Uniontown announces Homecoming Court |

Uniontown announces Homecoming Court

This year’s homecoming for Uniontown Area High School will fall on the school’s 100th football game, so the homecoming court will incorporate all grades from freshman to senior, according to Pamela Howarth, a sponsor of the court. A king and queen will be crowned tonight during Uniontown’s game against Greensburg Salem.

The court will include:

= Freshman Caitlin Locke, daughter of Carol and the late John Locke of Uniontown; member of the Raiderette drill team, Ski Club, SADD and the Photography Club.

= Freshman Kevin Allen Sanders, son of Terry and Rhonda Sanders, born in San Antonio, Texas; member of the ninth-grade football team, basketball team, baseball team and track team, with academic status bringing him awards from the NAACP, Penn State, Fayette Campus, and Young Inspirations

= Sophomore Cassy Miller, daughter of Peter and Lisa Miller of Farmington; two-year member of the cheerleading squad, first-year member of the soccer team and a member of the 2002 Homecoming Court.

= Sophomore Ryan Kennedy, son of Christopher and Shannon Kennedy of Smock; an academic student, sophomore class president, member of the high school baseball team and art club.

= Junior Kelly Palya, daughter of Bill and Mary “Weezer” Palya of Uniontown; member of SADD, Spanish Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, track team, one of the captains on the girl’s volleyball team, three-year member of the Raiderette Drill Team and serves as Sgt.-at-Arms of the junior class.

= Junior Jarel Settles, son of Richard and Lana Settles; enrolled in academics honor classes, a member of the school’s Spanish Club, Drama Club, NAACP, Class of 2005 vice president, and has participated in a few school theatrical productions.

= Senior Ashley Arison, daughter of John and Lois Arison of Uniontown; member of SADD, Interact Club, Spanish Club, a four-year member of the cheerleading squad and captain of the cheerleading squad in her sophomore year.

= Senior Gregg Billy, son of Dave and Deborah Lovis of Uniontown; member of SADD and a two-year letterman for the baseball team.

= Senior Ashley Grohal, daughter of Ken and Cindy Grohal of Uniontown; member of the varsity cheerleading squad, a four-year member of the softball team, National Honor Society, SADD, Interact Club, Ski Club, French Club, vice president of the Spanish Club, co-editor-in-chief for the school newspaper and served as Sgt.-at-Arms of her class for the past four years.

= Senior Reese Hodge, formerly of Jacksonville, N.C.; starter for the Uniontown Red Raiders baseball team and is proud of his 3.3 grade point average while he maintains a part-time job.

= Senior Sarah Howarth, daughter of Ronald and Pamela Howarth of Uniontown; Class of 2004 vice president for the past four years, member of the Red Raiders swim team, Red Raiders marching band’s chief drum major, co-editor-in-chief of the school newspaper, treasurer of the Spanish Club, participated in the fall One-Act Plays and the spring musical and represented her class for homecoming during her sophomore year.

= Senior Kellen Lieb, son of Larry and Jo Lieb; member of the football team for the past four years, SADD and the Ski Club.

= Senior Adreinne Kerlin, daughter of Samuel and Rosemary Kerlin; a four-year member of the Spanish Club, in her fifth year of language, participates in the Interact Club and a three-year softball team member.

= Senior Adam Lucidi, son of Jim and Maureen Lucidi and the late Kristina Lucidi; member of SADD, the Spanish Club and the high school One-Act Plays.

= Senior Kristin Jobes, daughter of David and Cindy Jobes; varsity cheerleader, participates in chorus, member of SADD, junior song leader and has volunteered 300 plus hours for Junior Auxiliary at the Uniontown Hospital.

= Senior Aaron Moreau, son of Mary Anne and Steven Moreau; member of the National Honor Society, has made two WPIALS in a row and is a member of the Uniontown High School Marching Band.

= Senior Mariah Zajac, daughter of Michael and Renee Zajac of Uniontown; member of SADD, Ski Club, Interact Club, four-year member of the concert band, participates in the National Honor Society and the spring musicals, honorary member of the Spanish Club, named Student of the Month by the chamber of commerce, assistant captain of the Silk Squad and is opinion editor for the school newspaper.

= Senior Nathan Piccolomini, son of David and Janice Piccolomini; three-year varsity football player and a member of SADD.

LH Homecoming

The following are on the homecoming court for Laurel Highlands High School:

= Hallie Cupp

= Wendy Dowling

= Jessica Evans

= Samantha Jackson

= Lara Kocerko

= Abby Lion

= Lauren Mahoney

= Lauren Nemcheck

= Mary Phillips

= Kelly Scott

Laurel Highlands will crown a queen during its football game tonight against Yough.

No further information was available.

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