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Nathan H.

Class Leader Stays Busy

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Nate was voted Teacher's Pet with Brittany K.
Nate was voted Best Legs with Sabrina S.
Nate was voted Class Leader with Steph B.
Nate was voted Best Dressed with Molly M.

    Nathan Douglas Herda was born on October 25, 1989 to Doug and Linda Herda. He has a brother, Trent, and two sisters, Brooke and Morgan. He also has two dogs, Roxy and Bailey.
    Nate has kept very busy in high school. He has been involved in football, wrestling, and track for four years, baseball for one year, mock trial for four years, student council for three years, student council president his senior year, National Honor Society for two years, and International Club for four years. He also participates in the CYO at the Catholic church.
Nate, a four year High Honor Roll student, also has a very hectic academic schedule. His classes include band, calculus, government, physics, single survival, intro to industrial tech, speech, Health I & II, and grammar.
    Nate was nominated best of class in four categories: Class Leader, Best Legs, Best Dressed, and Teacher’s Pet. Nate’s favorite movie is Anchorman and his choice for music is anything by Kenny Chesney or George Strait. His favorite color is blue and the best book he’s ever read is A Season on the Mat. He loves dumplings and the class he most looks forward to is single survival. Nate also never misses an episode of “Army Wives”. The song most likely to be playing in his MP3 is “Take It on the Run” by REO Speedwagon.
    Nate’s future plans are getting a degree and wrestling in college and someday competing internationally in freestyle. In ten years he hopes to be married and have hunting dog. He would also like to coach college wrestling.
    The one person Nate would like to spend a day with is his uncle Dave so they could hunt and hang out. His finest memory of high school was winning the state championship in wrestling last year. His words of wisdom to underclassmen show his true colors. He says, “There are six million reasons for failure but not a single excuse.”