LIMA—Four brothers – quadruplets to be exact– from Temple Christian School’s senior class, were all vying for the title of homecoming king on Oct. 10.
In place of traditional weekend homecoming festivities, TCS staff and parents decided to scale down the activities, yet still provided some fun and memories for the students.
One male and one female representative were nominated to represent their respective classes in ninth through eleventh grades, while four males and four females were chosen from the senior class. One junior king and queen were randomly chosen from first grade.
Seniors Michael, Joseph, Daniel, and Joshua Engle escorted Audrey Powell, Jordyn Hayes, Aubree Linhart, and Lindsey Stump, respectively. Underclassmen attendants were freshmen Josiah Menke and Isabella Searcy; sophomores Caleb Kiser and Kaylee Linhart; and juniors Jarred Huffaker and Annie Weaver. Ryker White and Gracie Finch were the junior attendants from first grade.
The TCS high school student body all submitted votes to choose their king as Joseph Engle and their queen as Audrey Powell.