Burns named Queen, Engle crowned Princess at 2016 TAHS Homecoming Game

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Senior Toni Burns was crowned the 2016 Homecoming Queen at Friday night’s game against Clearfield at Gray Field on Friday, October 7th.

“It was such a humbling feeling knowing that people thought of me during the voting process,” said queen Toni Burns. “I’ve never felt so loved.”

Kasey Engle was crowned 2016 Homecoming Princess and Lily Williams and Azia Barnett tied and were both named second runner up.

It was such a humbling feeling knowing that people thought of me during the voting process. I’ve never felt so loved”

— Homecoming Queen Toni Burns

The 2015 Homecoming Queen Anslee Walk was present to pass down  the title of Queen to Toni Burns, the representative for Eagle Eye News.

“I’m really happy for Toni and proud that she won representing the Eagle Eye,” said Eagle Eye adviser Todd Cammarata.

At this years Homecoming, 24 girls were nominated from multiple sports and activities in the school. The ladies were judged in multiple categories, including a popular vote, personal interview, and charity fundraising.

“My experience was great. I think it was so much fun to participate in all of the activities and represent the basketball team,” said princess Kasey Engle.

Unfortunately the excitement from the ceremony didn’t carry on throughout the night. The Clearfield Bison beat the Golden Eagles 22-3 (click the link to read our game story).

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