Beauty, talent and brains


Ten students compete for the title of Mr. S-C

Enoc Baeza, a Smith-Cotton senior, plays the guitar and performs ‘Can’t Feel My Face’ by The Weeknd for his talent portion at the Mr. S-C 2016 Competition, Thursday evening at the Heckart Performing Arts Center at Smith-Cotton High School. The event was a fund raiser for the theatre department at the high school. Thursday marked the first time the contest was hosted in five years.


Samuel Kirby Kindle, left and Ryan James Hankins channel their inner Blues Brothers for their rendition of “Soul Man’, during the talent portion of the Mr. S-C competition. Ten juniors and seniors competed in talent, spirit wear, formal wear and a question and answer portion for the evenings entertainment. In addition to the title of Mr. S-C, a People Choice Award was presented to the contestant who received the most votes in a spare change collection.


Seth Fraley stikes a sultry pose in the formal wear portion of the Mr. S-C Competition Thursday evening at the Heckart Performing Arts Center at Smith-Cotton High School. Fraley won the title of Mr. S-C. Carlton Homan was named First Runner-Up and Sam Kindle was Second Runner-Up in the competition.


Jacob Carver, aka, “Tony the Tiger” belts out a final roar at the end of his performance of the ” The Final Countdown,” by Europe during the Mr. S-C competition Thursday night. Carver played the “air broom” as his talent. Carver said his future plan was surviving college and listed his hobbies as underwater basket weaving, long walks on the beach and crocheting with his grandmother. Among his other talents, Carver listed his ability to once being able to eat his bowl of cereal in one minute.


Senior Jayce Simoncic wows the audience of 350 people at the 2016 Mr. S-C Competition, with his ability to recite pi while eating pie, and doing a combination of push ups and sit-up in two minutes. Simoncic was able to recite the number out to 25 places. Among his other professions Simoncic said prior to the competition were his professionalism and love of math. Ten juniors and seniors competed for the title of Mr. S-C Thursday evening at Smith-Cotton High School.


Ten students compete for the title of Mr. S-C

Enoc Baeza, a Smith-Cotton senior, plays the guitar and performs ‘Can’t Feel My Face’ by The Weeknd for his talent portion at the Mr. S-C 2016 Competition, Thursday evening at the Heckart Performing Arts Center at Smith-Cotton High School. The event was a fund raiser for the theatre department at the high school. Thursday marked the first time the contest was hosted in five years.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_tsd031116mrsc1.jpgEnoc Baeza, a Smith-Cotton senior, plays the guitar and performs ‘Can’t Feel My Face’ by The Weeknd for his talent portion at the Mr. S-C 2016 Competition, Thursday evening at the Heckart Performing Arts Center at Smith-Cotton High School. The event was a fund raiser for the theatre department at the high school. Thursday marked the first time the contest was hosted in five years.

Samuel Kirby Kindle, left and Ryan James Hankins channel their inner Blues Brothers for their rendition of “Soul Man’, during the talent portion of the Mr. S-C competition. Ten juniors and seniors competed in talent, spirit wear, formal wear and a question and answer portion for the evenings entertainment. In addition to the title of Mr. S-C, a People Choice Award was presented to the contestant who received the most votes in a spare change collection.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_tsd031116mrsc2.jpgSamuel Kirby Kindle, left and Ryan James Hankins channel their inner Blues Brothers for their rendition of “Soul Man’, during the talent portion of the Mr. S-C competition. Ten juniors and seniors competed in talent, spirit wear, formal wear and a question and answer portion for the evenings entertainment. In addition to the title of Mr. S-C, a People Choice Award was presented to the contestant who received the most votes in a spare change collection.

Seth Fraley stikes a sultry pose in the formal wear portion of the Mr. S-C Competition Thursday evening at the Heckart Performing Arts Center at Smith-Cotton High School. Fraley won the title of Mr. S-C. Carlton Homan was named First Runner-Up and Sam Kindle was Second Runner-Up in the competition.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_tsd031116mrsc3.jpgSeth Fraley stikes a sultry pose in the formal wear portion of the Mr. S-C Competition Thursday evening at the Heckart Performing Arts Center at Smith-Cotton High School. Fraley won the title of Mr. S-C. Carlton Homan was named First Runner-Up and Sam Kindle was Second Runner-Up in the competition.

Jacob Carver, aka, “Tony the Tiger” belts out a final roar at the end of his performance of the ” The Final Countdown,” by Europe during the Mr. S-C competition Thursday night. Carver played the “air broom” as his talent. Carver said his future plan was surviving college and listed his hobbies as underwater basket weaving, long walks on the beach and crocheting with his grandmother. Among his other talents, Carver listed his ability to once being able to eat his bowl of cereal in one minute.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_tsd031116mrsc4.jpgJacob Carver, aka, “Tony the Tiger” belts out a final roar at the end of his performance of the ” The Final Countdown,” by Europe during the Mr. S-C competition Thursday night. Carver played the “air broom” as his talent. Carver said his future plan was surviving college and listed his hobbies as underwater basket weaving, long walks on the beach and crocheting with his grandmother. Among his other talents, Carver listed his ability to once being able to eat his bowl of cereal in one minute.

Senior Jayce Simoncic wows the audience of 350 people at the 2016 Mr. S-C Competition, with his ability to recite pi while eating pie, and doing a combination of push ups and sit-up in two minutes. Simoncic was able to recite the number out to 25 places. Among his other professions Simoncic said prior to the competition were his professionalism and love of math. Ten juniors and seniors competed for the title of Mr. S-C Thursday evening at Smith-Cotton High School.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_tsd031116mrsc5.jpgSenior Jayce Simoncic wows the audience of 350 people at the 2016 Mr. S-C Competition, with his ability to recite pi while eating pie, and doing a combination of push ups and sit-up in two minutes. Simoncic was able to recite the number out to 25 places. Among his other professions Simoncic said prior to the competition were his professionalism and love of math. Ten juniors and seniors competed for the title of Mr. S-C Thursday evening at Smith-Cotton High School.

Enoc Baeza, a Smith-Cotton senior, plays the guitar and performs ‘Can’t Feel My Face’ by The Weeknd for his talent portion at the Mr. S-C 2016 Competition, Thursday evening at the Heckart Performing Arts Center at Smith-Cotton High School. The event was a fund raiser for the theatre department at the high school. Thursday marked the first time the contest was hosted in five years.

Samuel Kirby Kindle, left and Ryan James Hankins channel their inner Blues Brothers for their rendition of “Soul Man’, during the talent portion of the Mr. S-C competition. Ten juniors and seniors competed in talent, spirit wear, formal wear and a question and answer portion for the evenings entertainment. In addition to the title of Mr. S-C, a People Choice Award was presented to the contestant who received the most votes in a spare change collection.

Seth Fraley stikes a sultry pose in the formal wear portion of the Mr. S-C Competition Thursday evening at the Heckart Performing Arts Center at Smith-Cotton High School. Fraley won the title of Mr. S-C. Carlton Homan was named First Runner-Up and Sam Kindle was Second Runner-Up in the competition.

Jacob Carver, aka, “Tony the Tiger” belts out a final roar at the end of his performance of the ” The Final Countdown,” by Europe during the Mr. S-C competition Thursday night. Carver played the “air broom” as his talent. Carver said his future plan was surviving college and listed his hobbies as underwater basket weaving, long walks on the beach and crocheting with his grandmother. Among his other talents, Carver listed his ability to once being able to eat his bowl of cereal in one minute.

Senior Jayce Simoncic wows the audience of 350 people at the 2016 Mr. S-C Competition, with his ability to recite pi while eating pie, and doing a combination of push ups and sit-up in two minutes. Simoncic was able to recite the number out to 25 places. Among his other professions Simoncic said prior to the competition were his professionalism and love of math. Ten juniors and seniors competed for the title of Mr. S-C Thursday evening at Smith-Cotton High School.

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