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Centre homecoming will recognize past sports teams

In addition to crowning a king and queen Feb. 7, Centre High School will recognize two special teams from the past.

During the varsity girls’ halftime, the 1984 girls’ state championship track team, along with coaches Doug Sidener, Stan Wiles, and Deb Wiles, will be honored.

Between the two varsity games, the 1979 boys’ state third-place basketball team, along with coaches Russ Goering and Larry Smith, will be honored.

The coronation ceremony will be at halftime of the boys’ varsity game.

Queen candidates are Amy Makovec, daughter of Ron and the late Renee Makovec; Cacey Simons, daughter of Sharon and Clay Simons; and Bryanna Svoboda, daughter of Sandra and A.J. Svoboda.

King candidates are Chad Mueller, son of Francie and Donald Mueller; Ty Simons, son of Sharon and Clay Simons; and Grant Srajer, son of Kris and Jim Srajer.

Little helpers will be kindergartners Kaydence Lopez-Herrera, daughter of Amber and Cruz Lopez; Nash Jamolod, son of Kelsey Hatfield; Elijah Klenda, son of Andrea and Dale Klenda; Clara Noeth, daughter of Julie and Byron Noeth; Sydney Smith, daughter of Ashton and Jesse Smith; and Kolby and Kolton Steiner, sons of Heather and Kelly Steiner.

Last modified Jan. 30, 2014