One of the most active students at BLHS is Keighly Daak. If she is not on the playing field as a two-sport participant in volleyball and softball, you’ll find her close by with her camera. Keighly is a prominent defensive specialist for the Mustang volleyball team, plays a variety of significant roles during our homecoming week including participating in the powder-puff football game, refereeing the shaving cream volleyball match between the Senior and the Junior boys, and organizing the yearbook staff in handing out the yearbooks. Keighly is also on the Mustang Gazette staff, has been selected Student of the Month, a National Honor Society member, and also is a member of the High School Choir as well as the Jazz Choir. As the Yearbook Editor, Keighly is currently preparing next year’s 2016 yearbook. You’ll also find her behind the camera ensuring that all photo opportunitiesdo not pass by. Keighly’s superior organizational skills and extra effort in all the Mustang activities are certain to make the 2016 Yearbook a huge success! Her humble demeanor makes her approachable by all as her friends would testify. In front of or behind the camera, Keighly is certainly a great candidate for the All-Mustang award.
Jake Pettit has been a four-year starter for us and each year has got stronger and stronger. Jake currently leads our team with 53 receptions and nearly 500 yards receiving, while adding 3 TDs. Jake is also second in tackles with over 60 tackles during the 2015 campaign. Jake has done it for all us during his career, playing QB, RB, and WR on offense, while playing LB and DB on defense. He has put in the work to be one of the premier players in the district and I believe throughout the entire state. Jake has had a solid career while wearing the Mustang uniform and I believe he could play at the next level if he desired. For these reasons and many more, I strongly recommend Jake Pettit for All Mustang.