Tell City High School seniors prepare for homecoming ceremonies Friday

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TELL CITY – Tell City Junior-Senior High School will host its football homecoming ceremony Friday be-fore the game against North Posey.


Queen candidates
Logan Flannagan is the daughter of Dr. Mark and Larky Flannagan. She has participated in volleyball, basketball, track and field and pep club for four years. She’s also been a class officer for three years, been a member of Key Club and Student Steering Committee for two years and been in Renaissance, student council and the swim team for one year. Flannagan is undecided on her future plans but plans to study in the medical field.
Mary Jane Shockley is the daughter of Misty and Michael Chapman. Upon graduation, she intends to pursue her goal of being a part of the Coast Guard and then attend college and major in law enforcement.
Layla Craig is the daughter of Aubrey and Kristy Craig. She is a senior and class president and has also participated in pep club and been on the prom committee. She plans to pursue a nursing degree at the University of Southern Indiana next fall.
Maribeth Ammon is the daughter of Ron and Lesa Ammon. She has been in marching band and color guard and pep club, each for four years. She has also participated in We the Youth and Spanish club for one year. She plans to attend college to study nursing upon graduation.
King candidates
Shane Roerk is the son of Theresa Roerk. He’s participated in pep club for four years and played football for four years. He’s also been a class officer for three years. He plans to attend Western Kentucky University or Indiana State University to major in criminal justice or criminology.
Clint Waninger is the son of Jo and Jerry Waninger. He has participated in football and track and field, both for four years; pep club for three years and Spanish club for three years. He’s also been on mission trips with St. Paul Catholic Church over the past three years. He plans to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering but is undecided on a university.
Marcus Hinton is the son of James and Mari Hinton. He has participated in track and field for four years, football for three years and pep club for two years. He hopes to become a police officer after graduating in May.
Brook Smith is the son of Lesley May and Roger Smith. He has participated in cross country and track and field, each for four years. He plans to attend college after graduating but he’s undecided on a major.
Underclassmen representatives will be juniors Natalie Peter, daughter of Cheryl and John Peter, and Elliott Brown, son of Chris Brown and Kim Embry; sophomores Allison Conder, daughter of Bobbi Gilmore and Jeremy Conder, and Javier Mendez, son of Mercedes and Javier Mendez, and freshmen Emma Kohnert, daughter of Julie and Bob Kohnert, and Shane Lasher, son of Beth and Mike Lasher. Crown carriers will be Lydia Hollinden, daughter of Chris and Kelly Hollinden, and Owen Henrickson, son of Bart and Leslie Henrickson.