Ladies and gentlemen, your Homecoming court

2019 NPHS Homecoming Court

TOWAMENCIN – Royalty will be crowned on Friday night at North Penn High School.

In accordance with long standing high school ritual and autumn rite of passage, homecoming festivities will arrest the attention of a Friday night lights audience during halftime of the North Penn vs Souderton football game in Crawford Stadium’s final season on grass. Here is a look at the field of candidates that make up this year’s homecoming court.



Jaemon Crosby is a very active member of the North Penn community. He takes part in over ten extracurricular activities including Men’s Choir, Orchestra, SGA, Link Crew, and many more. Jaemon has also been in every North Penn Theater production since entering the high school. Outside of school, Jaemon works at Chick-Fil-A and loves hanging out with his friends. After high school, Jaemon will be majoring in Acting while continuing his passion for theater. His favorite quote is “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better.”




Erin Chi is a two-sport athlete for the past three years on the Unified Track and Bocce team, and in her sophomore year, Erin became a state champion as the Unified Bocce team took first place at the state competition. Erin lights up the hallways of North Penn as she loves greeting her teachers and friends in and outside of the classroom. Erin has a passion for photography and will be pursuing a future career in the art or music field.



Ryan Green has a passion for skiing and he takes that into North Penn as he has been an active member of the Ski and Board Club since the eighth grade. Ryan is very busy outside of school, he is the assistant manager of Rita’s and volunteers at the Mitzvah Circle when he isn’t skiing or hanging out with friends. Ryan hopes to pursue a career in computer programming after his time at North Penn.





Gianna Costello is an active member of the North Penn community. She has been playing softball for thirteen years, some of that spent on the North Penn Softball team. Gianna is a member of the Spanish Honors Society, Mini-Thon committee, and works with ESL students during her free periods. Gianna hopes to pursue a career as a special education teacher and she is one step closer with her career study at Gwyn-Nor Elementary School.















Jack Kim has been playing water polo since he was six, and in those years has become a back-to-back state champion. He has been the senior class Vice President since his sophomore year and he enjoys being the president of the Spikeball Club. Jack is also a member of the Political Activism Club, Jewish Cultural Club, Special Olympics, NHS, and FBLA. Jack plans to major in business after high school. 

Sierra Gee is a multi-sport athlete, dominating the field hockey turf and the track. She has played both sports for over seven years and hopes to commit to a D1 or D2 school for Track and Field. Not only is Sierra an athlete, but she is also busy with three jobs. Sierra is also a member of multiple clubs at the school including Triple AC, Best Buddies, and Key Club. Sierra also hopes to pursue a job in the STEM field while possibly running an elite dance studio.






RJ Macnamara has been playing football for 12 years. This year, he is the captain of the football and lacrosse team while being an active member of the Ski and Board Club for the past four years. He likes to spend time with friends and family when he isn’t on the football field. RJ will be attending the University of Delaware next fall to play Division 2 football. 

Deborah Kim is a member of the French Club, Class Cabinet, FCA, and NHS. She is also this year’s captain of the Field Hockey team. In her free time, Deborah likes to spend time with friends and family and volunteers at her church’s Vacation Bible School over the summer. Deborah plans to continue her education, while playing field hockey, at Swarthmore College.










Josh Martinez likes to listen to music and watch TV, especially Netflix, when he isn’t walking his dog Zoey. Although he doesn’t play any sports, Josh is a new member of the Enact Club and hopes to major in business after high school.

Val McGriff is a three-sport athlete, dominating in basketball, track, and volleyball. Val wishes to continue her basketball career in college. Val is also a member of Triple AC and a leader of FCA. In her free time, Val enjoys art and listening to music. Val plans to major in psychology because she loves helping others; this will hopefully lead her to her dream job as a therapist.







Peter Ng is the current president of the Japanese Language and Cultural Club as well as being an active member of the Chinese Cultural Club, Investment Club, and National Honor Society. In his free time, he likes to play basketball, watch movies, and read. He plans to go to college and get a job in the medical field.

Alaina Mullaly has been playing on the court for over 12 years and is one of this year’s basketball captains, as well as being a key player on the lacrosse field. Alaina enjoys hanging out with friends when she isn’t volunteering at the Lansdale-Abington Hospital or the Towamencin Fire Company. Alaina also spent time volunteering in the Dominican Republic this year as well as being an active member of Key Club, NHS, and a member of the Mini-Thon board. She plans to live somewhere warm while majoring in clinical psychology.


Justin O’Neil enjoys photography, hanging out with his friends, watching football, and being involved at the high school. Justin is an active member of FBLA, Key Club, Best Buddies, Salsa Club, EPICS, and of course, NPTV. Justin hopes to pursue his dream of being a famous Hollywood screenwriter.

Julia Stephens has been in the pool since she was nine years old, and is a key player for the swim team at North Penn. Julia likes going to the beach with her friends, cheering on the football team, and going to concerts. Julia is the secretary of SGA and a member of NHS, Link Crew, and High Schools Against Cancer. She hopes to attend college and major in occupational therapy or education.



Voting for homecoming King and Queen is open now. Check your North Penn student email for a link to vote. Voting is open to all North Penn High School students, and you may only vote once. Voting closes at 2:12 pm on Friday, October 4th.