By: MaKayla Cox
Friday, Feb. 1 at 6:30 p.m., Homecoming was held in the MHS gym. JV played first and won by five. the crowning of Homecoming Queen was held at 7:30.
As candidates, ball players and cheerleaders walked out, the anticipation to know who was Homecoming Queen dwelled within the crowd. Finally, the senior candidates came out in their long, beautiful dresses, feeling nervous and gorgeous, waiting to know who the queen of 1013 would be.
“We did things a little different this year,” Mindy Lemons, faculty adviser, said. “Everyone seemed to like the changes, and overall I feel that it was a success.”
The last half of the varsity game was very intense. Players from both teams fouled several times in a matter of five minutes.
“The MVP, I think, for Conway would be Tristan Vaughn,” senior Carter Quirk, guard, said, “and the MVP for our team would be Jacob Caruso.”