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September 28, 2007

Schlarman announces Homecoming plans

King, queen and court presented

DANVILLE — The 2007 Schlarman High School Homecoming court was announced at a Homecoming Week Mass held Monday.

The court will be presented to the community at halftime of tonight’s football game. Members of the court are:

--Queen: Sarah Schlecht, daughter of Mark and Rebecca Schlecht of Danville

--King: Nathan Jenkins, son of Norm and Shelly Jenkins of Westville.

--enior attendants: Sarah Bois, daughter of Rita Bois of Westville; Brooke Bolen, daughter of Brent and Joni Bolen of Chrisman; Tony Robinson, son of Robert and Diane Robinson of Danville; and Michael Larson, son of Brian and Judy Larson of Danville.

--Junior attendants: Jessi Cramer, daughter of Jeff and Damie Cramer of Danville; Katie Sermersheim, daughter of Teri Sermersheim of Danville; Steven Kutz, son of Thomas and Sherri Kutz of Danville; and Tommy Petersak, son of Toni and Tracie Petersak of Westville.

--Sophomore attendants: Sarah Barrett, daughter of Julie Ahrens of Covington and Kerry Barrett of Danville; Alexandra Wolfe, daughter of Mary Morrison and Robert Gagnon of Danville and Royce Wolfe of Danville; Greyson Pasco, son of Jan Pasco of Danville; and Mikito Sugawara, exchange student staying with Mark and Christine Austin of Danville.

--Freshman attendants: Casey Cromwell, daughter of Joe and Sally Cromwell of Danville; Kristian Rentrop, niece of Melinda Rentrop of Bismarck; Heath Goodwin, son of Mark and Teri Goodwin of Danville; and Adam Pellegrini, son of Mark and Sue Pellegrini of Danville.

The evening festivities begin with a tailgate at 5 p.m., on the Drummy plaza followed by a 7 p.m. kickoff.

All SHS alumni are invited to stop by the sign-in table in front of Shebby gym for a free pass to the game.

The featured match-up will be between the JV Hilltoppers and the JV Tigers of Westville.

At the conclusion of the game a spectacular fireworks display sponsored by the SHS Athletic Boosters will be held.

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