Homecoming Royalty Crowned at Potomac State

 

Homecoming Court

Homecoming royalty recently crowned at Potomac State College of West Virginia University includes (l-r):
Prince Terry ‘T.J.’ Morgan, Princess Amanda Gentry, Queen Christen Beahm, and King Matthew Schessler.

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.