Megan Doyle ‘21: Each year for homecoming, students look forward to a king and queen from the senior class being crowned. Out of the many candidates, the majority of the students chose Bryce Tinson ‘20 and Sophia Romine ‘20 as this years homecoming king and queen. They were crowned at the homecoming football game against Grosse Pointe South.
Tinson was not expecting the be crowned king, however, he was honored to be given the title.
“I was not expecting to win because of the competition, but it was a fun shock to hear my name be announced as king”
Tinson holds several other titles, such as: middle linebacker and tight end for the Bulldogs football team, editor for the romeo newspaper, and a member of the National Honors Society. Tinson is extremely excited to be representing his community and to be crowned king.
Tinson hopes on furthering his academic future at either Northwestern, Butler, Ohio, Toledo, or Central Michigan, pursuing a broadcasting degree. He remains excited to see what the future holds.
Romine was surprised when given the title of homecoming queen.
“I was not expecting to win, but when I did I was shocked and very excited. It was a moment I will never forget,” says Romine
Romine, is an excellent soccer player on the Bulldogs soccer team. Romine is an active member in the community and always shows her Romeo spirit. She was ecstatic to find out she was crowned queen.
Romine signed to play soccer at Wisconsin University and is thrilled to continue her athletic and academic future there.
Next year, Tinson and Romine will get the opportunity to crown the king and queen for the 2021 class.