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Homecoming Queen, court selected
The DeKalb County High School Homecoming Queen and attendants are, front row, from left, Kaitlyn Elizabeth Cantrell, senior attendant; Homecoming Queen Allison Brooke Maynard; and Kayla Jayne Belk, senior attendant. Second row, Leah Brooke Davis, freshman attendant; Alley Elaine Sykes, sophomore attendant; and Callie Elizabeth Mulloy, junior attendant.
Time seems to pass quickly, and it’s time again for the DCHS Homecoming celebration on Friday, Sept. 22, as the Tigers take on the Cannon County Lions beginning at 7 p.m.Prior to the game, the Homecoming Parade will make its way around town, culminating in the square at 1:50 p.m.The 2017 Homecoming Queen and Attendants have been named and they are:Allison Brooke Maynard, a senior at DCHS and daughter of Stacey Dickens of Smithville. Maynard is a member of the Senior Beta, Literature, Science, and Spanish Clubs, FBLA, National Society of High School Scholars Ambassador, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Alumni, and Class Vice President. She is a four-year DCHS football cheerleader, four-year DCHS Tigerette softball player, and a member of the Extreme Fastpitch travel softball team.Maynard’s high school achievements are in her freshman year - 8AA all-district tournament team softball; sophomore Year- 8AA softball all-district honorable mention; junior year - NCA All-American cheerleader, NCA Disney World Spirit spectacular performer and 8AA all-district team, UTK Governor’s School for Science and Engineering; and in her senior year she was the DC HS football cheer captain.Maynard attends the Smithville First Free Will Baptist Church and has been a Remote Area Medical Volunteer.The Homecoming Attendants are:Senior Attendant – Kayla Jayne Belk, daughter of Chris Anne and Andrew Fults of Smithville.