2022 Homecoming King and Queen

Izzy Potter, Staff Reporter

Homecoming Queen: Lizzie Miller

This year’s senior homecoming queen is Lizzie Miller.

“I’m feeling great,” Miller says. “I’m just honored and I think this is an exciting opportunity.”

Miller is always getting involved with Perry Meridian. She is a number one singles player for the girls tennis team. She is on STUVO and is vice president of her class, and she has been a part of FLOTS and Link Crew as well. 

“I love being involved in class competitions as well,” she says.

Her favorite part about this homecoming week has been the pep session.

“Today, dominating in the pep session, that was really cool,” Miller says. “Being with my class and winning, it was awesome.”

After high school, she plans on becoming a pediatric nurse in a hospital, but is still unsure about what school she will attend.

Homecoming King: Richard Dube

This year’s homecoming king is Richard Dube.

“I feel pretty thrilled about winning and I’m just really happy right now,” Dube says. “My favorite part about homecoming week has been to dress up in themes and see what everybody has been wearing over the course of the week.”

Throughout his high school years, Dube has been a part of Link Crew, varsity basketball, and is a runner and high jumper for the varsity track team. He has also helped out at Perry basketball camps.

After high school, Dube plans on playing college basketball. He is undecided on a major, as well as what school he would like to attend.

“It will all be figured out by spring,” he says.

Dube wants his friends and classmates to have a fun rest of their senior year.