Little Falls Community High School names its top 10 students
Michael Borders is the son of Cathy Borders and Greg Borders.
During his high school career, Borders was active in Knowledge Bowl, Math League, the Economics Challenge, Personal Finance Decathlon and the National Honor Society (NHS). He enjoys video games and playing sports during his free time.
Borders plans to attend North Dakota State University (NDSU).
Ingrid Floersheim is the daughter of Marv Miller and Teresa Floersheim-Miller.
Throughout high school, Floersheim was involved in soccer, Nordic skiing, track and field, DECA, wind ensemble, Math League and the NHS. In her free time, she enjoys running, hiking, fishing, reading, swimming and hanging out with friends.
In the fall, Floersheim will attend Concordia College to obtain a degree in anthropology to pursue a career in archaeology.
Hannah Harkin is the daughter of Ronda Harkin.
Nordic skiing, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Math League, Key Club, NHS, Youth As Resources and Stand Up for You are all activities Harkin was involved in during high school. She enjoys skiing, canoeing, spending time with family and friends and fishing in her free time.
Following graduation, Harkin plans to attend the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities.
Alayna Kabanuk is the daughter of Lori Kush and Brent Kabanuk and stepfather, Dave Kush.
During her high school career, Kabanuk was involved in Flyer Athletic Leadership (FAL) Council, Student Council, Math League, volleyball, softball and boys’ hockey stats. She enjoys playing and practicing sports, hanging with friends, reading books, thunder storms, sleeping and spending time with her family.
In the fall, Kabanuk will attend Concordia College in Moorhead and hopes to one day get accepted into medical school to become a doctor.
Lexi Kapsner is the daughter of Kevin and Nancy Kapsner.
Activities Kapsner was involved in throughout high school include varsity volleyball, FCA, FAL Council, NHS, and was the wrestling manager. Playing volleyball or any sport, singing, playing piano, riding horses, hunting, reading, being outdoors and spending time with her family are all ways Kapsner enjoys her free time.
In the fall, Kapsner will attend Jamestown College in North Dakota, where she will play volleyball for the team. She plans to pursue a career in elementary education with a minor in leadership, as well as working toward a coaching certificate.
Katelyn Koval is the daughter of Jerome and Mary Koval.
Throughout high school, Koval volunteered at her church, was a member of the NHS and helped on the family farm. In her free time, Koval enjoys hiking, four-wheeling, hanging out with friends and traveling.
Upon graduation, Koval plans to complete a pre-med major – biochemistry/molecular biology at the University of Minnesota – Duluth before going on to become a pediatric surgeon.
Maggie Moe is the daughter of Dan and Jeanne Moe.
During high school, she was involved in cross country, basketball, track, link crew, Math League and the NHS. Moe enjoys running, watching movies and hanging out with family and friends during her free time.
This fall, Moe plans to attend the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth.
Annie Ploof is the daughter of Doug and Linda Ploof.
Soccer, basketball, Student Council, link crew, Prom Committee, NHS and concert choir were activities Ploof was involved in during high school. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with friends and family, playing guitar, reading, hunting, fishing and traveling.
Following graduation, Ploof will attend the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities for science and engineering.
Derek Toso is the son of Kelly Toso and Brian Toso.
During high school, he was involved in soccer, track, Knowledge Bowl, the Economics Challenge and Personal Finance. Toso enjoys video games and sports.
This fall, Toso plans to attend the University of Minnesota in Morris to major in economics.
Marie Veillette is the daughter of Douglas and Laurie Veillette.
She was involved in band and DECA during her high school career. Veillette enjoys writing, reading, working at the Dairy Queen, spending time with friends and family, listening to music and baseball in her spare time.
After graduation, Veillette plans to attend Minnesota State University in Moorhead to study English and mass communications as a major and economics as a minor.