Homecoming royalty crowned at DSU & area schools
DSU Homecoming Court, (back left) Landan Hand, Jackson Heiberger, Nicholas Carlson, and Jonny Derenge, (front left) Alexandra Smith, Gwendolyn Vongkasemsiri, Tara Freeburg, and Irina Pecherskaia

Homecoming royalty was crowned this week at a couple of area schools and Dakota State University in Madison.

This year’s homecoming king and queen for Colman-Egan are Levi Baumberger and Ava Mousel.  Baumberger and Mousel will reign over the remaining homecoming activities this week at Colman-Egan, including a homecoming parade on Friday afternoon at 2:00.  Colman-Egan will take on Wolsey in the homecoming football game on Friday night.

Coronation took place Monday night also at Howard High School.  Crowned King was Ryder Erickson and Queen was Trinity Palmquist.  Howard will also hold a homecoming parade on Friday, starting at 1:30 and will play Irene-Wakonda in their homecoming football game on Friday night. 

DSU held coronation for its homecoming royalty this week also.  Jackson Heiberger and Gwendolyn Vongkasemsiri were crowned king and queen.  Heiberger is a junior Cyber Operations and Network Security and Administration double major from Beresford.  Vongkasemsiri is a freshman Cyber Operations major from Nashville, Tennessee. 

The Trojan Days parade is Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m., and DSU’s homecoming football game is Saturday at 4:00 against Iowa Wesleyan. 

 

September 21, 2022