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KC Homecoming Court Announced

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Kaskaskia College is proud to announce that Freshman Abigail Ingenrieth and Steven Julian were crowned Homecoming Queen and King at festivities held at KC on Wednesday, February 17.

Abby is from Centralia and is studying to be a Physical Therapy Assistant. She is also a member of the KC Women’s soccer team. She plans to finish her associates at KC and then transfer to Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville to major in Exercise Science with hopes to one day become an Athletic Trainer. Abby enjoys anything sports related, watching or participating, and hanging out with friends and family.

Steven is from Louisville, Kentucky and is studying Secondary Education and is a member of the KC Men’s Basketball team and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Steven also enjoys playing basketball, watching sports, playing video games and drawing. After completing his Associate’s degree, Steven plans to continue on to a four-year university and play basketball while obtaining his Bachelors.

The remaining Homecoming court included Sophie Rickhoff of Bartelso, Jordyn Jones of Champaign, Dylan Mueller of Nashville and Zach Plocher of Highland

The retiring King and Queen are Hunter Beetley of Coulterville and Courtney Litteken of Trenton.

The candidates were nominated by KC faculty and staff members and voted on by students, staff and faculty. In order to be a member of the KC King and Queen court the nominees were required to be fulltime freshman students at KC, hold a GPA of a 3.0 or above and be involved in at least one extracurricular activity.

Retiring King Hunter Beetley, Zach Plocher, Dylan Mueller, King Steven Julian, Queen Abby Ingenrieth, Jordyn Jones, Sophie Rickhoff, and Retiring Queen Courtney Litteken.