This year's recipient was Jimmie Mathis and his Cass Tech girls' cabin for their "Harvey-like" insect life-form, which their fearless coach intrepidly sought to exterminate after moving all the girls' luggage from their cabin to his. His "Terminator" skills were uncalled for because the insect never made another appearance. Pictured below are Jimmie Mathis making the presentation and Shanika Owens receiving the award for the cabin.
Actually, Sallie Johnson could have received it again for her purchase of rain gear at Six Flags. No one told her that she wears an adult size--not child's! As you can see from the photos below, her Six Flags rain poncho doesn't quite fit.
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