Hannah Palmer wins 5th annual LHS talent show
Longview High School senior Hannah Palmer won the 5th annual UIL Academics "Longview High School's Got Talent" show Saturday, Nov. 12 at the Melton Center.
"Congratulations to all the students who participated, and thank you to those attending the performance," said Jeannine Brandon, UIL Academic Coordinator. "It was a great time for all."
The winners included:
1st Place, senior Hannah Palmer singing "Temporary Home."
2nd Place, senior Mya Patterson singing "Nothing is Original."
3rd Place, senior Abby Jester and sophomore Kaylee Raymer singing "New York State of Mind."
Audience Choice Award went to senior Cynthia Rodriguez singing "Oceans."
Other participants were Addy Todd, Alyson Sanchez, Rhianna Cooper, Arissa Chennault, Brooke Lashua, Alison Caldwell, Carmen Vermillion, Matthew Ancira, ShaQuincy Watts, Jermichael Thompson, Jason Randall, McKenzie Bogue, and Khadejah Colbert.
Emcees were Stephanie Guck and Sid Montano. The show included additional performances by Kenton Walker (Choir Director at LHS), Heather Cisco (Math teacher and UIL Coach), D'Keryan Alexander, and Stephanie Guck.
All proceeds from the event are allocated to the UIL Academics scholarship, which is in its second year.
"I am always amazed at the many talents at Longview High School, and look forward to producing the sixth annual show next year," Brandon added.