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  • ISU Honor Band is on Feb. 4 and 5 in Ames.
  • State show choir is on Monday, Jan. 31.
  • State jazz band is on Saturday!
  • Winter formal is on Feb. 26!
  • State speech is February 5, 2022!
  • There is a wrestling tournament on Saturday.
  • There is a wrestling meet on Thursday!
  • There is boys and girls basketball on Friday at St. Albert.
  • There is a girls basketball game on Tuesday against Shenandoah.
  • The Prom Closet in Coon Rapids has free prom dresses! See Bulletin!
  • Order your yearbook!
Katreen Buliche

Katreen Buliche, JP Staff

Sophomore Katreen Buliche is a JP editor at AHS. Buliche's best work in journalism has been her photography and her first photo project. She can’t wait to grow in her photography and learn more techniques. Buliche is hoping to learn how to be more social, talk to more people, and be more independent from journalism. 

In Buliche’s free time she likes to watch TikTok videos or movies on Netflix. She also likes to sing Christian music or any song that will light up her mood. Buliche also likes to sleep, and play video games like her virtual reality oculus or card games with her family. 

Buliche has been involved in basketball since seventh grade. She started playing basketball because her family has always been very competitive, she grew up around her cousins that play basketball a lot. She fell in love with the sport. Buliche was involved in choir for a year and a half, and she is a girls soccer manager. 

Buliche’s favorite memory from high school was when the sophomore class played dodgeball against the junior class, and the sophomore class thought they won, so they all ran out into the court and celebrated. The junior class made the sophomores redo the game and sophomores ended up losing. “I am still salty about that,” Buliche said. Buliche’s biggest influencer other than her family is God. “I chose God because he carved a big path in my life,” Buliche said. 

Buliche’s plans for the next three to five years are to graduate high school, and then attend a community college for two years, and then transfer to a university. “I don’t really know what I want to go to college for yet, but I am interested in sports management or anything related to athletics,” Buliche said.

Author: Jaci Brosam

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