Virgin Valley High School Scholar Athletes 2017
Hakan “Cade” Anderson, known far and wide as just “Cade”, is a Senior at Virgin Valley High School. His family consists of a great mom and dad that were blessed with 2 daughters and 2 sons. Cade is the second oldest child. At Virgin Valley High School he plays sports all throughout the year. In the fall he plays football, where he is our Quarterback for our Varsity team and he is an amazing team leader. In the winter he turns his attention to basketball. His real talent comes out again in the spring as he plays shortstop and is a pitcher for our high school baseball team. He loves all sports and seems to get enough of any of them.
He is a superb student with a 3.84 GPA. He is in his school’s Skills USA vocational club. He enjoys doing service for others as demonstrated by the entire football team doing a service project the day before each away game. His favorite service project so far this year has been the opportunity to service alongside the other football players as they have served at our local “Old Folks Home” visiting with each member and giving them treats. His favorite part of that opportunity was to see the joy on their faces as they mingled with each resident.
Outside of school, he is active in the Boy Scouts of America helping others while working towards his rank of Eagle Scout.
He is carrying a full load of classes at school this year along with AP US History and AP Literature. His favorite subject in school is history but English is a close
Kitana Lopez has been playing golf throughout her high school career and with a GPA of 3.7, she plans on attending college at the University of Reno Nevada or Southern Utah University and will be majoring in Music Education and minor in agriculture.
Kitana is involved in marching band where she is the Drum major of the high school band. She plays multiple instruments in her high school music department. She loves playing viola in the chamber orchestra as well as french horn and percussion during concert band. She traveled to California with her high school band and orchestra as they participated in Music in the Parks, winning 1st place overall. Out of school she participates in the community symphony orchestra where she has been playing for three years.
Kitana is part of her school's FFA chapter and serves as the Reporter. She is on the Floriculture and Soils testing team and this year the Soils team received 1st place in state and now they have the privilege of representing our school as they head to nationals in Oklahoma.
She is involved in the National Honors Society, Interact Club, and Club sol which are all community service clubs. She loves her community and all the friends and teachers who support her and motivate her to give 110%. She will miss her little town once she heads off to college to pursue her career and become a music teacher.