There is an air of excitement on Battle Creek Warrior Boulevard as the Tattnall County High School (TCHS) 2022 Homecoming week is underway.
Almost every young girl has the dream of wearing a fancy dress as she takes the long-awaited walk across the football field. That dream will be realized on Wednesday, September 28, under the “Wednesday” night lights, as one of six lucky young ladies is crowned as the 2022 TCHS Homecoming Queen.
The Class of 2023 chose the following:
Senior Homecoming Representatives: Malayna Ammons, Paris Coney, Jamie Ellis, Hannah Greger, Kinsley Hutcheson, and Najah Reddish.
The vote is now in the hands of the entire student body to determine which one of the young ladies will be honored as the 2022 Homecoming Queen; her first runner-up will be named “Princess.”
Every queen needs her court, which is made up of underclassmen representatives.
The Junior class will be represented by Bella Brisley, Layla James, Elainie Lewis, and Thomasja Moore. The Sophomore representatives are ZaRayna Anderson and Aubrey Poole; and representing the Freshmen class are Madison Page and Bentlee Sikes.
The presentation will take place during halftime of the football game, and as the big night approaches, every Warrior fan waits with anticipation to see who will wear the crown.