Education: SHS names 2022 reunion court

Starkville High School students celebrated their homecoming all last week and ended the week before the game with the homecoming court nomination, including the king and queen nomination. Indya Sparks was named SHS Comeback Queen, and Chris Hayes was named SHS Comeback King on Friday at the Greensboro Center.

The reunion court was made up of maids and beaus from freshman to upperclasses.

The main maids were Kristen Bowen, Jada Harris, Madison Harris, Jersey Hendrix, Je’neicia Hill, and Indya Sparks. The handsome seniors were Ashton Bogard, Hunter Bragg, Brayden Carpenter, Chris Hayes, Daejon Johnson and Connor Rogers.

The junior maids were Amiyah Baker, Makeelie Cummings, Victoria Espino, Kamarys Pearson-McCarter and Kaileigh Smith. The handsome juniors were Travion Guy, Jeremiah Johnson, Jonathan Morris, Ty’Darian Rogers and Jordan Young.

The sophomore girls were Paris Clark, Zariyah Edwards, Carrington “Alex” Jones, and Jocelyn Randle. The sophomore in-laws were Keylon Mays-Moore, Brodie Rice, Cedric Tate and Zach Wilson.

The freshman girls were Kharmin Harris, Ingrid Oliva and Malia Tate. The freshmen were Cedric Blair, Tylan Calvert and Jaden Tate.

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