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Tivy Homecoming Royalty Announced

Homecoming festivities looked a little different this year with no parade through downtown Kerrville and community pep rally, but that didn't dampen Tivy Spirit! 

Homecoming Court Nominees


Taylor Swyers 

Ashlynn Way

Melanie Rojo

Meg Butler 

Kathaleen Luangamath 


Tyler Smith 

Fisher Roberts 

Andrew Hamil 

Travis White 

Walker Grimes 


Homecoming King is Tyler Smith and Homecoming Queeen is Ashlynn Way. 

Also announced prior to the homecoming court were the 2020 Sweethearts: 


BAND - Jonathan Halpin and Raelin Batley

COLOR GUARD - Dametrius Delgado and Emma Sanchez

CHEERLEADER – Emma Franchina

JV CHEER - April Conway

CHOIR – Joseph Huff and Phoenix Miller

Tenni s- Will Crain and Lexi Harrel

AFJROTC - Jaden Abrigo and Stephanie Ramiriez

DEBATE – Tillman Dreibrodt and Cadence Larson

MOCK TRIAL - Cade Secor and Daphne Dozier

FFA – Colten Smith and Abigail Borden 


SAPPHIRE - Lauralai Pagel

NHS – Hayden Poe and Cithlali Prado

PALS – Aaron Salinas and Avery Abshier

GOLF - Andrew Bin and Hannah Davis

HOSA - Robert Ramirez, Cassidy Bell and Adriana Mendoza

Interact - Lukas Silvius and Savannah Grinstead

Tivy Treats - Christopher Ortega and Emily Graver

Spanish Honor Society - Bo Buchanan and Elissa Viola

Theater – Jared Thaler and Gabe Rector

FRESHMAN – Charlie Payne and Cameron Sibert 

SOPHOMORE – Brian Pescador and Isabella Morris

JUNIORS – Hudson Freedle and Avery Foust

SENIORS – Alex Tran and Jamie Lee


This year's theme was: Oh, the Places You Will Go! 

Students and Faculty dressed up for Spirit Week: 

Monday: Meme Day

Tuesday: Tropical Tuesday

Wednesday: Decade Day

Thursday: Squad Day

Friday: Blue Out Friday

Festivities began on Wednesday, with the traditional hall decorating contest. 

On Thursday, Student Council hosted the first ever Homecoming Carnival for students and staff at Tivy High School. Each school club, class and organization hosted a game for their fellow students. This was followed by a spirited pep rally and lighting of the 'T'. 

In a pre-game ceremony at Antler Stadium Friday, 2020 Sweethearts were announced prior to the Homecoming Court. 

The Antlers went on to beat Lockhart 17-3.