PCPS Announces Plans for Homecoming 2020October 5, 2020 | Sports
PONCA CITY — Homecoming for Ponca City High School will kick off at 6 p.m. Oct. 8 with the Reverse Parade and end on Friday with the football game.
Class floats will be parked along Overbrook by the curb in front of the High School front lawn and the spectators will drive by to look at them. Traffic should turn onto Overbrook from 5th Street and continue slowly in front of the school to view the floats between 5th and 7th Streets.
The Homecoming Court consists of a freshman, sophomore, and junior class attendant and three senior class queen candidates. The senior class has chosen the queen from among the senior queen candidates, and the winner will be announced before the football game Friday night.
Landrie Linder is elected as the Freshman Attendant. She is the daughter of Jody and Brook Linder and a member of the Po-Hi Steppers and the tennis team. Linder will be is escorted by William Curfman, son of William and Christina Curfman. Curfman is a member of the freshman football team. Presenting flowers to Linder will be Kylie Porter, the daughter of Fabron and Bailey Porter. She is a Student Council Freshman member and a member of the basketball team.
Karlie Irwin is the Sophomore Attendant. Irwin is the daughter of Roger and Heather Irwin. She is a member of the Po-Hi Orchestra and Chorale. Escorting Irwin will be Blake Bristow, son of Tessa and Cory Cramer. Bristow is a member of the varsity football team and a Student Council Sophomore Representative. Presenting flowers to Irwin is Tynli Nickell, the daughter of Tori and Keith Lamrouex. She is a member of the Po-Hi marching band, a Student Council Sophomore Representative and is a competitive member of the Business Professionals of America.
The Junior Attendant is Abby McIntosh, daughter of Ryan and Jessah McIntosh. Abby is a member of the Po-Hi Steppers, Po-Hi Orchestra and is a Student Council Junior Representative.
Junior Tyson Dewberry is McIntosh’s escort. Dewberry is the son of Jennifer Daine and Deandre Dewberry. He is a member of the varsity football team, basketball team and the Afro-Am club. Presenting flowers to McIntosh is Hattie Steichen. Steichen is the daughter of Jamie and Marty Steichen. She is the Junior Class President, a Junior Student Council Representative and is an FFA officer.
The 2020 Queen Candidates are Stephanie Henry, Cheyann Hutchison and Evelyn Larson. Henry is the daughter of Kym and Steve Henry. She is a member of the Po-Hi marching band, attends classes at NOC and is a unified for special needs at the Special Olympics. Senior Josiah Bosworth will be Henry’s escort. He is the son of David and Terry Bosworth. He is a member of the varsity football team and track and field team, symphonic orchestra and active in his church youth group.
Presenting flowers to Henry will be Keirston Oakley. Oakley is the daughter of Bobby and Joanna Porter. She is a Student Council Senior Representative.
Hutchison is the granddaughter of Gary and Faye Scott. She is an athletic trainer and a Student Council Senior Representative. Escorting Hutchison is Senior Benjamin Klanica son of David and Mary Klanica.
Klanica is a member of the Po-Hi varsity football team. Presenting flowers to Hutchison is Senior Carlie Badley, the daughter of Joe and Susan Badley. She is a four year member of the varsity basketball team, and a member of Po-Hi’s National Honor Society and a Student Council Senior Representative.
Larson is the daughter of David and Paige Larson. She is the DECA Vice President, a member of Po-Hi’s National Honor Society and a Student Council Senior Representative. Senior HB Bowers, son of Garrett and Melissa Bowers will escort Larson. Bowers is a member of the varsity football team, wrestling team and is an FFA officer.
Presenting flowers to Larson will be Emma Burch, daughter of Wes and Kellie Burch. Burch is the Senior Class President, a Senior Student Council Representative and a member Po-Hi’s National Honor Society.
Senior Emma Valgora will be present the Queen’s bouquet. She is the daughter of Jill Valgora and is the Student Council Secretary, Vice President of the Po-Hi Chorale and is Miss Ponca City’s Outstanding Teen.
Presenting the Queen’s sash will be senior Ashana Patel. Patel is the daughter of Dave and Nickie Patel. She is Oklahoma DECA State Vice President, a Student Council Senior Representative and volunteers at Ponca City Hospital.
Payton Little, son of Paul and Tammie Little, will be crowning one of the queen candidates as the 2020 Homecoming Queen. Little is the Po-Hi Student Council President, a member of the Po-Hi National Honor Society and a youth group member at Pioneer Bible and Northeast Baptist Churches.
The Coronation will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Sullins Stadium on Friday, Oct. 9 prior to the Ponca City Wildcats versus Putnam City West Football game.
The Cat’s are 1-3. They lost their season opener to Enid 17-19. In week two, they traveled to McLain in Tulsa and won 22-23. The next week they lost at home to Sand Springs, 10-35 and last week they lost to the Choctaw Yellowjackets, 20-14. Putnam City West is winless at 0-3.