Lindsay homecoming court Shown here are the Lindsay High School 2006 homecoming queen candidates and the court. Shown on the first row, left to right, are candidates Brittany Anderle, Rachel Zimmerer, Laura Zimmerer and Autumn Murrill. Shown on the back row are princesses Jessica Hermes, Kristin Martin, Elisabeth Martin and Alex Cooney.

INDSAY — The Lindsay Knights will host the Sacred Heart Tigers for homecoming at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 29 at Henry B. Schroeder Stadium, Knight Field.

The 2006 homecoming court members are: Freshmen princess Alex Cooney, daughter of Jeff and Debbie Conney. Cooney will be escorted by Colton Hermes, son of Larry and Katie Hermes. The other freshmen princess is Kristin Martin, daughter of Chad and Anita Martin. She will be escorted by Ryan Haverkamp, son of Tommy and Mayme Haverkamp.

Sophomore princess is Elizabeth Martin, daughter of Gordon and Cindy Martin. She will be escorted by Jon Sweeney, son of Jamie and Susie Sweeney.

Junior princess is Jessica Hermes, daughter of Ralph and Debbie Hermes. She will be escorted by Nathan Martin, son of Chad and Anita Martin.

One senior queen candidate is Brittany Anderle, daughter of Jay and Bridget Anderle. She will be escorted by Justin Caillier, son of Kenneth and Gayle Caillier.

Another senior queen candidate is Autumn Murrill, daughter of Eric Murrill. She will be escorted by Levi Hermes, son of Larry and Kitie Hermes

A third senior queen candidate is Laura Zimmerer, daughter of Rudy and Claudia Zimmerer. She will be escorted by Chris Dieter, son of John and Ginger Dieter.

A fourth senior queen candidate is Rachel Zimmerer, daughter of Rudy and Claudia Zimmerer. She will be escorted by Travis Endres, son of Pat and Janice Endres.

The Lindsay Student Council is planning a week of activities culminating with a homecoming dance for the high school students immediately after the game. The dance will be in Conrad Hall and last until 1 a.m.

Freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior classes will compete in games and activities all week, with points earned toward the “most spirited” calls award.

The highlight of the class competition will be the powder-puff football game at 7 p.m. Sept. 25. Senior girls will compete against freshmen while junior girls will compete against sophomores.

The winners of these games will meet for the grade level champion in flag football.

Boys will make up the pep club, cheerleaders and drill team.

The “drill team” will perform before the title game.

The game is a fund raiser for the student council.

A limited concession stand will be open, selling bottle water, soft drinks, Gatorade and pizza by the slice.

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