Allison Gerhard is one of the Homecoming Queen candidates. She is involved in Mock Trial, DECA, FCCLA, and runs for the cross country team. She wasn’t at school when court was announced but she received messages from her friends after the names were announced and she was very excited. “Being in the parade will be fun.”
Layne Shields is one of the Homecoming Queen candidates. She plays soccer, basketball, and softball and is involved in DECA, members at large, FCCLA, and spanish honor society. She is excited to be on court because it is uch an honor that her classmates saw me as a leader and as a nice person that people look up to.
Dustin Foley is one of the Homecoming King candidates. He has played basketball and baseball for 11 years, has done track for one year now, and is involved in Mock Trial. A lot of people had told him that they voted for him but he was still happy to receive a spot on Homecoming Court and is glad to represent his senior class.
Allison Hannon is the sophomore Class of 2018 representative. She is involved in concert choir and show choir, she is also a cheerleader and is involved in Ross Young Life and also volunteers at Elda. She is very excited about getting sophomore representative, she was very surprised but very thankful.
Brock Tatum is the sophomore Class of 2018 representative. He has played baseball for RHS and he plays during the summer for Next Level Academy. He plans to continue to play during college as well. He wants to thank his fellow students for voting for him and is especially thankful for representing for two straight years.
Isabelle Bennett is the freshmen Class of 2019 representative. She is a cheerleader for RHS and this is her first year dancing in North College Hill. She was really surprised for getting freshmen representative and didn’t expect it. She is very excited for the parade and hopes to get representative again.