Dossier: Freshman Melody Diephus


Kylin Eads

Freshman Melody Diephuis

Kylin Eads, Photographer

Melody Diephuis is a freshman at Gibson Southern. She is the younger sister of junior Patience Diephuis. Melody can be seen at almost every school function.


Southerner: What does softball and cheerleading mean to you? 

Diephuis: “What softball and cheerleading means to me is that I can be myself on and off the field and court.”

Southerner: What’s your favorite thing about playing softball? 

Diephuis: “My favorite thing about playing softball is all the girls; it’s like a big family. Any of the girls can help you with anything.”

Southerner: What do you like to do in your free time? 

Diephuis: “In my free time, I either hit on the tee, or I read.”

Southerner: If a genie granted you three wishes, what would you wish for?  

Diephuis: “I would wish for all A+s, money and a mall where I can get everything for free.”

Southerner: What’s your favorite food? 

Diephuis: “Mashed potatoes.” 

Southerner: If you could change anything about the high school, what would it be? 

Diephuis: “I would add a recess after lunch so all of the students can get a brain break.”

Southerner: If you could spend a week anywhere, where would you want to go?  

Diephuis: “Hawaii.”

Southerner: If you were stranded on an island and got to bring five things with you, what would you bring? 

Diephuis: “I’d bring a blanket, water, cards, cereal and a hair brush.”