Senior superlative special: Most spirited

Seniors Evan Leavitt and Ashton Baze

Sydney Horne

Seniors Evan Leavitt and Ashton Baze

One of McIntosh’s favorite senior superlative category, most spirited, is always competitive and difficult to narrow down. The winners for this years senior class are definitely fitting and represent MHS accurately. Ashton Baze and Evan Leavitt are MHS’s most spirited for the 2014 year.

The female senior winner, Ashton Baze, is constantly looking for more ways to get involved in her school. Currently a member of Latin club, FBLA and Pals club, Ashton continues to support these clubs now through her fourth year. Chick-fil-a Considering she moved here in 2008 from Texas, Ashton did not hesitate to immediately become involved in her community. Ashton enjoys supporting all of McIntosh’s sports teams throughout all seasons. In fact, she was passed down the traditional MHS flag and crowned flag girl with one of her best friends Amanda Bartholomew by the previous seniors in the class of 2013. Ashton says, “I am ecstatic about being nominated most spirited by my peers because I love supporting my Chiefs more and more everyday!”

Evan Leavitt, currently one of McIntosh’s biggest fans, was awarded the male title of most spirited. Always cheering on the Chiefs in the stands at MHS’s football games, Evan is the McIntosh’s Chief. Being the McIntosh mascot comes with responsibility and dedication, and lots of energy. Last years mascot, Zeke Robertson, saw Evan’s potential and was quick to pass down the Chief costume. Evan also plays soccer for the Chiefs in the spring season. When Evan was asked how he felt when he was named most spirited, he stated, “I knew I was going to be awarded most spirited, because thats just part of the tradition that comes with accepting the Chief uniform.”