Bloomburg Homecoming Court
Representing the freshman class is Ms. Kelsea Lynn Farmer. Kelsea is the daughter of the late James Farmer of Doddridge and Laurie Moore of Vivian. Her grandparents are Bud and Linda Farmer of Doddridge and Toni Schelsteder of Vivian. Kelsea has two brothers Garrett Shelsteder and Trenton Farmer and two sisters Amber Schelsteder and Brianna Farmer.
Also representing the freshman class is Ms. Braylee Ashlynn Harrist. Braylee is the daughter of Daniel and Rebecca Jackson of Bloomburg. Her grandparents are Billy and Mary Bray of Bloomburg the late Nita Jackson of Doddridge and Louis and Sherry Sullivan of Doddridge. Braylee has three brothers, Keller and Kase Jackson and Dylan Harrist.
Representing the sophomore class is Madison Paige Clayton. Madison is the daughter of Michael and Ali Clayton of Atlanta. Her grandparents are Tim and Kathy James of Bloomburg and the late Jack Epperson of Bloomburg. Madison has one brother Trey Clayton and one sister Tori Clayton.
Also representing the sophomore class is Haleigh Myranda Greer. Haleigh is the daughter of Rickey and Michele Compton of Atlanta and Jeff Greer of Smithland. Her grandparents are Joseph and Donna Castagnetta of Monroe, Barry and Carilee Greer of Katy and Wallace White and the late Clara White of West Monroe. Haleigh has two brothers, R.J Greer and Ethan Compton and two sisters Jolie Greer and Carley Castagnetta.
Representing the junior class is Abigail Rose Houck. Abigail is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Houck of Doddridge. Her grandparents are Gary and Sandra Flint of Springhill, La., Mrs. Diane Wood and the late Mr. James Wood of Cass and the late Mr. and Mrs. Caroll Ray Houck of Taylor, Ark. Abigail has one brother, Corbin Houck.
Also representing the junior class is Ms. Hanna Lucille Reneau. Hanna is the daughter of Michael and Kacie Reneau of Bloomburg. Her grandparents are Frankie and Connie Clayton of Atlanta and the late Carroll Reneau Sr. of Doddridge. Hanna has one brother, Brayden Reneau.
Representing the senior class is Kalea Dixie Cloninger. Kalea is the daughter of Heather and Bubba Gunsolus of Bloomburg and Brian and Shelly Cloninger of Bloomburg. Her grandparents are Brenda Cloninger of Doddridge, Shiela Dunlap of Bloomburg, Andy and Nora Dunlap of Bloomburg and Eddie and Jerrie Orr of Bloomburg. Kalea has five brothers, Dylan Harrist, Cason, Heston, Trey and Monte Gunsolus and she has five sisters, Haylee Campbell, Audree, Averee, and Mylee Jones, and Briley Cloninger. This is Kalea’s third time on the homecoming court. Kalea was on the Varsity basketball team her freshman year and went to the play-offs. She has played four years of softball and they were bi-district champs last year. Kalea has been in One Act Play all four years of her high school career. While in One Act Play, they were bi-district champs for three years and also a regional qualifier. Kalea’s future plans are to attend college and pursue a degree as a physical therapist assistant, get married and live her life to the fullest.
Also representing the senior class is Ms. Trinity Alyce Mouser. Trinity’s parents are Melissa Patterson of Bloomburg and Justin Sprayberry of McLeod. Trinity’s grandparents are Shorty and Elizabeth Patterson of Bloomburg, the late Janice Patterson of Bloomburg and James and Linda Sprayberry of McLeod. Trinity has one brother, Tylor Upchurch. This is Trinity’s first time on the homecoming court. Trinity was voted “Most Athletic” by her senior class. Trinity has been on the Cross country team for four years, and she was a regional qualifier all four years and a state qualifier her sophomore year. She has played Varsity basketball all four years and went to play-offs her freshman year. Trinity has been a member of the softball team all four years and they were bi-district champs last year. She has been on the track team all four years and was a regional qualifier in the mile her freshman year and in the 800 her sophomore and junior year. Trinity has been a member of student council all four years and served as the President her junior year and a member of FFA her senior year. Her future plans are to attend Southern Arkansas University and graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science and become an athletic trainer.
Also representing the senior class is Ms. Katlyn Bradley Wilson. Katlyn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Wilson of Bloomburg. Her grandparents are Mrs. Debra Stanley of Cass and the Late Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Wake Village. Katlyn has one brother, Aaryn Giles. This is Katlyn’s third time to serve on homecoming court. Katlyn is the senior class president, was voted Mrs. BHS, Most Spirited and Most Likely to Succeed by her senior class. Katlyn has been a member of the Varsity Cheerleading Squad for three years as well as the National Honor Society where she was the treasurer her junior year and is currently president. Katlyn has been a member of student council for four years and held the office of secretary her junior year and is currently the president. She played varsity softball and has been in FFA for two years. Other activities that Katlyn is involved in outside of school are Girl Scouts and 4H. She has achieved the Bronze and Silver awards in Girl Scouts and is currently working toward her Gold award. Katlyn’s plans for the future are go to Texas A&M University, earn a degree in Mathematics or accounting and become either a college professor or an accountant.