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PAHS to crown Homecoming Queen, Princess Friday

September 27, 2011

The PAHS 2011 Homecoming Queen’s Court includes (from left) Alissa Vite, Cenneca Dilts, Adrienne Hess, Keaton Mohney, Brooke Doney and Alexandria Magill. The senior class has voted, so which of these young ladies will be crowned? Find out during halftime of Friday’s 7 p.m. football game against Karns City. (Photo submitted)

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Sept. 8, the PAHS senior class chose six senior girls to represent the 2011 Homecoming Queen’s Court.

This year’s court includes Cenneca Dilts, Brooke Doney, Adrienne Hess, Alexandria Magill, Keaton Mohney, and Alissa Vite.

The senior girl with the highest number of votes will reign as queen, and the senior girl with the second highest number of votes will reign as princess, after the official crowning during halftime of Friday’s homecoming football game against Karns City.

The court will also be honored during the school day with the queen’s court assembly and the PAHS Student Government-sponsored Homecoming dance at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

• Cenneca Layne Dilts, the daughter of Robert and Connie Dilts of Smicksburg, is enrolled in the academic curriculum at PAHS.

During high school, she has participated in Spanish Club, Agriculture Club and track and field in grades nine through 12; Dramatics, Key Club and indoor track in grades 10 through 12; and Science Club, Mock Trial, girls’ soccer and Math Club in grades 11 and 12.

Her special honors and recognition include being named a Student of the Month in grade 11.

Dilts’ post-graduation plan is to attend a four-year college with a major in secondary English education.

Kendall Neal will be her escort.

• Brooke Danielle Doney, daughter of Diane and David Doney of Punxsutawney, is enrolled in the academic curriculum at PAHS.

During high school, she has participated in volleyball and intramurals in grades nine through 12; community service at the hospital in grade 12; Future Health Services, Spanish Club and Key Club in grade 10; Powderpuff Football in grade 11; and was a Special Olympics helper in grades 10 through 12.

Her special honors and recognitions include being named a Student of the Month in grade 10 and being captain of the volleyball team in grade 12.
Doney’s post-graduation plan is to attend college.

Micky DeChurch will be her escort.

• Adrienne Elise Hess, daughter of Chuck and Lynn Hess, is enrolled in the academic curriculum at PAHS.

During high school, she has participated in Student Government, Ski Club, and Middle States in grades nine through 12; and Art Club, Science Club, Spanish Club and indoor/outdoor track in grades 10 through 12. She has also been an altar server at SS.C.D. Roman Catholic Church and volunteers for St. Vincent DePaul.

Her special honors and recognitions include being named a Student of the Month in grade nine and lettering in track and field.

Hess’ post-graduation plan is to attend college at Penn State University to major in architecture.

Nick Roberts will be her escort.

• Alexandria Marie Magill, daughter of Dr. Bradley and Teresa Magill of Punxsutawney, is enrolled in the academic curriculum at PAHS.

During high school, she has participated in softball, basketball and Spanish Club in grades nine through 12; Varsity Club and Art Club in grade 12; intramurals; and Powderpuff.

Her special honors and recognitions include being named a Student of the Month in grade 10.

Magill is a member of the First Church of God, and her post-graduation plans include attending a four-year college, majoring in nursing.
Dane Baker will be her escort.

• Keaton Ann Mohney, daughter of Keith and Barbara Mohney of Punxsutawney, is enrolled in the academic curriculum at PAHS.

During high school, she has participated in Envirothon, Reading Team, AmeriCorps, Upward Bound and Spanish Club; girls’ soccer in grades 10 and 11; girls’ track in grades nine and 11; Key Club in grades nine and 10; Varsity Club; and Math Club. She also volunteered at the Godot Animal Sanctuary and helped with Special Olympics and at Camp Friendship.

Mohney is a member of the Chestnut Grove Independent Youth Group and works at Mary’s Place as a waitress.

Her post-graduation plan is to attend a four-year college to major in elementary education and special education.

Brody Morgan will be her escort.

• Alissa Kirsten Vite, daughter of Daniel and Danielle Vite of Punxsutawney, is enrolled in the academic curriculum at PAHS.

During high school, she has participated in Key Club, Spanish Club and Science Club in grades 10 through 12; and Ski Club, soccer and track and field in grades nine through 12.

Her special honors and recognitions include lettering in track and field and soccer.

Vite is a member of SS.C.D. Roman Catholic Church, and her post-graduation plans include attending a four-year college.

Kevin Byars will be her escort.

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