LIMA — The 2019 Ohio State Lima homecoming court was selected from a pool of applicants based on their leadership qualities, spirit, integrity, scholastic performance and achievement through their contributions and involvement at Ohio State. A selection committee interviewed each applicant and chose three male and three female students to comprise the Lima homecoming court. The application and interview scores are combined with the student body vote to determine Lima’s king and queen.
Lima’s homecoming king and homecoming queen will be announced at a private crowning ceremony at the Longaberger Alumni House, on Fri., Oct. 4, 2019, in Columbus.
During homecoming week, Sept. 30-Oct. 4, 2019, the entire court will participate in activities during the week both in Lima and Columbus, at the homecoming parade and during the homecoming game against Michigan State.
Ohio State Lima’s 2019 homecoming court includes Megan Blankemeyer, senior in Business Administration, of Bellefontaine; Victoria Bradford, senior in Psychology, of Paulding; Sierra Butcher, senior in English and Theater, of Botkins; Dalton Faulder, senior in Middle Childhood Education, of Jackson Center; Donald Miller, junior in Early Childhood Education, of Delphos; an Josh Sheppard, senior in Psychology, of Wapakoneta.