Nadia Gonzales, Bethany Moreno and Giselle Rivera are this year’s candidates for Uvalde High School homecoming queen. One of them will be crowned at the home football game against the San Antonio Memorial Minutemen tomorrow during halftime.
While the queen coronation is one of the highlights of homecoming, it is far from the first event. Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District is gearing up for its homecoming festivities starting with a parade and bonfire today, and then a home varsity football game against the Minutemen at the Honey Bowl tomorrow.
The football game will be capped off by the homecoming dance at the Uvalde High School cafeteria at 10 p.m.
Beginning at 6 p.m. today, the parade will start on East Leona Street near the Willie De Leon Civic Center, turn right onto North Getty Street, and end at the Honey Bowl. The bonfire will be at the Honey Bowl following the parade.
Before the football game tomorrow, there will be a pre-game show beginning at 6:30 p.m. which will introduce this year’s homecoming court. The homecoming queen will be crowned at halftime.
After the game, the homecoming court will make an appearance at the dance.
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