The Panorama Community School District continues celebrating homecoming this week, and tomorrow the coronation of the king and queen takes place at halftime of the Panthers’ high school football game versus Central Decatur. Like most years, the Panther football team has multiple members apart of this year’s homecoming court. The Raccoon Valley Radio Network spoke with Panorama head football coach Mike Kauzlarich on Monday’s Wahl McAtee Tire and Service Center Guthrie County PM Sports Page about this year’s Panther homecoming court representatives. He first spoke about Trey Cobb. “Trey’s a 4.0 student, a great kid,” Kauzlarich said, “Everyone loves Trey.”
Kauzlarich calls Spencer Hunt the team’s outgoing wildcard. “(Hunt’s) always got a smile on his face and he’s always up to something,” Kauzlarich said, “Another great kid, great leader, does multiple sports, and very likeable by all the kids.”
Panorama’s other king candidates include cross country runners Levi Richey and Noah Kirtley along with Dylan Douglass. Queen candidates include volleyball players Morgan Johnk, Baliey Beckman, and Kennedy Kuta and cross country runners Bryn Steffen and Jaelyn Waddle. The 2018 Panorama Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned at halftime of tomorrow’s varsity football game versus Central Decatur.