Seniors Judith Moreno, Carly Rodriguez, and Leticia Salas were nominated by the senior class and one will be named homecoming queen during halftime of the football game against Mason on Friday, Sep. 27.
Rodriguez is the daughter of Rose Adame and John Rodriguez. She is active in band, the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, softball, and cross country.
“It is truly an honor to have been nominated for homecoming queen this year,” Rodriguez said. “This will be my third year to have been voted onto the homecoming court, and it’s a good feeling to know that my classmates see me and think I represent CHS well.”
Moreno, who participates in Student Council, band, and UIL journalism, is the daughter of Greg and Edith Moreno.
“Being nominated by my peers was such an amazing surprise and I feel so blessed to have received such an honor,” Moreno said. “To say I am grateful is an understatement. I have every intention of making my peers, family, and friends proud. I cant wait to represent the class of 2020 at homecoming.”
Salas, is the daughter of Diana Torres and Jose Salas. She serves as manager for the cross country team and competes on the power lifting team.
“I was really surprised at first,” Salas said, “but now I’m really excited to represent the senior class along with Carly and Judith.”
Rounding out the homecoming court will be three duchesses each representing the underclassmen, which includes freshman Demiah Wendt, sophomore Kenzey Brawley, and junior Ashley Guerrero.