Winslow High School has announced its top 10 seniors for the class of 2022. They are listed in alphabetical order.

Carina Chen Submitted photo

Carina Chen is the daughter of Sandy and Wing Chen of Winslow. She is a member of the drama program, student senate, Seeds of Peace, the Olympia Snowe Women’s Leadership Institute, the tennis team, and the Green Team. She is also a member of the National Honor Society and the International Thespian Society.

She received the Dartmouth Book Award and the Daughters of the American Revolution Jenny Paine Howard Award, and is an AP Scholar.

Chen plans to attend Dartmouth College, where she will major in biological sciences.

Emma Farnham Submitted photo

Emma Farnham is the daughter of Tracy and Steve Farnham of Winslow. She has been a member of the student senate for the past three years, holding the title of co-president her senior year. In addition, she is a member of the National Honor Society, the track and field teams, the cross country team, and the Winslow/Waterville swim team.

For the past two years Farnham has been on the Maine Swimming board, serving as an elected athlete representative. She received the Class B KVAC 2022 Outstanding Female Swimmer of the Meet Award, the Wellesley Book Award, and the National Hispanic Recognition Award.

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Farnham plans to attend Colby College where she will study economics with a concentration in finance and swim for the school’s team.

Megan Huesers Submitted photo

Megan Huesers is the daughter of Katie and Thomas Huesers of Winslow. She has participated in nine Winslow drama productions and performed as a featured dancer in the Waterville Opera House musical “Newsies.” She is the class secretary and the student senate co-president, and she is a member of the National Honor Society. In addition, Huesers is responsible for reviving the Winslow Green Team in 2021.

She has taken part in an extended job learning opportunity at Northern Lights Inland Hospital as a pharmacy technician since January. She received the National Center for Women & Information Technology Honorable Mention for Aspirations in Computing in 2020 and 2022 and was the NCWIT Maine affiliate winner in 2020 and 2021. She received the Xerox Innovation and Information and Technology Award in 2021 and the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizenship Award for dependability, service, leadership and patriotism in 2022.

Huesers plans to attend Husson University this fall, majoring in pharmacy.

Alaina Lambert Submitted photo

Alaina Lambert is the daughter of Linda and Chuck Lambert of Winslow. She played field hockey and ice hockey, and is the lacrosse team captain. She is a member of the student senate and the Olympia Snowe Women’s Leadership Institute, and she is the co-president of the National Honor Society.

Lambert received the KVAC Field Hockey All-Rookie Honors Award in 2018, the Class B Field Hockey State Champion Award in 2019, the National Academic Squad Award in 2020, the KVAC All-Academic Award in 2021, the KVAC Field Hockey Class B All-Conference First Team Award in 2021, the Maine Section of the Society of Women Engineers Certificate of Achievement in 2021, and the MFHA All-State Player Award in 2021.

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Lambert plans to attend Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where she will major in biology and biotechnology.

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Lanie Latham is the daughter of Darcy and Warren Latham of Winslow. She has been a part of the Art Club at Winslow High School as well as a part of the Olympia Snowe Women’s Leadership Institute. She received the College of the Atlantic Book Award and the Student of the Month Award for Emergency Services at the Mid-Maine Technical Center, in Waterville.

Latham plans to attend Kennebec Valley Community College, majoring in advanced emergency care.

Alanna McCann Submitted photo

Alanna McCann is the daughter of Melissa and Matthew McCann of Benton. She has been a member of the drama program, chorus, and the Black Raider News Network since her freshman year. She was a singer in the Kennebec Valley Music Educators Association Choral festival in 2018, 2019 and 2022, and she was accepted into the All-State Chorus program the past three years. In addition, she took part in show choir during her sophomore and senior years.

McCann is a member of the National Honor Society and the Thespian Society, and she is a member of Corpus Christi Parish in Waterville, acting as an altar server and also a member of the youth group. She was named student of the month in 2020 and was given the Phi Beta Kappa Association of Maine Certificate of Recognition in 2021.

McCann plans to attend Ava Maria University this fall, majoring in biology with a concentration in genetics.

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Vanessa Norris Submitted photo

Vanessa Norris is the daughter of Kim Norris of Winslow, and Brian Norris of Andover, Massachusetts. She is the class president and a member of the student senate, the Green Team, Seeds of Peace, drama, indoor track, and outdoor track and field. She received the Coach’s Award for MVP for both indoor track and cross country, and she received the Coach’s Award for Most Valuable Newcomer for indoor track.

In addition, Norris is the team captain of the indoor and outdoor track teams, has received a number of local and state track recognitions and placings, and has earned nine varsity letters. She is the recipient of the Bausch and Lomb Science Award and the St. Michael’s Book Award.

Norris plans to attend Harvard University with a concentration in chemistry.

Levi Olin Submitted photo

Levi Olin is the son of Jennifer Olin of Winslow, and Conrad Olin of Waterville. He has participated in soccer and indoor and outdoor track. He is a member of the Math Team and the National Honor Society. He was the indoor track 400m state champion in 2020 and a KVAC First-Team selection for soccer in 2019 and 2021.

Olin plans to attend Dartmouth College, where he will major in environmental science.

Allan Rogers Submitted photo

Allan Rogers is the son of Aimee and Ken Rogers of Winslow. He has been a part of the football team and the wrestling team and is a member of the National Honor Society. He received the All-Conference Lineman Award for football, and he earned a first-place finish in the wrestling regionals.

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Rogers plans to enlist in the U.S. Navy and become a naval nuclear reactor operator.

Ryan Yang Submitted photo

Ryan Yang is the son of Lassandra Von Appan and Keegan Yang of Winslow. He has participated in cross country and indoor and outdoor track. He is a member of the National Honor Society, Cubesat, the Math Team, and student senate, and he was class co-president during his freshman and sophomore years. At the Central Maine Math League competition, he was the high scorer on the Math Team for three years and placed fifth among seniors.

In addition, Yang received the Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony Award for Social Justice, and he was the overall winner in the Cubesat state competition as best in show.

Yang plans to attend Brown University, majoring in computer science.