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CHS crowns basketball homecoming king and queen

Campbellsville High School students celebrated basketball homecoming last week, culminating with the crowning of a king and queen.

 

CHS seniors Caitlin Bright and Ethan Lay received the crowns.

 

During last year’s ceremony, Bright and Lay were named prince and princess.

 

This year’s prince and princess are junior Taj Sanders and sophomore Victoria Cox.

 

Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarteners Remi Petett and Cash Davis were the crown bearers.

 

Other homecoming candidates were freshmen Anna Clara Moura, Chloe Garrett, Jake Dicken and Reggie Thomas; sophomores Lauryn Agathen, Malachi Corley and Mark Rigsby; juniors Natalie Caldwell, Christa Riggs and Ceondre Barnett; and seniors Sara Farmer, Missy Vanorder, Vonnea Smith, Chanson Atkinson, Connor Wilson and Alex Doss.

 

Homecoming activities began on Monday, Jan. 22, and concluded on Friday, Jan. 26.

 

There were dress-up days and spirit games each day, leading up to the crowning of a king and queen.

 

After counting points earned for dressing up and winning spirit games, CHS senior class was declared the overall winner of homecoming week, with sophomores coming in second.

 

CHS seniors Caitlin Bright and Ethan Lay, at left, were named this year’s basketball homecoming queen and king. Taj Sanders and Victoria Cox, representing the junior and sophomore classes, respectively, were named prince and princess. Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarteners Remi Petett and Cash Cowan were the crown bearers.

CHS seniors Caitlin Bright and Ethan Lay, at left, were named this year’s basketball homecoming queen and king. Taj Sanders and Victoria Cox, representing the junior and sophomore classes, respectively, were named prince and princess. Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarteners Remi Petett and Cash Cowan were the crown bearers.

 

CHS seniors Caitlin Bright and Ethan Lay were named this year’s basketball homecoming queen and king.

CHS seniors Caitlin Bright and Ethan Lay were named this year’s basketball homecoming queen and king.

 

Taj Sanders and Victoria Cox, representing the junior and sophomore classes, respectively, were named prince and princess.

Taj Sanders and Victoria Cox, representing the junior and sophomore classes, respectively, were named prince and princess.

 

Ricky Smith-Cecil and Caylie Blair, who were named last year’s basketball homecoming king and queen and graduated last May, came back to CHS to crown the new king and queen.

Ricky Smith-Cecil and Caylie Blair, who were named last year’s basketball homecoming king and queen and graduated last May, came back to CHS to crown the new king and queen.

 

Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarteners Remi Petett and Cash Cowan were the crown bearers.

Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarteners Remi Petett and Cash Cowan were the crown bearers.

 

Reggie Thomas and Anna Clara Moura represented the CHS freshman class.

Reggie Thomas and Anna Clara Moura represented the CHS freshman class.

 

Jake Dicken and Chloe Garrett represented the CHS freshman class.

Jake Dicken and Chloe Garrett represented the CHS freshman class.

 

Malachi Corley and Victoria Cox represented the CHS sophomore class.

Malachi Corley and Victoria Cox represented the CHS sophomore class.

 

Mark Rigsby and Lauryn Agathen represented the CHS sophomore class.

Mark Rigsby and Lauryn Agathen represented the CHS sophomore class.

 

Ceondre Barnett and Christa Riggs represented the junior class.

Ceondre Barnett and Christa Riggs represented the junior class.

 

Taj Sanders and Natalie Caldwell represented the junior class.

Taj Sanders and Natalie Caldwell represented the junior class.

 

Alex Doss and Caitlin Bright represented the senior class.

Alex Doss and Caitlin Bright represented the senior class.

 

Ethan Lay and Sara Farmer represented the senior class.

Ethan Lay and Sara Farmer represented the senior class.

 

Connor Wilson and Vonnea Smith represented the senior class.

Connor Wilson and Vonnea Smith represented the senior class.

 

Chanson Atkinson and Missy Vanorder represented the senior class.

Chanson Atkinson and Missy Vanorder represented the senior class.

 

CHS senior Ethan Lay is congratulated as he is named homecoming king.

CHS senior Ethan Lay is congratulated as he is named homecoming king.

 

Caylie Blair, last year’s homecoming queen, congratulates CHS senior Caitlin Bright as she is named homecoming queen.

Caylie Blair, last year’s homecoming queen, congratulates CHS senior Caitlin Bright as she is named homecoming queen.

 

Caylie Blair, last year’s homecoming queen, crowns CHS senior Caitlin Bright as she is named homecoming queen.

Caylie Blair, last year’s homecoming queen, crowns CHS senior Caitlin Bright as she is named homecoming queen.

 

Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarteners Cash Davis and Remi Petett were the crown bearers for the king and queen ceremony.

Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarteners Cash Davis and Remi Petett were the crown bearers for the king and queen ceremony.





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