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|Deanna Mustard||Class of 1999|
Deanna is an American voice actress best known for her role as Princess Daisy of various Mario games. She also voiced White Mage in Mario Hoops 3-on-3, and all the female pianta characters in Super Mario Sunshine. She now also portrays Daisy's younger self, Baby Daisy, in Mario Kart Wii and Mario Super Sluggers.
|Evan Meek||Class of 2002|
After being select by the Minnesota Twins in the 2002 Major League Baseball Draft Meek began playing for the Twins affiliate in the Appalachian League. After three years in the Twins organization Meek spent the next two seasons playing for the minor league teams of the San Diego Padres and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. In the 2007 Rule 5 Draft Meek was selected away from the Devil Rays by the Pittsburgh Pirates. This requires that Meek remain on the active roster of the Pirates for the entire 2008 season or else the Pirates will have to offer him back to the Devil Rays for half the amount they paid to acquire him. Meek made his major league debut on April 2, 2008 with the Pittsburgh Pirates. He would record his first career loss in extra innings against the Chicago Cubs on April 7, 2008. Meek made nine relief appearances, going 0-1 with a 6.92 ERA, before being designated for assignment on May 4, 2008. He was offered back per Rule V guidelines on May 14. The Pirates paid cash to keep him and sent him down to their minor league teams. After pitching 9 games with the Curve, Meek was promoted to the Indianapolis Indians.
|Blake Lewis||Class of 1999|
Blake is an American singer-songwriter and beatboxer who was the runner-up on the sixth season of American Idol behind winner Jordin Sparks. Though he initially found American Idol unappealing, Lewis auditioned for it in Seattle with "Crazy" by Seal and an off-screen rendition of "Sunday Morning" by Maroon 5. Introducing himself as the local beatboxing champion in the audition, Lewis beatboxed along with his teammates, including Chris Sligh, Rudy Cárdenas and Tom Lowe, to "How Deep Is Your Love" by Bee Gees in the Hollywood's Week. The memorable performance received a standing ovation from the audience and Paula Abdul, who commented "that brought down the house". In an early episode of the United Kingdom edition of American Idol, Lewis recalled his first solo performance in the Hollywood's Week was "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone" by The Temptations. When later he sang it in front of the other finalists, Phil Stacey felt that it was the best performance he has seen from Lewis Lewis' songs from the American Idol have been on sale at the iTunes Store and the American Idol official website as Blake Lewis - EP (called a "bundle" on Idol official website) shortly after the finale of Idol, along with other songs that did not make the EP's cut that are being sold as individual singles. Figures from SoundScan which were posted on USA Today indicated that Lewis' "You Give Love a Bad Name" was "the biggest-selling download of the season", with 192,000 copies sold. After the finale of Idol, Blake Lewis has made several appearances on television shows. He performed Maroon 5's "She Will Be Loved" on The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet (combined with a snippet of U2's "With or Without You"), The Today Show, Live with Regis and Kelly and The Early Show. In the episode of The View on June 14, 2007, he sang "Somewhere Only We Know" by Keane. Lewis had also appeared on Total Request Live, The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet with the winner of Idol, Jordin Sparks and Larry King Live with contestants who made into the top ten of American Idol. On July 4, 2007, Lewis performed "God Bless America" and "America the Beautiful" on Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular with Sparks and Melinda Doolittle
|Bobby Jenks||Class of 2000|
Jenks never played on his high school team at Timberlake High School, in Spirit Lake, Idaho or Inglemoor High School in Kenmore, Washington, because his grades were too low. Jenks did play his sophomore year of high school for Lakeland High School before Timberlake High School was opened in 1998. Since Jenks was ineligible to play the remaining years of his high school career due to grades, he played in the Prairie Cardinals American Legion program where he dominated as both a pitcher and hitter. During his final season for the Prairie Cardinals, Jenks had 123 strikeouts in 92 innings pitched. Jenks was claimed off waivers by the Chicago White Sox for $20,000, and was sent to the club's Double-A affiliate, the Birmingham Barons. Jenks was called up to the major leagues by the White Sox on July 5, 2005, and has remained with the team ever since. Jenks appeared in each game of the 2005 World Series, pitching a total of five innings, and making the series' final pitch. He recorded saves in Games 1 and 4, had a blown save in Game 2, and pitched scoreless 11th and 12th innings in the 14-inning Game 3. Jenks and Adam Wainwright of the 2006 St. Louis Cardinals are the only rookie closers to earn a save in the clinching game of a World Series. Jenks continued his success in 2006. He was selected to the American League All-Star team, and for the season converted 41 out of 45 save opportunities. Jenks was again selected to the American League All-Star team in 2007. On September 25, 2007, Jenks was named as one of 10 finalist for the "DHL Presents the Major League Baseball Delivery Man of the Year Award." On January 19, 2009, Jenks avoided arbitration and signed a one-year $5.6 million contract.
|Korel Cori Engin Enghusen||Class of 1998|
Korel Engin (born April 8, 1980 in Bothell, Washington), aka Cori Enghusen, is U.S. born Turkish female basketball player at the center position. At 198 cm (6'6"), she is the tallest member of the Turkish women's basketball national team. Enghusen started playing basketball in her age of 12 years. She played for Inglemoor High School in Washington until her graduation in 1998. She was named “1998 Gatorade Washington State Player of the Year”. While she studied sociology in major and psychology at Stanford University between 1998-2002, she played as center of the college team, the sixth-ranked women's basketball team in the NCAA. Cori Enghusen was member of the US national team at the 2001 Basketball World University Games in Beijing, China. She helped lead the U.S. to gold at the Games. In 2003, she played professionally in Greece. Then she moved to Turkey and was with Migrosspor in Istanbul in 2004. In 2005, she agreed to become a Turkish citizen in order to join the Turkey women’s basketball national team and to participate at the 2005 Mediterranean Games in Almería, Spain. She helped Turkey earn gold medal. Engin signed a two-years contract with Fenerbahçe Istanbul in July 2005.
- Class of 1987 Andrew Porter
- Class of 1966 Sandra Askew
- Class of 2015 Cassandra Vela
- Class of 2001 Casey Barrett
- Nick Basset
- Class of 1970 Peter Wojcik
- Class of 1977 Lisa Mull
- David Taylor
- Class of 1987 Shannon Melrose
- Class of 1987 Shannon Powers
- Class of 1990 Kimberlee Lennon
- Class of 1994 Mich Beardguard
- Class of 1995 Kevin Cole
- Crystal Lewis
- Class of 1985 Larry Runberg
- Class of 2016 Abby Samyn
- Rene Brzezinski
- Class of 2014 Christina Cadell
- Class of 1967 Daniel Allemeier Sr
- Class of 1966 Hayes, Kathy
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