This year’s Pleasanton Cowboy Homecoming will be held in conjunction with the Turn-N-Burn BBQ Cook-Off, March 8-11. Voting for Cowboy Homecoming Queen will take place on Friday, Jan. 26 and Saturday, Jan. 27, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Pleasanton Chamber Log Cabin. To vote you must live in Pleasanton ISD and be in ninth grade or older. You must have a valid ID or proof you live in the district. Teachers that live outside the district can vote with proper school ID. Students can vote at Pleasanton High School on Friday, Jan. 26, during lunch.
Here are this year’s candidates (in alphabetical order):
My name is Perri Alexander, daughter of Perry and Melissa Alexander, and Amanda Hill. I am a sophomore at Pleasanton High School, and play saxophone in the Mighty Eagle Band. I would love to represent Pleasanton as the Cowboy Homecoming Queen, I look forward to serving the community. Thank you for your support.
Hi, my name is Tenya Ayala, a senior at Pleasanton High School. I’m grateful for the wonderful opportunities PHS has offered me over the last four years of high school. I’m an active member in FFA and the Lady Eagle Track team. These activities helped institute the discipline and responsibility in me. With a strong mind and will to get things done, I believe I would be a good candidate who is beyond willing to put forth time and effort to serve our community. Vote Tenya for Pleasanton’s 2018-2019 Cowboy Homecoming Queen. Your support and vote is greatly appreciated.
I was born and raised in Pleasanton and it’s always been an ambition of mine to be a part of the Cowboy Homecoming Court and to represent my hometown as a Pleasanton High School senior. Looking back at my 18 years I have looked up to former queens and I always desired to become one.
Aubrey & Amber Guerra
Hello, our names are Aubrey and Amber Guerra. We are currently seniors at Pleasanton High School. We are the daughters of Gerald and Diana Guerra. We are both athletes at Pleasanton High School playing volleyball (Amber) and basketball (Aubrey).. We were born and raised in Pleasanton, and we have enjoyed being a part of our growing community. And because we have a good foundation of leadership in athletics, we believe that we are ready to represent Pleasanton as your 2018 Homecoming Queens. Your vote is greatly appreciated.
My name is Megan Huizar, daughter of William and Yolanda Huizar and granddaughter of Joe and Lina Huizar and Mike and Esther Mares. As a senior and honor student at Pleasanton High School, I’m active in HOSA, Student Council, NHS, Varsity Track and CNA program. Working at a daycare I’m devoting my future to becoming an RN at a children’s hospital. Living in the country, having barrel raced my entire life and coming from a family of local farmers/ranchers, I’ve embodied true meaning behind the cowboy culture. I would love to represent our town, Pleasanton, as Cowboy Homecoming Queen.
Hello, I am Bailey Lopez, the daughter of Amanda and Pablo Espinosa, and Robert Lopez. I am a senior at PHS, who would be a perfect fit for the Cowboy Homecoming Queen. I am a member of NHS, HOSA, both varsity Softball and Volleyball teams. I come from a family that has had many obstacles. Many girls believe that where they come from, defines who they are. I am determined to be an example for young girls in my community. To influence young girls that they can do anything they set their mind to. Every vote will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Howdy! I’m the daughter of Randy and Shelley Rice and a proud fourth generation of Pleasanton. I’m a junior at PHS and an active member in FFA, FCA, Pleasanton Young Farmers, JV cheerleader, varsity track runner and played basketball for the last three years. I’m excited for the opportunity to join my family of Cowboy Homecoming queens, Cowboy of the Year and Cowboy Hall of Fame inductees. I want to continue in their footsteps as a role model and give back to the community that has encouraged and become a part of me. It would be an honor to be your Cowboy Homecoming Queen.