Connors State College Crowns Homecoming King and Queen


The King and Queen were interviewed by a committee and then voted on by the students, faculty, and staff of Connors State College.


Connors State College held its annual Homecoming on Tuesday, February 17, at Melvin Self Field House at half time of the CSC men’s basketball game against Seminole State College.

Paul Bright, sophomore from Oktaha, Okla., was selected Homecoming King and Nella Worthan, sophomore from Westville, Okla., was selected Homecoming Queen.

The King and Queen and each attendant went through an interview process and were then voted on by the students, faculty, and staff of Connors State College.

Worthan, who was escorted by Desmond Thompson, represented the Student Government Association. She is the daughter of Kaylee Tanner of Westville and is a psychology major who plans to attend Oklahoma State University.

Bright, who escorted Mallory Smith, represented the Presidents Leadership class and is the son of Johnny and Rita Bright of Oktaha. He is a general biology major and has plans to attend Northeastern State University.

Attendants were Morgan Cook and Bryce Hauenstein; Brandie Center and Tyler Sutton; Ronna Bell and Connor Osborn; Shelby Strain and Tyler Scott; Raven Bolden and Kyler Morgan, Kylie Phillips and Wyatt Smith.

The junior attendants were Kaizlei Keith and Preston McBride.


Click HERE to see the full album of Homecoming pictures!