Snyder, Levings crowned at Cardington homecoming


By Evelyn Long - for the Morrow County Sentinel



Members of the 2015 Cardington-Lincoln High School Homecoming court are (Back row, from left): Kyle Snyder, Devin Fridley, Trey Williams, Nate Craig, and Trent Crum. (Middle Row): Paige Clinger, Samantha Brininger, Johnny Levings, Tiara Snyder, Holly Schultz, Libby McConnell, and Aleigha Parsons. (Front row): Alyssa Cox, Hunter Fike and Celia Hall. LeAnne Gompf | Morrow County Sentinel


The Cardington-Lincoln High School and junior high school bands are joined by alumni band members playing at homecoming. They are directed by John Brehm. LeAnne Gompf | Morrow County Sentinel


Cardington-Lincoln High School Cheerleaders in grades 7-12 along with alumni cheerleaders at the homecoming event. LeAnne Gompf | Morrow County Sentinel


Tiara Snyder was crowned the 2015 Cardington-Lincoln High School Homecoming queen by Mason Disterdick, 2014 queen On the right is 2015 king Johnny Levings. LeAnne Gompf | Morrow County Sentinel


Tiara Snyder was crowned the 2015 Cardington-Lincoln High School Homecoming Queen Friday night during ceremonies held before the football game.

Crowned king was Johnny Levings. Crowning the queen was Mason Disterdick, 2014 queen and Tyson Cole Blackwell, 2014 king, crowned Levings.

Court members were Paige Clinger, Samantha Brininger, Holly Schultz, Libby McConnell and Aleigha Parsons. Escorts were Kyle Snyder, Devin Fridley, Trey Wiliams, Nate Craig and Trent Crum.

Junior court members were Alyssa Cox, Hunter Fike and Celia Hall.

The Homecoming activities were sponsored by the Spirit Club and the Student Council, Kirsten Ebert, advisor.

More photos with this story can be seen on www.morrowcountysentinel.com.

Evelyn Long is a correspondent with the Morrow County Sentinel and can be reached at wlong2@columbus.rr.com.

Members of the 2015 Cardington-Lincoln High School Homecoming court are (Back row, from left): Kyle Snyder, Devin Fridley, Trey Williams, Nate Craig, and Trent Crum. (Middle Row): Paige Clinger, Samantha Brininger, Johnny Levings, Tiara Snyder, Holly Schultz, Libby McConnell, and Aleigha Parsons. (Front row): Alyssa Cox, Hunter Fike and Celia Hall. LeAnne Gompf | Morrow County Sentinel
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/10/web1_homecoming-court-2015.jpgMembers of the 2015 Cardington-Lincoln High School Homecoming court are (Back row, from left): Kyle Snyder, Devin Fridley, Trey Williams, Nate Craig, and Trent Crum. (Middle Row): Paige Clinger, Samantha Brininger, Johnny Levings, Tiara Snyder, Holly Schultz, Libby McConnell, and Aleigha Parsons. (Front row): Alyssa Cox, Hunter Fike and Celia Hall. LeAnne Gompf | Morrow County Sentinel

The Cardington-Lincoln High School and junior high school bands are joined by alumni band members playing at homecoming. They are directed by John Brehm. LeAnne Gompf | Morrow County Sentinel
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/10/web1_band-members-SM.jpgThe Cardington-Lincoln High School and junior high school bands are joined by alumni band members playing at homecoming. They are directed by John Brehm. LeAnne Gompf | Morrow County Sentinel

Cardington-Lincoln High School Cheerleaders in grades 7-12 along with alumni cheerleaders at the homecoming event. LeAnne Gompf | Morrow County Sentinel
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/10/web1_CLHS-7-12-cheerleaders-SM.jpgCardington-Lincoln High School Cheerleaders in grades 7-12 along with alumni cheerleaders at the homecoming event. LeAnne Gompf | Morrow County Sentinel

Tiara Snyder was crowned the 2015 Cardington-Lincoln High School Homecoming queen by Mason Disterdick, 2014 queen On the right is 2015 king Johnny Levings. LeAnne Gompf | Morrow County Sentinel
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/10/web1_2015-Homecoming-king-and-queen-SM.jpgTiara Snyder was crowned the 2015 Cardington-Lincoln High School Homecoming queen by Mason Disterdick, 2014 queen On the right is 2015 king Johnny Levings. LeAnne Gompf | Morrow County Sentinel

By Evelyn Long

for the Morrow County Sentinel