Brownwood High School's homecoming queen will be crowned during Friday night's homecoming game at Gordon Wood stadium.
Homecoming queen candidates are:
Sydney Rodriguez is the daughter of Manuel and Jenifer Rodriguez. Sydney has two younger sisters, Sloan who is in fifth grade, and Sinclaire, who is in fourth grade.
Sydney was born and raised in Brownwood. She is a member of Coggin Avenue Baptist Church. During her years at Brownwood high, she participated in athletics playing soccer her freshman through junior year, softball her freshman year, volleyball her freshman and sophomore year, and cheer leading her sophomore year.
She is also a member of Key Club, Student Council, FCA, HOSA, and has been a football trainer since her junior year. Sydney plans to attend Texas State University with a major in nursing. Her second choice of college is Tarleton State University.
Breyle Sauseda is the daughter of Joey and Misty Fry and big sister of Hudson Fry.
Breyle is an active member of Calvary Baptist Church and the youth group at Coggin Avenue Baptist Church. She participates in cross country, track and basketball, where she has received academic all district honors.
Breyle was a member of the historic Lady Lions basketball team that reached the first-ever Regional Tournament.
Throughout the school year, Breyle volunteers 25-plus hours while being involved with HOSA, FCA, Student Council, Key Club and the Choices Mentoring Program. Breyle also serves as president of the National Honor Society.
Upon graduation, Breyle plans to attend college to pursue a career in nurse anesthesia.
Kayla McFarden is the daughter of Kyle and Kim Ellis and Steven and Kim McFarden. Throughout high school she has been involved in FFA, student council, FCA, the Choices Mentoring Program and National Honor Society. She is also an active member at Saint. Mary’s Catholic Church.
Kayla was one of three Brownwood High School students to be selected for R.Y.L.A leadership camp, and one of two females to be selected for Girls State Camp. She is also a member of girl’s athletics, where she participates in volleyball, softball, and track.
She was a four-year letterman in varsity softball and was voted MVP her sophomore year, along with first team all district her freshman, and sophomore year. In volleyball Kayla was defensive MVP her junior year, and was first team all district the past two years.
In track, she qualified for regionals her sophomore and junior years. Kayla qualified for sate in both pole vault and softball this past year and plans to go again this year. Kayla has been awarded magna cum lade every year and a math award her sophomore year.
After high school, Kayla plans to attend either Texas Tech or Texas A&M University, getting a nursing degree then continuing her education to become a physicians assistant.
Tyanne Stewart is the daughter of Yohanna and Spencer Stewart. She is the younger sister of Marques Barnes and older sister to Kenya Barnes.
Tyanne is involved in FCCLA and a member of the varsity basketball team.
Tyanne plans on continuing her basketball career at a collegiate level.
At this time she undecided on what school she will attend, but hopes one day to pursue a career as a forensic scientist.