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Nayeli Hernandez crowned 2021 Buckaroo Queen

Nayeli Hernandez crowned 2021 Buckaroo Queen
February 01
09:58 2021

By Carla Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan

On Saturday night, Jan. 30, Breckenridge High School’s Bailey Auditorium was transformed into a royal stage as Nayeli Hernandez was crowned the 2021 Buckaroo Queen by Great Lord Chamberlain Jonas Arellano in the school’s 96th Coronation.

Hannah Pennartz, Addison Dickenson, Caroline Turner and Kayla Wood perform for Buckaroo Queen Nayeli Hernandez and Great Lord Chamberlain Jonas Arellano. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)

The ceremony featured the theme “A Night Under the Northern Stars” and included an elegantly colorful backdrop, which was reflected in the dresses worn by the girls in the Royal Court. Throughout the ceremony, the Masters of Ceremonies Addison Dickenson and Anson Rodgers discussed the history of the event, including the colors of the dresses worn by participants. Addison explained that each year, a theme and color scheme are chosen by the directors. This year’s dresses were in various shades of royal blue, lavender, burgundy and emerald green, many with accents of gold or silver.

Included in the Royal Court were BHS class favorites, the homecoming court and each student organization’s sweethearts and beaus. The annual event also featured entertainment provided by their classmates.

Click here to see the Breckenridge Texan’s Photo Gallery from the Coronation.

Those participating included:

Buckaroo Queen: Nayeli Hernandez
Great Lord Chamberlain: Jonas Arellano
Best All-Around: Riegen Robertson and Evan Moore
Most Popular: Savanna Hinton and Colby Stober
Senior Favorites: Caroline Turner and Zach Otts
Homecoming Queen: Kayla Wood
Homecoming King: Jonathan Trejo
Junior Class Favorites: Shalyn Owen and Isaak Eutimo
Sophomore Favorites: Avery Rodgers and Jerry Lawson
Freshman Favorites: Charlie Salazar and Kason Mercer
Senior Homecoming Court: Trinity Cooper and Spencer Ortega
Senior Homecoming Court: Alexis Navarro and Robert Duncan
Senior Homecoming Court: Kylee Willis and Nathaniel Barerra
Senior Homecoming Court: Aileen Castorena and Alias Maya
Junior Homecoming Princess and Prince: Jackie Gullien and Timothy Adams
Sophomore Homecoming Princess and Prince: McKenna Adams and Zeke Castillo
Freshman Homecoming Princess and Prince: Zaea Ragle and Angel Hernandez

MCs Anson Rodgers and Addison Dickenson

STUCO Sweetheart: Ashley Reyes
STUCO Beau: Thomas Hamilton
Theatre Sweetheart: Jewell Graves
Theatre Beau: Alexander Cooper
Band Sweetheart: Bethany Boone
Band Beau: Jaiden Hitch
Cheer Sweetheart: Lizbeth Escobedo
Football Beau: Juan Saucedo
NHS Sweetheart: Rosalba Marentes
NHS Beau: Rylan Sims
Band Drum Major: Diana Mendoza
Band Representative: Jose Mendoza
FFA Sweetheart: Caiden Gonzales
FFA Beau: Kason Knight

Masters of Ceremonies: Addison Dickenson and Anson Rodgers

Trainbearers: Mia Duran and Leyanah Baxley
Crown-bearer: Hector Hernandez
Flower-Bearer: Cayden Creager

Light and Sound Technician: Elizabeth Griffith

Coronation Coordinators: Leah Robertson and Krista Wilcox

The entertainment was provided by:

  • Kayla Wood — “Even If”
  • Avery Rodgers — “Take Me Home, Country Roads”
  • Addison Dickenson — “When I Look At You”
  • Hannah Pennartz — “I’d Rather Go Blind”
  • Kayla Wood, Hannah Pennartz, Caroline Turner and Addison Dickenson — “Always Remember You”

The event was sponsored by The Woman’s Forum and The White Orchid Floral & Events.

Following the formal ceremony, the Royal Court reassembled on the stage for photos.

Buckaroo Queen Nayeli Hernandez and Great Lord Chamberlain Jonas Arellano and the Royal Court assembled for a photo following Saturday night’s ceremony in Bailey Auditorium. Click here to see more photos from the Coronation. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)

Cutline, top photo: Nayeli Hernandez was crowned the 2021 Buckaroo Queen by Great Lord Chamberlain Jonas Arellano during the 96th Breckenridge High School Coronation on Saturday, Jan. 30.  They are pictured with Flowerbearer Cayden Creager, Crownbearer Hector Hernandez and Trainbearers Mia Duran and Leyanah Baxley. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)


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