DeVenney, Brannon crowned King, Queen; school, community enjoys week of Homecoming
Homecoming 2022 culminated with the crowning of the King and Queen and the Wildcat football team’s win over Warrensburg.
Seniors Cort DeVenney and Kinsley Brannon were named King and Queen with Espen Glenn and Maddie Lalman named runners-up. The court included (left to right) Glenn, Lalman, Kale Weber, Bella Tracy, Emiliano Arroyo, Maya Beavers, DeVenney, Brannon, Tucker Lawson, Kennedy Smalley, Trey Hoffman, and Brooke Hopkins. The crown bearers were Mathias Jones and Wren Crutchfield.
Earlier in the day, the annual Homecoming Parade traveled from the City Park to the square and back to the park. The winning entries in the parade were HHS volleyball, first; HHS girls’ basketball, 2nd; Class of 1972, 3rd; and HHS robotics team, honorable mention.
The theme for the week was an HHS Groovy Homecoming and spirit days at HHS included 70s Day, Disco Day, and Tie Dye Day. All schools in the district participated in spirit week with elementary spirit days including Wacky Sock Wednesday and Favorite Team Day.
The Homecoming dance was held on Saturday at HHS.