Homecoming

CHS recognizes winter royalty

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Crawfordsville High School named its Snowcoming Court and and King last week. Due to attendance restrictions at the home basketball games, the king and court were unable to be recognized during Friday’s game against Fountain Central.

The students were recognized at school. Attendents were freshman Ryan Miller, son of Paul and Jenni Miller; sophomore Isaac Rogers, son of Brad and Rebecca Rogers; and junior Thristan Callejas, son of Gustavo and Rufi Callegjas.

Senior king candidates were:

• Kevin Barrera, son of Adonay and Elizabeth Barrera. Kevin plans to attend Indiana State University to study criminal justice.

• Josh Hacker, son of Jay and Amy Hacker. Josh plans to study political science at DePauw University.

• Kayle Kelso, son of John Kelso and Samantha Sperry. Kayle plans to work as a pilot for a commercial airline and become a professional comedian.

• Eli Reeves, son of Craig and Lora Reeves. Eli plans to attend Wabash College to study biology and religion.

Reeves was crowned the 2021 Snowcoming King.

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