Twelve seniors to vie for Homecoming Queen, King


ROBERTSDALE — Twelve members of the Robertsdale High School senior class will vie for the title of Queen and King during Homecoming festivities on Friday, Sept. 17.

Homecoming Week continues with “Rich and Famous” Wednesday, followed by “007 Spy” on Thursday with the annual Homecoming Parade set to roll Thursday afternoon from Robertsdale High School to J.D. Sellars Stadium.

Floats will line up at 3:15 p.m. and the parade is set for 4 p.m. This year’s parade route will not follow Alabama 59 as in past years. The parade will line up on Cedar Street in front of the baseball and softball fields, proceeding west on Silverhill Avenue, then north on Pine Street to Hammond Street, going east on Hammond Street to College, then north where it will turn in at J.D. Sellars Stadium near the entrance to the Culinary Academy.

Friday is “Bikers vs Surfers” Day. The Homecoming Court will be presented during the pep rally on Friday and the king will be crowned.

Homecoming King will be selected from six members of the senior class, including Sage Givens, Jay Racine, Ethan Smith, Danny Lewandowski, Haven Davis and Dristen Wiley.

The queen will be crowned during pre-game festivities as the Golden Bears take on 6A Region 1 foe, the Gulf Shores Dolphins, with kickoff set for 7 p.m. at J.D. Sellars Stadium on the campus of Robertsdale Elementary School.

Queen will be selected from six seniors, including Tru Caylao, Chloe Driver, Abby Larkin, Ali McDaniel, Brooke Sterling and Olivia Weaver.

Additional members of the Homecoming Court are juniors McKenna Campbell, Anna Katherine Driver, Sami Hall and Madison Pouncey; sophomores Chloe Ash and Chloe Hopper; and freshmen Hope Giardina and McKenzie Kendrick.

“Casino Nights” is the theme for this year’s Homecoming.

There will not be a Homecoming Dance on Saturday, Sept. 18. A dance will be scheduled at a later date.