Timberlake High School is in the middle of their basketball homecoming week, which will conclude with the basketball games Saturday night.
The daily themes are also as follows:
• Monday: Make yourself at home (pajama day).
• Tuesday: Homies day (match with your friends).
• Wednesday: Homerun (sports gear).
• Thursday: Home of the brave (patriotic colors).
• Friday: There’s no place like home (Tiger pride).
Coronation will begin at 5:45 p.m. with senior night following at 6 p.m. The games will follow.
The attendants for the freshman, sophomore and junior classes are as follows:
• Freshman: Aowyn Seek and Chase Pierce.
• Sophomore: Kilynn Gaff and Merric Judd.
• Junior: Cade Severin.
The royalty are as follows:
• Samantha Phillips. She is the daughter of Matt and Monica Phillips.
Samantha is involved in softball, basketball, slow pitch softball and FFA.
Her honors include four time softball all-conference, three time softball district championship, two time basketball district champion, two time area basketball champion, principal’s honor roll and National Honor Society.
When asked why she should be homecoming queen, Samantha said, “I think I should be homecoming queen because I am a very active person within the Timberlake School and a good role model.”
• Amaya Ullrich. She is the daughter of Kimberly Ullrich.
Amaya is involved in basketball, slow pitch softball, Stuco and FCCLA.
Her honors include Superintendent’s Honor Roll, National Honor Society and class Stuco representative.
When asked why she should be homecoming queen, Amaya said, “Becoming homecoming queen would be a good school memory to have. I also know how many little kids look up to us, so I feel like I would be a good role model for that.”
• Cameron Brewer. He is the son of Todd and Shawna Springer.
Brewer is involved in football, baseball and basketball.
When asked why he should be homecoming king, Brewer said, “I’m outgoing and have been involved in sports every year except last year.”
• Dylan Schlup. He is the son of Carrie Powell and Ron Schlup.
Schlup is involved in FFA basketball and track.
His honors include All-Star football and All State Track.
When asked why he should be homecoming king, Schlup said, “I want to be homecoming king because it would be a cool memory.”
• Cade Redding. He is the son of Makayla Redding and Neal and Bev Wallace.
Cade is involved in basketball and football.
His honors include Stuco representative.
When asked why he should be homecoming king, Cade said, “I am very outgoing.”
• The flower girl for the evening is Kenzlynn Spade. She is the daughter Trent and Kasya Spade.
Kenzlynn’s hobbies are gymnastics, playing with her brothers and making slime.
When she grows up, she wants to be a teacher.
Kenzlynn’s favorite part of school is playing at centers.
• The crown bearer is Owen Masquelier. He is the son of John and Shannon Masquelier.
Owen’s hobbies are drawing, reading, playing with his baby brother and anything superhero.
When he grows up, Owen wants to be a police officer.
His favorite part of school is the library, so he can read more books.