COLUMBUS — Lakeview High School will crown its homecoming king and queen during a ceremony following Friday night's home football game against Wayne at Lakeview Stadium.
This year's homecoming candidates are:
Morgan Peters, the daughter of Michael and Tammi Peters, has participated in FBLA, National Honor Society, mock trial, softball, one act and science club. Her honors include Top 10 Percent, Academic All-State, Academic All-Conference, second team All-Conference and All-State honorable mention. She plans to major in education with a minor in coaching.
Zaida Velazquez, the daughter of Amy and Angel Velazquez, has participated in softball, FBLA and wrestling cheerleading. She also lettered in softball and track. She plans to attend Central Community College for two years before transferring to the University of Nebraska at Kearney and becoming a psychologist.
Kayla Schrunk, the daughter of Daryl and Lynelle Schrunk, has participated in volleyball, basketball, track, FBLA, National Honor Society and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She is currently the president of National Honor Society and was selected by The Columbus Telegram as a Super Senior for the fall 2015 season and captain on the 2014-15 first-team All-City girls basketball squad. She plans to attend Hastings College to play volleyball and major in education.
Victoria Sprunk, the daughter of Leroy and Kelly Sprunk, has participated in Viking Voices, cross country, Godparents, FFA and FBLA. She has also qualified for the State FFA Choir. She plans to attend Northeast Community College to study agricultural business or another ag-related field.
Payton Rosendahl, the daughter of Tammy Osten and Scott Rosendahl, has participated in volleyball, Youth for Christ, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and FBLA. Her honors include 2014 volleyball All-Conference first team and All-State honorable mention, 2013 volleyball All-Conference second team and All-State honorable mention and being a two-year letter winner in volleyball. She plans to attend Augustana University in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Jordan Vogt, the daughter of Damon and Stacey Vogt, has participated in student council, volleyball, basketball, FBLA and St. John’s youth group. Her honors include 2014 volleyball All-Conference second team and All-State honorable mention, being a three-year letter winner in volleyball and basketball and holding the school record for assists in a volleyball match. She plans to attend college to play volleyball and earn a degree in radiation therapy.
Noah Duncan, the son of Keith and Tracy Duncan, has participated in wrestling, football, FBLA, robotics, track and journalism. His honors include winning the National Robotics Open Division with his teammate Brandon Kouma. His future plans include attending college.
Tate Janssen, the son of Trent and Annette Janssen, has participated in student council, FFA, FBLA, National Honor Society, St. John’s youth group, football, soccer and basketball. His honors include Academic All-State in football and soccer. He plans to attend CCC for two years before transferring to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Dylan Johnson, the son of Brach and Kara Johnson, has participated in National Honor Society, student council, FBLA, Revolution, football, basketball and soccer. His honors include being a letter winner and Academic All-State selection in all three sports. He plans to attend UNL and major in premedical.
Ethan Lichtenfeld, the son of Kristy and Jr. Lichtenfeld, has participated in basketball and FBLA. He plans on attending CCC before transferring to study in the technology field.
Quinn Matteson, the son of John and Michele Matteson, has participated in football, basketball, soccer, track, baseball, FBLA, student council, Boy Scouts, Immanuel Lutheran Church youth group and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. His honors include All-Conference honorable mention in basketball, All-City second team in basketball and Academic All-State in football, basketball and soccer. He plans to attend college.
Trent Roth, the son of Travis Roth and Deanna Johnson, has participated in football, basketball, track, National Honor Society, Language Club, FBLA, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Health Occupations Students of America and stock car racing. He is vice president of the student council and senior class and volunteered as a dental assistant at People's City Mission in Lincoln. His honors include honor roll with distinction for four years and Academic All-State in football, basketball and track. He plans to attend Wayne State College for undergraduate studies in predental and the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry in Lincoln for graduate studies followed by specialties studies for orthodontics at UNMC in Lincoln.