GHS Homecoming Court Announced

FRONT (L to R): Lexie Mills, Brianna VanKleef, Brianna Wade, Jenesis Grigg, and Katie Munshaw. BACK (L to R): Mark Ayers, Ty Ephron, David Holden, Lucas Langham, and Ryan Wylde.
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The senior candidates for Greenville High School homecoming queen and king have been announced.

Queen candidates are Lexie Mills, Brianna VanKleef, Brianna Wade, Jenesis Grigg and Katie Munshaw.

King candidates include Mark Ayers, Ty Ephron, David Holden, Lucas Langham and Ryan Wylde.

The homecoming queen and king will be crowned the night of September 19 at 8:30 in the school gymnasium. The coronation is open to the public.

FRONT (L to R): Maddie McEvers, Emily Unterbrink, Kelly Crites, Chloe Schaufelberger, Kayla Dannaman, and Cierra Oestreich.  BACK (L to R): Mason Johnson, Hunter Gray, Christian Moss, Brandon Hamel, Caleb Campbell, and Jordan Lippert.
FRONT (L to R): Maddie McEvers, Emily Unterbrink, Kelly Crites, Chloe Schaufelberger, Kayla Dannaman, and Cierra Oestreich. BACK (L to R): Mason Johnson, Hunter Gray, Christian Moss, Brandon Hamel, Caleb Campbell, and Jordan Lippert.

Four members of the other three classes are members of the homecoming court as princes and princesses.

They are juniors Kayla Dannaman, Cierra Oestreich, Caleb Campbell and Jordan Lippert, sophomores Chloe Schaufelberger, Kelli Crites, Christian Moss and Brandon Hamel, and freshmen Maddie McEvers, Emily Unterbrink, Mason Johnson and Hunter Gray.

The homecoming theme is “Candy.” The homecoming parade will take place at 3:15 p.m. on September 18. Parade Marshall is Kathy Boudouris Taylor, a recently retired faculty member of Greenville High School.

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