Brownwood High School’s halftime shows are always worth putting off that trip to the concession stand, but intermission at Friday night’s football game against Sweetwater will feature an added attraction.
It’s homecoming, and the homecoming queen will be crowned after all five candidates are presented.
Nominated this year for Brownwood High School homecoming queen are Sarah Faetche, Caroline Kirbo, Sydney Laws, Devin Lyons and Mabree Moore.
Here are brief biographies of the five candidates, provided by each student:
Sarah Faetche is the daughter of Martha Faetche and Chris Faetche, and has an older sister , Claire. She was born and raised in Brownwood.
As a senior, she is a member of Student Council and National Honor Society and is involved in various community activities. In her junior year, she competed on the FFA wildlife team, and as a sophomore and freshman she was a member of the varsity tennis team.
She enjoys cooking, art, the outdoors and spending time with her family and friends.
She will graduate magna cum laude in December and plans to pursue a career in either psychology or business at Texas A&M University.
Caroline Kirbo is the daughter of Demijon and Donna Kirbo and has a younger brother, Jon Kirbo. Caroline attends Avenue W Church of Christ and is involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She also participates in Lady Lion Track, is a member of the Spirit Club, National Honors Society for two years, Choices Mentoring Program for two years, and Varsity Cheer for the Brownwood Lions. She has been given the academic award, magna cum laude, the past three years of her high school career, and has been selected as the October Student of the Month for the Brownwood Rotary Club. She plans to attend Texas Tech University and major in health science.
Sydney Laws is the daughter of Scott and Sharon Laws. A member of the National Honor Society and Choices Program, she has been recognized as a magna cum laude student for three years. She has been a Brownwood High School cheerleader for four years and iis a senior captain. She is involved in numerous sports, running varsity track all four years, is a three-time softball District MVP, and was named the Texas Sportswriters’ Association 1st Team All-State Pitcher. She has been recruited to play softball for Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C., where she plans to major in criminal justice.
Devin Lyons is the daughter of Michael and Shannon Lyons. She has a younger sister Jenna and younger brother Collin. A member of First United Methodist Church, she is also a member of the National Honor Society and has received the academic award of magna cum laude the past three years. She is active in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and has participated in the Choices program for two years. She has been a member of the varsity volleyball team for three years and is involved in the BHS theater production Peter Pan. She plans to attend University of Texas to major in physical therapy.
Mabree Moore is the daughter of Mitch and Julie Moore. She has a sister Makenlee and a brother McLane. She is a member of Austin Avenue Church of Christ. A member of the National Honor Society, she is serving as secretary, She has been named a cum laude student for the past three years. She has also been involved in the Choices Program for two years, along with being a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She has been a Brownwood High School cheerleader for four years and has been a member of the varsity volleyball team for two years. She is also involved in the BHS musical and theater productions of Oklahoma, High School Musical and Peter Pan. She plans to attend Abilene Christian University and major in interior design.