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    Homecoming King Zach Tjelmeland and Queen Caroline Luttrull. Photo courtesy of DSISD
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    This year’s court was composed of: Sitting from left to right are juniors Eli Tod and Kylie Yardas, sophomores Deshawn Seneviratne and Caroline Manning, and freshmen Aly Howes and Christian Viveros. Standing from left to right are senior nominees Rachel King, Maverick Walker, Eliana Glenn, Gavin Kirkup, Caroline Lutrell, Zach Tjelmeland, Hailey Kirkup, Andrew Muegel, and Siena Donatiello. (Not pictured is Crystian Zamora.) Photo courtesy of DSISD.

Tiger Homecoming King and Queen

At this year’s Dripping Springs High School Homecoming football game, seniors Zach Tjelmeland and Caroline Luttrull were crowned Homecoming King and Queen. The nights festivities were helped by the Tigers victory over the McCallum Knights by a score of 43 to 21.

Additionally the Dripping Springs High School Homecoming Court consists of  dukes and duchesses representing the freshman, sophomore and junior classes, as well as senior king and queen nominees. 

This year’s court was composed of: Sitting from left to right are juniors Eli Tod and Kylie Yardas, sophomores Deshawn Seneviratne and Caroline Manning, and freshmen Aly Howes and Christian Viveros. Standing from left to right are senior nominees Rachel King, Maverick Walker, Eliana Glenn, Gavin Kirkup, Caroline Lutrell, Zach Tjelmeland, Hailey Kirkup, Andrew Muegel, and Siena Donatiello, and not pictured Crystian Zamora. 

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