Top five seniors

March 7, 2023


This category is to recognize the seniors that have gone above and beyond within their years at FHC.

Megan Fox

Megan Fox is known to be one of the dancers that have emulated and characterized FHC dance for the entirety of her high school career. Since she was seven, dance has been a large part of her life, leading to great levels of success on the dance team. This season, she and the other seniors worked to large extents to lead the team, and with Megan’s expertise, the team placed first in their first competition of the season, hosted by East Kentwood. Her legacy will be missed as one of the most stand-out dancers of FHC.

Abby Cumings

An integral part of the FH gymnastics team, Abby Cumings has been competing on the team for three years. She’s known as a very talented, reliable athlete with highlighted strengths in beam and floor. Her contributions to the team during her senior season have been remarkable, especially seen on March 4 in the MHSAA regionals where she scored an 8.825 on floor.

“I will forever miss competing in high school gymnastics with such a special group of girls. As a senior, it has been a bittersweet year of working hard to compete at my best while enjoying the little moments in the season. I will forever miss the thrill of competitions and satisfaction of a routine well done amidst the dismay of single, devastating mistakes and unwanted low scores. Forest Hills gymnastics will always have a place in my heart,” commented Abby. 

“Over the years, competing at FHC has been a tremendous honor. We are lucky to attend a school with so many athletic opportunities along with coaches that push us to be our best in every aspect of our lives. It is truly an honor to compete for FHC and represent our school in competitions. Competing for FHC comes with an expectation of integrity, respect, and commitment to our sport; I am grateful for the opportunities I have been given to display these characteristics and build upon the legacy of FHC athletics.”

Nate Delaney

Nate Delaney has proven to be one of the strongest contributors to the boys varsity basketball team, especially this season. As a result of being one of the most prominent and improved players, he has earned himself a commitment to Albion College to continue his basketball career. Standing at 6’7, his ability to shoot and offensively pressure his opponents is impressive-his sophomore year, he scored 19 points on JV. Being a captain this year, he has led the team to a 12-10 regular season record. 

Sammy Mielock

Sammy Mielock has been on the varsity hockey team throughout his four-year career at FHC. He started playing hockey at a very young age, so his experience and raw talent have earned him his captain title. He is the leading goal scorer of the FHC hockey team, but also near the top of the list for the entire state of Michigan. While he technically isn’t one, he is as close as it comes to a player-coach. His leadership and helpful attitude made for a great captain, and a better teammate.

Landon Cooke

When you think about Landon Cooke on the wrestling mat, you think of sheer skill. Landon has been on the varsity wrestling team all four years of his high school career, and his career shouldn’t be over quite yet. A wrestler like Cooke is NCAA material. Although it, unfortunately, has to be his final year wrestling for FHC, he has certainly made it a successful one as he had 29 wins and 6 losses. 



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