Orchestra standout Olivia Felbinger and wrestling trendsetter for girls Cadence Wallace have been selected as the seniors in the April spotlight at Port Clinton High School.
Olivia Felbinger is a talented student excelling in academics and music. Olivia is the historian for Port Clinton High School Leadership Council, she is a Freshmen Mentor, and National Honor Society Publicity Chairperson. As a four-year member of PCHS Orchestra she is part of the Orchestra Leadership, serving as Proctor and Concert Master.
Olivia is a talented dancer and spends time outside of school in competitive dance. Her academic achievements include being a member of the Port Clinton Class of 2023 Cum Laude and Top Ten.
She is the daughter of Dr. Jennifer Felbinger and Kent and Sue Felbinger. Next year she will major in Performing Arts Management, with a minor in Music, at Baldwin Wallace University.
Cadence Wallace set the groundwork to help establish the Port Clinton High School Girls Wrestling Program last year. She has been a part of Port Clinton Wrestling since her freshman year as part of the boys team for two years, a four- year varsity letter, and was a two-time state qualifier for the girls team.
The OHSAA sanctioned girls wrestling in 2023 and she was the 130-pound class State Runner-up for Port Clinton. Cadence wrestles year-round and is a two-time national qualifier. She would like to continue her season on the USA Ohio team.
Next year, she will continue her academic and wrestling career at Michigan’s Sienna Heights University and plans to major in Social Work. She is the daughter or Andy and Betsy Wallace.