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Damaris Martinez is Bobcats 2022 Homecoming Queen

Damaris Martinez, having just been crowned 2022 Bobcats Homecoming Queen makes a speech full of thanks to all who’ve supported her.

At a coronation and pep rally held on the field at Hope High School’s Hammons Stadium the 2022 Homecoming Queen Damaris Martinez was issued her tiara.

After the crowning, Martinez was given a microphone and spoke to the attendees: “I’m a little scared so … I want to thank God to begin with because I wouldn’t be here if he weren’t by my side. I want to thank my family for always supporting me and always loving me. Especially the teachers for not giving up on me, even though I’m hard-headed, so I pay attention in class. I’m so happy to be your queen. I love everyone here and I hope you all have a good night tonight.”

Leading up the coronation, Senior Bobcat football players were presented in spiffy suits to the sizable crowd and gave tokens of appreciation to their parents. Then the Homecoming Court Maids, dressed in white tulle dresses were also presented and then gave ribbons to parents.

After the coronation, cheerleaders took the field to lead a rally to raise school spirit for the defeat of the Hot Springs Trojans tonight.

Those taking part in the homecoming ceremony will need to line up tonight at the stadium at 6:00 p.m.

The Pre-game Homecoming ceremony will start at 6:30 p.m.

Kickoff is at 7:00 p.m.

Kick4Cash will take place at halftime.

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