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PHOTOS: 2022 DCHS Homecoming king and queen crowned under the lights
Senior homecoming king and queen Trinity Cruse and Macy Clark pose after being crowned by 2021 king and queen Braedon Hubbard and Blake Smith. - photo by Rio White

Two new individuals were crowned as Dawson County High School homecoming royalty during the halftime ceremony in last Friday’s football game at Tiger Stadium. 

Seniors Trinity Cruse and Macy Clark were named homecoming king and queen and were presented their crowns by 2021 king and queen Braedon Hubbard and Blake Smith.

The son of Justin and Jaclyn Cruse, Trinity is a member of the DCHS soccer team, National Honor Society, Beta Club, an officer for the Key Club and treasurer for the Future Business Leaders of America chapter. 

Cruse plans to continue his educational path with the hopes of attending the University of Georgia on a Pre-Med track, working toward the medical field.

The daughter of Andy and Charity Clark, Macy is the active president of FBLA, vice president of NHS and will be traveling to Europe next summer as part of the International Club.

Clark plans to attend college to work toward a degree in health promotion to become a hospital administrator. 

With all four grade levels represented at the ceremony, the following list includes all who made it on the court. 

Senior Class:

Trinity Cruse and Macy Clark

Hunter Phillips and Lauren Kurtz

John Henry Frix and Zoey Cruz

Kade Moledor and Avery Beaty

Junior Class:

Braden Crane and Carah Matheson

Owen Walls and Ashley Worley

Trey Harvey and Anna Ayers

Sophomore Class:

Jaden Horner and Hannah McCracken

Isaiah Garcia and Natalie Herndon

Freshman Class:

Jed Morris and Elizabeth Chameli