Area schools celebrate homecoming during half-time
Area high schools, Williamsport, South Williamsport and Montoursville among others, celebrated homecoming during half-time at each of the football games.
Montoursville High School festivies will commence on Friday, beginning with a parade at the corner of Arch and Weaver streets, proceeding to Memorial Stadium. The homecoming court will participate in activites such as dinner at Johnson’s Cafe, reading to elementary students and helping with the school’s charity fundraiser.
The homecoming court includes Valerie Badger, Alexis Hartland, Abigail McLaughlin, Madelyn McLaughlin, Lanie Mussina, Sarah O’Brien, Alexa Tupper, Ashley Wheeland and Lea Worthington.
Homecoming kings, queens and princesses were all crowned during the half-time ceremonies.
Bilal Elfayoumi and Myla Kelley, Williamsport Area High School, were named king and queen on Oct. 1, as the Millionaires faced the Dallas Mountaineers.
Though the Millionaires fell 27-20, seniors on the homecoming court still got the chance to celebrate.
Those on the court this year included Matayah Deitrick, Roman Morrone, Kendall Kelley, Keegan Vanderlin, Kanina Lattie, Kydreese Burks (stand-in for JJ Beagle), Myla Kelley, Bilal Elfayoumi, Madeline Shaffer, Xavier Taylor, Teagan Marty, Avery Campbell, Amber Hakes, and Charles Crews.
South Williamsport Area High School, which celebrated homecoming on Sept. 27 with a parade of convertibles, crowned Jaiden Bradley as homecoming queen.
The senior homecoming representatives and their escorts included Claire Estelle Alexander and Caleb Jackson, Jaiden Jolene Mitteer Bradley and Eben Manning, Olivia Morgan Casella and Clayton Swarthout, Gianna Marie Godfrey and Brandon Laubach, Genesis Elliann Lukasiewicz and Ross Flerlage Emma Elizabeth Mitcheltree and David Miller Amaya Lynn Polite and Brodey Persun, and Madison Emma Tolomay and Brandon Weaver.