Homecoming royalty to be crowned Friday at Perry Central

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LEOPOLD – The 2010-11 Perry Central basketball homecoming ceremony will be held between the games of the boys varsity and junior-varsity basketball teams against Crawford County Friday. The junior-varsity game will begin at 5:30 p.m.

The senior class has selected the queen and king candidates for the ceremony. The entire high-school student body will vote on the queen and king.

Queen Candidates

Deidra Dickerson is the daughter of Bill and Dixie Dickerson of Leopold. During high school, she was involved in basketball, cross country, 4-H, National Honor Society, Students Taking Actions Not Drugs, Key Club, Power of Youth Council, track and Natural Helpers. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, showing cattle, reading and playing basketball. After graduation from high school, Dickerson plans to major in speech-language pathology at college.

Chelsea Eddleman of rural Tell City is the daughter of Chris and Rhonda Carter and Dave and Kim Eddleman. Throughout her high-school career, Eddleman has participated in National Honor Society and German club. During her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with friends and family, and cooking.

After Eddleman graduates from high school, she plans to attend Brescia University in Owensboro, Ky., and become a registered nurse.

Megan Hedinger is the daughter of Tim and Melody Hedinger of Bristow. During high school, she has been active in volleyball, National Honor Society and German and art clubs. As a hobby, she enjoys participating in athletic activities.

After high-school graduation, Hedinger plans to attend the University of Southern Indiana in Evansville and major in radiology and sonography.

King Candidates

Brad Barnes is the son of Gary and Angela Barnes of Dexter. During high school, he has participated in baseball and football and is a member of the athletic club.

During his spare time, Barnes enjoys playing football, hanging out with friends and lifting weights. His future plans after graduation from high school haven’t been decided.

Ian Bashor of Bandon is the son of Dwaine and Martha Bashor. Throughout high school, Bashor has been involved in cross country, track, National Honor Society and German and math clubs. In his spare time, he enjoys playing soccer, biking, canoeing, hunting and fishing.

After graduation, Bashor plans to attend college. His major is undecided at this time.

Noah Gatwood is the son of Donald and Linda Gatwood of Kitterman Corner. During high school, he has participated in cross country, track, National Honor Society, Students Taking Action Not Drugs and Big Brothers-Big Sisters.

He enjoys running, camping, hanging out with friends, playing guitar and helping people in his spare time.

Gatwood’s future plans after high-school graduation are to attend a four-year college and major in the medical field.