Lexington High School’s homecoming on September 25 didn’t go on without a hitch.
In fact, it didn’t go on at all.
The anticipated game against Crooked Oak was cancelled when Crooked Oak announced several positive tests for COVID-19.
Instead, homecoming was pushed back to this Friday.
The hometown Bulldogs will take on the Crusaders from Christian Heritage Academy in Del City.
The coronation of a homecoming queen and king will be at 6:30 p.m. with the opening kickoff at 7:30 p.m.
Queen candidates are Shelby Ary, Kelsie Cormany, Carime Espinoza, Serenity Houck, Alexys Hyde, Jaci Idlett, Anna Loyd, Mary Martin, Carla Munoz, Madeline Pack, Sierra Petit, Chariti Ramsey, Harley Salisbury, Lola Simpson and Brooke Willingham.
Candidates for king are Avery Armstead, Josue Calixto, Jonathan Chavez, Tyler Conley, Cameron Conner, Ryan Dicksion, Dominick Finch, Braydon Forbes, Dalton Matthews, Carter Moore, Josue Ocampo, Seth Pearman, Teagin Pruitt, Destrie Shea and Wyatt Webb.