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Emery football honors senior players


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Cory Hansen is the son of Gregg and Emily Hansen of Castle Dale. Cory is a very responsible, dependable person. He is a great help to his parents and his younger siblings respect and look up to him. Cory enjoys playing the guitar, working on cars, and spending time with his friends. Cory is looking forward to attending CEU next year, following which he will serve an LDS mission. Upon returning from his mission Cory would like to pursue a career in the military. He is still debating on which branch to enlist, Air Force or Navy. Cory will continue his education and plans to become a pilot or mechanic.

Derek Tuttle is the 17 year old son of Wayne and Elise Tuttle of Orangeville. He plays quarterback for the Spartans. The highlight of the season for him so far was the game against Union. He maintains a 3.9 GPA. His favorite classes are physics and history. He enjoys football, basketball, hunting, camping and cinematography. He is very social and likes to be with his friends and family. After graduation he plans to attend college and serve a mission.

Seth is the son of Steve and Michelle Scovill of Castle Dale. He is the youngest of four children. He has one brother and two sisters. He is"Uncle Seth"to five nephews and four nieces who love and adore him. Seth is always joking around and has a way of making people happy. He enjoys doing things with his family, hiking with his dog Buddy, riding 4-wheelers, hunting, fishing, shooting and hanging out with a house full of friends. His favorite food is steak. Seth loves playing football. He has played for Emery High since he was a freshman and has enjoyed being a team captain this year. After graduation he plans to attend college and serve an LDS mission. His family is very proud of him and loves him very much.

Hadan Hatch is the 18 year old son of Jordan and Joel Hatch of Huntington. Hadan plays an offensive lineman. Hadan maintains a 3.9 GPA while playing football and wrestling for Emery High. In his hours after school, Hadan works very hard on the family ranch. Hadan plans to attend college after high school and earn a PhD in psychology.

Joey Stream is the youngest child of Steven and Carol Ann Stream. He is a likeable boy and really enjoys his social life, perhaps too much according to some teachers. He has 10 brothers and sisters so he has had 12 bosses during his growing up years. He has been an especially good guinea pig for his brothers through the years as a wrestling partner, boxing partner, and first time thought up dangerous stunt tryer. In spite of all of these events he has survived and become a tougher and wiser person because of them. He loves football, texting, sleeping, and hanging out with his friends, no particular order. Joey really is a people person. After high school graduation, Joey plans to continue his education and pursue a career in physical therapy.

Chandler is the youngest son of Carl and Elizabeth Ann Fillmore and the grandson of Reva Fillmore all of Lawrence. He has two brothers, two brothers-in-law, 3 sisters and one sister-in-law. He loves to play with his three nephews and two nieces especially now that they are "fun-size." Chandler loves to tease and has perfected the art. His best friend is his boxer - Charles. He loves to do anything outdoors and loves working on the farm. He takes great pride in woodworking and has followed his dad around the shop since he could walk, and has earned first place ribbons in his woodworking projects. Chandler loves playing football at Emery and has become a Raiders Fan along with his oldest brother who took him to a Raiders game in Oakland.

Chandler's favorite activity is hiking and has hiked the Grand Canyon rim-to-rim, twice. This year after his Grand Canyon hike, he hiked the Wind Rivers in Wyoming, with his uncle.

Chandler loves to ride his 4-wheeler and has put on hundreds of miles while working on the farm. His parents love and appreciate all he does and they aren't sure what they are going to do without him next year. Chandler wants to go to college, serve an LDS Mission and eventually become an engineer.

JT is the son of Jeff and Melanie Noyes of Ferron. He has one brother Blayke and one sister Gentry. He has participated in football, baseball and track in High School. He loves the game of football and everything about it. This is his second year starting varsity.

JT works at the Emery County Care and Rehabilitation Center in Ferron as a CNA and Housekeeping Aide. He enjoys his job and loves taking care of the residents.

After school he plans to attend College of Eastern Utah and Utah State University to earn a nursing degree and become a nurse anesthetist.

JT would like to thank his coaches for all that they have done for him to help him become a better football player and a better person.

Tanner is the son of Kent and Diane Procarione. He is fun to be around, and has a huge heart. He loves sports. football and basketball are his favorites, and you can bet if there is a Colts or Heat game on he is watching and he is yelling and screaming. He loves to eat and he would eat Cafe Rio every day if he could. Tanner's family loves him very much, especially his little niece Maddie.

Derrick Allred is the 18 year old son of Rick and Dawnette Allred. He is from Huntington. His hobbies include playing all types of sports, fishing, and hanging out with his friends and family. After graduating from high school, Derrick plans to attend college and pursue a career in law enforcement.

Dusty Jensen is the 17 year old son of Pete and Claudia Jensen of Elmo. He is the family clown and keeps them laughing.

Dusty loves sports and has played them all his life. Football has always been his favorite. Dusty hunts, fishes and likes camping with his family. He recently started playing the guitar. Dusty plans to go to College of Eastern Utah in January to start college.

Juston enjoys lifting weights, riding 4-wheelers and snowmobiling. He also enjoys hunting, fishing and photography.

Juston's favorite football teams are the Utah Utes and Florida Gators. After graduation Juston plans to spend the summer in Alaska and attending college in the fall. He is the son of Mike and Kolleen Roper.

Adam Clark is the son of Ed and Tracy Clark of Ferron. Adam likes to Hunt, run a trap line, play football and work. He is a hard worker in everything that he does. Adam just completed all the requirements for his Eagle Scout rank and will recieve it sometime this month. This is Adams 4th year playing football at Emery High. He started as a freshman so he could play with his older brother Morgan. The past two years he has got to play with his younger brother Brian who is a Jr. this year. This has been fun for him to play with his brothers. This year Adam starts as Defensive Tackle. He likes to hit the other team.

Adam serves as this years FFA President and is involved in TSA. He has many favorite classes, but those related to the trades are the ones he likes the most. He also participates in seminary.

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