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Cole Andes is a senior at Clovis High School. He is the son of Rick and Sam Andes.

What is your idea of a perfect day? My perfect day is any day that I am on the shooting range without the wind blowing.

What would you like printed on your gravestone? I would like to be able to put “No Regrets” on my gravestone. Life should be learned from, not regretted.

What’s so great about your favorite sport? The shooting sports are great because they allow you to relieve stress, have fun, and compete at the same time. And you don’t have to be in shape to do it!!!

What is your favorite smell? Rain, a feed store, or the smell of a firing line.

What is your most prized possession? My FFA jacket is my most prized possession. I have had the opportunity to do so many things and meet so many people while wearing it.

Offices held: Clovis FFA president, Clovis FFA sentinel, Curry County 4-H Council parliamentarian

Honors received: Student rotarian

School activities: FFA, National Honor Society

Church/community activities: 4-H, Home Builders Association of Eastern New Mexico

Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, shooting and trapping

Future plans: Attend Eastern New Mexico University and attain a degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Science

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