HHS crowns king and queen

Queen, Jai Bridges is active in athletics and academics

Special to the Herald-Guide
October 08, 2008 at 2:52 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

On Oct. 3 Hahnville High School crowned Jai Erielle Bridges as their 2008 homecoming queen.

Bridges, a senior, is the daughter of Wendy and Ellery Bridges of Killona. She is an active participant on the volleyball and softball teams, and has lettered in both sports. She also was awarded cum laude last school year.

After graduation, Bridges plans to attend the University of Southeastern Louisiana in Hammond to major in neonatal nursing.

Jada Rome, the daughter of Jennifer and Boyd Frickey of Paradis, was named maid of honor.

Jada is a member of the Yearbook Club, Ensemble, InterAct and Choir. She was a participant in the Parish and District Honor Choirs.

Abby Thibodaux, the daughter of Suzanne Miller and James Thibodaux, Jr. of Des Allemands, was first maid.

She is a member of the Beta Club, National Honor Society, InterAct, Student Council, French Club and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Abby is a Hi-Stepper and received a 2008 American All-Star award. She also is on the St. Charles Parish Advisory Panel.

Other homecoming court members included: Meagan Gervais of Luling, Christina Chester of Luling, Courtney Jones, Allie Petit of Luling, Raven Scott of Boutte, Brianna Triche of Des Allemands and Samantha Wineke of Luling.

King active in sports, varsity football captain

Jai Steib was crowned Hahnville High School's homecoming king on Oct. 3.

Steib, a senior, is the son of Jada and Joseph Steib of Hahnville. He is captain of the varsity football team at HHS. Steib also is a member of the track and basketball teams. He was recently named football prep player of the week.

After graduation, Steib plans to attend college in West Virginia to major in athletic training.

Other homecoming court members included: Trevell Alexander of Luling, Dalton Alfortish of Luling, Eric Bishop of Luling, Andrew Church of Luling, Guiseppe Crovetto of Luling, Mason Dupre of Bayou Gauche, Brandon LaRousse of Luling, Charles "Slade" Norfleet of Luling and Don Woods of Killona.




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