November’s Tigress of the Month

By Katlyn LaPorte     

On the course for November’s Tigress of the month is senior and cross country runner, Kylee Harless.

Harless was born on June 30, 1998 to her parents Kelvin and Jodie Harless. She has one older sister, Taylor. The family has two dogs, Maddie and Daisy.

Harless has been running cross country for three years of her high school career. She started her sophomore year.

“The best part of this cross country season was running at regionals,” said Harless. “The worst part of this season was being out for part of it because I got mono.”

“My favorite memory from cross country is getting to be team captain this past season,” said Harless.
kylee-harlessCross country is the only sport Harless participates in so she can put all her effort towards it.

Her favorite quote is, “F.E.A.R has two meanings- Forget Everything And Run or Face Everything And Rise. The choice is yours.”

Her biggest supporters when it comes to cross country and everything else are her mom and dad, and she wants to give a shout out to the two of them for that.

Harless is also very involved in FFA (Future Farmers of America). Her favorite hobby is showing animals in FFA.

Alongside FFA, she is a member of the high school marching band and has been throughout high school.

Her GPA is 3.4 and her favorite class is band. Her favorite food is pepperoni and her favorite holiday is Easter. She also really enjoys the movie Good Will Hunting.

“My favorite high school memory was getting accepted to Colorado Girls State at UNC,” said Harless.

Harless is going to attend the University of Wyoming. In 10 years she sees herself having a job as a lawyer and having a family.

Her advice to the underclassmen is, “Don’t give up, times will be hard but work through.”