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Senior Feature: Connor Cranage

Senior Connor Carnage plans on attending college, majoring in the field of sports medicine 

Cranage, who says he enjoys playing and watching sports, is a member of the school’s basketball (9th-12th) and volleyball (9th-12th) teams.

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While being one of the Blue Ridge’s top athlete, he also plays a part in the school’s clubs, Student Council (10th-12th), SADD (10th-12th) and NHS (10th-12th).

Connor’s favorite high school memory is when his basketball team won the league for the first time in Blue Ridge school’s history (70 years).
“All of our team, cheerleaders, and fans were in one big huddle watching the Elk Lake vs Forest City game and when Elk Lake won, there was this huge erupting of cheering.”

Cranage says, “This is my favorite memory because of how our team made history at our school. We did something that was never done at Blue Ridge. It was awesome to achieve that feat with my teammates I’ve been playing with since elementary school.”

Q & A with Connor Cranage

R.R. What will you miss most from Blue Ridge High School?

C.C. The thing I’ll miss the most about BR is the community, the sports, and my friends.”

R.R. Who is your favorite teacher, and why?

C.C.Mrs. Brown (Bailey). She genuinely cares about our future and wants to see us succeed. She will always be real with you and hold you accountable. The way she teaches and conducts her classroom really prepares you for the real world.”

R.R. What is your favorite class this year?

C.C.Weightlifting. It gave us an opportunity to better ourselves each day and gave us something to look forward to during the school day. It was a nice outlet from all the stress school brings.”

R.R. What is your favorite lunch from the school’s cafeteria?

C.C.Loaded Baked Potato or Goulash”

R.R. Do you have any advice for underclassmen?

C.C.Don’t take high school too seriously. You never get these years back so just enjoy the moment because it goes by way too fast.”



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Madeline Naylor
Madeline Naylor
Madeline Naylor is a senior at Blue Ridge School District, this is her first year in journalism. She spends most of her time running and hanging out with her friends. In the future she will attend Misericordia running track and cross country, also pursuing a major in social work.
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