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LEOPOLD – The 2010-11 Perry Central football homecoming will be held at halftime of the varsity football game against Tell City Friday.
Brandi Eckert of rural St. Croix is the daughter of Jeff and Peggy Eckert. During high school, Eckert has been involved in cheerleading, Big Brothers-Big Sisters, Key, German, Spanish and art clubs and Natural Helpers. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, photography, going to the beach and listening to mus-ic. After graduation, Eckert plans to attend college and major in photography.
Jennifer Simpson is the daughter of Rick and Dor-othy Simpson of rural Tell City. Throughout high school, Simpson has participated in cheerleading, Big Brothers-Big Sisters, Na-tional Honor Society, yearbook and student council. She enjoys gymnastics, and spending time with friends and family in her spare time. Simpson plans to at-tend Indiana University Southeast and study elementary education and special education after graduation from high school.
Kristin Truelove of St. Croix is the daughter of Lora Truelove and Robert Sherfick. During high school, Truelove has been active in cheerleading, National Honor Society, Spell Bowl, fine arts academic team, Big Brothers-Big Sisters, German and art clubs and Upward Bound. In her spare time, she enjoys gymnastics, art, running, shopping, spending time with friends, visiting the elderly and being on the river. After high-school graduation, Truelove plans to attend college. Her major is undecided.
Andrew Harpenau of rural Leopold is the son of Roger Harpenau and Teresa Harpenau. During high school, Harpenau has participated in baseball, National Honor Soc-iety, student council, pep club and the St. Isidore Church Youth Group. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, enjoying the outdoors, playing cornhole and reading. Harpenau’s future plans after graduation from high school include at-tending college and studying pharmacy.
Eric Scheiber is the son of Robert and Steph-anie Scheiber of rural Tell City. Throughout high school, he has been involved in cross-country, track, Students Taking Action Not Drugs, Na-tional Honor Society and the German, art and marketing clubs. He enjoys skiing, running, watching movies and hanging out with family and friends in his spare time. Scheiber plans to attend the University of Southern Indiana after graduation from high school.
Kyle Troesch of rural St. Meinrad is the son of Steve and Kathy Troesch. During high school, he has participated in baseball, basketball, cross-country, Perry County Power of Youth Council, National Honor Society, student council, Natural Helpers, Key Club, Stand and National Society of Success and Leadership. In his spare time, he enjoys golfing, spending time outdoors and hanging out with friends. Troesch’s future plans after graduation from high school are to attend Purdue University and study engineering.