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PHOTOS: HHS students perform in 2018 Variety Show

Emcees Sawyer Schmitt, middle, and Micah Walt, right, interview performer Sam Nutter, left, while wearing a mouthpiece from the game Speak Out. Michelle Wirth / RiverTown Multimedia1 / 6
Jake Schultz performed "Technical Difficulties." He received second place in the show.2 / 6
From left, Aaliyah Cordona, Aiden Endres, Nathan Schindler, Thomas Jensen and Amy Gapp performed "Stolen Dance" for the Variety Show.3 / 6
The Hastings High School varsity basketball team put together a dance to a mash-up of songs for the Variety Show. They call themselves the Lakeside Corporation.4 / 6
Dylan Borash won first place in the 2018 Variety Show. Michelle Wirth / RiverTown Multimedia5 / 6
Sarah Erickson performed "Make You Feel My Love" at the Variety Show. She is pictured with emcee Noah Goetzke, who dressed in a Batman mask before announcing the next performer.6 / 6

Hastings High School's annual Sno Week Variety Show was held in the auditorium Monday, Jan. 29.

The show was hosted by Micah Walt, Noah Goetzke, Sawyer Schmitt and Adam Iverson.

A number of talented HHS students performed. There was a variety of singing, dancing, playing instruments and a performance by the HHS men's basketball group, Lakeside Corporation.

Dylan Borash was the winner of the 2018 Variety Show for his performance of "Burned." Second place went to Jake Schultz for "Technical Difficulties," and third place went to Eva Storkamp and Sam Kelly for their duet "Growing Up."

Michelle Wirth

Michelle Wirth graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in 2013 with a degree in journalism and web design. She worked as a web content editor for a trade association before coming to the Hastings Star Gazette in 2016.

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