Homecoming Royalty Crowned at Potomac State
Homecoming royalty recently crowned at Potomac State College of West Virginia University includes (l-r):
Homecoming Royalty was recently crowned for 2011 during homecoming activities at Potomac State College of West Virginia University. Students chose a “Hollywood” theme for their dance.
Prince Terry ‘T.J.’ Morgan, a freshman from Martinsburg, W.Va. who is majoring in wildlife resources. Morgan, a graduate of Martinsburg High School, is a member of the Ag & Forestry Club and the son of Terry and Debbie Morgan.; Princess Amanda Gentry is a business administration major and graduate of Frankfort High School. She is a member of DECA and the daughter of Marla and Ronald Gentry. Queen Christen Beahm is a sophomore general studies major from Edinburg, Va. Beahm, a graduate of Central High School, is a member of the Collegiate 4-H Club and the daughter of David and Sherrill Beahm. She will also serve as a princess at the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester, Va. in spring 2012. King Matthew Schessler is a sophomore political science major from Bethel Park, Pa. He is a graduate of Bethel Park High School, a member of the Catamounts Against Cancer Club and the son of Mari Dawn and Robert Schessler.