Homecoming sparkles for all

The halls of IHS were abuzz with
school spirit and energy during winter
homecoming week, and a full slate of
student activities was capped off with
a weekend of basketball, royalty and
dancing.
Homecoming king and queen Kaleb
Beckham and Chloe Friederich were
crowned Feb. 8 after the basketball
games. It was an
emotional night for
the candidates and
spectators alike.
The other winter
candidates were
Micheala French,
Abbey StClair,
Libby Shay, Tori
Snavely, Katie
Thompson, Emily
Ware, Alyssa
Zimmerman, Levi
Ashmore, Justin
Baker, Tyler
Clubine, Jordan
Garcia, Eli Grover,
Colton Schubert and Jason Tidd.
“I am honored to be a part of something
so respectable,” Friederich said.
Baker, her candidate partner, agreed:
“I am honored, shocked, very happy,
and I am just glad that me being myself
was good enough.”
Grover summed it up with, “It’s pretty
nice to be picked.”
As for Thompson, she said she was
“speechless, and very happy, honored.
Too many words to express my feelings.
I was just happy to know that this
is how my peers feel about me.”
Overall, the candidates agreed that
they had fun and felt good that their fellow
classmates thought they were students
who were capable of representing
their school in the 2013 winter homecoming