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SENIOR SUPERLATIVES

Sydney Mis, Co-Editor

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The senior class of 2018’s senior superlatives are in. They are as follows:

 

Best Dressed

Camryn DoMonte and Kyle Cardoso

 

Most Likely to Succeed

Jillian Levesque and Michael Ferreira

 

Cutest Couple

Colin Ryder and Camryn DoMonte

 

Most Musical

Juliette Beaulieu and David Marshall Jr.

 

Nicest Smile

Paige Capone and Devon Urena

 

Most Raider Pride

Samantha Borges and Chase Franco

 

Cutest Friends

Sierra Teves and Camryn DoMonte

 

Most Likely to be Famous

Alexandria Celia and Jack Caron

 

Most Memorable Laugh

Erin Rockcliffe and Ian Rodriguez

 

Life of the Party

Maegan Teixeira and Scott Lebeau

 

Most Athletic

Megan Antaya and Chase Stafford

 

Class Clown

Lindsay Chubbuck and Matt Shea

 

Best Shoulder to Cry On

Mariah Mahjoory and Samuel Arruda

 

Most Unique

Catherine Casey and Kevin Correa

 

Most Accident Prone

Mackenzie Reis and Ryan Beaulieu

 

Best All Around Person

Gina Gagliardi and Devon Barros

 

Most Artistic

Faye Silvia and Benjamin Matos

 

Most Likely to Win the Nobel Peace Prize

Autumn Rayray and Kevin Conlon

 

Most Likely to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse

Aliyah Welker and Hunter Dusio

 

Social Media Famous

Kara Desjarlais and Luke Faria

 

Real Life Social Butterfly

Kara Kanuse and Colin Ryder

 

Best Person to Bring Home to Mom

Abigail Cadorette and Christian Rose

 

Most likely to Live Abroad

Nicole Mitton and Eddy Raad

 

Most Dependable

Emily Binette and James Arruda

 

Most Sarcastic

Tayla Bissonnette and Jacob Rebello

 

Best Dancer

Olivia Luciano and Jonah Salamon

 

Best Bromance

Eddy Raad and Zach Martin

 

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