IHS homecoming court

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Twelve Iota High seniors comprise this year’s homecoming court at the school. They include, from left, Alaina Doucet, Maci Stroderd, Keri Fuselier, Rebecca Fantroy, Kaitleen Daigle, Billie Toups, Shydee Johnson, Amber Lindig, Lauryn Daigle, Avery Wriborg, Adrienne Doucet and Olivia Rasberry.

Queen to be crowned Friday night at home opener

Twelve young ladies from Iota High’s senior class will be recognized this week during Homecoming activities at the school.
At halftime of the Bulldogs home opener and homecoming game against the Lake Arthur Tigers, the 12 will be showcased before one is crowned queen.
This year’s court includes:
Kaitleen Mary Daigle: She is the daughter of Christine Manuel and Justin Daigle.
Daigle has been a class officer for four years – freshman and sophomore year serving as vice president, and junior and senior year serving as treasurer. She has been a member of Drama Club for three years, Beta for three years, Student Council for four years and Renaissance for four years.
Daigle has been an IHS varsity cheerleader for four years, in which she currently serves as captain.
She is also a member of the Iota High Honors program.
After graduation, Daigle plans to attend the University of Louisiana at Lafayette majoring in dental hygiene.
Lauryn Michelle Daigle: She is the daughter of Gena and Shane Daigle.
Lauryn Daigle has been a member of Beta for three years, and Renaissance for four years. She has also been a member of 4-H for 10 years, where she served as treasurer for four years, and is currently serving as treasurer.
She has also been a member of the Iota High Golden Girls dance line for four years, where she currently serves as captain.
Lauryn Daigle is an active member of St. Joseph’s Church in Iota.
She is also a member of the Iota High Honors program.
After graduation, Lauryn Daigle plans to attend Louisiana State Univeristy at Eunice where she will major in elementary education.
Adrienne Kate Doucet: She is the daughter of Corey and Colleen Doucet.
Doucet has been a class officer for three years – freshman year serving as spirit captain, and junior and senior year serving as reporter.
She has been in Drama Club for three years, Beta for three years, Renaissance for four years and Student Council for four years.
Doucet has also been an IHS varsity cheerleader for four years, and currently serves as co-captain.
Doucet is an active member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Iota.
She is also a member of the Iota High Honors program.
After graduation, Doucet plans to attend LSU Eunice majoring in radiology.
Alaina Claire Doucet: She is the daughter of Gayla and Gerald Doucet.
Alaina Doucet has been a class officer for four years – her freshman and sophomore year serving as reporter, and her junior and senior year serving as vice president.
She has been a member of Drama Club for one year, Beta for three years, Renaissance for four years and Student Council for four years.
Alaina Doucet has also been a Golden Girl dance line member for four years, where she currently serves as captain.
She has also danced with Bernadette Gay School of Dance for 15 years, and competed with her studio for four years. Alaina Doucet volunteers twice a year for the Special Olympics, volunteers at a soup kitchen and is an active member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Evangeline.
She is also a member of the Iota High Honors program.
After graduation, Alaina plans to attend UL Lafayette to major in nursing.
Rebecca Madyson Fantroy: She is the daughter of Loretta and Wade Seaux.
Fantroy has been a class officer for four years where she currently serves as spirit captain.
She has been a member of Renaissance for four years and Student Council for four years – two of which she served as an officer.
Fantroy is a four year member of the IHS Lady Dog Basketball team and a four year member of the IHS Lady Dog Softball team.
She is an active member of the Forest Park Church of Christ.
After graduation, Fantroy plans to play college softball and major in radiology at Baton Rouge Community College.
Keri Ann Fuselier: She is the daughter of Jacob and Shelly Fuselier.
Fuselier has been an IHS powerlifting manager for one year, football manager for three years and a softball manager for one year.
She has also been a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for four years, Renaissance for four years and 4-H for four years where she is currently a junior leader.
Fuselier is an active member of St. Thomas Moore Catholic Church in Eunice where she was an altar server for six years and volunteered at its Happy Days Bible Study.
She has also been a student teacher at Michelle’s Studio of Dance for three years, and volunteers her time to read to pre-kindergarten at St. Edmund Elementary.
After graduation, Fuselier plans to attend the Aveda Institute in Lafayette where she will receive her cosmetology license.
Shydee Tyne Johnson: She is the daughter of Angela Marx and Willie Johnson.
Johnson attended Rogers High School in Puyallup, Washington, her freshmen year. She was a member of their volleyball, basketball, and softball teams for one year and a member of their chess club and leadership club for one year.
At Iota High, Shydee has been a member of Drama Club for three years, FBLA for two years, Beta for two years and Library Club for two years.
She has also been a member of the IHS Volleyball team, where she is currently serving as co-captain, the IHS basketball team for three years and IHS softball team for three years. In softball, she has been voted All-Parish, first team All-District and second team All-District.
Johnson is also a member of the Iota High Honors program.
After graduation, Shydee plans to attend UL Lafayette where she will major in environmental science.
Amber Marie Lindig: She is the daughter of Martin and Melinda Lindig.
Lindig has been a member of Renaissance Club for two years and a football manager for a half season.
After graduation, Amber plans to attend LSU Eunice majoring in radiology.
Olivia Claire Rasberry: She is the daughter of Heidi Rasberry.
Rasberry has been a member of Iota Ink for two years, Drama Club for two years, the Acadia Parish Talented Art Program for three years and Color Guard for four years.
She also runs a face-painting booth for Iota’s Easter celebration and decorates the elementary school’s windows for back to school.
After graduation, Rasberry will attend UL Lafayette majoring in commercial and industrial design.
Maci Alexandra Stroderd: She is the daughter of Yvette Fruge and Monty Sullivan.
Stroderd has served as class treasurer her freshmen year, and as president her junior and senior year.
She has been a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes for three years, Student Council for four years, Drama Club for three years and Renaissance for four years.
She has also been an IHS Baseball and Basketball manager for two years and a football manager for three years.
Stroderd is an active member of St. Joseph’s Church in Evangeline.
After graduation, Maci plans to attend UL Lafayette majoring in physical therapy.
Billie Jenee’ Toups: She is the daughter of Haley and Damen Toups.
Toups has been a member of 4-H for two years.
She has also been a member of the track team for three years, in which she was 2016 district champion and regional runner-up in the long jump.
Toups is an active member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Iota.
After graduation, she plans to attend UL Lafayette majoring in nursing.
Avery Clair Wriborg: is the daughter Brian and Carol Wriborg.
Wriborg has served as class president her freshman and sophomore year.
She has been a member of Student Council for four years, Renaissance for four years, Beta for three years, Drama Club for three years and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for two years.
She has been on the IHS Volleyball team for four years, where they competed as a member of the quarterfinalist team for two years, and she was voted second team All-District. Wriborg is serving as volleyball captain this year. She has also been softball manager for one year, and a member of the IHS Basketball team for four years, where the team competed as state semifinalists and she was voted second team All-District.
Wriborg has volunteered her time coaching Little Dribblers’ basketball team in Iota for the last two years. She is also an active member of River of Life Fellowship where she has served in the nursery and children’s church for seven years.
She has also been in the Iota High Honors program for four years.
After graduation, Wriborg plans to attend LSU Eunice and then transfer to McNeese in Lake Charles where she will major in secondary education.