Homecoming Court ‘07
by Leah Fry, Advertising Coordinator/Staff Writer


Homecoming has come and gone once again here at West Geauga, and the court was again named and a queen honored. The top five girls who comprised the court were Kathleen Dolphin, Susan Hanover, Grace Komar, Martha Smith, and Caitlin Wajahn. The other five girls that made top ten were Hayley Ebersbacher, Sarina Delzoppo, Liz Poucher, Bridgette Drockton, and Jane Frires. The top five were paraded through town sitting atop the back of a convertible with their escort. The escorts were Lucas Koen, Colin Ecker, Anthony Angelotta, Zak Poucher, and Phil Sheaman.
The air was crisp and their hands were cold, the girls were introduced to the crowd on the arm of their escort and then their parents. Their speeches were read at the October 12th football game against Orange following the parade through the streets of Chesterland. Everyone awaited the results and got their cameras ready. The winner was Grace Komar, and all of the other girls were excited for her. Congratulations Grace, and the rest of the top five and top ten.

Kathleen Dolphin: Born October 3, 1989, Kathleen Dolphin finds no greater joy than wearing her yellow crocs around school and carrying her infamous pencil pouch with her to every class. Kathleen spends her nights working at Dairy Queen Orange Julius, which earned her enough money to fly to Italy with the Latin Class last summer. Kathleen is a four year varsity lettermen in volleyball, starting in every game, and acting as team captain for her junior and senior year. Kathleen enjoys spending time with her friends, text/picture messaging, and being an editor of the Whirlwind and a member of the yearbook staff.

Caitlin Wajahn: Caitlin enjoys spending time with her friends and family and playing soccer. She has earned 8 varsity letters during her athletic career at the high school in soccer, basketball, and track. Last year Caitlin received CVC 2nd team honorable mention for soccer, and CVC 1st team honors in 4 track events. Caitlin was the Vice President of her class freshmen year, served as Corresponding Secretary for the Student Council body last year, and is Vice President of Student Council this year. Caitlin represented West Geauga in “Women Rock the Future,” a program for greater Cleveland area female student/scholar athletics.

Grace Komar: Grace can be seen rolling around town in her 1983 turbo diesel Mercedes Benz. She attends Lakeland Community College during the week, participating in the Post Secondary Education Program. Grace is currently acting as the vice president of the National Honors Society and is the co-chair of the Student Council Spring Fling dance. She was also voted the Rotary “Student of the Month” for December. Grace loves to play softball, winning three (and soon to be four) varsity letters. She was voted first team honorable mention in the CVC. Grace also participates in Class Act and in the school musicals.

Martha Smith: An active member in Drama Club, Chorale, Class Act, Martha Smith activates her famous vocal chords on a regular basis. Martha is also serving as president of Student Council, and West G T.V. She is also the Yearbook copy editor, where she gets to put her love of words to work. Martha enjoyed participating in OASC’s summer workshops, learning how to be a great leader. When she’s not running clubs or singing, Martha can be found shaking her pom poms at the football and basketball games as a varsity cheerleader. Martha hopes to become a West G staffer one day, involved in the theatre production.

Susan Hanover: A member of National Honors Society, Student Council, Interact, and West G T.V., Susan Hanover has found a love of leadership here at West Geauga High School. She was nominated for and attended the National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C., and has also received the National High O’Brian youth leadership award. Susan is currently employed at Hollister and also as a fashion designer’s assistant. She has also had past jobs at McDonald’s and as a tennis instructor. She will soon be a 4-year letter winner in tennis, and the team’s captain. She also runs track.