B-A crowns 2022 Homecoming queen


Morgan Kienzle

Alexis LovBAHS Homecoming; Friday, October 7, 2022. (Morgan Kienzle)rich was named 2022 Homecoming queen on Friday.

Jacob Hawn, Staff Writer

This past Friday, Bellwood-Antis crowned the 2022 Homecoming queen and awarded a check to a local community member battling cancer. 

Alexis Lovrich, escorted by Caleb Beiswenger, was named Homecoming queen. Lydia Worthing, escorted by Holden Shook, was first runner up. 

“I am honored and excited,” said Alexis. “The whole experience was a lot of fun, and I couldn’t have done it without the people on my court.”

Alexis is involved in cross country, bocce, track and field, FCA, renaissance, NHS, and Spanish Club. 

“It was a good win”, said Caleb. “The whole week was fun, and I’m glad she won.” 

Other Homecoming court members included Maliah Hassler, Olivia Gregg, and Ava Miller.

This was the first year for the Homecoming game being associated with Sideline Cancer. A check worth $3,000 was awarded to Mr. Jeff Wright, the husband of Mrs. Jennifer Wright. 

The night ended with a 25-22 win over Mt. Union in the Homecoming football game.