Homecoming royalty crowned at local schools
Scappoose, St. Helens high schools choose homecoming courts
Scappoose High School and St. Helens High School named their 2014 homecoming courts this month.
At Scappoose High, Syrina Revis was crowned as homecoming queen on Friday, Oct. 17. The honor of homecoming king was given to Devon Linville.
Princes in this year's Scappoose High Homecoming Court are Robby Backus, Gabe Grogg, Isaac Hamm, David Krupsky, Joey Krupsky, Gus Nelson, Nate Rieman, and Jacob Wendelschafer. Princesses are Hannah Carey, Megan Dews, Sarah Dews, Danielle Fischer, Haley Heuer, Avery Jones, Greta Kimball and Baylee Maloney.
The Scappoose High Homecoming Court was announced at an all-school assembly Monday, Oct. 13.
The Scappoose Indians rolled over their competition from Tillamook High School, winning 55-0, at the Oct. 17 homecoming football game.
On Friday, Oct. 24, Sydney Nett was named homecoming queen at St. Helens High School, while Casey Cooke was named homecoming king.
Nate Frost, Drake Laughlin, Dallin Opdahl and Brody Takemoto are princes in this year's St. Helens High Homecoming Court, while princesses Hailee Fischer, Michelle Sass, Silken Taylor and Sarah Thurston are this year's homecoming princesses.
The St. Helens Lions lost their homecoming football game 42-13 to Sandy High School last Friday. The defeat took them out of playoff contention this season.