Bulldogs and Bulldogettes will be making the long trek back to Coahoma Friday to participate in 2018 homecoming festivities.
The community is invited to the Coahoma High School pep rally which will begin at 2 p.m. Friday on the Bill Easterling Memorial Football field. Later that night, the crowning of the football sweetheart and hero will be held at 7 p.m. during pre-game festivities at the Bulldogs/Iraan Braves varsity football game held in Coahoma.
During halftime the homecoming queen will be announced. This year’s nominees are as follows:
Hope Atkins is the daughter of Michael and Brooke Atkins. She is active in cheerleading, Theater Arts, agriculture studies, and art. Hope loves to go fishing, be outdoors and watch her sister and peers play sports. She also likes to spend time with her family.
Paige Atkins is the daughter of Michael and Brooke Atkins. Paige participates in volleyball, basketball, and softball. She enjoys wakeboarding, fishing, hunting, taking care of her animals, and spending valuable time with friends and family.
Julia Mashburn is the daughter of Lloyd and Marie Mashburn. She is active in volleyball, cheerleading, track, and First Priority club. She also takes college courses at Howard College while still attending high school. Her after school activities include Howard County 4-H and her church youth group.
Jaydan Mann is the daughter of Jerry Mann and Jessica Canales. She is active in band, varsity volleyball, varsity softball, and varsity track. She was named to the 2018 All Star Team in softball.
Lexi Montelongo is the daughter of Michael and Mariana Gonzales. She participates in softball, track, student council, and is a student officer. While not at school, she is active in her church youth group.
(Information provided by Coahoma Media. Courtesy Photo/Jaxom Muller CISD Yearbook Staff. Pictured is the 2018 CHS Homecoming Court. They are from left, front, Hope Atkins, Lexi Montelongo, middle, Jaydan Mann, back, Paige Atkins, and Julia Mashburn.)