Madison Morgan named Wildcat of the Week

Ponca City Now - January 9, 2020 2:30 pm

Superintendent Shelley Arrott, Madison Morgan, and Po-Hi Principal Thad Dilbeck.

The Heather Cannon Wildcat of the Week is Po-Hi Junior Madison Morgan.

“Madison truly demonstrates the characteristics of the Wildcat Way in everything she does,” Superintendent Shelley Arrott said. “She is the libero, or the defensive specialist, on the Po-Hi Varsity Ladycat Volleyball Team. Madison earned this position by being super disciplined with hard work, dedication, and by never missing a practice. Not only does she continually strive to become her personal best through continued improvement, she is also a team player who encourages and mentors other members of the volleyball team. She is a strong leader for students to follow because she carries herself with dignity, is respectful to everyone, and demonstrates a great deal of sportsmanship even though she is very competitive. Madison maintains a strong GPA, participates in extra-curricular activities, supports all students, and is a great friend and classmate. Even though Madison is very busy with school, she holds a part-time job and is an impressive employee.”

Arrott added, “Madison, thank you modeling the Wildcat Way to our school and community. I am proud you are a Ponca City Wildcat, and I appreciate you representing our school with such class!”

The Wildcat of the Week receives a Wildcat of the Week T-shirt, a Wildcat window sticker, and a coupon for a delicious burger basket from Ground Round. The award is sponsored by TEAM Radio, Heather Cannon Honda, Tyndall Family Dentistry, Ground Round, and Legacy Signs. The award is open to ANY Ponca City High School student. TEAM Radio makes the final selections and coordinates with school officials for presentations. Please use this link to nominate a high school student for Wildcat of the Week: https://www.poncacitynow.com/32875-2/

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