Five vie for Homecoming Queen


Five contestants will compete tonight to become queen of this year’s Wauseon Homecoming. They compete tonight at 8 p.m. on the main stage.

Carisa Hoffman

Carisa Hoffman is the daughter of Kurtis and Michelle Hoffman. She is involved in 4-H, Wauseon High School Band, and the archery team.

Her dad and Jill Stechschulte are two people who have had a great impact on her life. State Fair 4-H judging and 4-H technology camp have had an impact on her life as well.

If she could meet two people, living or dead, they would be Albert Einstein and Alexander the Great.

She will be playing trumpet to “He’s a Pirate.”

Hoffman is sponsored by Wauseon Machine.

Olivia Ladd

Olivia Ladd is the daughter of David and Kathleen Ladd. She is involved in speech and debate, Acapella Choir, and varsity tennis.

Jason Robinson and Angelica Dunsavage are two people who have had a great impact on her life. Speech and debate and youth group have had an impact on her life as well.

If she could meet two people, living or dead, they would be Alexander Hamilton and Lin-Manuel Miranda.

She will be performing a humorous speech called “A Tiny Miracle With a Fiber Optic Unicorn.”

Ladd is sponsored by North Star BlueScope Steel.

Abriana Hernandez

Abriana Hernandez is the daughter of Alicia Hernandez. She is involved in Tedrow United Methodist youth group, cheerleading, and choir.

Peggy Degler and Callie Jacoby are two people who have had a great impact on her life. Freedom Shrine and church camp have had an impact on her life as well.

If she could meet someone, living or dead, it would be Mario Dedivanovic.

She will be singing “The Girl You Think I Am.”

Hernandez is sponsored by Quizno’s.

Elizabeth McCullough

Elizabeth McCullough is the daughter of Vicki McCullough. She is involved in Crossroads Evangelical Church, choir, and band.

Her father, Gallie McCullough, and Carla Reber are two people who have had a great impact on her life. Relay for Life and All State Choir have had an impact on her life as well.

If she could meet two people, living or dead, they would be Eric Whitacre and Martin Luther King Jr.

She will be singing “See You Again.”

McCullough is sponsored by Tano’s Pizza.

Rylee Wreede

Rylee Wreede is the daughter of Jayme Hahn. She is involved in Summer Food Program, Little Indians Cheerleading camp, and volunteering at the Fulton County Humane Society.

Her grandma, Edna Hahn, and mother, Jayme Hahn, are two people who have had a great impact on her life. Winning the Wauseon Homecoming teen pageant and cheering for the state runner-up basketball team have had an impact on her life as well.

If she could meet two people, living or dead, they would be Elvis Presley and her great-grandma, Edna Grove.

She will be tap dancing to “Jailhouse Rock.”

Ladd is sponsored by Tiny’s Dairy Barn.

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