Pictured above left are the Sulphur High School wrestling homecoming king and queen candidates.They are, from left, seated Emily Davis, freshman, Ally Dixon, sophomore, Meredith Jones, junior, and Macenzie Ruth, senior. King candidates are Kyle Stevenson, senior, John Farrell, senior, Konner Lunsford, senior and Kolbe Madron, junior. In photo at right are the basketball queen and king candidates.They are, from left, seated, Randi Rogers, freshman, Charlie Rogers, sophomore, Harley Beesley, junior and Abby Beck, senior. The king candidates, standing, are Cedon Harazda, Tavius McDonald, Chett Taylor, Nash Matlack, all seniors. The wrestling homecoming is set for Thursday, Jan.16 and the basketball ceremonies will be held in conjunctions with games on Friday, Jan. 17.
Big Week Of Homecoming Ceremonies Set
It will be a big week of activities at Sulphur High School beginning Thursday and continuing into Friday when kings and queens in wrestling and basketball will be crowned.
Activities at the school will begin with a pep assembly on Thursday, Jan. 16 at 11:45 a.m. in the gym followed by coronation of the king and queen in wrestling later that evening as the Bulldogs take on Comanche. Action will start at 6:00 p.m. beginning with the junior high matches
The coronation ceremonies will be held following the wrestling matches, according to school officials.
On Friday, Jan. 17, the coronation ceremonies for the basketball king and queen will immediately follow the conclusion of the athletic events as the Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs take on Comanche beginning at 6:30 p.m..
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