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Polk County High to celebrate Homecoming on Friday

Polk County High School will celebrate Homecoming on Friday with an afternoon parade through downtown Columbus and the crowning of this year’s queen at halftime of the home game with East Henderson. 

The traditional Homecoming parade will begin at 5 p.m. in Columbus, and a portion of Mills Street will be closed during the parade, which will depart from the Food Lion parking lot and travel through town to Polk County High School. 

This year’s Homecoming Queen will then be announced and crowned during Friday night’s game, which kicks off at 7:30 p.m. 

Seniors competing for the title of Homecoming Queen include: Trinity Branham, Isabella Bowser, Kendall Hall, Lauren Ketwitz, Baylee Love, Isabella Marino. 

Other members of this year’s Homecoming Court will compete for the title of Miss Wolverine, which is voted on by members of the football team. This year’s representatives from each class include: 

Juniors: Taylor Burnett, Natalee Davis, Ansley Lynch, Nicole Mott, Mariah Overholt, Morgan Stott. 

Polk County High juniors nominated for this year’s Homecoming Court include Mariah Overholt, Taylor Burnett, Natalee Davis, Morgan Stott, Nicole Mott, Ansley Lynch.

Sophomores: Meadow Becker, Anna Hodge, Anna McFadden, Mireya Roman, Sydney Waldman. 

Polk County High sophomores nominated for this year’s Homecoming Court include Sydney Waldman, Anna McFadden, Anna Hodge, Mireya Roman, Meadow Becker.

Freshmen: Rollins Carter, Calista Cline, Rachael Davis, Johnna Gordon. 

Polk County High freshmen nominated for this year’s Homecoming Court include Rollins Carter, Rachael Davis, Calista Cline. Not pictured is Johnna Gordon.

 

Submitted by PolkSports.com