Senior Spotlight

Posted April 25, 2013 at 5:00 am


Cole Oltmanns

by: Carla Robinson

student reporter

Cole Oltmanns, son of Mark and Deb Oltmanns and Kerri Correia, was born May 14, 1994 in Sioux Falls.

Cole has three siblings, two brothers, Brendan Uhl and Devon Harmon, and one sister, Desi Oltmanns.

Cole’s favorite sport is baseball; his favorite movie is The Guardian; his favorite musician is George Strait; and his favorite saying is, “Just as well.”

Cole’s favorite childhood memory is pulling his friends around town behind his lawn mower.

When Cole was younger, he imagined himself as a farmer.

The person who inspired Cole the most is his dad because he is a great role model and Cole looks up to him.

Cole’s most memorable moment is when he and Garrett Finzen finished building the Hen House.

Cole’s most embarassing moment was standing on the sidelines for the first three football games of his senior year.

Cole’s favorite pastimes are hiking, fishing, hunting, and hanging out with friends.

Cole’s greatest achievement is becoming a member of the Akron Fire Department.

While in high school, Cole has been involved in football, wrestling, and baseball.

Cole is currently employed for the city of Akron; he works as a firefighter with the Akron Fire Department.

What Cole likes most about high school is getting to see his friends.

If Cole could give any advice to underclassmen it would be, “Always do your homework.”

Cole’s biggest regret about high school is getting into trouble during football.

Cole’s favorite excuse for not turning in his homework on time is, “I didn’t have time for it.” Also, his favorite excuse for being tardy is, “I went to the wrong class.”

While in high school, Cole’s favorite class has been any class with Mr. Kent Johnson because he and Mr. Johnson always give each other a hard time.

After high school, Cole plans to attend college.

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