2022 Homecoming King, Queen, and Court recognized

At halftime of the homecoming football game against Lumpkin County, Wesleyan recognized the 2022 Homecoming Court, and seniors Charlie Rickell and Freddie Reinhard were crowned King and Queen.  
Rickell is a lineman on the varsity football team. He won the stock market simulation run by Wesleyan’s Investment Club. Off campus, Rickell volunteers with the Atlanta Colts Youth Football Association at Murphey Candler Park and attends St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church. 

Reinhard is a peer leader and honor roll student at Wesleyan. She is an integral part of Wesleyan’s student government, having served as vice president of activities during the 2021-2022 school year and as a senior class representative this year. Reinhard runs cross country, plays lacrosse, and can be found dressed as Wesleyan’s mascot, “Wolfie,” on the sidelines of spirit events. Last spring, she traveled to Colorado to serve on the Buena Vista mission trip. Reinhard attends Buckhead Church. 

Other Homecoming Court members include seniors Aubrey Alecxih, Grayson Balloon, Alexander Glover, Carter Hayes, Joseph Laurite, Morgan Perry, Ireland Riley, and Parker Tidwell. 

Congratulations to all members of this year's Homecoming Court!