Meet the Warriors: Wyoming Area journalism students pen senior interviews


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Alexandria Sitkowski

By Dominique Denisco, 2016

Alexandria Sitkowski, daughter of Michelle and Rob Sitkowski, resides in Wyoming. She is a senior representative on Wyoming Area’s Student Council Executive Board as well as a member of the Journalism Club. Aside from these organizations, Alexandria is a captain of the Wyoming Area cheerleading squad, with nine years of cheerleading under her belt. When Alexandria is not spending her time on schoolwork or school related activities she can be found working at the Snack Shack in Wilkes-Barre.

Alexandria has a fondness for math, and an excitement to continue her education in college where she may also continue her longtime career in cheerleading. After college, Alexandria’s main goal is to become fully independent and obtain a satisfying job. Alexandria can be best described as charismatic, hyper, and organized.

Anthony Shaver

By Andy Franklin, 2017

Anthony Shaver, son of Cheri and Ronnie Shaver, resides in Falls. He plays the guard position for the boys’ varsity basketball team. He is also a three-year member of the golf team. His favorite subject in school is physics. The most memorable moment for Anthony is when WA was T-6, in the Tryba tournament during his senior year. The teacher who has had the greatest influence on Anthony is Mr. Williams because he’s a great teacher and golf coach.

Anthony’s goals in life include not having to worry about money and being able to raise a family of his own. He looks up to his grandfather in life. In three words, Anthony would describe himself as humble, shy, and hardworking.

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Information provided by the Wyoming Area Journalism Club.

Information provided by the Wyoming Area Journalism Club.

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