CANTON, Mo. — Culver-Stockton College welcomed alumni and friends to campus on Saturday, September 25, 2021, for a one-day homecoming celebration. Several outdoor events took place including a parade, marching band competition, a variety of reunions, athletic competitions, and campus tours.
The results of the competitions are as provided via a press release Friday:
Marching band parade competition
The marching band parade competition has a scoring system with a total of 150 points possible.
Junior High Division
1st: Canton Junior High School (97 points)
High School Division
1st: Green City High School (130 points)
2nd: Scotland County High School (129 points)
3rd: Palmyra High School (126 points)
4th: Highland High School (121 points)
5th: Canton High School (115 points)
6th: Payson-Seymour High School 102 points)
7th: Knox County High School (100 points)
Homecoming royalty coronation
Homecoming coronation took place during halftime of the football game where representatives of each class and a member of faculty and staff were crowned. The winners in each category below were voted on and selected by current C-SC students.
Freshman royalty: Noah Crenshaw (Canton, Mo.) and Jaden Griffin (Lenexa, Kan.)
Sophomore royalty: Sam Morgan (Columbia, Ill.) and (Carthage, Iowa)
Junior royalty: Ahmed Barrow (St. Louis, Mo.) and Trinity Burton (LaHarpe, Ill.)
Homecoming royalty: Max Blaschke (Maple Plain, Minn.) and Grace Preston (Taylor Ridge, Ill.)
Faculty/staff royalty: Angie Royal (Dean of Students) and Bill Boxdorfer (Director of Student Engagement)
The annual Homecoming parade was sponsored by Primo’s, who provided gift certificates to the winning entries. Float winners were based on workmanship, parade theme, and originality. Winners were:
1st: Jeff Whiston, Lewis County Farm Bureau
3rd: Lewis County Nursing Home
This story is based on information from a press release from Culver-Stockton College.
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