Peru State to crown Homecoming King and Queen Saturday

Peru State to crown Homecoming King and Queen Saturday
Peru State Homecoming Court for 2018, left to right: Phillip Hensarling, Danni Harder, Justin Pool, Julia Zurek, Dan Boshart, Kaylee Gill, Tanner Fischer, Destiny Worthey, Sean Gaskill, Julia Schultheiss, Anthony De Abreu, Sydney Armbruster, Trey Nelson, , Shianna Oestrich, and Tyler Harms. Emily Whipple is not pictured. (Courtesy Photo)

PERU – Peru State College announced its 2018 Homecoming Court Monday morning.

Candidates were selected by the student body and include five queen candidates: Sydney Armbruster – Falls City, NE, Kaylee Gill – Homer, NE, Julia Schultheiss of Pawnee City, NE, Emily Whipple – Lincoln, NE and Destiny Worthey – Humboldt, NE; and five king candidates: Dan Boshart – Wood River, NE, Anthony De Abreu – Caracas, Venezuela, Tanner Fischer, Hartington, NE, Shawn Gaskill – Coldwater, MI and Trey Nelson – Lincoln, NE.

A king and a queen will be crowned during halftime of Peru State’s football game with Baker on Saturday (2 p.m. on Otoe County Country – KNCY 1600 AM, 105.5 FM and NCN21.com). The candidates will be featured in the annual Homecoming Parade at 10 a.m. Saturday in downtown Peru.

Admission to the football game is $8 for adults, $7 for seniors (age 65 and older) and $5 for non-Peru State students ages 7-17. Peru State students with a student ID and children six and younger are admitted for free.

#11 Baker at Peru State

When: 2 p.m. Saturday

Where: Oak Bowl, Peru

Radio: 1600 AM, 105.5 FM, ncn21.com and ncnsportsnow.com

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