Brownwood High School announces homecoming queen candidates: Here's a look

Special to the Bulletin
Brownwood High School homecoming queen candiates are Brianna Garcia, Berkeley Britton and Naysa Leach. The queen will be crowned during half-time of Brownwood's game with Burnet Friday night at Gordon Wood Stadium.

Brownwood High School announced the 2021 Homecoming Queen Nominees, one of whom will be crowned during half-time at the football game on Friday, Sept. 17.

This year’s nominees are:

Berkeley Rose Britton

Berkeley is the daughter of Shane and Paige Britton. She is the captain and 4-year member of BHS Cheer, has participated in theatre for 4 years, photography and media crew, is on student council, and on the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Cabinet.

Berkeley attends Coggin Avenue Baptist Church and has volunteered at the library and with Brownwood Middle School cheer. She is entertaining offers from several schools and plans to study psychology and sociology.

Brianna Sharay Garcia

Brianna is the daughter of Mariela Garcia and Jose Garcia. She is the captain and a 4-year member of the Lionettes Drill Team, public relations officer for National Honor Society and treasurer of the Spanish Club. She is also an active member of Student Council, HOSA and Key Club.

Brianna attends Brownwood Community Church, where she has led children’s ministry. She will be attending University of Texas at San Antonio, where she plans to study psychology.

Naysa Ameri Leach

Naysa is the daughter of Nicole Barron and Kevin Leach. She is currently ranked 5th in the senior class, Vice President of the Eisenhower Chapter of National Honor Society, President of the Spanish Club and an active member of Student Council, HOSA and Key Club. She was a regional qualifier for 2 years on varsity cross country and a regional qualifier for varsity track and has been part of those programs for 4 years.

She also played basketball for 2 years and was the athletic trainer for soccer. Naysa volunteers at Corinne T. Smith Animal Shelter and for the Health Department. She will be attending University of Texas at Austin and plans to study physical therapy.