‘It’s always a good day to be a Trojan’

WORTON — Kent County High School crowned new royalty, the cheer team made its dance debut, the Brigade of Blue marched under the direction of drum major Aaron Saunders and the football team closed out its regular season Friday night, Oct. 27 as part of Homecoming.

It was a picturesque fall evening showcasing a full moon in a clear sky. The temperature was a comfortable 70 degrees.

At halftime of the football game, Madison Messick and Ryan Myers were announced as the Homecoming queen and king based on criteria that included grade point average, school activities, personal interview and a collective vote of the student body.

The homecoming court included candidates Elizabeth Bilbrough, Emma Morris, Ariel Purnell and John Hinton.

During a week of spirited activities there was a powder puff game won by the junior class; induction of coach Mary Fisher and athletes Dale Cooper ’86, Diona Perkins ’88, Marone Brown ’91 and Danielle Brooks ’95 into the school’s hall of fame; and a culminating dance outdoors in the quad on Saturday night.

As the saying goes, “It’s always a good day to be a Trojan!”

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