Seniors Justice Yates and Hope Espinoza were named Homecoming King and Queen prior to the home dual against Piedmont Tuesday night. Crownbearer was Brody Williams and flower girl was Justice Ketchum. Other members of the Homecoming court were seniors Tracie Allen, Sydney Hawk and Henry Brown, juniors Dion Brown and Stormie Boston, sophomores Jose Perez and Shelly Hatton, and freshmen Angel Espinoza and Jacee Lewis. Senior wrestlers Henry Brown and Justice Yates were also recognized before the meet began.
The Bison suffered a disappointing loss to Piedmont, 18-46. Winning their matches were: 145 Kendell Johnson (decision), 160 Francisco Leyva (fall), 170 Justice Yates (decision), and 185 Dallas Williams (fall).
Elementary classes celebrated the 100th day of school on Feb. 2nd. Mrs. Farley's 2nd grade class read 117 books and passed Accelerated Reader tests on them. Pre-K students came dressed as 100-year-olds for the special day.
The Geary/Watonga team placed 2nd in the competitive Hub City Tournament last weekend at Clinton. Tuttle High School, which came in 2nd at the Geary Wrestling Tournament in January, took first place at the tournament. Other placings were: Clinton, 3rd; Vinita, 4th, and Cache, 5th. Individual winners were: 1st place - . . .