Woodcreek’s NHS talent explosion

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Woodcreek’s NHS talent explosion

Riya Shrestha and Emily Roese, Journalism 1 Staff Reporters

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Talent. A word that has many different meanings, you can be talented in so many ways. One thing for sure, is students at Woodcreek High School definitely have a lot of it.

The Me-One talent show at WHS on Wednesday, April 29, was one to remember. There were people doing all kinds of things: dancing, from traditional Indian routines to acrobatic jazz routines, singing, everything from ballads to alternative music, there was a karate routine, and even a couple DJs.

 

But behind the scenes, behind the bright stage lights and the screaming crowds, were the performers thrumming with nervous energy as they practiced their acts over and over in preparation for the show. The performers had been at the show since 5 to be prepared for the show that started at 7, and had to wait outside the cafeteria full of people as the others performed.


From start to end the whole cafeteria was filled with clapping and cheering, as friends and family watched the performances. As the night drew to a close it was time for the judges to tally their votes and reveal the 3 winners. Everyone waited silently. Third place and 100 dollars went to Riya Shrestha and Isabelle Mundo. Second place with 200 dollars to Troy Smith. And finally, first place, and 300 dollars, went to Erika Molebash.

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