G-AHS Homecoming features parade, football, coronation and dance

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
The 2014 Greencastle-Antrim High School Homecoming Court includes, from left, front row: Molly Elliott, sophomore; Emily Bland, junior; Sage Kendle, Hannah Zimmerman and Brittany Newlin, seniors; and Gracie Hissong, freshman. Back row: Brayden Black, sophomore; Sam Sprague, junior; Matthew Oberholzer, David Woody and Luke Kayga, seniors; and Ian Gelsinger, freshman.

Greencastle-Antrim Homecoming is Friday, Oct. 4, with the Blue Devil gridders taking on Hershey High School at 7:30 p.m. on Kaley Field.

Prior to that, students will participate in the Homecoming Parade at 6 p.m. The dance will be held from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, in the high school gymnasium.

The Homecoming Court will be presented before the game, at 6:50 p.m. It incudes three senior princesses and princes, one each of whom will be crowned Queen and King. They are:

Sage Kendle, daughter of Eric Kendle and Jodi Delaney. She enjoys soccer and team dinners. Her future plan is to attend college to become a physical therapist.

Brittany Newlin, daughter of William and Holly Newlin. She likes cheerleading and tractor pulls. She plans to attend college for crop and livestock management, and to raise rodeo stock.

Hannah Zimmerman, daughter of Marty and Marcie Zimmerman. She enjoys cooking and playing basketball. She want to earn a speech pathology degree in college.

Matt Oberholzer, son of Wendel and Deb Oberholzer. He likes to play football and snowboard. He plans to attend Penn State University for a degree in chemical engineering.

Luke Kayga, son of Kenneth and Carla Kayga. He enjoys football, track and snowboarding. He plans to go to college.

David Woody, son of Don and Rachel Woody. He enjoys hiking and pickup basketball. His future plans include college.

The junior members of the court include:

Emily Bland, daughter of Tim and Kim Bland. She enjoys field hockey, running, traveling and Young Life. She would like to attend college to become a Spanish teacher.

Sam Sprague, son of Greg and Ronda Hoover, and Mike and Deb Sprague. He enjoys basketball, football, hunting and vacationing at Deep Creek Lake. He wants to major in physical education at college.

The sophomore members of the court are:

Molly Elliott, daughter of Tony and Leesa Elliott. She enjoys playing volleyball and shopping. She wants to go to college to become an occupational therapist.

Brayden Black, son of Clayton and Tam Black, and Kevin and Greta North. He enjoys baseball, football, Boy Scouts and skiing. He wants to further his education in culinary arts.

The freshman royalty are:

Gracie Hissong, daughter of Brian and Becky Hissong. She enjoys playing volleyball. She plans to attend college and major in nursing.

Ian Gelsinger, son of Scott and Kerry Gelsinger. He likes hunting and playing sports. He wants to major in chemistry in college.