Saline High School seniors Nicole Dillman and Ryan Lampman were crowned homecoming queen and king at halftime of the Saline-Huron football game, wrapping up spirit week in the school district. They were crowned by last year's homecoming queen, Brianna Camero-Sulak.
Dillman, daughter of Dan and Laura, is a captain of the cross country and track and field teams. She's also competes as a member of the ski team. Dillman participates in Key Club and is a member of National Honor Society. She's president of Generation Global. Dillman plans to pursue a career in nursing or engineering.
Lampman, son of Nate and Nicole, plays trombone in the marching band, serves on the executive council for SADD and competes on the Saline wrestling team. Lampman plans to major in human biology and attend medical school.
They were joined in the senior homecoming court by Ashlin Rigs, daughter of David and Melissa; Claudia Curcione, daughter of Michael and Christine; Nate Irgang, son of Todd and Laura; Holden Collins, son of Michael and Judy; Erin O'Neil, daughter of Dennis and Renee; and Jake Walper, son of John and Wendy.
Chloe Kraft, daughter of Clint and Michelle, and Keldon Perron, son of Kalvin and Jamie, represented the freshman class. Madi Wood, daughter of Nathan and Linda, and Luke Swanger, son of Stuart and Janice, represented the sophomore class. Annie Miloser, daughter of Jim and Kristine, and Aidan Fansler, son of Jeff and Jennifer, represented the junior class.
The homecoming dance is at 8 p.m., Saturday, at the high school. The theme is "road trip" and tickets are available at the door.