||Hello, my full name is Tori Marie Renard and I'm 16 years of age. This coming year I will be attending Coquille High School as a senior. I've lived in Coquille my whole life and I have also attended Coquille schools my whole life. I have participated in volleyball and basketball. I have played varsitey basketball since freshmen year and have started since sophomore year. Last year we went to state in basketball and took 5th place. We also earned the sportsmanship award.
Sophomore year I was inducted into The National Honors Society and have remained a member since. I also have managed to earn an accumulative GPA of 3.86 while being ranked 3rd in my class. I believe in exceptional grades and respectable behavior. I have my parents to thank for that. My parents have played a huge roll in my life and have set reasonable guidelines for me. I wouldn't be where I am today without them hear to guide me as I go.
I started riding horses when I was 8 years old. I fell in love with a girl on a horse, with a big crown on her cowgirl hat at the 2007 Coos County Fair and Rodeo. Her name was Danielle Crockett. She was all I could focus on during the grand entrance. Right there in that moment I promised myself that I was going to be the rodeo queen one day. That year I begged for a horse like it was the last think I was ever going to get. After I got my first horse it just escalated from there. I went to horse shows every weekend. I was part of The Burton Brairie Wranglers for 4 years and then part of the Coquille Valley Livestock for 1 year. I don't know where I'd be without horses. Not only have I been taught valuable lessons throughout the process but I believe riding horses has made me a better person. Now the time has come to fulfill the dream I've had for 8 years.. To be Miss Coos County Fair and Rodeo Queen 2016-2017.