Students tie for first place in talent show


Delaware Hayes High School officials declared a tie between Maddy McFarland (left) and Adryan Rojas on Tuesday afternoon after judges saw the pair perform during the “Hayes Has Talent” competition. McFarland sang a cappella and Rojas played violin. The talent show’s semifinals started on April 25 and ended on April 26 during students’ lunch breaks.

Delaware Hayes High School officials declared a tie between Maddy McFarland (left) and Adryan Rojas on Tuesday afternoon after judges saw the pair perform during the “Hayes Has Talent” competition. McFarland sang a cappella and Rojas played violin. The talent show’s semifinals started on April 25 and ended on April 26 during students’ lunch breaks.


Adam Haynes | Delaware Hayes High School

Delaware Hayes High School officials declared a tie between Maddy McFarland (left) and Adryan Rojas on Tuesday afternoon after judges saw the pair perform during the “Hayes Has Talent” competition. McFarland sang a cappella and Rojas played violin. The talent show’s semifinals started on April 25 and ended on April 26 during students’ lunch breaks.

Delaware Hayes High School officials declared a tie between Maddy McFarland (left) and Adryan Rojas on Tuesday afternoon after judges saw the pair perform during the “Hayes Has Talent” competition. McFarland sang a cappella and Rojas played violin. The talent show’s semifinals started on April 25 and ended on April 26 during students’ lunch breaks.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/04/web1_talent-show-winners.jpgDelaware Hayes High School officials declared a tie between Maddy McFarland (left) and Adryan Rojas on Tuesday afternoon after judges saw the pair perform during the “Hayes Has Talent” competition. McFarland sang a cappella and Rojas played violin. The talent show’s semifinals started on April 25 and ended on April 26 during students’ lunch breaks. Adam Haynes | Delaware Hayes High School