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Students stand out in ‘CSHS Got Talent’

posted Apr 29, 2016, 9:28 AM by Unknown user



With a couple hundred students and teachers, it is inevitable that Conway Springs High School will have talent spread throughout. Pep Club sponsor Jennifer Kunz decided the talents of our school needed to be shown off and put together “CSHS Got Talent”. Six acts were shown off in the show, including singing, dancing, Bal-A-Vis-X, piano and comedy.

“It was really fun being a part of the talent show,” senior performer Romi Huggins said.

To start the show, sophomore Makenna Beesley played a piano piece titled “The River Flows in You” from the movie “Twilight”. Following the piece, seniors Romi Huggins and Farrah Gilmere performed a duet ofI Hate U I Love U” by Gnash. Bringing laughter to the crowd, junior Mathias Doffing followed the duet with a comedy performance.

“I had a lot of fun in the Talent Show,” Doffing said. “I’d like to do it again with more people involved.”

Bringing in a unique physical act, senior Ashley O’Neal demonstrated Bal-A-Vis-X. She was followed by Mrs. Kunz who surprised some CSHS students by singing a solo to “Anyway” by Martina McBride. Lastly, Chelsea Linker brought in dancers from Full Out Dance Company to perform a routine with her that they performed in previous competitions.

In addition to the performances by CSHS students, there were also students who submitted their artwork to be displayed at the show.

“The show went good, and I heard good things about it from other people,” Kunz said. “I would like to do it again in the future, hopefully at a time during the year when there are less activities going on.”
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