Faith, family, friends, CrossFit and volleyball is everything that holds Chloe Baker and her life together. Baker is in her second year of high school, and she can only dream of getting out of school in a year. She is very outgoing and loud. Baker plays volleyball everyday, even in her sleep. When volleyball isn’t in her schedule, CrossFit is what Baker does to keep her in shape. She is looking forward to a possible career of being a Neonatal Nurse. Baker hopes to be successful in both academics and athletics to finish her high school career.

Since 2008, Brayden Lambert has been at Wiggins. Lambert manages volleyball in the fall, and does Crossfit some other times. He is not involved in sports, but is proud of all the teams. Lambert lives about 15 minutes away from town on his family’s farm. Lambert enjoys being on the journalism squad and is committed to bringing you a great yearbook. Lambert looks forward to being an attorney.

She might be a shy and quiet sophomore student, but Estefania Gomez is very eccentric with a visionary personality. She strongly considers herself a procrastinator but when told so, Gomez is willing to do anything for anyone no matter what. Gomez wouldn’t say she’s an exceptional soccer player but she does enjoy playing and watching soccer whenever she has the chance. Gomez has attended Wiggins Schools ever since she was 4 years old, and plans to graduate at Wiggins High school and then attend college to graduate with a Ph.D. in Psychology.

As Courtney Jenson jumps into her junior year of high school she carries along a list of accomplishments with her. Jenson has been to State FBLA twice, state track twice, and won the two mile her freshman year. She plays basketball, volleyball, and track throughout high school. She is a very energetic and intelligent. After high school Jenson will attend college and is looking into the medical field.


Nine months… eight months…now only seven months left until Ellyna Van graduates from Wiggins High School. She has been involved in many clubs throughout the beginning of her high school career. Van has become an officer in each club she is involved in such as: Vice President of Photography Club, secretary of FBLA, and treasurer of LULAC. After graduating, Van hopes to travel much more and to broaden her horizons out of the little town. Van plans to attend the University of Fort Lewis in Durango next fall. After many years of schooling, she has high hopes to becoming a doctor. Van’s main goal in life is to go back to Cambodia, where she was born, and help the less fortunate there, with the program Doctors Without Borders.

 Morgan Eklund is in her sophomore year of high school. She has had a life of cats, basketball, and photography. She excels in history and science and looks forward to a career in veterinary science.She manages volley ball in the fall and plays basketball in the winter. She loves to spend time with her cats and read.

As Claire Boyer pushes through her second year of high school, she is becoming more involved in athletics and academic clubs. She is active in volleyball, basketball, and track. Her accomplishments in said sports include placing in the top three for three relays in state track, and also starting on varsity for the Lady Tigers basketball team. As far as academics go, Boyer is a straight A student. She also aspires to take up a career in Neurology later on after years of schooling.