Marceaux Crowned 2019 Crowley High School Homecoming Queen

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Marceaux Crowned 2019 Crowley High School Homecoming Queen

Senior Jocelyn Marceaux is congratulated by her parents, Sadie and Keith Marceaux, after she was crowned the 2019 Crowley High School Homecoming Queen Friday evening.

Senior Jocelyn Marceaux is congratulated by her parents, Sadie and Keith Marceaux, after she was crowned the 2019 Crowley High School Homecoming Queen Friday evening.

Andy Hebert

Senior Jocelyn Marceaux is congratulated by her parents, Sadie and Keith Marceaux, after she was crowned the 2019 Crowley High School Homecoming Queen Friday evening.

Andy Hebert

Andy Hebert

Senior Jocelyn Marceaux is congratulated by her parents, Sadie and Keith Marceaux, after she was crowned the 2019 Crowley High School Homecoming Queen Friday evening.

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Crowley High School celebrated Homecoming 2019 with the theme “Under the Sea” during the week of Sept. 23.  

Class spirit competitions and dress-up days will be sponsored by the Student Council.  The Homecoming Parade was in downtown Crowley at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday.  The parade featured members of the Homecoming Court, the Football Sweetheart, the CHS football team, a variety of club and class parade entries, and the CHS Marching Band.

The Homecoming Pep Rally was Friday in the Boys’ Gym starting at 1:45 p.m.  The football game was also Friday as the Crowley Gents defeated the Northwest Raiders 34-18.  During halftime, the Football Sweetheart and the Homecoming Court were introduced.

Morgan Jayde Babineaux is the daughter of Hannah Richard and Chet Babineaux.  She was escorted by her mother Hannah Richard and her stepfather Benjy Richard.  Babineaux has been a member of the Crowley High School Band for four years, where she served as Field Captain her junior year and Drum Major her senior year. She also participated in the Acadia Parish Honor Band for the past 3 years. She was active in Student Council for two years, French Club for two years, National Honor Society for two years, and Key Club for three years, where she will serve as president her senior year. She has received an Academic Jacket,  the Hardest Working Student Award, the Honesty and Integrity Award, the John Phillips Sousa Award, and she has been named Student of the Month. She plans to attend McNeese State University where she plans to major in biology.

Mariah MyShea Baker is the daughter of Doug Baker and Kay Cormier.  She was escorted by her parents. Baker was a cheerleader during her junior year. She was active in Student Council for two years, the French Club for two years, Journalism, and Prom Committee. She received the Hardest Working Student Award several times throughout high school. She attended the District Literary Rally in Journalism where she placed first. Baker plans to attend McNeese State University where she will major in nursing.

 

 

Aaliyah Rayne Fontenot is the daughter of Lacey Touchet.  Fontenot was escorted by her mother. Fontenot was active in Key Club for one year, Student Council for three years, and FCA for one year. She was a 3-year member of the CHS Ladies’ Softball Team where they won district champs her junior year. She received the Hardest Working Student Award and was named Student of the Month. She was also the vice president of her junior class. Fontenot has enlisted in the National Guard and she plans to attend UL Lafayette and major in business administration.

 

 

Kamryn J’Nai Franklin is the daughter of Kevin Franklin and Kai Wiltz.   She was escorted by her mother Kai Wiltz and her uncle N’Gai Wiltz.  Franklin has been a cheerleader for four years where she served as co-captain during her junior and senior years. She has been a member of National Honor Society for three years, Student Council for two years, FCA and Prom Committee for one year. She was a member of the CHS Ladies’ Track Team for four years. She was the class president her junior year. She attended the science fair where she placed first at CHS and Acadia Parish.  Franklin also received an Academic Jacket. She plans to attend Southern University and major in nursing.

 

Katelyn Love Hoffpauir is the daughter of Mandy LeBouef and James Hoffpauir.  She was escorted by her parents. Hoffpauir was a Ladies’ Volleyball Team manager for three years.  She was active in Student Council for four years, Interact and Prom Committee for one year, FCCLA for three years, and National Honor Society for two years. Every year Hoffpauir has received student of the month. She also received the Hardest Working Student Award numerous times and she was awarded an Academic Jacket.  She plans to attend McNeese State University and major in nursing.

 

Jocelyn Kay Marceaux is the daughter of Keith and Sadie Marceaux.  Marceaux was escorted by her parents. She has been a varsity player for the Ladies’ Volleyball and Softball teams for four years. For volleyball, she received honorable mention during her sophomore year, and second team all-district her junior year. For softball, she received the Hardest Worker Award during her freshman year, second team all-district during her sophomore year, most valuable defensive player, and first team all-district during her junior year. She was active in Student Council, National Honor Society, Prom Committee, FCA, and the French Club. She received an Academic Jacket and she was the treasurer of her junior class. Marceaux plans to attend college and major in accounting.

Mariah Janice Price is the daughter of Timothy and Jennifer Price.  She was escorted by her parents. Price was a cheerleader for three years. During her time as a cheerleader, she was chosen to be an All-American Cheerleader where she performed during halftime at the Citrus Bowl.  She also a member of the Ladies’ Volleyball Team during her junior year and was a member of the Art Club and Student Council for two years. She was named as Hardest Working Student twice and she was awarded with an Academic jacket.  Price plans to attend college and major in medicine.

 

 

Alaysia Blaire Deveaux Senegal is the daughter of Courtney Deveaux and Dorris Senegal.   She was escorted by her mother Courtney Deveaux and her cousin Keelan Norman.  She has been a cheerleader at Crowley High School for four years where she served as captain during her sophomore and senior years. Senegal was a member of the Ladies’ Track Team for two years. In track she competed in triple jump and high jump events.  She also was a member of Student Council and Art Club. She also was the secretary of the junior class. Senegal plans to attend Grambling State University where she will major in kinesiology.

 

Kennedi Klaire Stelly is the daughter of Jimmy Stelly and Heather Schexnider.   She was escorted by her parents. Stelly has been a member of the Ladies’ Volleyball Team for four years where she was named second team all-district her sophomore and junior years. She was a member of the Prom Committee and FCA for one year. She received the Hardest Working Student Award once in 2018 and 2019. Stelly plans to attend UL Monroe and major in dental hygiene.

 

 

 

Skye Elizabeth Wagers is the daughter of Sherry Howerton and the late Joey Wagers.   She was escorted by her mother Sherry Howerton and her uncle Blaine Faulk.  Wagers has been a photographer/journalist for the Crowley High School newspaper for two years. She was also a member of FCCLA for three years. She received the Hardest Working Student Award during her junior year.  Wagers plans to attend LSUE and major in nursing.

 

 

 

2019 Football Sweetheart Miss Alana Nicole Abshire is the daughter of Quinton and Wanda Abshire.  She was escorted by her parents. Abshire has been a Crowley High School football manager for four years.  She was active in FFA for two years, Interact Club, FCA, Student Council, Prom Committee, and Art Club for one year. She has also been a member of the Ladies’ Softball team for four years and she received an Academic Jacket. Abshire plans to attend LSUE and major in radiation therapy.

 

 

After the introductions, Katelyn Guidry, 2018 football sweetheart, crowned Abshire as the 2019 football sweetheart, and Principal Timothy Boudreaux presented her with roses.

Marceaux was then crowned as the newly selected homecoming queen for 2019.  Lindaya Brooks, 2018 homecoming queen, crowned Marceaux, and Boudreaux presented her with roses.

The Homecoming Dance will be held tonight from 7:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. in the Commons Area at CHS.