October 1, 2012
DWU homecoming royalty crowned
MITCHELL – Josh Thompson and Yutzil Rodriguez were crowned homecoming king and queen Sunday at Dakota Wesleyan University’s 2012 Blue & White Days Coronation.
Rodriguez, of Pierre, is majoring in human services with a Spanish minor. She is involved in the Student Activities Board, Human Services Group, and DWU women’s soccer, and Zumba. She is the daughter of Sidney and Elizabeth Zanin and a graduate of T.F Riggs High School.
Thompson, of Lead, is a biology major with a coaching minor. He is involved in DWU football, and is the treasurer of Student Ministry Council and is a resident assistant. He has also worked on service projects for the Abbott House and H.O.P.E. Project, as well as a DWU mission trip to New Orleans. He is the son of Paul and Karmen Thompson and a graduate of Lead-Deadwood High School.
Other candidates for homecoming queen were: Natia DeGeest, Plankinton; Liz Lamb, Onida; Leah Miiller, Corsica; and Stephanie Teel, Stickney. Other homecoming king candidates were: Matthew Dykstra, Avon; Chris Ferera, Riverside, Calif.; Alex Hinz, Littleton, Colo.; and Josh Wagner, Platte.
The homecoming king and queen will participate in various activities during the week, including the 10:30 a.m. Blue & White Days parade on Saturday, Oct. 6. The homecoming football game will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Joe Quintal Field. DWU will play Dordt College.
To view a complete list of events for DWU’s Blue & White Days, go to www.dwu.edu/alumni/homecoming/.
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