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Standout students recognized by peers
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Another school year is drawing to an end, especially for Warren County High School seniors. Graduation is set for May 25 at Nunley Stadium at Warren County Middle School at 7 p.m.
The selection of senior class superlatives is always an exciting time for students, especially if you are lucky enough to be named on the prestigious list. The honorees receive votes from their fellow classmates for the recognition.
Brett Mullican and Emily Crawford were chosen as Mr. and Ms. Warren County High School. Mullican says he feels good about receiving the title.
“It’s a good feeling, an honor knowing my fellow classmates voted for me,” said Mullican. Although he has enjoyed high school, he’s ready for the next step in his life. He is planning to attend Tennessee Technological University and study something in the medical field, possibly physical therapy. 
His counterpart, Crawford is one of the class co-validictorians and is active in soccer, NHS and Interact. She is particularly honored with the title, and is pleased people other than friends voted for her.
“I started high school here, coming from Dibrell Elementary, a small county school, and it’s been great coming here, making new friends and meeting new people,” said Crawford. 
Most Dependable is Nicole Mullican and Justin Woodlee. When asked what being dependable entails, Justin said, “It’s always being there when your friends or anyone else needs you.”
Nicole feels the same, saying, “I have always wanted my friends to know that I would be there for them, and now I think they do, even though I was surprised when I heard I won.”
Mullican and Woodlee are also a dating couple, planning to attend this weekend’s prom together. In fact, the honors keep coming their way, as they are nominated for Prom King and Queen.
Other seniors receiving superlative status are:
Most Studious — Emily Gawel and Jesse Hanley
Most Courteous —  Taylor Johnson and Nick Cantrell
Most Popular —  Allison Connor and Mitchell McCorkle
Most Talented —  Lorin Rubley and Devin Bouldin
Most Athletic —  Lauren Wilkinson and Justin Ware
Most Dependable —  Nicole Mullican and Justin Woodlee
Most Likely to Succeed —  Holly Morgan and Kevin Flatt