Two surprised seniors were named King and Queen at the Marco Island Academy Homecoming football game on Friday, Oct. 17.
Patrick Michel and Meagan Reisinger won the honors.
Michel is on the football team and Reisinger is a member of the cheerleading squad. Both are outstanding student athletes.
Michel came to the school as a sophomore while Reisinger has gone all four years to MIA. They were the top vote getters, chosen by the student body.
Michel smiled when henoticed that glitter from his crown was all over his football uniform.
“I have enjoyed MIA,” Michel said. “It has been an advantage going to a smaller school.”
Reisinger said, “I am honored. It means a lot to be voted (Queen) by the students. I am glad I chose to go to MIA all four years.”
Ninth grade representatives were Lexi Harrington, escorted by Lee Compton and Carol Essi, escorted by Maureen Essi.
Representing the 10th grade were Olivia Watt, escorted byJim Watt and Jeremiah Bohde, escorted by Diane Bohde.
The 11th grade representatives were Julia Cartwright, escorted by Jay Cartwright and Bon Deese, escorted by Celeste Hardie.
Other seniors in the court included Adalid Lora, escorted by Osiel Lora, Andrew Delgado, escorted by Belkis Delgado, Taylor Lowdermilk, escorted by Shawn Lowdermilk, Brian Flynn, escorted by Meghan Flynn, Gabrielle Perez, escorted by Richard Perez, Sean Flynn, escorted by Mary Jane O’Sullivan, Cora Stahl, escorted by Chris Stahl and Tyler Wallace, escorted by Jessica Braz.