Polk County seniors who will be part of the Homecoming Court include, from left: Katie Campuzano-Gomez, Ashlyn Ramsey, Jayden Bishop, McKenna Hill, Lindsey Jenkins and Olivia Overholt.

PCHS to crown 2021-22 Homecoming Queen

Polk County High School will announce its Homecoming Queen for the 2021-2022 academic year during halftime of Friday’s home football game with R-S Central.

Eighteen PCHS students comprise this year’s court, with a Homecoming Queen, first runner-up and Miss Wolverine to be chosen from the group.

Friday’s game is set to kick off at 7:30 p.m. There will also be a Homecoming Parade through downtown Columbus beginning at 5 p.m. Note that Mills Street in Columbus will be closed from Hampton Street to Park Street from 5-5:30 p.m.

In addition to the seniors pictured above, this year’s court includes:

Juniors in the Homecoming Court include, from left: Annslee Kilgore, Katie Cothran, Ella Waldman and Amberlyn Scruggs. The court also includes Caroline Emory, below.
Sophomores in the Homecoming Court include, from left: Gracie Edwards, Zaelea Eller and Elena Carroll. The court also includes Caroline Taylor, below.
Freshmen in the Homecoming Court include, from left: Natalie Serrano, Kylie Lewis and Kylee Waters