Bulldog court

Basketball homecoming queen Allie Walck, seated center, is flanked by court attendants, from left, Ruger Cross, Kaylee Madden, McKenzie Fisher and Kinslee Hashagen. Standing center is homecoming king Talon Trent. He is flanked by his attendants Kaleb Madden, left, and Ethan Mullins. Homecoming is Friday when the Wayne Bulldogs take on the Stratford Bulldogs.

The element of suspense is off the table for Wayne High School’s basketball homecoming on Friday.

Lone candidates for queen and king are Allie Walck and Talon Trent.

Their coronation will be at 6 p.m., followed by the boys game against Stratford at 6:30.

Their attendants will be juniors McKenzie Fisher and Ethan Mullins and sophomores Kaylee Madden and Kaleb Madden.

Walck, 18, is an honor student. She is on the superintendent’s honor roll and is a member of the National and Oklahoma Honor Societies. She is senior class vice president. In addition to basketball, she plays fast- and slow-pitch softball and is a cheerleader. Other activities include Caps for Kids, Student Council and yearbook. She is the daughter of Brent and Sandra Walck.

Trent, 18, plays basketball and baseball. He is the son of Josh Trent and Terra Wood.

Fisher, 16, is a member of NHS, Oklahoma Honor Society and Book Club. She is on the superintendent’s honor roll. She plays basketball and slow-pitch softball and is enrolled at Oklahoma City Community College. She is the daughter of Harvey and Laura Fisher.

Mullins, 18, is a member of NHS and Student Council. He plays basketball, football and baseball. As a sophomore and junior, he was the leading rusher in the state and was Offensive Player of the Year and Most Valuable Player in football in 2019. He is the son of Amber Huff and Mike Mullins.

Kaylee Madden, 15, is on the superintendent’s honor roll and is a member of Student Council, Caps for Kids, Book Club and yearbook staff. She plays basketball and fast- and slow-pitch softball. She is the daughter of Kim Madden.

Kaleb Madden, 15, is a member of Student Council. He plays basketball and baseball. He is the son of Kim Madden.

Rounding out the court are kindergarten students Kinslee Hashagen, flower girl; and Ruger Cross, crown bearer.

Kinslee, 5, enjoys riding her ponies, putting together puzzles and coloring. She is the daughter of Lacey Madden and Eddie Kinard.

Ruger, 6, is a mutton buster who enjoys rodeo. He plays baseball and attends ninja warrior classes. He is the son of Nathan and Shea Cross.

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