Henry Pals wins Mr. LHS title for class of 2020


Henry Pals stands above his competition during Mr. LHS on Nov. 21. Photo by Jazmyne Hartogh.

Jazmyne Hartogh, Business Manager

Henry Pals won out of seven of Lewiston High School’s senior boys in the Mr. LHS competition Nov. 21 in the school auditorium
“I had a really great time. It was super fun just doing stupid stuff in front of the whole crowd. They were really responsive,” said Pals.
The fun-filled night brought in almost a full house, beginning with the introduction of the boys, followed by fitness, swimwear, talent, interview and composure, and ending with awards.
With Pals, other winners included first runner-up, Logan Hunt, and second runner-up, Dylan Horak. The winner of the fitness category was Hunt, and Kooper Baldwin won in the swimwear category. The talent award was granted to Pals for his tumbling act. Composure was awarded to Horak while interview was awarded to Hunt. The final award of most spirited went to Donovan Hammond.
“I thought it was a lot of fun. I have wanted to do it since I saw it sophomore year,” explained Baldwin.
The senior cheerleaders and coach hosted the competition and put on a spectacular performance. From the community, 39 businesses sponsored the event. Funds raised from Mr. LHS go toward the cheerleaders competition funds.