Ascension Catholic celebrates 2022 homecoming festivities

Staff Report
Keagan Davis and her family react to being announced as the 2022 Ascension Catholic homecoming queen.

Ascension Catholic crowned seniors Casey Mays as king and Keagan Davis as queen during 2022 homecoming week festivities in Donaldsonville.

Ascension Catholic’s 2022 homecoming king Casey Mays and queen Keagan Davis pose during the dance Oct. 29.

The court included Keagan Davis, Malorie Denham, Joselin Diaz, Emmie Lambert, Ella Landry, Alyse Ourso, Anna Schexnayder, Raegan Tripode, Patrick Cancienne, Trent Landry, Brooks Leonard, Bryce Leonard, Casey Mays, Layton Melancon, Landon Szubinski, and Bennett Vega.

Ascension Catholic High School seniors Bryce Leonard (12) and Brooks Leonard (13) dance with their mom Janelle Leonard, a teacher and coach at the school, during the homecoming pep rally.

The Bulldogs (7-2, 3-0 in district) defeated White Castle, 54-12, in a district game Oct. 28 at Floyd Boutte Memorial Stadium.

Ascension Catholic seniors Casey Mays (1) and Layton Melancon (3)
dance with their moms during the homecoming pep rally.
The Ascension Catholic homecoming court includes, from left, Raegan Tripode, Alyse Ourso, Keagan Davis, Malorie Denham, Anna Schexnayder, Ella Landry, Joselin Diaz, and Emmie Lambert.
Ascension Catholic High School seniors Emmie Lambert and Keagan Davis take a selfie as part of the senior skit during the pep rally.
Ascension Catholic Principal Tammy Crochet crowns Keagan Davis as homecoming queen at halftime of the Bulldogs' game against White Castle.
The Ascension Catholic homecoming court included, front row from left, Anna Schexnayder, Joselin Diaz, Ella Landry, Malorie Denham, Alyse Ourso, Raegan Tripode, Emmie Lambert, Keagan Davis; back row: Landon Szubinski, Brooks Leonard, Bennett Vega, Bryce Leonard, Patrick Cancienne, Layton Melancon, and Trent Landry.