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NBHS Fall Homecoming 2015

North Baltimore High School will be celebrating Homecoming 2015 at Friday night’s football game with Cory-Rawson. We present the Homecoming Court photo and biographies.

NBHS Homecoming Court 2015
NBHS Homecoming 2015

 

 Freshmen Attendants:

Alivia Light is the daughter of Butch and Kelly Light. Alivia plays basketball, volleyball, and softball here at NBHS and also represents her class by being elected class president. In her spare time, Alivia enjoys spending time with her friends and family.

Brady Rader is the son of Tiffanie and Andrew Rader. He enjoys playing football, basketball, and baseball for NBHS. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, which includes his two younger sisters and two younger brothers. He also enjoys hanging out with cousins, his friends, and the lifting trio.

Sophomore Attendants:

Paige Hyatt is the daughter of Troy and Penny Hyatt. Paige participates in softball, basketball, and volleyball. Outside of school she enjoys shopping, doing makeup, and hanging out with friends, and especially, her sister Olivia.

Noah Pelton is the son of Kirk Pelton and Mary Casey. He participates in numerous extra-curriculars here at NBHS, including band, cross country, track, and drama club. Outside of school, he is an active member of boy scouts and the Holy Family Catholic Church.

Junior Attendants:

Makayla Light is the daughter of Aaron (Butch) Light and Kelly Light. She participates in softball, volleyball, and basketball here at NBHS. She also enjoys spending time with friends in her free time.

Aurelian Greeno is the son of Heather and Troy Greeno. He is an active member of Paws for a Cause, iWrite, and Publications here at NBHS. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, writing, painting, doing community service, and spending time with friends.

Senior Attendants:

Kenzie Carles is the daughter of Ty and Kathy Carles. She is a four year member of student council and the president of her class. She is a member of the community service group, Paws for a cause, here at NBHS and also plays volleyball and runs track. In her free time, she loves being with family and friends. Upon graduation, Kenzie plans on attending BGSU to study business administration.

Hank Matthes is the son of Matt and Arica Matthes. At North Baltimore, he participates in football, band, and National Honor Society. In his spare time, he enjoys hunting, fishing, working at the movie theater, and spending time with family and friends. After graduation, his plans are to go to BGSU to major in Biology, before going to the National University of Health Sciences to become a chiropractor. He would also like to coach football in the future.

Cheyenne Hernandez is the daughter of Frankie and Pat Hernandez. Cheyenne is a member of National Honor Society, Student Council, and Paws for a Cause here at NBHS. She also plays travel ball for the Magic Organization, as well as holding a four year varsity letter for NB. Throughout her softball career, Cheyenne has receive 2 years of Honorable Mention, 3 Years of the Captains Award, and first-team all BVC. She was also the 2013 recipient of the Greg-Conine Award. In her spare time, she enjoys working at Red Lobster, babysitting, and spending time with friends and family. Upon graduation, Cheyenne plans to attend BGSU and major in nursing.

Alex Nichols is the son of Teresa Fransisco, Mike Nichols, Hunker Fransisco, and Nicki Nichols. Here at NBHS, Alex plays on the football team. In his spare time, he enjoys hunting, fishing, and hanging out with friends. He also enjoys working with his dad and older brother, Chase, as well as teaching his younger brother Grady how to play baseball, and Cole how to swim. In the future, he plans on joining the Army.

Emma Rister is the daughter of Chad and Abbi Rister. Emma plays volleyball and basketball here at NBHS. She is also a member of Paws for a Cause, National Honor Society, and Student Council. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family. After graduation, she hopes to attend BGSU for nursing.

Tyler Stimmel is the son of Dan and Brenda Stimmel. Here at NBHS, Tyler is a member of the cross country and track team. He is also involved in the different bands, Tri-M, National Honor Society, Drama Club, and Boy Scouts. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with friends and loved ones. In the future, he plans on attending Tiffin University to major in business administration. He would also like to continue running track and cross country during his college years.

Prince and Princess: Kindergarten Attendants (no photo):

Lacie Allison is the daughter of Andy and Holly Allison.  She has a sister, Kaylee Allison, and enjoys playing with her two dogs, Chloe and Sophie.  Lacie’s favorite color is blue, and she likes riding her bike, playing baseball, and camping.  When Lacie grows up she wants to be a lifeguard.

Levi Vanlerberg is the son of Brian and Jennifer Vanlerberg. He has two older brothers at Powell, Jesse and Noah Vanlerberg. Levi’s favorite color is green, and he is active in soccer, cross country, and wrestling.  He enjoys cooking and makes an amazing zucchini bread! When Levi grows up he wants to be a farmer, artist, ice cream worker, as well as obtain part-time work at the Toledo Zoo.

2014 Queen and King:

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Last year’s queen, Maddie Ray is the daughter of Jeremy and Chris Ray. Maddie is currently attending BGSU for nursing. She loves her new job as a registration representative at the Wood County Hospital. Since graduation, Maddie has also become an active volunteer for Habitat for Humanity.

The 2014 king, Nathan Flores, is the son of Hank and Miriam Flores. Nathan is currently attending Capital University for nursing, where he also runs on the cross country team. Nathan is excited to be back in NB for homecoming this year.

The school requests that you do not take gifts out onto the field until after the king and queen have been announced. This way everyone that wants to get pictures of the court walking may do so.

One thought on “NBHS Fall Homecoming 2015”

  1. We have always loved this time of year and especially NBHS Homecoming. It is just great to see these wonderful young people who represent our community and schools so well. All these handsome young men and beautiful young ladies are truly some of America’s best and brightest. This years nominees are the newest in a long tradition of excellent students who have provided us with all the reasons we ever would need to be proud of our schools and our community. Congratulations Ladies and Gentlemen and Thank You!

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