Port Clinton High School announced the Senior Spotlights for January are Owen Auxter and Taylor Bollinger.
Auxter has been a Cub Scout and Boy Scout beginning in first grade and achieved the distinguished honor of Eagle Scout last year. His project was to create a garden at Port Clinton to provide fresh vegetables for the district food service to utilize district wide.
Auxter is a student athlete playing football, basketball and tennis and was selected as captain of the football and boys tennis team this year. This student leader is a senior class officer, and member of Leadership Council, National Honor Society and Freshmen Mentor. He was selected by his peers as a member of the 2022 Homecoming Court.
He is a member of the Ottawa County Improvement Corporation Skilled Trades Academy. Next year Auxter plans to either continue in becoming an electrician or attending college to major in Engineering.
Owen is the son of Kim and Angie Auxter.
Taylor Bollinger is a talented student athlete that has earned 10 varsity letters in volleyball, basketball and track. She is captain of the volleyball, Girls Basketball and Track teams. She volunteered her time to help with volleyball and basketball youth camps and is part of the Lead Like a Redskin program.
Bollinger is a leader at Port Clinton High School off the court as well as a member of Leadership Council, National Honor Society, Future Professionals in Medicine, and Freshmen Mentor. Also excelling in the classroom, she has earned academic letters and has been name a Kiwanis Scholar Athlete.
Bollinger was elected by her peers to the 2022 Homecoming Court. Next year she plans to continue her education majoring in Exercise Science.
Taylor is the daughter of Brad and Tiffany Bollinger and Heather and James Bloom.