Macey Buss is a senior at Hydro-Eakly High School and has been at Hydro-Eakly since her sophomore year.
Buss has a sister, Katey Buss, who is a freshman. Macey’s parents are Jeff and Georganna Buss.
Buss isn’t sure where she wants to attend college.
“I am hoping to either play softball or basketball in college,” she said.
Throughout high school, Buss has been involved in softball, basketball, track, cross country, FFA, National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Renaissance, Student Council and choir.
As of right now, Buss said her most challenging part of her senior year would have to be taking concurrent classes at Southwestern Oklahoma State University.
Buss would like to thank her parents for always pushing her to be the best person she could be throughout her life.
Buss’s most influential coach would be her basketball coach, Jeremy Tharp.
“He has taught me so much and believed in me when I didn’t believe in myself,” she said.
Buss’s favorite memory about high school was her entire sophomore year because that was the year she moved to Hydro.
“People in Hydro are so welcoming and make you feel at home,” she said.
“I probably had the most fun going to state that year because most people did not expect (us to go).”
When Buss isn’t busy playing sports or being in extracurricular activities she likes to spend her free time with her friends and family.
Buss said “My advice to underclassmen is to have fun and not take time in high school for granted.”