Meet the Warriors: Wyoming Area senior interviews


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Matthew Dovidas


Mitchell DeAngelo


Autumn Fuller


Klaryssa Kolbeck



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    Autumn Fuller

    By Sabrina Ciannilli, 2016

    Autumn Fuller, daughter of Sam and Leah Fuller, resides in Wyoming. Autumn is a member of Student Council and works part-time at Gerrity’s. Her favorite hobby is shopping and she has an interest in art. Her favorite subjects are math and English. Mr. Hando is her most influential teacher because he taught her how to take notes properly and also how to have fun in English class.

    Autumn’s most memorable moment from her years at Wyoming Area was attending her first prom junior year. After high school, Autumn plans to attend a local college and she is leaning towards majoring in Education. She looks forward to making new friends and learning new things. The person she looks up to most is her mother. Three words she would use to describe herself would be kind, caring and organized.

    Klaryssa Kolbeck

    By Morgan Maslousky, 2017

    Klaryssa Kolbeck, daughter of Donna and Robert Kolbeck, resides in West Pittston. She is a member of Drama Club and enjoys playing the flute. Her favorite subjects in school are math and science.

    Her favorite memory at Wyoming Area is the spring band concert, when all the seniors gave gifts to Mrs. Riley. Her favorite teacher is Mrs. Riley because she helped her become a better person and musician. Her plans after graduation include going to college, getting a house and buying a car.

    Klaryssa wants to go to college to major in Marine Biology. She is looking forward to meeting new people. When she finishes college, she wants to work as a Marine biologist somewhere in Florida. Someone she looks up to in her life as a role model is her mom. Klaryssa would describe herself as independent, nice and smart.

    Matthew Dovidas

    By Morgan Maslousky, 2017

    Matthew Dovidas, son of Melanie and the late Mark Dovidas, resides in Exeter. He is an active member of Student Council and Envirothon. He has been on the WA swim team for two years and competes in the 100 meter freestyle. His hobbies include collecting keychains, being a member of the Boy Scouts of America, The National Eagle Scout Association and the Order of the Arrow. His most memorable moment was going to prom and having fun dancing.

    His favorite classes are math and science. The person who had the biggest influence on Matt is Mrs. Ciampi because she helped him through some tough times. After graduation, he plans to attend college, preferably the University of Maine at Farmington, to major in Environmental Science.

    Matthew plans to work with the DEP or a similar environmental association to help save the environment. What he looks forward to most upon entering college is moving to a new state and making new friends. Three words he would use to describe himself are Scout, loving and outgoing.

    Mitchell DeAngelo

    By Dominique Denisco, 2016

    Mitchell DeAngelo is the son of Kim and Mark DeAngelo and a resident of Exeter. Mitchell is a member of the Student Council Executive Board as well as a part-time employee, working between 25 and 35 hours per week. Outside of these activities, Mitchell enjoys playing basketball.

    Upon graduating, Mitchell is most excited for the different types of classes that college has to offer. As a role model, Mitchell looks up to his father. In three words, Mitchell can be best described as nice, fun and courageous.

    Matthew Dovidas
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Matthew-Dovidas.jpgMatthew Dovidas

    Mitchell DeAngelo
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Mitchell-DeAngelo.jpgMitchell DeAngelo

    Autumn Fuller
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Autumn-Fuller.jpgAutumn Fuller

    Klaryssa Kolbeck
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Klaryssa-Kolbeck.jpgKlaryssa Kolbeck

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    Information provided by the Wyoming Area Journalism Club

    Information provided by the Wyoming Area Journalism Club

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