BSM crowns its 2017-2018 homecoming king and queen

The Homecoming Court gathered outside for pictures.

Mary Youngblut, News Editor

Coronation is a homecoming tradition at BSM; it gets everyone excited about the week ahead and marks the beginning of the fun-filled homecoming week.

 All about celebrating school spirit and connecting to the school Homecoming week starts with the coronation and is then filled with a theme, dress up days, an all-school mass, boys’ volleyball, power puff, and a pepfest on Friday.

The coronation itself is a time when the different classes vote for representatives. There are two representatives, one boy and one girl, for each grade. The seniors then elect seven boys and seven girls to represent them during coronation. Two seniors are then chosen to be the Homecoming King and Queen.

The Homecoming court included: Ingrid Lundberg, Brielle Baker, Ava Smithmier, Maddie Stoks, Lillian Galvin, Natalie Kroll, Paige Greeley, Mehdi Duda, Braeden Fitzgerald, Liam Ford, Jordan Frantz, Ikenna Ujuaga, Eric Weber, and Chris Welscher. The freshmen representatives were Josie King, and George Wolfe; the sophomore representatives were Coco Wicka and Walker Niebergall, and the junior representatives were Dylan Drees and Molly Paulison. Seniors Eric Weber and Maddie Stoks were crowned Homecoming King and Queen.

“I feel honored that the school voted me homecoming King. I just try to be nice to people and I’m glad that people seem to acknowledge that. Thanks everyone,” Weber said.