COAL TOWNSHIP - Six senior girls at Our Lady of Lourdes Regional School will vie for the title of homecoming queen for the 2013-14 school year. The crowning of the queen will occur at halftime during the boys varsity basketball game against Gillingham Charter Monday. The game is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.

The candidates are:

Peyton Klembara, is a daughter of Tara Brokenshire, of Mount Carmel, and Andy Klembara, of Coal Township. Peyton is president of the National Honor Society and Respect Life Club, vice president of the student council, an officer of Students Against Destructive Decisions, captain of the softball, volleyball and science club teams. She is also a student ambassador, a volunteer of the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Alumni and a member of the art club. She belongs to Our Lady of Hope Parish, Coal Township, and will be escorted by Coby Feese.

Gabriella Long, is a daughter of Kelly and Peter Long, of Coal Township. Gabriella is a member of the girls soccer, basketball and softball squads. She belongs to the Students Against Destructive Decisions and Respect Life organizations, as well as the Girls Action League and science and math clubs. She is a member of Our Lady of Hope Parish, Coal Township, and will be escorted by Luke Holleran.

Angelique Pennypacker, is a daughter of Annette and Henry Pennypacker, of Kulpmont. Angelique is vice president of the senior class, an officer in the Girls Action League, captain of the science club and a member of the math, art and robotics clubs. She also plays varsity basketball, volleyball and softball, and also belongs to the National Youth Leadership Alumni. She is a member of Holy Angels Parish, Kulpmont, and will be escorted by Larry Czeponis.

Rachel Schultz is a daughter of Michelle and T.J. Schultz, of Mount Carmel. Rachel is a captain of the girls soccer and basketball teams and a member of the track and field squad at Mount Carmel Area through the co-op program. She is treasurer of the National Honor Society and a member of the Spanish National Honor Society and math and science clubs. She is a student ambassador, a member of the Respect Life Club and an officer of the Students Against Destructive Decisions. Rachel belongs to Holy Angels Parish, Kulpmont, and will be escorted by Michael Gilger.

Kelsey Williams is a daughter of Melissa and John Williams, of Mount Carmel. Kelsey is a captain of the cheerleading squad, member of the Girls Action League and Respect Life Club. She belongs to Students Against Destructive Decisions and is a member of the soccer team. She belongs to Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish and will be escorted by Nicholas Taylor.

Alexia Wheary is a daughter of Denise Wheary and Tim Purcell, of Coal Township. Alexia is treasurer of the senior class, an officer in the Girls Action League and member of the girls basketball and soccer teams. She belongs to the science and math clubs, Respect Life and Students Against Destructive Decisions clubs and choir at Holy Angels Parish, Kulpmont, where she attends church. She will be escorted by Kenneth Pawelczyk.