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Corridor Area Hometown Heros 2022 Nominees – Presented By Cushing Family Practice at Stillwater Medical

Sutton Titsworth  (Bristow) – He is a hard worker on the football field and leaves it all on the field. As a student, he works hard in the classroom and is a great kid.

Brooklyn McNac (Cleveland) – Brooklyn has a servant’s heart in everything she does. From being involved with multiple activities in her school to helping in the local and area communities. No task is too large or small for her. She manages to maintain a 4.0 GPA while working a part-time job and having an impeccable attendance record all while participating and giving of herself and all her free time to the many activities she participates in. She has a heart of gold, and it is evident in her passion for making her small hometown of Cleveland better every single day and paving the way for the younger generations to follow in.

Kady Rodman (Depew) – Kady does a great job of helping others anytime she can. Whether it is at school or in the community, she is ready to lend a hand.

Kylie Hewitt (Mannford) – As a student-athlete, Hewitt is an outstanding role model and example for the younger kids to look up to and work to be like.

Ty Gabbert (Meeker) – Ty is a great kid on and off the field. He is a natural leader and a great all-around young man.

Leslie Clark (Prague) – Leslie is a driven, charismatic, and humble leader. She has taken it upon herself over the last two years to improve student morale by creating an Elf on the Shelf competition and a Kolache Spirit week. She also placed positive messages on every student’s locker at the beginning of the year and is constantly decorating and coming up with ideas to make Prague High School a fun place to be. She has paid for most of the supplies out of her own pocket, and she has spent countless hours after school decorating halls and working on activities. She is a positive influence on those around her, yet humble when receiving praise. Leslie will be sorely missed when she graduates by not only the students but also the staff.

Tyler Evans (Wellston) – Tyler currently has a 3.61 GPA and is a member of the 2021 Principal’s Honor Roll and the National Honor Society. He was also awarded for academic excellence in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math by Gordon Cooper Technology Center. Tyler is also heavily involved in FFA where he is a member of Wellston’s skeet shooting team, shows sheep, and was recently awarded the Top Hand Award in Agricultural Mechanics, as well as Outstanding Proficiency in Turf Management. This past year he also started working at Wellston’s own Butcher’s BBQ. Most impressive, however, is what Tyler does with his free time. He is a member of the youth group and helps with Children’s Church at Wellston’s Assembly of God Church where he and his family attend. Tyler helps with Vacation Bible Study every year and has volunteered in the past to plant flowers both at the church and at the school.

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