Seniors selected for the Homecoming Court include, from left: Caroline Emory, Annslee Kilgore, Cameron Ward, Amberlyn Scruggs, Ella Waldman and Katie Cothran

PCHS to crown 2022 Homecoming Queen

Polk County High School will announce its Homecoming Queen for the 2022-2023 academic year during halftime of Friday’s home football game with East Rutherford.

Nineteen 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.

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

Juniors selected for the Homecoming Court include, from left: Sarenity Carson, Vanessa Raposa, Zaelea Eller, Carly Holland, Elena Carroll and Sarah Gray
Sophomores selected for the Homecoming Court include, from left: Karsyn Huskey, Natalie Serrano, Kylee Waters and Kylie Lewis
Freshmen selected for the Homecoming Court include, from left: Riyah Schroyer, Bailey Staton and Leah Dotson