Crenshaw wins homecoming king, queen to be crowned tonight


Laura Smith

Homecoming king Ty Crenshaw and his mother, Debbie Crenshaw; Aaron Hughes and mother Christie Shippy; Stacy Glenn with son Trevor Glenn; and Karla McCallie with son Cade McCallie gather after the announcement during the powder puff game.

Senior Ty Crenshaw was crowned homecoming king during halftime at the powder puff game Thursday night.

The senior-sophomore team won against junior-freshmen team with a final score of 36-18. Sophomore Sloane Precure was named MVP of the game, which was coached by boys from each class.

Homecoming queen will be crowned at 6:30 p.m. before the football game against Dumas tonight, Oct. 10. The candidates for queen include seniors Abby Franks, Alexis Cuellar, Katie Beth Stafford and Savannah Bartlett.

See slideshow of homecoming week highlights for more coverage.