Mayes, Chemin voted BMHS homecoming royal couple

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By Sean Arnold

Bronson Middle High School announced its Homecoming King and Queen Oct. 13 at halftime of its football game against Branford.


Taeya Mayes was crowned the 2017 BMHS Homecoming Queen, and Caleb Chemin was announced as the 2017 King.

Mayes was joined by fellow Queen contestants Brianna Quinn, Rebecca Rodgers and Diamond Sheffield. The remaining King contestants included Adam Abouzid, John Konstantis and Jarius Thomas.

Noah Anderson and Naomi Baez were selected Homecoming Prince and Princess, respectively. The Prince and Princess are picked among the eighth-grade court at BMHS. Alana Goodman and Kayla Shannon were also on the Princess Court; Mahki Bostic and Jesse Williams joined Anderson on the Prince Court.

The ninth-grade attendants were Zoe Stocco and Jeremy Collins. The tenth-grade attendants were Ashley Blatchford and Blayne Thomas. Aliya Haynes and Cole Langston represented the eleventh-grade attendants.

2016 Queen and King Faith Hyde and Caleb Rice joined this year’s court for the ceremony.

The Homecoming Week theme was “Through the Decades.” Bronson students during the week dressed for different decades and musical styles, and the floats reflected the theme as well, with ones based on Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller,’ for instance.

The seniors won Flight Night Thursday Oct. 12.