The 2016 football homecoming court includes, from left: Front-Senior maids Autumn Metcalf, Renae Edwards and Avery Bucy and junior maid Rhonda Walker. Back-Freshman maid Rileigh Smith, eighth grade maid Cheyenne Akes, football king Lonnie Yancey, seventh grade maid Olivia Sutherland and sophomore maid Kalynn Cox.(TD photo/Jennifer Vaughn)
Football homecoming is being observed at Piggott High School this week, culminating with Friday night's game against the Manila Lions at Parker Field. The royalty assembly will be held at 9:25 a.m. on Friday, the pep rally will be held at 1 p.m. and the homecoming parade will follow at 2. Presentation of royalty will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, prior to the football game.
Rector High School's football homecoming is set for Friday, Oct. 14, as the Cougars host the Cross County Thunderbirds. The homecoming royalty will be introduced at an assembly at 1 p.m. Friday at the school gymnasium. The court will be presented to the community prior to the start of the game at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
This year's PHS homecoming royalty includes, from left: Front-sophomore maid Jasime Leggett, freshman maid Shayla Foley, seventh grade maid Summer Pollard, eighth grade maid Jordan Leggett, freshman maid Taylor Seal and sophomore maid Delaney Poole. Back-junior maid Hannah Powell, maid of honor Grayson Murray, queen Colby Crossfield, volleyball beau Justin Goding, senior maid Jazzmyne Mills and junior maid Molly Williams.(courtesy photo)