Mr. BC: Boulder Creek High School pageant showcases talented seniors while raising money for charity

Mr. BC 

Boulder Creek High School pageant showcases talented seniors while raising money for charity.

The Mr. BC pageant returns to Boulder Creek High School on April 26. The annual charity event features 12 well-known male seniors taking the stage for an evening of fun, lighthearted performances.

In addition to being a rousing school-spirited event, Mr. BC participants get the community involved by soliciting funds for charity. This year, the event benefits local Daisy Mountain firefighters, specifically the families of fallen or injured members. Previous beneficiaries have included Little Kids Rock, which works with low-funded schools to bring them money and instruments to aid their music programs and Halo Animal Rescue, a no-kill facility that provides refuge to pets.

Contestants vie for various titles including Mr. Generous, awarded to the participant who raises the most money by going around the community in the time leading up to the event to solicit donations. Meanwhile, during the pageant, audience members are encouraged to donate and crown one of the contestants as Mr. Popular.

The public is invited to join in the Mr. BC festivities, which start at 7 p.m. Tickets may be purchased for $10 each at the BCHS auditorium on the evening of the event.


Mr. BC

April 26

7 p.m.

Boulder Creek High School

40404 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy., Anthem




Steven Schauberger

Best BCHS memory: I’ve had a lot of great times, though the most memorable memory I’ve had at BCHS has to be my entire chemistry class with Nick El San Miguel and the rest of the gang.

Favorite local hangout spot: There is a park by Diamond Canyon that my best friend and I frequent quite often.

Plans after graduation: I’ll be entering an intensive business program with PRAXIS.


Cole Rosander

Best BCHS memory: My favorite memory from Boulder Creek was when I was able to go to the state completion for DECA and myself and my friend got the opportunity to go to Atlanta for the national competition, ICDC.

Favorite local hangout spot: It would have to be my house because I love being able to have my friends come over and swim and play pool basketball.

Plans after graduation: I will be attending Southern Utah University in Cedar City, Utah, with my two brothers and my cousin. While there, I will be majoring in biology or chemistry, while minoring in business in hopes of continuing on to medical school and then running my own practice.


Xavier Ruiz

Best BCHS memory: It isn’t one experience that I can remember specifically but getting to know the teachers here as people, rather than “teachers” is definitely a memory that I will take with me.

Favorite local hangout spot: Playing basketball at the community center.

Plans after graduation: Well, I plan to graduate! I know I want to attend a four-year university but my interests are diverse and locking in the next four years of my life in is a big decision.


Anthony Casarella

Best BCHS memory: My favorite high school memory was running track for all four years and competing at the varsity level, as well as meeting new people and creating friendships to last a lifetime. Attending sporting events and other shows to support my friends was another memory as well.

Favorite local hangout spot: In-N-Out Burger and Dutch Bros. Coffee

Plans after graduation: After I graduate, I am attending the University of Arizona. I plan on studying pre-med to reach my goal of becoming an orthodontist. However, while I’m in college, I plan on getting my personal training license and becoming a personal trainer while I’m still in school. I look forward to the future and for the opportunities that will come along the way.


Logan Kroeger

Best BCHS memory: The Boulder Creek Espy’s when I won the Scholar Athlete of the Year Award. I immensely appreciated the recognition for all of the hard work I put into the school and sports.

Favorite local hangout spot: Anywhere that sells breakfast foods.

Plans after graduation: I will attend the University of Arizona for a year and then go on a mission for two years. After that, I’ll finish off my bachelor’s of science degree at UofA for something in engineering.


Dylan Rinehart

Best BCHS memory: Going to all the sporting events with my friends and meeting all of the awesome friends that are in my life that I hope to keep past high school.

Favorite local hangout spot: In-N-Out Burger or Dutch Bros Coffee

Plans after graduation: I’m going to get my bachelor’s degree in nursing at Grand Canyon University and hopefully continue singing and performing on the side.



Murphy Hartman

Best BCHS memory: Going to Rocky Point every spring break with my friends and family. There’s nothing like the beach on a sunny day.

Favorite local hangout spot: My bed

Plans after graduation: Attend Western New England University and play lacrosse. I plan to study communications and media so I can say, “Hey, look ma, I’m on TV!”


Hunter Jaskey

Best BCHS memory: When we leveled our district rival Horizon.

Favorite local hangout spot: In-N-Out Burger

Plans after graduation: I plan to play football at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.



Gabe Leite

Best BCHS memory: My best memory of Boulder Creek High School would be being captain of the boys’ swim and dive team.

Favorite local hangout spot: Wherever my friends and loved ones are.

Plans after graduation: In September of 2018 I ship out to Great Lakes, Illinois for Navy boot camp.



Ryan Norcia

Best BCHS memory: Playing baseball with some of my best friends.

Favorite local hangout spot: In-N-Out Burger

Plans after graduation: My plans are to pursue a degree in nursing.



Zack Covert

Best BCHS memory: The Boulder Creek baseball tournament in California.

Favorite local hangout spot: Liam’s house

Plans after graduation: I will be going to Grand Canyon University and studying economics with an emphasis in finance.



Andre Thomas

Best BCHS memory: The 2018 talent show when Mr. Coots rapped for his talent. It was legendary!

Favorite local hangout spot: The community center or In-N-Out Burger

Plans after graduation: Go to a four-year university and become an actuary.












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