Preslie Pritchett plays on the sideline before homecoming festivities.
Destiny Frazier is crowned 2012 homecoming queen.
Destiny Frazier and Diamond Williams - 2012 THS Homecoming queen and king
Fans reach for a football thrown by a cheerleader.
THS band drum majors Omayra Mata and Julia Perry
Devin Pitts and Emily Bauer
Sondra Cartwright, physical education teacher at Long Elementary, performs a routine Thursday morning with students. The school participated in JAM World Record 2012, a national campaign to promote fitness.
Annie Malone is celebrating her 100th birthday Sunday. Standing with her are her son, Willie, and daughter, Jessie Williams.
Terrell’s Quamyas White and North Forney’s Armani Watts chase a fumble during the third quarter of a District 10-4A game on Sept. 28 at Memorial Stadium. The Falcons won 40-10.
Destiny Frazier and Diamond Williams were crowned as the 2012 Terrell High School homecoming queen and king during a pregame ceremony Friday night at Memorial Stadium.
Thrillvania will be open on weekend nights until Nov. 3, as well as Halloween night. Tickets are $30 for adults and $15 for children under 10 years old.
Summer Gay, Barrels
Reid Oftedahl, bull rider
Bill Herbert, Saddle Bronc
Rawley McFarland, Saddle Bronc rider
Matt Crumbler, Bareback Bronc rider
King nominees include (from left) Juan Bravo, Montavius Jackson, Tyler Horn, Cristian Valenzuela and Diamond Williams.
The 2012 Terrell High School homecoming queen nominees are (from left) Megan Kubvaruno, Hailey Whiteside, Allison Hernandez, Destiny Frazier and Devin Pitts.
Terrell sophomore Damon Moss has scored five of the eight touchdowns this season for the Tigers, who will open District 10-4A play on Friday when they host North Forney.
Terrell's Aryn Leighton tries to hit the ball past Forney defenders Lexie Lane, left, and Melissa Nims during a District 10-4A match on Sept. 25 at TISD Athletic Complex.