Ulrich wins Mr.LHS

Anabelle Ady, Reporter

The annual Mr. LHS competition for senior boys took place in the LHS auditorium Jan. 29 at 7 p.m., and Mason Ulrich won first place and won the title of Mr.LHS.
The first runner up was Logan Chase and the second runner up was Noah Purcell. Dillon Vopat won swimwear, Dawson Murphy won the talent portion, Purcell won composure, Chase won the best interview and Caleb Kessler won for Spirit of LHS.
“It was good. This year was hard because they were so deserving,” said Heidi Hagen, event coordinator and cheerleading coach.
Her favorite act was Chris Young’s “Rach-o-matic” where he had his sister, Rachel Young, chew food items up for him and he ate what she chewed.
Tony Havens, an eighth grade history teacher at Sacajawea Junior High and a former Mr.LHS contestant, said the event included a great variety of talent.
“I cried four times because I laughed so hard,” Havens said.
Jim Stuck, a host along with Seth Smith, has hosted the competition for at least four years.
“[I’m] really proud of the guys,” said Stuck after the show. He added that his favorite part was the dancing.
The LHS cheerleaders coordinate the annual event, and proceeds help raise money for their competitions.