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Meet the Frenship High School 2018 Homecoming Court

Queen Nominees include (l-r) Cassandra Awatt, Stephenie Piel, Avery Dear, Mary Ribaudo, and Jeanne Yang.

King Nominees include (l-r) Jack Carman, Brennan Wolfe, Josh Fredenburg, Jake English. (Max Rowley not pictured)

Cassandra Awatt
Parents: Margaret Awatt
Involvement: NHS and Varsity Basketball
Outside School Involvement: Basketball and charity work
What does it mean to you to be selected for the Homecoming Court? I’m honored to have been selected by my class. It’s a great feeling.

Stephanie Piel
Parents:
Dr. Christopher and Jennifer Piel
Involvement: 4 Year Varsity Pom Squad Member, Varsity Pom Squad Captain, NHS, Student Council, and Frenship Musical Dance Company
Outside School Involvement: Lubbock Symphony Debutante and YoungLife
What does it mean to you to be selected for the Homecoming Court? Being selected for the Homecoming Court is such and honor! I am so thankful for my school, my community and all of the people who believe in me. This is an experience I will cherish forever!

Avery Dear
Parents: Jason and Angela Dear
Involvement: NHS, DECA, Varsity Basketball, and Bell Crew
Outside School Involvement: BHBC Youth Group, Hoop 10, and World Changers
What does it mean to you to be selected for the Homecoming Court? To me, it means that I have made strong friendships and relationships with the people around me. I’m so excited for this opportunity.

Mary Ribaudo
Parents: Mark and Lisa Ribaudo
Involvement: Head Varsity Football Manager, NHS, and First Priority
Outside School Involvement: Server at Olive Garden and playing with my pug puppy!
What does it mean to you to be selected for the Homecoming Court? To me it means that people see that I love this school and I try to be a friend to everyone. I am honored to be a part of the court with these beautiful people.

Jeanne Yang
Parents: Song and Chi Yang
Involvement: Superintendent’s Advisory board, Spanish Club, NHS, and Academic UIL
Outside School Involvement: Friends of the Library, United Way Youth Division, and National Society of High School Scholars
What does it mean to you to be selected for the Homecoming Court? It’s an honor that my friends chose me for something like this!

Jack Carman
Parents: Randy and Jennifer Carman
Involvement: Hard Work, Ag, Special Olympics, and Bell Crew
Outside School Involvement: Church and playing with my dog
What does it mean to you to be selected for the Homecoming Court? I’m not nervous! It’s so cool and I’m pretty excited.

Brennan Wolfe
Parents: Brian and Shelly Wolfe
Involvement: DECA, Varsity Soccer, NHS, and Bell Crew
Outside School Involvement: Avid Christian
What does it mean to you to be selected for the Homecoming Court? It is an honor to be selected, and I am thankful for the opportunity.

Josh Fredenburg
Parents: Brandon and Beverly Fredenburg
Involvement: Theater, Musical Theater, Choir, Dance, and Thespian Society
Outside School Involvement: Theater Conventions and Production, volunteering with Special Needs Prom and Diabetes Walk, Church, Food Bank, Carpenter’s Church Kitchen, and Volunteering for Lubbock Moonlight Musicals
What does it mean to you to be selected for the Homecoming Court? It means a whole lot to me to be selected for the Homecoming Court. As a senior, I have (of course) been here for a while. I am very much aware that my peers are people I may never see again after this year. I think about the imprint I am leaving on FHS and my class quite often. I want to leave a positive impact on everyone I come in contact with, even if it’s as simple as smiling at somebody in the hall and seeing their face light up. Being on the court is the result of nominations and votes. So I guess it signifies that I am being a positive influence.

Jake English
Parents: Ginger Yaeger and Robert Yaeger
Involvement: Cheer (Mascot), Theater, and Thespian Society
Outside School Involvement: I basically live at school! But when I’m not at school I help my grandpa at his farm and dress as Spiderman and visit children at UMC.
What does it mean to you to be selected for the Homecoming Court? I’m really honored to be chosen! Looking at the others who were chosen it just goes to show how far kindness can take you! Everyone on this court always has a smile on their face and are always giving kindness to not only their friends, but to everyone they see or meet.

Max Rowley
Parents: Nick and Laura Rowley
Involvement: Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Varsity Basketball, Superintendent’s Advisory Board and National Honor Society
Outside School Involvement: Lubbock Impact, Special Olympics, Christ the King, and part time job at Tinseltown Theater
What does it mean to you to be selected for the Homecoming Court? It’s an honor to be chosen by my peers to represent the senior class at Homecoming, and it is a privilege to be a Frenship Tiger.