2019 Tenaha Homecoming Coronation held Saturday, Oct. 5
Tenaha’s High School Homecoming was at its best again this year, celebrating their 66th Annual Homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 5.
This year’s theme for Tenaha Homecoming was “Let the Games Begin.” Tenaha and Tenaha High School students were busy all day Saturday with Homecoming festivities - the Hall of Honor Induction Ceremony took place Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m in the Tenaha High School Cafetorium, followed by the Senior Class Fundraiser Luncheon on the square.
Later than afternoon; Tenaha and community gathered at the Tenaha square to grab candy and watch the floats in the 66th Annual Homecoming Parade.
The Homecoming Parade was led by Grand Marshals Larry and Janice Williams.
At 5:30 p.m, the Tenaha Homecoming Court entered the field with their escorts and the 2019 Homecoming Queen was announced. Congratulations to Tenaha’s Senior Duchess; Gracie Martinson for being crowned Tenaha 2019 Homecoming Queen.
At the Saturday football game the Tigers were defeated by Beckville, 35-28. The loss puts the Tigers conference mark at 1-1 while the team is 4-2 for the season.
The team has a bye this coming week and is scheduled to travel to Harleton on Oct. 18 for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff.
The 2019 Homecoming Court Duchesses and Sweethearts were elected by their peers to represent this year’s Homecoming Court.
Class Duchesses are (on left, bottom to top) Ashleigh Head, Freshman Duchess, Hannah Hicks, Sophomore Duchess, Kamari Gray, Junior Duchess, and Gracie Martinson, Senior Duchess. Homecoming Court Sweethearts are (right side, bottom to top) Guadalupe Sandoval, BETA Sweetheart, Annette Castillo, Band Sweetheart, Drew Henry, JCC Sweetheart, Jykeeria Patton, Football Sweetheart, and Anna Holland, FFA Sweetheart.
For photo gallery from Saturday's Tenaha ISD Homecoming, please click on link below: