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Senior superlatives announced

Tyhir Phillips
Tyhir Phillips (left) was named drama king, while Too Jemahwuo was named class clown in the annual senior superlatives voting. The two young men, who are close friends, lost out to James Klusarits and Stephen Thomson for best bromance.

This past week, Archbishop Carroll’s senior superlative winners showed mixed emotions about their winning titles. 

Tyhir Phillips secured the title of “drama king” with a clear 87 percent of the votes, leaving Michael Zazula trailing far behind with a mere 13 percent. Despite winning by a landslide, Phillips explained his displeasure about being crowned.

“I don’t wanna be drama king,” said Phillips. “I expected it to happen, but I honestly just didn’t want it to.”

Similarly, Phillips’ buddy, Too Jemahwuo, was not excited about his “class clown” title.

“I’m not a class clown,” said Jemahwuo, although he added he was not surprised to have won the title. “I feel like I am a prestigious actor.”

In contrast, some seniors embraced their superlative titles with enthusiasm. 

Marco Petroccia, who, alongside Sarah Wood, won the title of “cutest couple,” expressed delight at the recognition.

“I feel like the people just knew what to do when they voted for me and Sarah,” said Petroccia. “I am excited to share this title with her.”

Lastly, Carroll’s students didn’t let Anthony Auteri stand a chance when it came to the title of “Most Like a Dad.” Stephen Thomson won with over 77 percent of the votes. 

“What can I say?” said Thomson. “I’m a dad.”

The senior superlatives are listed annually in the senior section of the yearbook. The Honors Journalism class decided what the senior superlatives would be and Mr. Christopher Fryberger, assistant principal for student life, sent out a Google Form to seniors at the beginning of this year asking for nominations in each category. The two boys and two girls who got the most nominations in each category became the finalists. Seniors completed another Google Form to decide the winners from the nominees.

The following are the 2024 senior superlatives winners:

  • Worst drivers: Lola Mortelliti and Connell Palasky
  • Most likely to show up to class with coffee: Joy Waldmann and Kevin Carroll
  • Most likely to be late for graduation: Ebony Groce and James Klusarits
  • Most likely to fall asleep at graduation: Ruthie Kozak and Tony Williams
  • Most like a mom/dad: Jessica Stensrud and Stephen Thomson
  • Biggest flirt: Kylah Herrera and Myles DeShields
  • Most likely to win an Oscar, Emmy, Grammy, or Tony: Rachel Durham and Billy Englert
  • Most likely to go pro: Brooke Wilson and Gavin Wray
  • Most likely to succeed: Brooke Wilson and Stephen Finley
  • Class clown: Grace Klenn and Too Jemahwuo
  • Best girl friends: Victoria Nocito and Rebecca Marano
  • Best bromance: James Klusarits and Stephen Thomson
  • Drama queen and king: Rachel Durham and Tyhir Phillips
  • Most likely to be famous: Brooke Wilson and Billy Englert
  • Cutest couple: Sarah Wood and Marco Petroccia
  • Life of the party: Grace Klenn and Hayden Skowronek
  • Most school spirited: Julia Craskey and Hayden Skowronek
  • Teacher’s pet: Rose Procaccini and Kevin Carroll
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