Heart of gold

Joshua Poston named this week’s B-D male senior spotlight.


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Joshua Poston named this week’s B-D male senior spotlight.

Great things come in small packages. This saying could not be truer than when it comes to this week’s B-D Donkey Feed male Senior Spotlight Joshua Poston. Poston is one of the Bray-Doyle Senior class’ shortest students, but he could be the one with the biggest hearts. You can not walk down the halls without getting a handshake, or side-hug from Poston. The one thing that is for sure is you will always see a smile on the young man’s face. However, don’t let the small stature fool you, Poston can be seen in the trenches on the football offensive and defensive lines working hard with his team. Poston sat down to answer our questions.

B-D: When I was young, I imagined myself as…

Poston: When I was young I imagined myself as a race car driver.

B-D: What is an accomplishment you’re proud of?

Poston: I am proud of having a Breed champion Hereford pig.

B-D: What extra-curricular activity do you enjoy the most and why?

Poston: I enjoyed football because you have a family when you have a team.

B-D: What are your plans after high school?

Poston: I plan to go to college at Panhandle State University to be an Ag teacher.

B-D: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

Poston: I see myself as an Ag teacher.

B-D: What is your favorite junior high memory?

Poston: When I played baseball.

B-D: What is a favorite high school memory?

Poston: When we made it to the playoffs in football.

B-D: What will you miss the most after you graduate from Bray-Doyle?

Poston: I will miss playing football for Coach Knight.

B-D: What class have you enjoyed the most and why?

Poston: I’ve enjoyed taking Mr. Fisher’s class because it was a fun class to be in.

B-D: Who is your favorite teacher/faculty member and why?

Poston: Mr. Fisher because I could talk to him when I need to.

B-D: What three words best describe you?

Poston: Three words that describe me are strong minded, loving, and caring 

B-D: How would you like to be remembered as you leave Bray-Doyle?

Poston: I would like to be remembered as an outgoing student.

B-D: What are some words of wisdom you would give to the under-classmen?

Poston: Cherish the time you have in high school because it does not last forever.