Geibel reveals homecoming court for 2003 |

Geibel reveals homecoming court for 2003

Eight girls have been chosen to serve as members of the Geibel Catholic High School 2003 Homecoming Court.

The 2003 Homecoming Queen will be selected from the five senior candidates and crowned during halftime of the football game between Geibel and Frazier High School on Oct. 4 at the Geibel Catholic Athletic Field. Game time is at 2 p.m. Prior to the game, a Homecoming Parade will be held at noon.

Andrea Hamo is the freshman class court representative. A daughter of Lou and Jackie Hamo of Uniontown, she is a member of St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church in Uniontown. She also belongs to the Geibel Catholic Calligraphy Club and is a member of the freshman float committee.

Serving as the sophomore class court representative is Rochelle DiCianno, daughter of Joseph and Ruth DiCianno of Republic. A member of Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Church in Republic, she is also a member of the Geibel Catholic track team and the Geibel Aerospace Program.

Lee Robbins is the junior class court representative. The daughter of Dr. Richard and Eleanor Robbins of Somerset, she is a member of St. Peter Roman Catholic Church in Somerset. She also is a member of the Geibel Catholic cheerleading squad, the Gator Entertainers, the school newspaper and SADD. In addition, Robbins is involved with the choir at St. Peter, a Relay for Life volunteer, Camp for Kids counselor and member of the American Red Cross Sept. 11 Vocal Program.

Vying for the title of homecoming queen are senior class candidates Jenna Gratchic,

Kristyn Lowe, Megan Sopko, Jessica Vilella and Jessica Zamiska.

= Gratchic, daughter of James and Carole Gratchic of Connellsville, is a member of St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church in Connellsville, member of the Geibel Catholic cheerleading squad, girls’ soccer team, Spanish Honor Society and the Geibel Aerospace Program. She also is very active with Special Olympics and is an altar server at St. John’s.

= Lowe, daughter of Donald and Maria Lowe of Charleroi, is a member of St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church in Belle Vernon. She is very active in the Geibel music ministry, Geibel Aerospace Program, SADD and the chamber choir. She practices gymnastics on a regular basis and is also active in her community through Special Olympics, Community Women’s Club and assisting local senior citizens.

= Sopko, daughter of Kate Sopko and the late Peter Sopko Jr. of Belle Vernon, is the member of St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church in Belle Vernon. She is also a member of the Geibel Catholic girls’ soccer team, the Latin Honor Society, spring musicals and the chamber choir. Sopko also attends voice lessons and is active in the Triple Threat Theater Group and the Independent Soccer League.

= Vilella, daughter of Paul and Carole Vilella of Connellsville, is a member of St. Rita Roman Catholic Church in Connellsville. She also is a member of the Geibel Catholic girls’ basketball team, girls’ volleyball team, National Honor Society and is president of the senior class. She is also active as an altar server and street fair volunteer at St. Rita’s. She is a member of the Western Pennsylvania Youth Leadership Council and a volunteer with the Salvation Army’s bell ringing campaign.

= Zamiska, daughter of Michael and Patricia Zamiska of Charleroi, is a member of Mary, Mother of God Roman Catholic Church in Charleroi. She is also a member of the National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Geibel Catholic girls’ volleyball team and the spring musicals. She also stays active as a cantor at her parish and is a member of the Triple Threat Theater Group.

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