Seniors Cali Burgess and Bo Sims were crowned Red and Gold King and Queen.
Seniors Bo Sims and Cali Burgess were crowned Red and Gold king and queen during the annual Red and Gold basketball game on Jan. 27.
The following seniors were in the Red and Gold court:
Macarena Angeles and Anthony Andrews III. Macarena is the daughter of Maria and Genaro Angeles. She is from Holy Spirit parish. Macarena is a part of Promise to Keep, has played volleyball, softball, and soccer. Macarena’s future plans are undecided.
Macarena was escorted by Anthony Andrews. Anthony is the son of Anthony Andrews Jr. and Kim Wilson. Anthony has participated in football, basketball, and track. His future plans are currently undecided but hopes to major in business.
Cali Burgess and Lucas Brizendine. Cali is the daughter of Mitchell and Shelly Burgess. Cali has participated in volleyball, cheerleading, softball, and golf. Cali received a full ride to play softball at Kaskaskia College in Illinois with an undecided major.
Cali was escorted by Lucas Brizendine. Lucas it the son of Rae Anne Brizendine and is a member of Little Flower parish. Lucas participated in football, and enjoys fishing and hunting in his free time. Lucas plans to attend the University of Indianapolis.
Rachel Cox and Riley Carter. Rachel is the daughter of Heather and Kipp Cox, and is a member of Mt. Pleasant Christian Church. Rachel has been involved in yearbook, powderpuff football, photography, President’s Academic Excellence award recipient, a three-time Scholar Athlete, National honor society, prom committee, and is a cellist in the orchestra. Rachel plays softball and cheers at Scecina. Rachel has also been a volunteer at the Indiana State Fair for five years. Rachel plans to attend Hannover College and pursue her love for photography.
Rachel was escorted by Riley Carter. Riley is the son of Rechelle Brooks. Riley has participated in Basketball and volleyball at Scecina. Riley is a mentor at his church and is involved in youth ministry. Riley wants to get his masters in Social Work at an undecided university to help out young children in the community.
Caroline Johnston and Dylan Hair. Caroline is the daughter of Laura and Corey Johnston. She is a member of Holy Spirit parish. While at Scecina Caroline has been a part of the Rock Band, Promise to Keep, Key Club, and the Spring Musicals. Caroline has also swam and ran Cross Country. Caroline is excited to see where life takes her.
Caroline was escorted by Dylan Hair. Dylan is the son of Aimee and John Hair and a member of Little Flower parish. Dylan has participated in football and CYO basketball. Dylan’s future plans include going to college and pursuing a career in graphic design.
Jacqueline Kennedy and Bo Sims. Jacqueline is the daughter of John and Maria Kennedy and a member of Our Lady of Lourdes parish. While at Scecina Jacqueline has been a part of Student Council and it the current student body president, Right to Life, Student Ambassadors, Key Club, National Honor Society, Rho Kappa Honors Society, and Math academic Superbowl. Jacqueline has participated in cross country and track all four years at Scecina. She has also been a volunteer altar server and helped with Children’s Liturgy of the Word at Lourdes. Jaqueline plans to attend Rose-Hulman, Purdue, or the Naval Academy and student biomedical engineering or mathematics.
Jacqueline was escorted by Bo Sims. Bo is the son of Valerie Jackson Sims and Gus Sims and a member of Our Lady of Lourdes parish. While at Scecina Bo has been a part of Academic super bowl, the Student Council Class President all four years, national honor society, Rho Kappa, Red and Gold going green, Right to Life, Fall Play, Spring Musical, President Academic Excellence Award, and a Scholar Athlete. Bo plays baseball and tennis. Bo also participates in Irish dance and loves scuba diving. Bo hopes to study environmental science in college.
The freshmen representatives for Red and Gold were Alexis Carr and David Baker.
The sophomore representatives were Cierra Ash and Franklin Cruz.
The junior representatives were Destiny Chambers and Makylin Brown.