Stone crowned basketball HC queen

Chris Day
The Pawhuska High School basketball homecoming court and queen are, back rown from left, escorts Isaiah Walker, Nick Green, Braydon Wilson, Devynn Mathes, Brian Jeffers and Evan Frye, middle row from left, Bobbi Walker, freshman attendant; Gabriella Moen, junior attendant; Rayven Stone, homecoming queen; Kyleigh Riebel, senior attendant; Tatyana Curry, sophomore attendant; front row, flower girls Paisley Fitzgerald and Brinliney Wilson and crown bearer Riley Spicer. Chris Day/Journal-Capital

Pawhuska basketball held it homecoming coronation Friday night at Oren Terrill Fieldhouse.

Rayven Stone, whose parents are Mikey and Amanda Stone, received the tiara from Devynn Mathes during halftime of the boys basketball game. Stone plays basketball, track, tennis and cross country for Pawhuska High School.

Braydon Wilson was the queen’s escort. Wilson’s parents are Patricia Counts and Justin Wilson.

The attendants and their escorts were:

• Freshman: Bobbi Walker, whose parents are of RJ and Kristina Walker, and Isaiah Walker, whose parents are Grace and Josh Alexander.

• Sophomore: Tatyana Curry, whose parents are Stacy Williams and Mario Curry, and Evan Frye, whose parents are Mark and Melissa Frye.

• Junior: Gabriella Moen, whose parents Melanie and DP Moen, and Nick Green, whose parents are Raechelle Cass and Bill Green.

• Senior: Kyleigh Riebel, whose parents are Gary and Heather Chambers, and Brian Jeffers, whose parents are Terrie and Brian Jeffers.

The crowning captain was Devyn Mathes, whose parents are Misty and Aaron Smolik.

The crown bearer was Riley Spicer, whose parents are Daisey and Josh Spicer.

The flower girls were Paisley Fitzgerald, whose parents are Laura and Tracy Fitzgerald and Brinliney Wilson, whose parents are Justin and Kaitie Wilson.