Winslow High School has announced its top 10 seniors for the class of 2016, listed alphabetically.

Bailey Carter is the son of Hampy Carter, of Winslow, and Rachel Woodbury, of Fairfield. He has been a member of the golf, tennis and math teams. He is a member of the National Honor Society, and he serves as the secretary of the Joshua Cushman Society. Carter plans to attend the University of Maine to major in pre-med.

Kurt Hamar is the son of George Hamar, of Vassalboro, and Mary Roy, of Oakland. He is a member of the WHS computer club. He was the 2016 Gold Medalist for the Information Technology Skills Competition at Mid Maine Techical Center and Student of the Month for MMTC Information Technology program in February. Hamar plans to enter the Air Force.

Sierra Hopkins is the daughter of Barry and Jennifer Hopkins, of Winslow. She has been a member of track, swimming and cross country teams, in addition to being active in the drama, art and outing clubs at WHS. She is a member of the National Honor Society. Hopkins plans to attend Unity College to major in environmental studies.

Tanner Jackson is the son of David Jackson, of Winslow, and Sonya Jackson, of Connecticut. He has been a member of the basketball, baseball and tennis teams. Jackson plans to attend the University of Connecticut to major in civil engineering.

Hunter McCaslin is the son of Wayne and Robyn McCaslin, of Winslow. He has been a member of the soccer and lacrosse teams and is a member of the National Honor Society. Hunter plans to attend the University of Maine to major in electrical engineering.

Cory O’Connell is the son of Kevin and Susan O’Connell, of Winslow. He has participated in football, basketball and co-captained the tennis team. He is also president of the Joshua Cushman Society and served as class historian. He is also a member of the National Honor Society. O’Connell plans to attend Maine Maritime Academy to major in marine transportation.

Emily Pellerin is the daughter of David and Rachel Pellerin, of Winslow. She is a member of the Art Club, Outing Club, Service Club and the Jazz and Pep bands. She is an active member of the Drama Club and drama productions. This year, she was an inductee of the first chapter of the WHS Thespian Society. Pellerin plans to attend the College of the Atlantic to major in visual art.

Ciera Poulin is the daughter of Calvin and Jeannie Poulin of Winslow. She participated all four years in outdoor track, was captain of the field hockey team and captain of the indoor track team. Ciera is a member of the National Honor Society, is senior Class Historian, and has been a Student Senate Officer as well as Class Vice President. Ciera will attend the University of Maine and plans to dual-major in Communication Disorders & Sciences and in Education.

David Selwood is the son of Joel and Shelly Selwood, of Winslow. He is the captain of the lacrosse team, and has been involved with lacrosse, soccer, and hockey all four years. He has also participated in A Cappella, concert band,and jazz band. Selwood is the vice president of the senior class and has served in various officer roles for the Student Senate since ninth grade. He is a member of the National Honor Society and Leadership 54. Selwood plans to attend Princeton University in New Jersey to major in engineering.

Jacob Trask is the son of Jeff and Tracey Trask, of Winslow. He has been class president and a member of the Student Senate for four years. He has participated in baseball, hockey, and football all four years and was captain of both the hockey and football teams. He is a member of the National Honor Society, Leadership 54 and the Service Club. He was selected at the Maine Principal’s Award winner for the class of 2016. Trask plans to attend the University of Maine to major in chemical engineering.


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