COLUMBUS — Lakeview High School will crown its homecoming king and queen following Friday night's home football game at Lakeview Stadium.
The Vikings take on Fort Calhoun.
Here are the 2016 Lakeview homecoming candidates:
Cole Tessendorf, the son of Travis and Abbie Tessendorf, participates in football, speech, track, Viking Voices, Legion baseball and mock trial, is president of National Honor Society, a two-year officer in FBLA, student tutor, member of the Peace Lutheran Church youth group and Center for Survivors Revolution group and recently attended the American Legion Cornhusker Boys State, where he was elected as a Supreme Court justice. Tessendorf was an academic all-state selection, 2016 district speech champion, placing third at state, district music contest outstanding performer and two-time national qualifier in FBLA for public speaking. He was recognized by the United Way as a 2015-16 Youth Volunteer of the Year honoree. Tessendorf plans to attend a four-year university to major in biological sciences with an emphasis in pre-medicine before moving on to medical school in hopes of specializing in oncology.
Lane Egger, the son of Dan and Linda Egger, has been involved in football, basketball, FFA, FBLA, student council, robotics and Science Club and served as a coach for powderpuff football. He is the senior class treasurer and FFA vice president. Egger has been named to the honor roll with distinction and is a two-time state Science Olympiad medalist. He has been one of the top-five state individuals in FFA livestock judging for two years and participated on a national-qualifying robotics team. He plans to attend Kansas State University to become a biological systems engineer with an emphasis in precision agriculture.
Dakota Prorok, the son of Todd Prorok and Becky Frauendorfer, has participated in football, basketball, track, baseball, student council, FBLA, National Honor Society and Unity Council. He has been on the honor roll with distinction for four years. Prorok plans to attend the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to major in architecture.
Jordan Loseke, the son of Kendal and Jodi Loseke, works at Loseke Construction and is involved in speech, mock trial, student council and church youth group and serves as senior class president and FBLA vice president. He plans on attending Wayne State College to major in biology for pre-chiropractic, then plans on attending Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.
Conner Wurdeman, the son of Mike and Michelle Wurdeman, has participated in football, basketball, track and field, student council, FBLA, National Honor Society and FCA. He was named academic all-state and all-district honorable mention in football last year. Wurdeman plans to attend Central Community College to study agribusiness.
Addie Wilke, the daughter of James and Rachel Wilke, has participated in golf, basketball, track, FFA, FBLA, student council, National Honor Society, Revolution, Christ Lutheran youth group, Buckeroos 4-H club and Junior Leaders. She has served as the FFA secretary and is currently serving as a vice president. Wilke is in the top 10 percent of the senior class academically, made the academic all-conference first team and is the National Honor Society historian. She plans to attend either the College of Saint Mary or Bryan College of Health Science, majoring in nursing.
Jordee Korte, the daughter of Jon and Shelly Korte, has participated in volleyball, basketball, track, Viking Voices, FFA, FBLA, Lynette’s Dance Studio, 4-H, youth group and National Honor Society. She was named second team all-conference in basketball, all-conference honorable mention in volleyball and academic all-state. Korte plans to attend Concordia University in Seward to become a music teacher.
Erika Loseke, the daughter of Ryan and June Loseke, has participated in volleyball, basketball, track, FFA, FBLA, National Honor Society, Lynette’s Dance Studio and 4-H and is in the Highland Park youth group. She was named academic all-state in track. Loseke plans to attend UNL to study ag journalism or ag communication.
Ryanne Lueders, the daughter of Josh and Melanie Lueders, has participated in basketball, soccer, FCA, FBLA, student council and National Honor Society and been a student athletic trainer. She was an all-conference honorable mention and academic all-state selection in soccer. Lueders plans to attend Northeast Community College to play soccer and pursue a degree in pre-health. She plans to transfer to Palmer College of Chiropractic, finish her bachelor's degree and pursue a doctorate.
Bailey Sloup, the daughter of James and Jenny Sloup, has participated in volleyball, softball, cross country, basketball, soccer, FBLA, Viking Voices, student council, student athletic training, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society and Circle of Friends and been a student tutor. She also belongs to St. Isidore Catholic Church and teaches youth religion. Sloup has been an academic all-state selection, all-conference honorable mention in basketball and first team all-conference honoree in soccer. She has held officer positions in National Honor Society and student council. Sloup plans to attend either Wayne State College or Doane University to major in elementary education with a minor in special education. She also wants to play soccer in college.