WHS crowns Homecoming queen and king at halftime

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Ricardo Fierros and Yanely Gutierrez, who represented the Class of 2022, were officially crowned Homecoming king and queen on Friday. Oct. 22. (KS Winters Photography/Courtesy photo)

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Winters High School was finally able to celebrate homecoming week the right way, with a week full of spirit events in preparation for the big homecoming game and crowning of this year Homecoming queen and king.

Yanely Gutierrez and Ricardo Fierros (who represented the Class of 2022) were officially crowned Homecoming queen and king by former Homecoming queen Mia Reyes during the Homecoming game vs. Live Oak on Friday, Oct. 22.

The other queen and king nominees included Jasmine Jimenez and Logan Spears representing the Class of 2025, Eva De La Cruz and Kaden Tuttle representing the Class of 2024, and Jewelee’ah Garcia and Memo Valadez representing the Class of 2023.

This year’s royal court included princes and princesses: Gabriel Jimenez and Diana Sanchez for the Class of 2025, Angeles Sanchez and Albert Mora for the Class of 2024 and Angelica Michel and Diego Rodriguez for the Class of 2023.

WHS will kick off their traditional powderpuff game on Wednesday, Oct. 27 at Dr. Seller’s Field. The game was postponed to a later date due to concerns over last week’s winter storms.

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