Senior Spotlight

Posted May 9, 2013 at 5:00 am


Gregg Taylor

by: Carla Robinson

student reporter

Gregg Taylor, son of Scott and Bonnie Taylor, was born October 6, 1994, in Sioux City.

Gregg has three older sisters, Kelli, Bobbi, and Michelle.

Gregg is sometimes called “GT” by his friends.

Gregg’s favorite sport is baseball; his favorite movie is Troy; his favorite musicians are Band of Horses, Thexx, and Drake; and his favorite saying is, “Hmmm. . . weird.”

When “GT” was younger, he imagined himself as a baseball player, a fireman, and a farmer.

If Gregg could relive one moment of his life, it would be his entire senior year.

The person who has inspired Gregg the most is his nephew Gavin because he never gave up and he was always happy.

Gregg’s favorite pastime is drinking sweet tea.

Gregg would share his most embarassing moment, but it is very embarassing.

“GT’s” most memorable moment is beating Gehlen in football his junior year.

Gregg’s favorite childhood memory is going to football games.

While in high school, “GT” has been involved in football and baseball.

If Gregg could give any advice to underclassmen, it would be, “Have fun and get good grades.”

What “GT” liked the most about high school were the teachers and all of his friends.

Gregg’s biggest achievement so far is graduating.

“GT’s” favorite excuse for not turning in his homework on time is, “I was attacked by ninjas.” Also, his favorite excuse for being tardy is, “I dropped my GPA in the hall.”

While in high school, Gregg’s favorite classes have been P.E with Mr. Eric Walkingstick and Psyschology with Mrs. Jodi Richey because of the great teachers who taught them.

After high school, Gregg plans to be happy.

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