LHS announces royalty for 2014 winter Homecoming PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 12 February 2014 10:32

The Redskins 2015 winter Homecoming court poses reently at Liberal High School. The Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned Friday night between the girls and boys basketball games against Hays at the Big House at LHS.  Courtesy photo

 

• L&T staff report

 

Liberal High School has announced its winter 2014 Homecoming  royalty court.

The freshman girl attendant is Sarah Bayouth, daughter of Larry and Clarissa Bayouth.

At LHS, Bayouth is involved in girls golf, powerlifting and softball.

Her hobbies include trap shooting, dancing, fishing and hanging out with friends.

Bayouth’s future goals are to graduate as a Kansas scholar and then attend Oklahoma State University and become a pediatrician.

Something unusual about Bayouth is that she only drinks Braum’s milk

She will be escorted by freshman boy attendant Deladris Green, son of John and Melody Green.

Green is a JV and varsity basketball player. He also is a part of “That” Liberal Band, “That” Liberal Band drum line, baseball, weight lifting, student council and AVID.

Green’s hobbies include: playing the drums and guitar at his church, lifting weights, playing basketball, dancing, watching movies, traveling and spending time with his family.

His future goals are to go to KU and play basketball and then play in the NBA. If he doesn’t go pro in basketball or baseball, he would like to study medicine or theology and become a preacher like his father and grandfather.

Something unusual about Green is that his whole name is Deladris Alec-Zander Cicero Green, which comes from four inspirational individuals including his legendary grandfather, Charles Cicero Green.

The sophomore attendant is Camille Peterson, daughter of Clint and Fernanda Peterson.

Here at LHS, Peterson is involved in AVID, tennis and Key Club.

Her hobbies include dance, piano and hanging out with her bestie, Rylee.

Peterson’s future goals are to become a lawyer.

Something unusual about her is that she only eats the chocolate chips in her chocolate chip pancakes.

Peterson will be escorted by sophomore boy attendant Javier Michel, son of Paco and Rosa Michel.

At LHS, Michel is involved in Avid and the LHS newspaper.

Michel’s hobbies include going to the gym, playing basketball and dancing.

In the future, Michel plans on attending college at KU and becoming a physical therapist.

Something unusual about Michel is that when he was little, he used to eat lotion because he thought it was yogurt.

The junior attendant is Erika Martinez, daughter of Jose and Ramona Martinez.

At LHS, Martinez is involved in National Honor Society, FCCLA, AVID, and the swim team.

Her hobbies include swimming, eating, hanging out with friends, and spending time with her family.

Her future goals are to go to a university to get a nursing degree and minor in Spanish, then go on to medical school to study in pediatrics and work in a children’s hospital.

Something unusual about Martinez is that she likes to eat veggies.

She will be escorted by junior boy attendant Dario Romero, son of Randy and Marisla Nordyke.

At LHS, Romero is involved in “That” Liberal Band.

His hobbies include hanging out with friends, playing sports, working out and having jam sessions with his friends.

Romero’s future goals include going to college, having a career in music and starting an organization for autism for his brother, James.

Something unusual about Romero is that he is the only person in his family that doesn’t like eggs or avocados.

The first senior girl candidate is Kyana Carter, daughter of Larry and Annette Butler.

At LHS, Carter is involved in AVID, track and field, and a junior ambassador for the Seward County Historical Society.

Her hobbies include baking and watching Netflix, doing community service at nursing homes and cleaning churches.

Carter’s future goals are to attend Southwestern Oklahoma State University and become a radiologist.

Something unusual about Carter is that she puts sugar in almost everything she eats.

Her escort is the first senior boy candidate David Regalado, son Mariza Regalado.

At LHS, Regalado is involved in football, AVID, FBLA and an entrepreneurship alumni.

His hobbies include playing football and hanging out with his friends.

Regalado’s future goals are to graduate from college and end world hunger.

Something unusual about David is that he can move his ears.

The second senior candidate is Sofia Heredia, daughter of Guadalupe and Jasmin Heredia.

Here at LHS, Heredia is involved in volleyball, track and student council.

In her spare time, she enjoys reading, traveling and shopping.

Heredia’s future goals are to graduate and go to college and earn a master’s in education.

Something unusual about her is that she is a germ-a-phobe that carries Lysol and Germ-X with her, everywhere she goes.

Heredia will be escorted by the  second senior boy candidate Cedric Mitchell, son of Cedric Mitchell and Chanita Tatum.

Here at LHS, Mitchell stays busy by being in “That” Liberal Band, Redskin Singers, student council, drama club, thespians and the prom committee.

His hobbies include dancing, singing, performing on stage, singing in the church choir, eating, sleeping and spending time with his family.

Mitchell’s future goals are to finish college and become a physical therapist.

Something unusual about him is that he gets terribly nervous before he performs in front of people.

The third senior candidate is Mercy Perez, daughter of Dago and Lucina Perez.

At LHS, Perez stays busy with National Honor Society, track, cross country, Odyssey of the Mind, Liberal Running Club and band.

Her hobbies include running, watching movies with her mom, crafting, attempting to longboard  and eating.

Her future goals are to become an art teacher and possibly coach track or cross country.

Something unusual about Perez is that she got third place at an Easter coloring contest for Walmart at the age of 2.

She will be escorted by the third senior boy candidate Erving Altamirano, son of Eli and Lucia Altamirano.

Here at LHS, Altamirano has been involved in band his 9th grade year, football 9th and 10th grade year, stand out, AVID, cross country 11th and 12th grade, Yu-Gi-Oh Club and track and field.

In his free time, he enjoys running around town, dueling with Yu-Gi-Oh! cards, watching anime, gaming on video games and reading God’s Word.

Altamirano’s future goal is to do our Heavenly Father’s will for himself by going into ministry.

Something unusual about him is that one of his top three favorite movies is the Disney princess movie, “Tangled.”

 

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