DEGRAFF — Riverside High School has announced the 2019 homecoming court. This year’s queen is Jordyn Marshall, daughter of Shannon Marshall and Carl Marshall, of DeGraff. This year’s king is Jeffery Wren, son of Kellie Lemly, of DeGraff, and Jeff Wren, of DeGraff.
The king and queen will be crowned prior to Riverside’s football game on Friday, Oct. 4. The homecoming court includes Senior Attendants Lauren Johnson, daughter of Nancy Dunham, of Urbana, and Darren Dunham, of West Liberty, and Justin Ritzma, son of Nicole Vagedes, of DeGraff, and James Ritzma, of Bellefontaine; Junior Attendants Alli McKee, daughter of Melissa McKee, of DeGraff, and Lonny McKee, of Nelsonville, and Ethan Burrows, son of Stacey Burrows, of DeGraff, and Carl Burrows, of Belle Center; Sophomore Attendants Mia Stallard, daughter of Stephani and Cliff Stallard, of DeGraff, and Jayden Burchett, son of Kristin and Travis Burchett, of DeGraff; and Freshman Attendant Jade Copas, daughter, of Doug Copas, of DeGraff, and Kristen and Jack Switzer of Lakeview, and Walker Whitaker, son of Tiana Whitaker, of Sidney, and Corey Whitaker, of Bellefontaine.
Riverside students will attend the homecoming dance on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019.