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Mustang community observes Winter Homecoming
In the running for the 2024 Winter Homecoming Queen honor are, from left, Avery Stueve, Lynsey McPhee, Brooke Whatley, Memphislynn Carr, Jordan Birchall. Photo Contributed

The royal courts have been announced, the dress up days are underway and the basketball schedule is set.

Winter Homecoming is in full force at Oakdale High School this week. The new Winter 2024 Homecoming King, Queen, Prince and Princess candidates are hoping to take home the coveted crown and title. The Friday night, Jan. 26 Homecoming Celebration will also include a trio of basketball games.

The freshman boys start the action at 4:30 p.m., followed by JV tip off at 6 p.m. and then the varsity boys hit the court at 7:30 p.m.

The Mustangs will look to defeat the visiting East Union Lancers on the basketball court during the Homecoming contest.

Those hoping to take home the 2024 Winter Homecoming King crown are, from left, Jacob Cavanaugh, Landon Tolboe, Levi Hensely, Jacob Kindrick. Not shown is Spence Ballard. Photo Contributed
A new royal will be crowned this week, with the 2024 Homecoming Princess candidates including, from left, Emma Humphrey, Dakota Burford, Peyton O’Neal, Skyler Cavanaugh, Amber Franssen. Photo Contributed
One of the 2024 Homecoming Prince candidates will take home a crown and the title this week. Shown are nominees Armando Meza, left, and Matthew Yakligian. Photo Contributed