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Homecoming King and Queen Crowned

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Being crowned Homecoming king or queen is something many students may dream about, but every year, the honor is given to only two students in the senior class. This year, seniors Ethan Reed and Sophie Braud were crowned king and queen at the Homecoming game against Bridge City on Oct. 17.

Reed is a varsity football player for the Bear Football team and said he was honored to be chosen as this year’s king. He also said he was very surprised and that he never dreamed he would be crowned king.

He is a member of the National Honor Society and a state qualifier on the track and field team. Braud is the president of the National Honor Society, Vice-President of Student Council, and has been given numerous dance titles over the years, including Miss Teen Dance of Texas.

“It was great just looking in the stands at all the people and thinking, ‘They picked me,'” Reed said.

Once Braud was crowned queen, she was presented with a bouquet of flowers and escorted around the high school track in a convertible.

“When they called my name, I was so happy,” Braud said.  “Just knowing I had the support of so many makes me smile. I was shocked, yet grateful for the award. I am honestly so blessed. I feel honored and humbled to have been chosen among my peers to represent my class as the 2014-2015 Homecoming Queen. It’s an experience I’ll never forget.”


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Homecoming King and Queen Crowned