CASHS Homecoming Talent Show

Tyrion Hodges, Author

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Homecoming is an annual tradition in the United States hosted by many schools. CASHS’ Homecoming took place from September 15th through the 21st. On Friday, September 20th, 2019 the Homecoming king and queen were crowned. CASHS’ king and queen are chosen by a panel of teacher judges that vote based on the variety show that is held and performed to the CASHS student body. This year’s Homecoming Court girls consisted of Sydney Schmus, Ashlyn Bothe,Camryn Ellis, Layne Kimple, and MonTiona Thomas. The boys consisted of Javier Sanchez, Tyeshawn Worrell, Jesus Espinoza, Angel Santos, and Terrell Williams. 

Each of these students took the stage with friends to showcase their various talents and make their pitch for Hoco King/Queen. Throughout the show many different kinds of acts were performed such as dancing, singing, and even comedy skits. During the show, students seemed to be having a blast as the auditorium was filled with laughter, screams, and great applause. 

King and Queen were awarded at halftime of the Trojan football game, Jesus Espinoza won king with his prideful remake of Highschool Musical. Jesus drew the crowd’s attention with his dancing and supporting of the LGBTQ community, which was shown through him pulling the rainbow flag practically out of thin air. MonTiona Thomas was awarded queen after performing her skit/dance, that brought the crowd to their feet as she showed off her ties to JROTC and her exceptional dance moves.