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Meet the Senior Homecoming Court

Winter Homecoming will be celebrated Friday, Jan. 21, with the crowning of the senior king and queen at halftime of the Boys Basketball game. Profiles of the senior court members are below:

Senior Queen Candidates

Cassandra Fetz, who is a senior leader for the House of Loyalty and on the Swim and Softball teams. She plans to attend the University of Cincinnati to major in physical therapy. She said she was surprised and pleased to be voted by her classmates to be on the homecoming court and is happy to be among her friends on the court. As a senior, she understands that she is a role model in showing the underclassmen how fun it is to be a senior “and give them something to look forward to in the future.”

Catherine Pfeiffer, who is the senior executive delegate for the House of Spirit, on the Swim and Girls Golf teams, and in the Drawling Club. She is unsure of her college plans but wants to study speech pathology. She enjoys being a senior her goals is to “just live in the moment and enjoy my last semester of high school … and taking in those special memories.”

Taylor Sanders, who is in the House of Courage and hopes to attend the University of Kentucky in the fall. She said she excited to be on the homecoming court and feels honored that her classmates voted for her. She is looking forward to Senior Assistance Day on April 28 because her brother, Jackson Sanders ’21, had so much fun last year. She enjoys being a senior because she can be a leader and set an example for the underclassmen.

Abby Shavers, who is the senior executive delegate for the House of Courage, a Student Ambassador, and a member of the National Honor Society. She is deciding which Indiana University to attend to study media advertising. As a senior, she takes seriously her role as a senior leader of the student body and an example of Blue Pride. As a member of the homecoming court, she recognizes that she has made an impact on her classmates in order for them to select her to the court. She is looking forward to the next few months to be able to spend time “with my friends and classmates before we start a new chapter of our lives.”

Senior King Candidates 

Zach Applewhite, who is Swim team captain and a member of the House of Justice, Quick Recall, Math Team, and Boys Tennis. He plans to attend Rose-Holman Institute of Technology and study mechanical engineering. He said he is looking forward to graduation because it means he can start the next chapter in his life. In the meantime, he realizes as a senior he is a leader because the younger classes do watch the example the seniors set. Being on the senior homecoming court is evidence of “the valued connections and friends that I have made during my four years at Providence.”

Max Beatty, who is in the House of Integrity and on the Boys Basketball and Baseball teams. He plans to attend IU Bloomington and study business administration. He said he is happy to represent the senior class on the homecoming court, especially since his brother, Trey Beatty ’18, didn’t have the opportunity. He is grateful to be a leader in school and on his sports teams this year because next year he’ll start over as a freshman. He is looking forward to Guerin Day this spring and the competition between the top four houses since the House of Integrity is already in it.

Tyrone Davis, who is a senior delegate for the House of Faith, played Football all four years and runs Track. He plans to attend IU Bloomington and earn a degree in business law. He said being selected by his friends to represent the senior class at homecoming means a lot to him. It also is meaningful to him to be a senior because “being top dog in the school is really awesome, being able to lead and interact with the underclassmen on the daily, and making some lasting friendships with a lot of the people here.” He is looking forward to Track & Field season because he gets to compete one last time with the long jump crew.

Grant Williams, who is a member of the House of Loyalty, National Honor Society, and Boys Basketball team. He plans to attend Indiana University and is “looking forward to winning a basketball sectional with my brothers.”

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