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TRL begins search for the school’s most eligible bachelors

Hannah Gonzalez
Apply on Jan. 21 to be one of the school’s most eligible bachelors. Any bachelors may apply, and any students may nominate.

Editor’s note (Feb. 10): Dates below have been adjusted regarding bachelor announcements. See Feb. 19- March 5 changes.

Editor’s note (previous): This story has been updated to include the poll form for semifinalist voting. Click on “5: Polls open” to vote until Jan. 13. The form is limited to school emails, and each voter may vote once.

Today, The Red Ledger begins a hunt for each grade level’s most eligible bachelors in honor of the iconic ABC show “The Bachelor.” The process will include nominations, school-wide voting and a Final Four reveal on March 2. We have laid out the schedule from now until then below. Refer to this post and TRL’s Twitter and Instagram @TheRedLedgerLHS for updates and links as they come.


  • 21: Application opens– Students can apply or nominate someone through a Google form using their school email. This link and all other links will be hyperlinked here and posted on Instagram and Twitter.
  • 31: Application closes– TRL staff will evaluate the nominations and applications to choose three bachelors from each grade level. Staff will inform the 12 selected students before releasing the polls.


  • 5: Polls open  Students may vote through a Google form to select the official four most eligible bachelors. Results will remain secret until the final reveal.
  • 13: Polls close– Staff will begin the process to present the school’s most eligible bachelors.
  • 19: TRL reveals the Final Four– The website and social media will post an announcement graphic with the names of the Final Four.


  • 2: Get to know the freshman bachelor– TRL will post an infographic featuring this bachelor and a profile.
  • 3: Get to know the sophomore bachelor– TRL will post an infographic featuring this bachelor and a profile.
  • 4: Get to know the junior bachelor– TRL will post an infographic featuring this bachelor and a profile.
  • 5: Get to know the senior bachelor– TRL will post an infographic featuring this bachelor and a dating profile.
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Lily Hager, Editor-In-Chief
With the coming of her fourth and final year of high school, Lily Hager eagerly awaits the senior perks that accompany all who suffer from “senioritis”–including off periods, senior overalls and dual credit. Her freshman, sophomore and junior years were occupied by marching band, newspaper, several AP classes and leadership positions (including being drum major of the band and editor in chief of The Red Ledger junior year). Hager thrives any day that involves journaling, bible studies, time spent with friends or family, and ice cream. Her time at home is largely spent in her room, which she so carefully designed for the past several years into a safe haven. She fills her (rare) free time by cleaning, writing, reading, planning or talking (whether that be to her parents, her friends or her pet bunny, Boots). Despite her burning excitement for college at A&M, she is committed to enjoying her last year as an editor, conducting her last show, and living her last year in her childhood home. Last, but not least, she is certain to take advantage of one last year of writing, editing, and loving TRL.
Hannah Gonzalez, Graphics Editor
Mama Mia, here we go again. As she takes her last ride in the TRL classroom, Hannah Gonzalez is ready to end this year with a bang. Gonzalez serves as a Co-Graphics editor for the third year in a row and this is her fourth year on staff. When she’s not making killer graphics, you can most likely find Gonzalez on the volleyball court, at FCA meetings, in school or going for a joy ride in the Jeep that she named “Beep.” Although TRL is life, Gonzalez also enjoys going for late-night ice cream runs, watching early morning sunrises, going to church every Sunday morning and going on an occasional lake trip. To add to her list of accomplishments, Gonzalez has won three state championships and is looking for a fourth. With her happy planner by her side, Gonzalez is looking forward to kicking procrastination to the curb as she conquers her final year as a high school student. 

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    Will CarderJan 23, 2020 at 2:39 pm

    First of all, this shouldn’t even be a vote. Will Carder aka. (zurp) is by far the most charming beast of a man you will ever lay your eyes on. He has many talents on and off the field. At a staggering 6’2 and a half and 240 pounds of pure muscle, William will definitely attract the ladies. His achievements in life is going through puberty in the 4th grade and being a student with almost perfect attendance (he never misses class) while maintaining a high level GPA. I guarantee that William Carder is the best candidate for this position.