Campbell named 2019 homecoming queen

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Campbell named 2019 homecoming queen

Alli Campbell, escorted by Travis Luensmannn, was named 2019 Homecoming queen on Friday.

Alli Campbell, escorted by Travis Luensmannn, was named 2019 Homecoming queen on Friday.

Zach Miller

Alli Campbell, escorted by Travis Luensmannn, was named 2019 Homecoming queen on Friday.

Zach Miller

Zach Miller

Alli Campbell, escorted by Travis Luensmannn, was named 2019 Homecoming queen on Friday.

Renee VanProoyen, Staff Writer

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Friday night at Memorial Stadium, five candidates stepped onto the field at halftime. The results were in and everybody was on the edge of their seats waiting to find out who would be this year’s Homecoming queen.

The moment came and Allison Campbell was crowned 2019 Bellwood-Antis queen.

“Being voted Homecoming queen was exciting but also humbling,” said Alli, perhaps most known as the top high school basketball player in Pennsylvania and a Notre Dame recruit. “The experience we’ve had the past few weeks is something I’ll never forget, and Friday was such a fun night at the football game. I’m truly honored.”

 

 The other members of the court were Thalia Lucio, Jaydyn Shuke, Casi Shade, and Jamyson Focht. Jamyson was crowned runner-up.

“Homecoming was such a great experience to be a part of,” said Jamyson. “I was very shocked and thrilled when they announced my name as runner-up. It was so exciting, and it is truly something I will never forget.”

 Allison was crowned queen by last year’s homecoming queen, Kaylee Kasper.

Meanwhile, the Blue Devils won 48-0 against Moshannon Valley.

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