A photo of the Homecoming 2021 graphic.

Cloud County Community College’s 2021 homecoming queen and king will be crowned on Wednesday, March 17, between the men’s and women’s basketball.  

A photo of the Homecoming 2021 graphic.

Cloud County Community College’s 2021 homecoming queen and king will be crowned on Wednesday, March 17, between the men’s and women’s basketball.

 

College faculty, staff and students will be casting their votes throughout the week to select the winners.

 

On Wednesday, the Thunderbirds will play host to Coffeyville Community College in Arley Bryant Gymnasium. The women will tip off at 6 p.m. The crowning of the CCCC king and queen will take place prior to the start of the men’s game at 8 p.m.

 

A photo of the 2021 homecoming candidates. 

Cutline: Queen candidates for Cloud County Community College 2021 homecoming are, front row, left to right: Riley Bontrager, Senaca, Kan.; Jayce Burghart, McPherson, Kan.; Kenzie Hegemann, Mayetta, Kan.; Kya Johnson, Bennington, Kan.; and Kelee Siebold, Riley, Kan. King candidates are, back row, left to right: Toby Gavette, Eaton, Colo.; Dyelan Reed, Clyde, Kan.; Noah Helget, Minneapolis, Kan.; Brandon Rohr, Plainville, Kan.; and Jaden Parsons, Kelawna, British Columbia, Canada. Not pictured are: Alyssa Castilleja, Ulysses, Kan., and David Acosta, Santiago, Dominican Republic.