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CHS to crown basketball homecoming king and queen

Campbellsville High School will crown a basketball homecoming king and queen on Saturday.

 

CHS is celebrating homecoming week this week, with dress up days and spirit games.

 

Events will culminate on Saturday when a new king and queen is crowned after the CHS boys’ junior varsity basketball game.

 

CHS girls’ varsity team will play Metcalfe County at 3 p.m. in the CHS gym. The boys’ JV game vs. Metcalfe County will follow at about 4:30 p.m., followed by the varsity match up.

 

The king and queen ceremony will begin at about 6 p.m.

 

This year’s candidates are freshmen Bailey Thompson, Alli Wilson, Noah Hughes and Blake Allen; sophomores Layton Hord, Christa Riggs, Mariah Lowery and Charlie Pettigrew; juniors Tyrion Taylor, Jenny Lantz, Caitlin Bright and Ethan Lay; and seniors Caroline McMahan, Blair Lamb, Laura Lamb, Caylie Blair, Ricky Smith-Cecil, Murphy Lamb, Zack Settle and Jared Brewster.

 

This year’s CHS basketball homecoming candidates are, from left, front, freshmen Bailey Thompson, Alli Wilson, Noah Hughes and Blake Allen. Second row, sophomores Layton Hord, Christa Riggs, Mariah Lowery and Charlie Pettigrew. Third row, juniors Tyrion Taylor, Jenny Lantz, Caitlin Bright and Ethan Lay. Fourth row, seniors Caroline McMahan, Blair Lamb, Laura Lamb and Caylie Blair. Back, Ricky Smith-Cecil, Murphy Lamb, Zack Settle and Jared Brewster.

This year’s CHS basketball homecoming candidates are, from left, front, freshmen Bailey Thompson, Alli Wilson, Noah Hughes and Blake Allen. Second row, sophomores Layton Hord, Christa Riggs, Mariah Lowery and Charlie Pettigrew. Third row, juniors Tyrion Taylor, Jenny Lantz, Caitlin Bright and Ethan Lay. Fourth row, seniors Caroline McMahan, Blair Lamb, Laura Lamb and Caylie Blair. Back, Ricky Smith-Cecil, Murphy Lamb, Zack Settle and Jared Brewster.





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