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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.”

Authentic storytelling: Performing as a union soldier from the Battle of Springfield, Civil War reenactor Chris Sutton describes the battle to MHS students. On Thursday, Jan. 10, Sutton addressed students from the elementary, middle school and high school.


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Performing the holiday program Christmas Around the World, first, second and third grade students packed the high school gym with family and friends on the evening of Dec. 13.

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas: The Lions Pride Band lines up behind area veterans at the head of Mansfield’s Christmas Parade on Dec. 8.
Here we come, marching down the street: The brass section marches toward the square during Mansfield’s Christmas parade.
Lions spirit: Flag corps members freshman Alexis Titsworth, sophomore Kristen Wallace and junior Callie Titsworth follow the band through town.
All together now: Approaching the square, the Lions Pride Band shows off its timing.
Blast from the past: Decked out as ’70s and ’80s rockers, seniors Kaylee Pierson, Brianna Cubellis, Shay Jackson and Melissa Edwards participate in Spirit Week’s Rocker Day. The four spent third period in College Prep evaluating practice essays.
Old school: Dressed as a crazy cat lady for Senior Citizen Day in Spirit Week, senior Savannah Phifer writes an essay in College Prep, third period.

The Mansfield Invitational Tournament began Monday, Dec. 3, with a pep rally during seventh period. Lead by Stuco members, students cheered basketball team players, listened to the pep band, and played games to kick off the annual tournament.

Crazy candy: Representing her class in a relay race, sophomore Kailey Morris moves M&M candies across the gym using only a straw.

On Wednesday, Nov. 28, MHS music students performed in the school’s annual Christmas concert.

Beginning band

Lion Pride Band

Junior Pride Band

Canto Leoni

High school choir

Middle school choir

The MHS FFA chapter held its annual barnwarming Thursday, Nov. 15.

Barnwarming royalty: Front row – Freshmen Morgan Price and Justin Campbell. Second row – Sophomores Forest Brown and Madison Box, juniors Stephinie Watkins and Clayton Allison. Back row – Seniors Queen Tesla Paul and King Dylan Watson.

Fling it! Senior Corey Cantrell participates in the bale toss competition during FFA’s chapter barnwarming.


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Student Council hosted a breakfast honoring local veterans. Click on the picture to the left for more pictures of the event.


Student Council members prepare breakfast for the annual Veterans Day Breakfast.
Superintendent Nate Moore and Middle School Principal Gary Greene serve coffee to our honored veterans.