Homecoming week comes early in Brownwood as Friday night’s football game against Snyder at Gordon Wood Stadium, also the home opener, will see the crowning of the 2019 Homecoming Queen during halftime.

Nominees this year are Gillian Cox, Trinity Eden (Buitron) Jackson, Hadley Monroe and Maddie Yazell. The following are brief profiles on each queen candidate provided by Brownwood High School:


Gillian Cox


Gillian Cox is the daughter of Christina and Daniel Cox. She is a four-year member and co-captain of the Brownwood Lionettes. She is also an officer of Key Club and Spanish Club and a member of the National Honor Society and HOSA. She attends and volunteers in the children’s ministry at Brownwood Community Church. Gillian plans to attend the University of North Texas next fall and study Psychology.


Trinity Eden (Buitron) Jackson


Trinity Eden (Buitron) Jackson is the daughter of Robby and Brandi Jackson and sister to Aurie, Journey, Parker, and Tristan. She is an active member of the National Honor Society, HOSA, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She has earned academic distinctions of Cum Laude and Academic All District for three years. She received her CAN certification her Junior year. Trinity has participated in Varsity Cross Country two years, Varsity Volleyball one year, Varsity Cheer three years, and Varsity Track four years. In track, she had the honor of receiving the Lion Heart Award, MVP, High Point Individual, Track All State Team, and went to State two years in pole vault and the 300 hurdles. She is a member of Coggin Avenue Baptist Church and currently works at Prima Pasta. She has not chosen a University at this time, but

plans on continuing to run track and major in Nursing.


Hadley Monroe


Hadley Monroe is the daughter of Jennifer Perkins and Barry McDonald and sister to Davalynn and Bryson. During her years at Brownwood High School, she has been involved in volleyball and basketball. She is a four-year starting setter for volleyball and was named Newcomer of the Year her freshman year and was a starter for basketball her Junior year. Hadley plans to attend Texas State University to study Education and become a teacher and coach.


Maddie Yazell


Maddie Yazell is the daughter of Alexis and Jon Temple and Randy Yazell. She has five siblings: Trevor Yazell, Brayden Yazell, David Turner, Makayla Deleon, and Kylie Temple. During her years at Brownwood High School, Maddie has participated in Athletic Training for one year, Softball for three years, Cheer for two years, Basketball for one

year. She is member at Coggin Avenue Baptist Church. Maddie is currently employed at The Wellness Center and also babysits on her free time. After high school, Maddie plans to attend at Texas State University to pursue a degree in Nursing to become a Pediatric Oncology Nurse.