Thursday, November 13, 2014

Order in the Court, the Homecoming Court That Is

Photos Courtesy of John Armato
Pottsatown High School's Homecoming Court, from left,  Jenn Remick, Randy Mercado, Eliana Arroyo-Dech, Maverick Somich, Jenna Endy, Justin Beasley Turner (standing in for football player Gary Wise), Brigid Benfield, James Wood Jr., Victoria Gery, Danny Tucker

BLOGGER'S NOTE: The following was provided by Pottstown High School.

Pottstown High School celebrated its annual homecoming event recently by naming Eliana Arroyo-Dech as the Homecoming Queen and Gary Wise as the Homecoming King for 2013.

The event, which took place as halftime of the Pottstown vs. Upper Perkiomen football game, was
Homecoming Queen Eliana Arroyo Dech ,
Homecoming King Gary Wise
sponsored by the high school Key Club under the direction of Dennis Arms. 

Members of the homecoming court represented various school clubs. Members of the court were:
  • Eliana Arroyo-DechNational Honor Society – Eliana is actively involved in National Honor Society, Show Choir, and Soccer. Eliana plans to study Criminal Justice and Psychology at Fairleigh Dickinson University.
  • Brigid Benfield Student Government – Brigid is actively involved in Student Government, Concert Band, Marching Band, KEY Club, Show Choir, and serves as the President of the Class of 2015. Brigid plans to study English at the University of Pittsburgh. 
  • Jenna EndyKEY Club – Jenna is actively involved in KEY Club, Soccer, Student Government, Show Choir, Flute Ensemble, Peer Mediation, Basketball, Chorus, National Honor Society, Lacrosse, and Student Ambassadors. Jenna serves as the President of the KEY Club, Secretary of National Honor Society, and as Captain of both the Soccer and Lacrosse teams. Jenna plans to study Exercise Sports Science for Athletic Training. 
  • Victoria GeryTrojans 4 a Cure – Victoria is actively involved in Trojans 4 a Cure, Student
    Maverick Somich, right, escorted
    the queen to meet the king.
    Government, National Honor Society, Gymnastics, and serves as Secretary of Student Government. Victoria plans to study Physical Therapy at Ithaca College. 
  • Jenn RemickYearbook – Jenn is actively involved in Yearbook, Trojans 4 a Cure, Tri-County Choir, Art Club, and Interact Club. Jenn plans to study Criminal Justice or English at Chestnut Hill College. 
  • Randy MercadoDECA – Randy is actively involved in DECA, KEY Club, Trojans 4 a Cure, Marching Band, and Choir. He serves as the Secretary for the KEY Club and is a Drum Major. Randy plans to study Engineering at Millersville University. 
  • Maverick Somich – National Honor Society – Maverick is actively involved in National Honor Society, Baseball, Band, and Drum Line. Maverick serves as the President of the Band and National Honor Society. Maverick plans to study Computer Science at St. Joseph’s University. 
  • Danny TuckerTrojans 4 a Cure – Danny is actively involved in Trojans 4 a Cure, Soccer, and Band. Danny plans to study Sports Management at West Chester University. 
  • Gary Wise -- KEY Club – Gary is actively involved in KEY Club, Football, Student Government, and Baseball. He also serves as the Vice-President of the Class of 2015, Captain of the Football team, and as a Student School Board Representative. Gary plans to study Mathematics or Sports Medicine. 
  • James Wood Jr. Student Government – James is actively involved in Student Government, Cross Country, and Track. He serves as the Captain of the Track and Cross Country teams in addition to being the Treasurer of the Class of 2015. James plans to study Environmental Science at Bloomsburg University.
Megan Remick, right, last year's queen, was on hand to assist.
Megan Remick, 2013 Homecoming Queen, was on hand to crown this year’s queen. 
 Megan is currently studying Physical Therapy and Psychology with a minor in Business at Moravian College.

Niko Teller, 2013 Homecoming King assisted in crowning the new king. 

 Teller is currently studying Nursing at Montgomery County Community College and is employed at the Wellness Center and as a Lifeguard at the YMCA.

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