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Wagoner will crown homecoming queen Friday afternoon

Wagoner will crown homecoming queen Friday afternoon

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Wagoner Homecoming Crowns

Twenty-five young women representing various school organizations will be queens in the 2020 Wagoner Homecoming Court this week. One of them will be crowned as Wagoner Homecoming Queen during a 4 p.m. ceremony planned Friday, Nov. 20 at W.L. Odom Field.

After a second COVID-19 prompted delay last week, homecoming celebrations will finally be held this week for Wagoner Public Schools.

An outdoor pep rally will be held Friday, Nov. 20 at 8:30 a.m. at W.L. Odom Field. At 4 p.m., the 2020 Homecoming Queen will be crowned during a coronation ceremony at W.L. Odom Field.

There will be no homecoming parade this year. Wagoner Superintendent Randy Harris said queens will have the option to ride in the 2020 Christmas Parade on Dec. 3.

Coronation ceremonies will be concluded and the field cleared in time for fans to arrive for the second round OSSAA playoff game between the Wagoner Bulldogs (10-0) and Sallisaw Black Diamonds (5-4). Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

Vying for the 2020 Wagoner Homecoming Queen crown are Patricia Dimick, Academic Team Queen; Britley Butler, Archery Queen; Amelia Fendlason, Band Queen; Grace Jones, Baseball Queen; Bethany Smith, Basketball Queen; Molly Rhodes, BPA Queen; Trinity Kelly, Cheerleading Queen; Liz Cantrell, Cross Country Queen; Becca Keeton, Drama Queen; Gracie Rowe, FCCLA Queen; Kaci Murray, FFA Queen and Hannah King, Football Queen.

Others include Caitlyn Henson, Golf Queen; Kammi Chandler, Mu Alpha Theta Queen; Rosava Bibelheimer, NHS Queen; Kaitlinn Ocana, Science Club Queen; Abby Riggs, Soccer Queen; Chloe Schilling, Softball Queen; Morgan Searl, Special Olympics Queen; Marlee Medlin, Tennis Queen; Jacie Edwards, Track Queen; Ruby Young, Vocal Queen; Anna Holmes, Volleyball Queen; Alexis Miller, Wrestling Queen and Reagan Fulk, Yearbook Queen.

Good luck to all of these young women!

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Christy has been covering news and sports in Wagoner County since 1988. She is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a degree in Public Relations/Journalism. christy.wheeland@wagonercountyat.com

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