Biggs High School’s Athletic Department selected the Top Senior Athletes for their dedication and commitment to being an overall exceptional athlete. Over their high school career all 5 seniors done a fabulous job of representing themselves, our school, and community. They’ve done this by displaying positive characteristics on and off the field. In Biggs, our students are involved in many programs and being able to successfully balance it all, including being an academic athlete; all these attributes are embedded in these student athletes and most importantly they’ve proved that they’ve learned that character transpires throughout all you do. For this, Biggs High School is honored to represent the following Top Senior Athletes. 

1 Eloy Ibarra- was a member of the football, basketball, and baseball teams for all four years. Eloy received All League for football this year, was an athlete of the week for Gridley Herald, and assisted his team in being the Division 5 champions and on to state playoffs. Eloy was BHS MVP his sophomore, junior and senior year for basketball and helped his our team to be the Mountain Valley League champions. He’s received many all tourneys and tournament MVP. All league his junior year and the MVP for the mountain league for basketball this year. He played in the basketball Lion’s All Star game. Eloy threw a no hitter during his senior night baseball game striking out 10 batters. Eloys plans after high school are to play junior college baseball.

2 Lukini Lualemana- played football and basketball for all four years and baseball for one year. Lukini assisted his team this year to be the MVL basketball champions and was awarded all league. For football this year Lukini was awarded multiple player of the weeks for the Gridley Herald, was team captain, awarded all league and league MVP, he also helped our team to be the Division 5 champions and on to state playoffs. Lukini broke the school record from last year’s top senior athlete that ran 1,841 yards. Lukini broke this record by reaching 2,015 rushing yards. Lukini will be playing in the Lions All- Star Football Game in June.  He plans to play football for Butte College.

3 Freddy Santillan- played three years of football, two years of basketball, and two years of track.  Freddy was awarded the outstanding lineman award this year, was an all-league recipient, helped his team be the Division 5 champions and experienced state playoffs.  For basketball Freddy was named player of the game in Esparto and assisted his team in being the Mountain Valley League champions.  He earned a Biggs star meaning he has scored collectively at least 150 points in all sports over all 4 years. He went to sections his junior year in track.  After high school Freddy plans to attend Butte College.

4 Bailee Roles- member of the cheerleading squad, basketball team, softball team for all four years and the dance team for three years. She’s been a captain for basketball and cheerleading. She’s earned many awards and for basketball she’s earned: rookie of the year award her freshman year, best offensive player her sophomore year, best rebounder her junior year, the game changer award her senior year, multiple all tourney awards, and was all league her junior and senior year. Bailee received Ms. Wolverine for cheer for three years and the BHS MVP for cheer this year. After high school Bailee plans to attend Chico State to major in Biology and go into the medical field.

5 Caitlyn Pate- volleyball and basketball all four years and one year of softball and three years of track. She’s received several awards from most valuable player for volleyball and most valuable defensive player. She is currently the track team captain and holds the school record for discuss for two years now; throwing eighty one feet. After high school she plans to attend Chico State to major in