and National Honor Society Secretary.  He is very interested in politics and spent this past summer in D.C. on two internships, one with the Department of Energy and another with Congressman Jodey Arrington.  Austin is an accomplished artist.   He has taken 11 years of art at All Saints, and as a freshman won fifth place in state for his photography.  Austin plans to attend college and major in Political Science.

 

Raymond Rider is the son of Deborah and Paul Rider.  He is a member of National Honor Society, Varsity Mock Trial, and is president of the Thespian Council.  Outside of school, he is involved in Hub Performing Arts School and Hub Theatre Group. He has received best actor in the TAPPS One Act Play competition.  During his time at All Saints, he has been recognized for his strong character and received the prestigious Proven Patriot Award.  He wishes to attend the University of Chicago or Pepperdine University and pursue social science majoring in Economics or Psychology.

Luke Patrick Stuart is the son of Lisa and Dr. Bob Stuart and brother of Reagan Stuart.  Luke is a four year letter winner in basketball and has been honored three times as a member of the First Team All-State.  Along with basketball, he was a member of the state championship cross country team as a freshman and sophomore, and he serves as captain of the football team this year.  Luke has been a member of Student Council three years including serving as Vice President this year.  He received the honor of Phi Beta Kappa Summa Cum Laude.  Luke serves as National Honor Society Vice President and served as the Chemistry Club Vice President as a junior.  He received recognition as the TAPPS State Champion in the Advanced Math competition.  After graduation, Luke plans on attending Trinity University to study Engineering Science and play basketball.