Seniors Brody Cook and Sadie Boyles were announced as Mr. and Miss CHS Friday, Feb. 5 during homeroom. As a Canyon High tradition, only seniors are considered for the title. The runner-up contenders for Mr. CHS were Rafe Butcher, Jay DeFoor and Jett Meek. The runner-ups for Miss CHS were Raylee Bain, Kyla Cobb and Kenadee Winfrey. (Alyssa Seaton)
Seniors Brody Cook and Sadie Boyles were announced as Mr. and Miss CHS Friday, Feb. 5 during homeroom. As a Canyon High tradition, only seniors are considered for the title. The runner-up contenders for Mr. CHS were Rafe Butcher, Jay DeFoor and Jett Meek. The runner-ups for Miss CHS were Raylee Bain, Kyla Cobb and Kenadee Winfrey.

Alyssa Seaton

Cook, Boyles named Mr., Miss CHS

Q&A with the recipients of the Canyon High tradition

February 11, 2021

Brody Cook

Q:What does it mean to you to be Mr. CHS?

A: It’s very humbling. I was pretty surprised since the whole school votes on the award–I felt honored I won the majority. Mr. CHS is usually a big deal at Canyon High, so I was just honored to even be thought of for it.


Q: Why do you think students voted for you to be Mr. CHS?

A: The day the final votes were done I was at an appointment during activity period, so I didn’t even see the the finalists. I had no idea I was nominated until they brought me in to tell me I won, so I was pretty shocked. I try to reach every different group there is and anyone I come in contact with, I try to be kind and humble to everyone I come in contact with.


I want to be remembered as someone who always gave their best and was always kind to everyone.”

— Brody Cook, 2020-2021 Mr. CHS

Q: Tell me about the extracurriculars you were involved in during high school and how they have shaped who you are.

A: I’ve been in football, baseball, track, FCA, National Honor Society and LEAD Council. I’ve gotten to be around a lot of different people, and each of those brings a different kind of challenge. I would definitely say the different sports really put me through adversity and changed who I am for the better.


Q: Mr. and Miss CHS is a tradition at Canyon High that has existed for decades. As this year’s recipient of the title, what impact have you left at Canyon High?

A: Honestly, our class as a whole has really been very impactful. Being kind of everyone–being a light for everyone and showing everyone positivity and just kindness wherever I go–I hope that’s what I leave. I want to be remembered as someone who always gave their best and was always kind to everyone and was seen as someone everyone can talk to and could be respected in our school. It makes me feel like I accomplished something here; that people recognize what I did, and I think people recognize who I was and what I did for the school.


Sadie Boyles

Q:What does it mean to you to be Miss CHS?

A: It’s big honor knowing our school is so big–it’s cool that I got nominated by all my peers. It is an honor because it shows that my peers look up to me and respect me. Being Miss CHS is a huge title. It shows that kindness and character goes a long way. 


Q: Why do you think students voted for you to be Miss CHS?

A: I was super shocked. I did not think I was going to be one of the nominees much less the winner, so that was exciting. I’m super nice to people, and I don’t think I’m ever rude. I’m one of those kind-hearted people who always went to class, and I’ve done my work, and I was just a good student. I didn’t expect to win it because all the other contestants are really popular and have great character as well. I am not really sure how my peers describe me, but I can be goofy at times, and I always treat people the way they I want to be treated.


There is rarely a time when I am not smiling, and it makes me who I am.”

— Sadie Boyles, 2020-2021 Miss CHS

Q: Tell me about the extracurriculars you were involved in during high school and how they have shaped who you are.

A: Well, I used to be involved in Stock Show, and I quit a few years ago, but I did volleyball and I’m involved in NHS, StuCo, and FCA. Volleyball is a huge part of where I am today. It shaped me to be a better team player, and it taught me to think about others and not just myself. Through these programs, I have been lucky enough to volunteer with Snack Pak 4 Kids, I Heart Canyon, Halloween Happenings, Field day events and many others.

I will definitely remember the faculty at Canyon High as the best faculty there is. They have been nothing but kind, along with all of Canyon’s students. I know Canyon is a bigger school, but it just seems like we are all a big family here at Canyon High.


Q: Mr. and Miss CHS is a tradition at Canyon High that has existed for decades. As this year’s recipient of the title, tell me three words that describe who you are, and what impact you have left at Canyon High.

A: Friendly, driven, sweet. It’s s important to me because I know what my peers expect of me, and they trust me and know my actual personality. I’d like to be known for my smile. There is rarely a time when I am not smiling, and it makes me who I am. I have lots of fun memories from bus rides to games, pep rallies and attending sporting events for Canyon High. It is always fun getting a big group together and travelling to other games with each other.

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