Brantley High School Homecoming 2021

Published 8:46 pm Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Correction: The dates have been corrected to September 30 and October 1. We apologize for any confusion created by our mistake. As always, the Luverne Journal is happy to correct any incorrect information. 

Brantley High School will be having its annual Homecoming events on September 30 & October 1, 2021. Every year a theme is chosen to go along with the event. This year the theme will be “The Greatest Show on Turf.”

Homecoming will officially kick off with circus themed dress up days for all students and teachers to participate.  Thursday morning the K-4 students will have their yearly parade at 10 a.m. The little ones bring their bikes, trikes, trucks, and Barbie cars to ride in front of the school to encourage their Bulldog team to victory.

New this year, is tailgating at 5:30 p.m. in the front drive of the school for students and Bulldog friends and family, followed by a community pep rally for all to enjoy at 7 p.m. on the football field.

BHS Homecoming Assembly will be held Friday to introduce the Brantley Homecoming Court and to welcome back the Class of 2012. This will take place on David Lowery Field at 10 a.m.

According to scheduled events, a parade will take place at 2 p.m.

Kickoff Friday night against the Samson Tigers will be at 7 p.m. During halftime, the BHS Homecoming court will be presented and the 2021 Homecoming Queen will be crowned.

2021 Brantley High School Homecoming Court is composed of students voted on by the student body. This year’s Homecoming Queen is Senior Kayden Dunn. Kayden is the daughter of Brian and Taisha Dunn.

Senior attendant is Sheonte Barginere. Barginere is the daughter of Marvin and Shantel Barginere.

Junior attendant is Faith Crawley. Crawley is the daughter of Ryan and Elizabeth Crawley.

Sophomore attendant is Hope Richardson and is the daughter of Brian and Becky Richardson.

Freshman attendant is Emma Crawley and is the daughter of Ryan and Elizabeth Crawley.

Football Sweethearts were elected by the Brantley Bulldog football team. This year the team is honored to announce senior Caroline Driggers and senior Jamorria Halstead as Football Sweethearts.

Driggers is the daughter of Jeff and Laura Driggers. Halstead is the daughter of Loeneta Occius and the granddaughter of Gary Coleman and Janice Baker Coleman.