Knox County 2018 Homecoming, "Bring Home the Spirit"
By: Jaiden Linebaugh
Knox County Homecoming will be held on Friday, Sept. 28, at the Ella Campbell Memorial Field. This year’s homecoming theme is “Bring Home The Spirit.” The homecoming football game is against the Salisbury Panthers and will begin at 7 p.m. The homecoming Dance/Game Night will follow. The Royalty Coronation ceremony will be held during halftime of the football game.
Cheyenne Snyder and Elijah Ward are the court for the Freshmen Class. Snyder is the daughter of Jason and Amanda Snyder. She is involved in band, FFA, 4-H Liberty Leaders, Spanish Club, Drama Club and German Club. Ward is the son of Robert and Maranda Ward. He is involved in Football, FFA and Trapshooting.
Lani Watts and Daniel Hamlin are the representatives for the Sophomore Class. Watts is the daughter of John and Amy Watts. She is involved in basketball, football cheerleading, Student Council and FFA. Hamlin is the son of Tony and Tracey Hamlin. He is involved in FFA and Trapshooting.
The Junior Class will be represented by Laura Gallego Marcos and Caden Poston. Marcos is a foreign exchange student who lives with the host family of Roger and Bonnie Brantner. She is involved in softball, Spanish Club and Drama Club. Poston is the son of Shane Poston. He is involved in football and baseball.
The first group of Senior candidates are McKayla Griffith and Zane Hubble. Griffith is the daughter of Robert and Sara Griffith. She is the Chaplin of FFA, Vice President of Drama Club and Baseball Manager. She is also involved in softball and basketball cheerleading. Hubble is the son of Robert Hubble and Heather Hubble. He is involved in football, baseball, FFA, Spanish Club and Trapshooting.
Katie Hamlin and Dillan Strong are the next Senior candidates. Hamlin is the daughter of Tim and LeaAnn Hamlin. She is the Vice-President of FBLA, a Student Council representative and is involved in Softball, FFA, Spanish Club, NHS and FCA. Strong is the son of Andy and Carrie Strong. He is involved in football, basketball, track and Spanish Club.
Giulia Boscolo and Landon Hodge are Senior candidates. Boscoso lives with host parents Keith and Jacqueline Gudehus. She is involved in softball, Spanish Club and Drama Club. Hodge is the son of Andy and Karen Hodge. He is the Reporter of NHS and is also involved in football and Campus Bowl.
Lastly, Haleigh Miller and Wesley Ward are also Senior candidates. Miller is the daughter of Chad and Erin Miller. She is involved in softball, FBLA, NHS, Spanish Club and Eagle Nation News. Ward is the son of Robert and Maranda Ward. He is involved in football, basketball Student Section, Spanish Club and Campus Bowl.
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