Toni McArthur Bouck, is the daughter of Todd and Monica Bouck, of Woodsboro.
Toni is ranked in the top 10 percent of the Woodsboro senior class. She plans to attend Mays School of Business at Texas A&M University this fall. Her plans are to pursue a career in marketing.
She has received the Woodsboro Board of Trustees Academic award all three years and has maintained distinguished honor roll throughout high school. Toni has taken dual credit classes since the fall of her junior year and will graduate with 42 college credit hours. She is the two-year president of the National Honor Society.
Toni has been an active member in her school’s clubs all four years of high school. She has been a four year officer and is currently president of the Business Professionals of America. She is also a three-year officer of the Spanish Club. Toni is the senior class vice president as well as a two-year officer of the Student Council.
Over the past four years, Toni has participated in numerous community service projects for many communities. She has participated in Toys for Tots, food drives, and blanket drives. She has also participated in the Bayside town clean up, helped withe Woodsboro back to school bash, and served med-week meals at a church.
Her sophomore year, Toni was a varsity cheerleader. She played junior varsity mixed doubles tennis and won second in district. Her sophomore and senior years she participated in the color guard of the Woodsboro Mighty Eagle Band.
Toni has also participated in UIL Literary events, competing in several categories over the past four years. She has been a two-year regional qualifier and state alternate in UIL accounting
Toni also performs in the school’s One Act Play. She has won several all-star cast awards and participated in the state honor crew in Austin last spring.
Malorie Nesloney is the daughter of Kay Roach and John Nesloney, of Woodsboro.
Nesloney is in the top quarter of her class and plans to attend Blinn Junior College in Brenham and then transfer to a university that offers a dental hygiene program. Her field of interest is orthodontology.
Malorie is an active member in her community and school. She has received the Board of Trustees Academic Excellence Award since her freshman year. She has been taking dual credit classes since her junior year and will graduate with 30 college hours. Malorie has competed in headline writing her junior year and is currently on the accounting team.
Malorie has been a member of Student Council all four years of high school and is currently the president. Each year she has participated in Woodsboro’s annual Halloween carnival and Toys for Tots.
She was inducted into National Honor Society her sophomore year and holds the office of vice president. She was vice president of her class her freshman year and has been president since her sophomore year.
Active in sports, she was a member of the junior varsity volleyball team her freshman year. She has also been a member of the varsity softball team all four years of high school. Her sophomore year she was voted Defensive MVP of her district, First Team All-District Pitcher her junior year, and Academic All District her sophomore and junior years.
She was also selected for the Texas girls Coaches Association All-State Softball Team her junior year.
Her sophomore and senior years she was voted Miss Spirit and was the 2012 Homecoming Queen. Malorie was also on the 2012 prom court. She is a member of the Church of Christ in Woodsboro.
Kasie Fierova is the daughter of Henry and Ann Fierova of Woodsboro.
Fierova is a “A” student in the top quarter of her class and is currently considering Del Mar College and Texas Lutheran University. She plans to study veterinary medicine.
Kasie is a three-year National Honor Society member. She was awarded Academic All-District in basketball for two years and softball for one year. Kasie will have completed 12 hours of dual credit classes by graduation.
Kasie is currently co-captain of the WHS cheerleading squad and captain of the girl’s golf team. She is also an active member of her senior class and holds the office of treasurer. She serves as a student council representative and participates in blood drives, Relay for Life, Toys for Tots and food drives.
Kasie has been the lead vocalist for the St. Therese Catholic Church Choir for the past five years and also participating in CCD classes, youth group and as a lector. She supports her community by singing at funerals, weddings, and special events such as the 911 tribute to fire, police and the military members of Refugio County.
Most recently, she sang at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall program. She has sung at numerous nursing homes, church groups and the Chamber of Commerce banquet. For the past four years, she has sung and worked the concession stand at the Refugio County Opry show; supporting scholarships for Seniors.
Kasie has participated in volleyball, basketball, track, tennis, cross country, softball, and golf. In golf, she is a three-time state qualifier, 1st Team All District, and All South Texas.
She is a four-year “All American” cheerleader and a one-year band member. An active UIL participant, Kasie competed in poetry and was a regional qualifier; and as a soloist, she was a state qualifier.
Kasie has performed in the One Act Play Cast and received the award of Honorable Mention All Star Cast. She was a duchess in the WHS Homecoming Court and is the 2012 Prom Queen Emerald.
Kasie is an eight-year member of the South Texas Jr. PGA where she played in dozens of summer tournaments. She was an active member of the Coastal Bend Gospel Music Association and won an award for “Contemporary Gospel Group of the Year.”