Meadow Bridge Homecoming

Meadow Bridge High School will stage homecoming activities this Friday, Oct. 11 when the Wildcats host Webster County. The parade begins at 6 p.m., and the homecoming court will be presented at halftime of the football game. The homecoming court for 2019 includes, from left, seventh grade attendant Kierston Rozell and her escort, Jacob Hanshew, standing behind her; ninth grade attendant Alyson Riffe and her escort, Seaton Mullins; 11th grade attendant Jenna Gladwell (escort Logan Hatfield is not pictured); Ms. Wildcat candidate Annabelle Woods and Mr. Wildcat candidate Nick White behind her; Ms. Wildcat candidate Karli Pomeroy (Mr. Wildcat candidate Darrelle Burdette is not pictured); Ms. Wildcat candidate Chelsea Chester with Mr. Wildcat candidate Michael Bragg; Ms. Wildcat candidate Betty Watson with Mr. Wildcat candidate Tyler Fox; 10th grade attendant Kristen Church with her escort, Levi Lester; and eighth grade attendant Charity Reichard with her escort, Blake Bennett.