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MAHS Homecoming Court announced; activities scheduled for next week

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Posted 10/4/17

Friday, Oct. 13 and Saturday Oct. 14 is Homecoming weekend in Blue Raider-land. 

Festivities start with the dinner and awards at American Legion Post 594 in Middletown 6:30 p.m. Friday. The …

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MAHS Homecoming Court announced; activities scheduled for next week

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Friday, Oct. 13 and Saturday Oct. 14 is Homecoming weekend in Blue Raider-land. 

Festivities start with the dinner and awards at American Legion Post 594 in Middletown 6:30 p.m. Friday. The event lasts until 11 p.m.

The annual Homecoming parade begins at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Hoffer Park, making its way to War Memorial Field by 12:30 p.m. 

John Wilsbach, Class of 1983, is this year’s grand marshal, in honor of the 40th anniversary of the school district’s student-run radio station WMSS.

The Homecoming football game is vs. Camp Hill at War Memorial at 2 p.m.

The MAHS homecoming court recently was announced.

David Alcock is the son of Paula and Robert Alcock. He is involved in varsity soccer, basketball, baseball, Link Crew, National Honor Society and band (concert and marching). His favorite thing about MAHS? “The thing I like the most about Middletown is the size. Being smaller, I am able to form close relationships with my classmates and teachers.”

Ashley Barni is the daughter of John Barni and Lori Chainey. She is involved in band, soccer, basketball and track. Her favorite thing about MAHS? “The people.”

Thomas Einolf is the son of Karl and Maria Einolf. He is involved in PRIDE club, National Honor Society, soccer and the Blue Wave Marching Band. His favorite thing about MAHS? “It is a small school where everyone gets to know each other. The relationships I have made in this school will last a lifetime.”

Madison Garber is the daughter of Brian Garber and Lorrie Patrick. She is captain of the cross country team, track and field, Mini-THON chair of school outreach, Link Crew, and Student Council secretary. Her favorite thing about MAHS? “MAHS is a smaller school, so it allows us to not only be involved more, but to get to know everyone and form better relations with our peers and staff.”

Keely Lombardi is the daughter of Julie and Bob Lombardi. She is involved with Student Council as vice president and class officer as president of the senior class, main chair of Middletown Mini-THON, a member of Key Club, National Honor Society and Link Crew. She is a member of the girls soccer team and track and field team. Her favorite thing about MAHS? “The sense of community and pride demonstrated by students on the field, in the classroom, on the courts, and on the streets.”

Veronica Miller is the daughter of Jennifer and Christopher Miller. She is the Key Club president, and participates in softball, tennis and Link Crew. Her favorite thing about MAHS? “Football season and Key Club.”

Matthew Schopf is the son of Mark and Michelle Schopf. He is involved with the baseball team, golf team, student athletic trainer, Key Club, PRIDE Club, Link Crew and Ski Club. His favorite thing about MAHS? “The friendships I have made and the teachers who help make each day exciting and memorable.”

Justin Shaffer is the son of Thomas and Christine Shaffer. He is drum major in band, captain of cross country, and is involved with FBLA, track and Mini-THON. His favorite thing about MAHS? “Coming in to the day knowing the students and teachers enjoy their time together and always look to make the most of our days at MAHS.”

Jacob Spear is the son of Mitch and Debbie Spear. He is the Mini-THON chair, PRIDE Club vice president, historian class officer, Link Crew leader, Science Olympiad competitor, and National Honor Society member. He is on the soccer and tennis teams. His favorite thing about MAHS? “The exuberant atmosphere that is created among our students and staff’ pride for Middletown.”

Alayna Thomas is the daughter of Michael and Lisa Thomas. She is involved in soccer, secretary of PRIDE, Link Crew, class secretary and yearbook. Her favorite thing about MAHS? “My favorite thing about high school was attending all the football games and different sporting events.”