2019 Homecoming Court

2019 Homecoming Court
Posted on 10/17/2019
2019 Homecoming Court

2019 homecoming court


Kate Fitzpatrick
Kate Fitzpatrick

Kate Fitzpatrick is the daughter of Brian and Bridget Grundusky and Jim and Donna Fitzpatrick. Kate is extremely active at MAHS as President of Student Council, Senior Class President, a member of Key Club, Mini Thon, Link Crew, and National Honors Society. Kate has been a 4-year varsity starter in both basketball and softball. Some of Kate’s hobbies outside of school include basketball, softball, traveling with family, hiking, photography, and hanging out with friends. Kate loves the comradery amongst all the MAHS students and how students can be involved in so many activities. After high school, Kate plans on attending Millersville University where she will continue to play basketball and softball. “It is a true honor to be selected by my peers to represent my class on this year’s homecoming court”.

 Luke Fegley
Luke Fegley

Luke Fegley is the son of Eric and Heather Fegley. Luke is a class officer, a member of Student Council, a participant in Future Business Leaders of America, and a member of the Prom Committee. Luke is also a key athlete in wrestling and has earned numerous wrestling awards. Outside of school, Luke enjoys lifting, running, hunting, and skiing. Luke loves that MAHS has a new building with nice classrooms, gym, and wrestling room. Luke has decided to attend and wrestle at the Virginia Military Institute. Afterwards he plans on being commissioned as an officer in the Army. “I think it is an honor and a privilege to represent Middletown and the Class of 2020”.

 Marie Schopf
Marie Schopf

Marie Schopf is the daughter of Mark and Michelle Schopf. Marie is on the yearbook staff and is a member of Key Club and Link Crew. She is also on the field hockey team. Her interests include playing field hockey and spending time with family and friends. Marie appreciates the friendships she has made and the teachers who make each day exciting and memorable. Marie aims to attend a four-year college after high school. “I am honored to have been selected by my peers to represent my family, school and community by being a part of this year’s Homecoming Court”.

 Joseph Spear
Joey Spear

Joey Spear is the son of Mitch and Debbie Spear. Joey is the Senior Class Historian as well as a member of the National Honor Society, Mini Thon Committee, and Link Crew. Joey is a member of the soccer and wrestling teams and has earned various awards in both sports. Outside of school, Joey enjoys lifting, fishing and hanging out with his friends. His favorite thing about MAHS is the people and the Raider Pride they show on the field, in the classroom, and in the community. Joey intends to major in mechanical engineering at Penn State. “I am very appreciative and thankful to be elected by my classmates to experience being on the 2019 Homecoming Court”.

 Noelle Zimmerman
Noelle Zimmerman

Noelle Zimmerman is the daughter of Jeff and Dawn Zimmerman. Noelle is a member of Link Crew, Key Club, and is a senior internship at Pinnacle Health. Noelle participates in field hockey and softball. Outside of school, Noelle loves to hang out with her friends and go on adventures. Noelle plans on majoring in nursing at a four-year university. “I am blessed to experience this once in a life-time opportunity”.

 Dane Ebersole
Dane Ebersole

Dane Ebersole is the son of Dennis and Amy Ebersole. Dane is involved in many musical activities. He is the president of the Blue Wave Marching Band and he is a member of the concert band, chorus, and jazz band. Dane also participates in Future Business Leaders of America, Link Crew, and Mini Thon. His hobbies outside of school include watching sports, being outdoors, music, following God, and watching movies with friends. Dane loves the clubs offered at MAHS, especially Mini-Thon and all the events that go with it. Dane plans on attending Lebanon Valley College to major in Physical Therapy. “It is an honor to be selected by my peers to represent the senior class on Homecoming Court. Thanks to all of my friends that have pushed me to where I am now”.

 Jordyn Dupes
Jordyn Dupes

Jordyn Dupes is the daughter of Carl and Jannell Dupes. Jordyn is involved in National Honor Society, Mini-Thon, Key Club, and Link Crew. She participated in soccer, softball, and basketball her freshman and sophomore years. Outside of school, Jordyn is a member of the PA Classics Development Academy soccer program and enjoys art and painting, along with spending time with her friends and family. Jordyn really admires the teaching staff for helping her pique her interest in medicine and for shaping her as a person. Jordyn’s future plans are to attend a four-year college to study Health Science, complete a two-year Physician’s Assistant program, and play soccer in college. “I want to thank all of my friends and the people who have voted for me for this amazing opportunity to represent the Class of 2020. I also would like to thank the Alumni Association for all that they put into Homecoming to be able to experience such opportunity with my friends”.

 Garrett Miller
Garrett Miller

Garrett Miller is the son of Cory and Tracy Miller. Garrett plays soccer and baseball, and is a member of the Future Business Leaders of America. Garrett enjoys fishing and hanging out with his friends. Garrett loves Middletown’s athletics and school lunches. Garret’s future plans are to earn a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and then go to the police academy and eventually becoming a state trooper. “It is such an honor to be selected by my peers to represent my class”.

 Makenna Redline
Makenna Redline

Makenna Redline is the daughter of Jeff and Ashley Redline and Rachael Thompson. Makenna is involved in Family Community and Career Leaders of America, Key Club, and soccer. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Makenna admires the MAHS teaching staff and the new high school building. Makenna plans to attend a four-year college. “I am very grateful to be selected to the 2019 Homecoming Court”.

 Mason Stoltzfus
Mason Stoltzfus

Mason Stoltzfus is the son of Doug and Tara Stoltzfus. Mason loves hunting, fishing, and lifting. Mason appreciates the new high school and is grateful for MAHS science teacher, Mr. Peter Fox, because, “He taught me so much”. After high school, Mason plans on attending trade school to learn welding and to work with his father in his contracting business.“I am honored to be selected for Homecoming Court. It is a great memory to add to my senior year”.

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