Mayci Jones. Mayci is being escorted tonight by her parents Brandon and Debbie Jaggers and her little sister Layni. Mayci has been a member of our Lady Tiger basketball program for 5 years while serving as Varsity Manager her senior year. Mayci is also a member of the Track and Varsity Softball program. Throughout Mayci’s journey, the growth and strength she has achieved in Sports and conditioning is something she will never forget. Mayci’s most memorable moment is when Coach Turner stole the rest of the Cookies and Cream Ice Cream from us in College Station. When asked what she will miss most about being a Lady Tiger, she states, “I will miss the laughs, memories, and the friendships I have made throughout my athletic journey” Mayci’s future plans are to attend Weatherford College to pursue a career in sonography. Mayci would like to thank her mom and dad for always being there and never doubting her, her sister for always cheering her on, and also her coaches for always laughing at her jokes. She’s obviously funny and if we tell you any different we are obviously lying.
Abigail Staples. Abigail is being escorted tonight by her parents Steve and Shiloh Staples. Abigail is a 2 year Varsity letterman who has given 6 years to our Lady Tiger Basketball program. Abigail is also a member of National Honor Society, WIT, and an FCA leader. Abigail’s athletic accomplishments include Academic All-District and Honorable Mention her junior year. Abigail’s most memorable moment was when Aimee broke Sam’s nose in practice her junior year. When asked what she will miss most about being a Lady Tiger, she states, “Pregaming with Aimee and laughing with my teammates” Abigail’s future plans are to attend the University of Mary Hardin Baylor to pursue a degree in psychology. She would like to thank her parents for coming to all of her games and a special thanks to her brother for being her best friend and always making her laugh!!!!
Samantha Brooke Ellenberger. Sam is being escorted tonight by her parents William and Veronica Ellenberger and her younger sister Sara. Sam has been lacing up her basketball shoes since her kindergarten year. She is a 3 year letterman while giving six years to our Lady Tiger Basketball program. Sam is also a member of the National Junior Honor Society, WIT, the award winning Tiger Pride Band and Color Guard, and Vice President of the Environmental Club. Sam’s athletic accomplishments include Honorable Mention, and Academic All-District her sophomore year and 1st Team All-District and Academic All-District her Junior year. Sam’s most memorable moment is when Aimee broke her nose last year in practice causing her to wear a face mask for her games moving forward, also the fact that she has created a new term ‘Sam’s Disease” for always tripping over lines in practices and games, and lastly from all the excitement surrounding her many charges she has taken on the court as a Lady Tiger. When asked what she will miss most about being a Lady Tiger, she states, “The friendships I’ve made over the many years, the jokes, and the competition” Sam’s future plans are to attend McMurry University to major in Education. Sam would like to thank all her friends and family for supporting and believing in her in all her endeavors. She would also like to thank her Mimi and Papa for supporting her and encouraging her before and after games. Lastly, Sam would like to thank her coaches and teammates for always pushing her to become the player she is today. She doesn’t know where she would be without all the support. Chargequeen Out!!
Shealyn Melton. Shea is being escorted tonight by her parents Shawn and Melody Melton. Shea has given four years to our Lady Tiger Basketball program. Shea is also a member of Lady Tiger Cheer. Shea has given us many great memories and has entertained us with her genuine personality, smile, and awesome dance moves!! When asked what she will miss most about being a Lady Tiger, she states, “EVERYTHING.” Shea’s future plans are staying in Glen Rose while attending a work program. Shea then hopes to attend college that offers programs for adults with special needs. Shea would like to Thank the Glen Rose Schools for giving her the opportunity to be able to compete in sports and Cheer in front of her Tiger Family!!