Meet the Patriots: Pittston Area senior interviews

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Molly Walsh

Molly Walsh resides in Pittston with her parents, Mike and Mary Walsh. Molly’s best friends include Kate Musto and Julia Stella. She is involved in field hockey, track and field, Key Club, art club, FBLA, and Science Olympiad. Molly’s favorite food is a “mini with sweet sauce” from Angelo’s Pizzeria.

Molly’s most challenging part of high school was homework quizzes given by her favorite teacher, Mr. Amitia. Walsh’s other favorite teachers are Mr. Richards, Mrs. Miller, and Mrs. Plis. “If I could teach any class in the world it would be a secondary math class,” said Walsh.

After high school Molly plans to attend college and graduate with a dual major in engineering and business. If she were to redo high school she would try harder in her classes and not worry over little things. Molly described her high school career as hard. Molly is most looking forward to being independent when she becomes an adult.

Christine Donnelly

Christine Donnelly resides in Pittston with her mother, Tara Donnelly. She is involved in marching band, jazz band, concert band, chorus, Zero Conflict Club, and Relay for Life. Donnelly’s most memorable high school moment was being able to go to Wilkes-Barre Area Career and Technical Center. Also, Christine enjoyed going to marching band and being with her friends.

Christine’s best friends include Bridgette Brant, Amy Shotwell, Jamie and Alyssa Bukevicz, Joclyn Wilk, and Samantha, Sarah, and Kimberly Pontier. Her favorite teachers include Mrs. Plis, Mr. Burdett, and Mrs. Bauman. After high school, Christine plans to attend college and get a degree in physical therapy or pre-medicine.

Ryan Verrier

Ryan Verrier resides with his parents, Karen and John, in Yatesville. His favorite food is honey barbecue chicken and his favorite teacher is Mrs. Getridge. If he could teach any class in the world, he would teach a psychology class. Ryan’s most memorable moment of high school was his first day of senior year. After graduating high school he plans to attend college.

Ryan’s most challenging part of high school was getting out of bed, and if he could redo anything he would attend as many days as possible. Ryan’s favorite song is “Civil War” by Guns N’ Roses and his favorite band is Queen.

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Information provided by Pittston Area High School.

Information provided by Pittston Area High School.

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