Harlee Ahrens

Harlee Ahrens is the daughter of Craig Ahrens and granddaughter of Linda Ahrens.

As a student at Redwood Valley High School, Ahrens has been involved in FFA, student council, National Honor Society, volleyball, basketball, softball, Knowledge Bowl and she does stats for football.

Caitlyn Johnson

Caitlyn Johnson is the daughter of Matt and Joleen Johnson.

During her time at Redwood Valley High School, Johnson has been involved in student council, basketball, volleyball, track and field, band, National Honor Society, the Student Rotarian program and is serving as the senior class president.

Mara Lund

Mara Lund is the daughter of Chad and Amy Lund. L

und’s activities at RVHS have included dance team, choir, National Honor Society, the school musical, the women’s vocal ensemble, the One-Act play, volleyball, the three-act play, honor choir at the Big South choral festival, the Dorian music festival and she served as the junior class president.

Cecilia Omtvedt

Cecilia Omtvedt is the daughter of Chris and Tere Omtvedt.

As a student at Redwood Valley High School, Omtvedt has been involved in volleyball, FFA and the Student Rotarian program.

Brianna Panitzke

Brianna Panitzke is the daughter of Steve and LuJean Panitzke.

Volleyball, basketball, track and field, National Honor Society, the Student Rotarian program, dance team, FFA and the small animals team are things Panitzke has been involved in at RVHS. She has also served as a junior class rep and is serving as a senior class rep.

Jenna Pendleton

Jenna Pendleton is the daughter of Dean and Laura Pendleton.

As a student at Redwood Valley High School, Pendleton has been involved in volleyball, basketball, softball, National Honor Society FFA and the Student Rotarian program.

Julia Prouty

Julia Prouty is the daughter of Scott and Pam Prouty.

During her time at Redwood Valley High School, Prouty has been involved in cross country, track and field, band, drumline, choir, the Student Rotarian program, National Honor Society, and student council. She is currently serving as the student council secretary and senior class treasurer and has served as the manager for the boys basketball and wrestling teams.

Omar Arredondo

Omar Arredondo is the son of Tim and Amy Arredondo.

As a student at Redwood Valley High School, Arredondo has been involved in activities including football, wrestling, baseball and the Indian education UNITY program.

Deon Estebo

Deon Estebo is the son of Perry and Renee Estebo.

As a student at RVHS, Estebo has been involved in cross country, track, National Honor Society, band, jazz band, the One-Act play, robotics, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, trap shooting and student council. He is currently serving as the student council president and as a senior class officer.

Kyle Huhnerkoch

Kyle Huhnerkoch is the son of Brent and Lynne Huhnerkoch. Basketball, football, track and field, National Honor Society, student council, band and the Student Rotarian program are activities Huhnerkoch has been involved in at RVHS.

Matthew Muetzel

Matthew Muetzel is the son of Keith and Karen Muetzel.

As a student at Redwood Valley High School, Muetzel has been involved in football, hockey and golf.

Logan Prouty

Logan Prouty is the son of Brent and Cathy Prouty.

During his time at Redwood Valley High School, Prouty has been involved in National Honor Society, student council, robotics, band, football, hockey, track and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Corbin Wabasha

Corbin Wabasha is the son of Becky Larsen and Nathan Wabasha.

Football, basketball, track and field, tennis, golf and National Honor Society are things Wabasha has been involved in as a student at Redwood Valley High School.

Cole Woodford

Cole Woodford is the son of Derek and Dana Woodford.

During his time as a student at Redwood Valley High School, Woodford has been involved in football, basketball and baseball.

The Redwood Valley High School coronation program is being held Sept. 24 in the school gym starting at 8 p.m. Admission is $3 for adults and $1 for students.

Proceeds from the event are used to assist the senior class as it purchases caps and gowns for its graduation ceremony.

Coronation kicks off a week of activities for the Cardinals that also includes home sporting events, including the volleyball team which has games Sept. 25 and 27, the cross country team which hosts its home invitational Sept. 27 and the football team which plays Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. The week also includes dress-up days, a pep fest and other activities intended to promote Cardinal spirit.

The community is invited to attend Cardinal coronation.