Prescott Homecoming Crowns New King & Queen Featured

Ron Williams November 01, 2020 408

Brayden Nelson was crowned Homecoming King, along with the new Queen, Madison Young. 

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  • Prescott High School returned to a bit of normalcy
  • PHS celebrated Homecoming
  • Newly crowned are King Brayden Nelson and Queen Madison Young
  • They also won game with Mohave, 55-0

Prescott High School Badgers play Mohave during their Homecoming game.

It was a bit of a return to normal this year, as the Prescott Badgers took on the Mohave Thunderbirds from Bullhead City for their 2020 Homecoming game.

The Badgers were in complete control of the game, winning easily with a score of 55-0. 

Madison Young was crowned Queen and Brayden Nelson was crowned King as part of the Homecoming celebrations.

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