GHS Crowns First Homecoming King


Mr. Carr crowns Bradley Tabor Homecoming King, the first king in GHS history.

On March 6, GHS crowned the first ever homecoming king at Mitchell Stadium during the homecoming game against Lebanon. The Class of 2021 voted for eight young men in addition to the usual eight young women as Homecoming candidates. This is the first year in Graham history that a Homecoming king in addition to the queen has been nominated. 

“With all of the things Covid-19 has taken away from the senior class,” Mr. Calfee said (SCA Sponsor), “we wanted to make them be the first class to do something.” 

The eight young men chosen were Nick Owens, Bradley Tabor, Christian Yates, Matthew Sarver, Alex Ramsey, Justin Fritz, Kade Roberts, and Zach Dales. Since there are king candidates now, both young men and women escorted themselves when being announced. 

Graham’s student body voted on Tuesday, March 2, after the homecoming assembly over Google Meet. The candidates were announced one more time during halftime of the Homecoming game vs. Lebanon this past Saturday. Bradley Tabor was crowned as GHS’s first homecoming king.
“The look on Bradley’s face was priceless,” Mr. Calfee said. “He was so excited!” Bradley is a cherished student of GHS. He always has a smile on his face and he loves to help others. 

Hopefully, next school year will be normal and the homecoming king and queen candidates will be able to have a normal and fun-filled homecoming week without all of the restrictions and changes.