McCoy named Ridgewood homecoming queen

| October 12, 2015

DSC_0104WEST LAFAYETTE – Holly McCoy was named the 2015 Ridgewood Homecoming Queen during ceremonies held prior to the varsity football game against Strasburg on Friday evening, Oct. 9. She was escorted by Chase Merryman. Other members of the senior court were Paige Patterson, escorted by Christian Lippencott, and Madison Woodring. Freshman attendant was Morgan Matis escorted by Hunter Mizer, sophomore attendant was Cassie Mladek escorted by Ryan Zinkon, and junior attendant was Audrey Tingle escorted by Tanner Davis. Mini attendants were Madelyn Klier and Weston Cabot. McCoy said about how the honor feels, “Amazing. Amazing. I never thought it would be me.” McCoy had some advice for the young girls that have this as a dream. “Just go for it. I never thought I would get it.” McCoy plans to attend Ohio University next fall and major in social work.” Ridgewood’s king was crowned at the dance Saturday evening Oct. 10 and his picture will appear in a future edition of The Beacon.

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