The October 18th football game here in Hanna against Hulett (which the Miners won handily 88 to 47) was Senior Recognition Game. The four H.E.M. senior members of the football team were acknowledged, Josh Tolbert, Roy Tomkins, R.J. Seaman, and Quade Palm.
JOSH TOLBERT is the son of Blaine Tolbert and Katrina Neal. He started school in Hanna as a fifth grader after moving here from Tennessee. While at H.E.M. Josh has participated in FCCLA and FBLA in which he qualified for and competed at the national level. He has been involved in football for two years and track one year. Josh plans to attend Western Wyoming Community College and is unsure of a major at this time but is leaning towards secondary education.
ROY TOMKINS is the son of Greta Kanard and Roy Tomkins, Sr. He started school at H.E.M. as a freshman after moving to Hanna from Phoenix. While here, he has participated in FBLA and has competed and lettered in track for one year and football all four years of high school. After graduation he plans on attending LCCC and hopes to work his way up to the drive-through window position and advance beyond the fryer station at McDonalds until he can decide on a long-term career.
R.J. SEAMAN is the son of John and Mithzie Seaman. He started school in Hanna as a sophomore after moving here from Pavilion, Wyoming. While at H.E.M. he has been involved in National Honor Society, FCCLA, and FBLA in which he qualified for and competed in the national contest. He has participated in football, wrestling, and track and is on pace to earn nine varsity letters before graduation. Next year R.J. will attend the University of Wyoming and plans to study something in the medical field.
QUADE PALM is the son of Burt and Kay Lynn Palm. He started school in Hanna as a preschooler, and while at H.E.M. he has been involved in National Honor Society and FFA and plans to run for an FFA state office this spring. Before graduating he will have accumulated twelve varsity letters while participating in football, basketball, and track. After high school, Quade plans on attending college in Wyoming where he will pursue a degree in an agriculture-related field.