Homecoming Court

PHS Homecoming Court Introduced
Posted on 09/24/2020
King and QueenSeniors Kamryn Ohly and Philip Rohrbacher are the 2020 Perkins High School Homecoming Queen and King.

The King and Queen, and the rest of the 2020 PHS Homecoming Court were introduced on Thursday during a Coronation ceremony for students and staff in Firelands Regional Medical Center Stadium. The Court and their parents will be introduced again Friday before the Homecoming Game against Tiffin Columbian.

Kamryn, the daughter of Duane and Jane Ohly, is the drum major and field commander for the PHS marching band, team captain for the PHS Academic Challenge team, an officer for National Honor Society, and a member of the PHS Mock Trial, Ohio Model United Nations, and track and field teams. Earlier this month, Kamryn was recognized as a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist.

Philip, the son Brian and Margaret-Mary Rohrbacher, is a commander for the drumline in the PHS marching band and has been a manager for the PHS basketball team for four years. He plans to attend Bowling Green State University-Firelands next year.

Also on the queen’s court is Ireland Bennett, the daughter of Jason and Brandy Bennett, as first attendant; Caroline Printy, the daughter of Brian and Tami Printy, as second attendant; and EHOVE senior Hannah Osher, the daughter of Clarence and Betty Osher.

Also on the king’s court is Chris Campbell, the son of Tammy Whaley, as first attendant; Sam Siegel, the son of Tom and Melissa Siegel, as the second attendant; and EHOVE senior Gage Hemmer, the son of Zachary Hemmer and Shannon Vanderhorst.

The underclass attendants are:

Juniors Sophia Matthews, the daughter of Norbert and Goulnara Matthews, and Luke Walton, the son of Chris and Angela Walton;

Sophomores Cameron Kaufman, the daughter of Michael and Sarah Kaufman, and Gavin Papineau, the son of Dennis and Jennifer Papineau; and

Freshmen Taylor Ohly, the daughter of Duane and Jane Ohly, and Jaythen Jude-Rowe, the son of April Rowe.