RANDOLPH, Utah — Rich High School recently announced the 2017 Rich Rebel Homecoming Royalty, who will preside over events from Oct. 9-13.
First knight is Porter B. Weston, son of Lyn and Heidi Weston of Randolph. Porter is a straight-A student who has been on the all-state football team. He enjoys welding, jogging and fishing.
First attendant is Julia Hopkin, daughter of Chris and Michelle Hopkin. Julia was on the RHS championship volleyball team last year, she is a member of the honor society and was the junior class president. She enjoys cooking and embroidery.
This year’s king is Nicholas Jarman, son of Kam and Ruth Ann Jarman of Garden City. He has a straight-A average at Rich High. He was selected for the all-state basketball team and enjoys fishing.
The queen is Tailor Tingey, daughter of Ty and Erin Tingey of Randolph. She is on the Rebelette drill team and has been active in local 4-H.
Second knight is Kinnen Clark, son of Dallas and Ane Marie Clark of Laketown. Kinnen has a straight-A average and he is on course to earn an associate’s degree from Utah State University in the spring. He has been on the all-state football team.
Second attendant is September Cluff, daughter of Matt and Laura Cluff of Garden City. She is serving as drill team captain and she has been active in school musicals.
Jesters are Daniel Gifford and Brenley Satterthwaite. Daniel is the son of Dewayne and Hasee Gifford of Garden City. He likes long walks on the beach where he does flipping (as in backflips), and eating food. Brenley is the daughter of Mark and Courtney Satterthwaite. Brenley makes jokes. She likes camping, fishing, sewing, needlepoint sewing and advanced underwater basket weaving.