Volleyball state champs to be honored at Centre homecoming

Staff writer

The Centre High School 1988 state championship volleyball team will be recognized Friday during halftime of the homecoming game against Peabody-Burns.

The team will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of its crowning achievement. A dance routine by the Centre cheerleaders will precede recognition of the members of the team.

Crowning of the homecoming king and queen will be at 6:15 p.m. Queen candidates are Cacey Simons, daughter of Clay and Sharon Simons of Lincolnville; Bryanna Svoboda, daughter of A.J. and Sandra Svoboda of Ramona; and Makenzie Deines, daughter of Terry and Julie Deines of Ramona. King candidates are Grant Srajer, son of Jim and Kris Srajer of Ramona; Kyle Methvin, son of Brent and Briana Methvin of Lincolnville; and Ty Simons, son of Clay and Sharon Simons of Lincolnville.

Little helpers are Addison Bina, daughter of Jeff and Terri Bina; Trinity Espinoza, daughter of Jose and Jennifer Espinoza; Spencer Hancock, son of Dennis and Tiffany Hancock; Owen Wingerd, son of Luke and Kim Wingerd; Brent Mercer, son of Sheila Brown and Chester Mercer; and Jonah Svitak, son of Shane and Jennifer Svitak.

The homecoming theme is “Crash My Party,” by Luke Bryan, and colors are navy blue and gold. A dance in the commons will follow the football game.

 

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