Meet the Patriots: Pittston Area senior interviews

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    Chaz Yager

    Chaz Yager is a resident of Avoca and the son of Bob and Cheri Yager. Mrs. Craig is his favorite teacher, and his most memorable moment was “running out of junior year with my best friends, who were seniors, playing ‘School’s Out’ on a wireless speaker as loud as we could.”

    Spaghetti is just one of Chaz’s favorite foods, and he enjoys the movie “The Big Lewboski.” Chaz had a lot of friends but his best friends are Christian Hansen, Anthony Damico, Cynthia Driscoll, and Andrew Podrasky. After graduating high school he wants to attend college and maybe medical school. Chaz is looking forward to living the “American Dream” when becoming an adult.

    Adison Hazlet

    Adison Hazlet is the daughter of Lon and Amy Hazlet. She resides in Pittston Township. Her most memorable high school moment was when she broke a 27-year-old school swim record. During her free time she hangs out with her two best friends, Kate Musto and Erica Colon. After graduating high school she would like to attend college.

    Marley O’Brien

    Marley O’Brien, a resident of Duryea, is the daughter of Thomas and Patricia O’Brien. During her high school career, Marley’s most memorable moment was winning the school’s first girls basketball district championship.

    Some of Marley’s favorites are pizza and the movie “Pitch Perfect.” After graduating she would like to attend college and major in athletic training and continue her athletic career. The most challenging part of high school for her was balancing classes, sports, and extracurricular activities. Fast is the word she would use to describe high school.

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    Information provided by the Pittston Area Journalism Club.

    Information provided by the Pittston Area Journalism Club.

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