New Homecoming King and Queen crowned at MWHS

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Makenna Dietz and Hunter Wolfley were crowned Midd-West High School’s Homecoming Queen and King for 2020.

MIDDLEBURG — Following a procession through town, Midd-West High School crowned the 2020 Homecoming King and Queen at half time of the Boys’ Soccer game at Sports Boosters Athletic Park on Saturday, Oct. 17.

Congratulations to the 2020 Midd-West High School Homecoming Queen and King, Makenna Dietz and Hunter Wolfley. Makenna is the daughter of Matt and Tammy Dietz and resides in Middleburg. She is involved in soccer, track and field, basketball and National Honor Society. She is the Student Council President, a member of Class Congress and participates in youth group. She enjoys being outdoors, traveling and spending time with the people she loves. In the future she plans to attend Messiah University to study nutrition, participate in mission work. Hunter is the son of Mike and BJ Wolfley of McClure. He is involved in football, basketball, baseball and enjoys spending time with friends. After graduation, he plans to attend college.


On court this year were representatives from each class… Freshmen, Caden Wolfley and Samantha Landis; Sophomores Kyle Ferster and Emma Martin; Juniors, Clayton Fegley and Lauryn Everly and Seniors, Hunter Wolfley and Allie Keister; Sawyer Hornberger and Makenna Dietz; Trey Lauver and Leah Ferster; Stefan Leitzel and Aubrey Isaacs; Ben Umstead and Alanna Keister; and Trey Wagner and Rylee Shawver.


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