Aden Deverell, left in top photo, and Danial Blalack, right in top photo, were chosen as the Homecoming king and queen during Crestview Middle’s 2020 Homecoming court January 9th. Crestview Middle kicked off its basketball annual homecoming festivities with dress-theme days between January 7th and 9th, finishing with the crowning the homecoming princess, queen, prince, and king. CMS students and staff dressed to the theme of tacky day, camouflage to ‘Hunt for Falcons’, and purple and gold for ‘Spirit Day’. Thursday was the homecoming game against Lake County.
The Crestview Middle girls that won the homecoming court as princesses were: 6th grader Kyndall Williams and 7th grader Jada Powell. The boys that won as princes were: 6th grader Shaw Eubanks and 7th grader Christopher Rudd.
Crestview Middle also wants to recognize the homecoming nominees: in sixth grade: princess nominees were Jemoria Morgan, Brianna Mason, Kyra Johnson, Kaleigh Waldron, De’Asia Griggs, and Molly Coulston; prince nominees were Bobby Billings, Marquavin Alston, Aaron Gibson, Gavyn Devore, Edward Lewis, Rhett Simpson, and Tristian Belmont
In seventh grade, the princess nominees were Kelsie Sanders, Brooke Waldon, Christy Berry, Jasmyn Ward, and Mia Belair; the prince nominees were Dralyn Barlow, Jederian Wilson, James Anthony, and Bryce Farrow.
In eighth grade, the princess nominees were Kaitlyn Avery, Alise Hendrix, Shelby Sims, Alexia Gant, and Kamorry Wilson. The prince nominees were Antavion Hill, Quay Harris, Kendrick Butler, Gillee Carver, and Cameron Hall.