Friday night’s varsity game may be canceled, but that didn’t dampen the Sulphur Springs High School Homecoming festivities. Wildcats fans and supporters filled the home stands at Gerald Prim Stadium Thursday, cheering for the 2020 Homecoming participants.\
The event featured the SSHS cheer squad, Blue Blazes, band and, of course, the Homecoming Court. A few of the Homecoming nominees pulled double duty not only taking their place among the court but also had an active role in other activities such as band and drill team.
As is tradition, the big event of the Sulphur Springs High School Homecoming Festivities was the Homecoming Queen Coronation. Escorted by family members, each of the nominees walked the field in evening gowns and heels as she was introduced, then either participated with the nominee’s organization or waited in her designated chair on the sidelines until all participants took the field for the announcement.
Selected as 2020 Homecoming Princesses were Lexi Colley and Rorie Young, and the 2020 SSHS Homecoming Queen is Kerie Wright.