Anderson, Lyons to reign

Boom Night, coronation held at WCHS

‑ Daily Freeman-Journal photos by Troy Banning Trey Lyons and Faith Anderson were crowned Webster City 2020 Homecoming King and Queen Thursday night at Lynx Field.

Seniors Faith Anderson and Trey Lyons were crowned the 2020 Webster City High School homecoming queen and king Thursday night during Boom Night activities.

The event was held at Lynx Stadium to allow for social distancing and masks were required by those attending. For those unable attend in person, the ceremony was broadcast live on the WCTV YouTube Channel.

Claire Goebels and Garrett Whitmore, the 2019 WCHS queen and king, were on hand to crown their successors.

Other members of the court are Emma Collicott, Trey Mathis, Leah Kasch, Tyler Olson, Emily Lovelace, Chase Rattenborg, Jenna Miller and Jack Van Diest.

Before the new royalty was announced, a video featuring all of the candidates was shown on an inflatable screen set up on Lynx Field. Each was highlighted with photos of the candidate as a baby or toddler along with their senior pictures.

Homecoming court members include, back row, Chase Rattenborg, Jack Van Diest, Jenna Miller, Emily Lovelace, Emma Collicott, Leah Kasch, Trey Mathis, and Tyler Olson; front row, King Trey Lyons and Queen Faith Anderson.

The Lynx cheerleaders performed a couple of dance routines and cheers to rouse the crowd and the Webster City High School band performed the school song.


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