Reese Williams is the 2022 DCHS Reunion Queen


September 23, 2022
By: Dwayne Page

The 2022 reunion queen at DeKalb County High School is Reese Williams.

The announcement was made Thursday at DCHS. Homecoming Spirit Week activities will take place next week September 26-30, including a homecoming parade on Friday September 30 from the school to downtown and the DCHS Homecoming football game against the Livingston Academy on Friday evening, September 30 at 7 p.m.

Senior, Williams is the 17-year-old daughter of Sarah Williams and Brian and Stephanie Williams.

Williams’ club involvement and active memberships are as follows:
Member of the Science and Spanish clubs

Sports participation:
DCHS Football and Basketball Cheerleader and DCHS Basketball Co-Captain.

DCHS Cheerleader for 2 years; nominated to be an NCA All-American cheerleader her junior and senior year; received the “Best Basketball Cheer” award; All honor roll “A” students; and competed in cheering competitions for 5 years.

Other information (church and community involvement):
Williams attends Steven’s Street Baptist Church. Outside of church, Williams said she enjoys spending time with family and friends.

Future goals: Beautician

The back-to-school attendants are:

*Senior Attendant – Hannah Trapp, the 17-year-old daughter of Jeremy Trapp and Jenny Trapp.
Hannah has been a member of the Spanish club and a soccer cheerleader for 4 years with 9 years of cheering competition.

Twice nominated NCA All American.

Future goals: Radiology Technician

*Senior Attendant – Carlee Elizabeth West, the 17-year-old daughter of Megan and DJ Stewart
Carlee is a member of the Spanish Club, Literature Club, Service Society, BETA, and FBLA Club. She is also the captain of the Football Cheer team and co-captain of the Basketball Cheer team.

Winner of the award for the best jumps in first year. Awarded NCA All American Cheerleader as a junior and senior. Received the Pin It Forward award twice this summer during a cheer camp. The prize is awarded to a person who possesses the quality that distinguishes him.

Other information (church and community involvement):
Carlee attends Refuge Church in Smithville. She has been competitive in cheerleading since the age of 6. Carlee enjoys spending her free time helping young girls in her community develop their cheerleading skills. Carlee is currently taking dual enrollment classes at Motlow State Community College. After high school, she plans to attend Motlow State and then transfer to Tennessee Tech University where she will major in special education.

Future goals: Special education teacher

* Junior Attendant – Sadie Anne Moore, the 17-year-old daughter of Chris and Holly Moore.

Moore’s club attendance and active memberships are as follows:
FCA Member and President and Member of Scientific and Spanish Clubs and Service Society

DCHS football filmmaker for 3 years.

Other information (church and community involvement):
Sadie attends the Church of God in Smithville, where her father is a pastor. Sadie also plays piano for her church and is active in the youth group.

Future goals: English teacher in high school.

* Sophomore Attendant – Ansley Caroline Crook, the 15-year-old daughter of Jacob and Kim Crook

Caroline is a member of the FBLA, BETA, FCA and science clubs and is a DCHS cheerleader.

Honor roll of all “A”.

Other information (church and community involvement):
Member of Memorial Baptist Church and Upper Helton Baptist Church Youth Group
Future goals: physiotherapist

* Freshman – Deanna Marie Agee, the 14-year-old daughter of David and Dama Agee

Agee’s club participation and active memberships are as follows:
FBLA, Student Government and Science Club.

Sports participation:
soccer cheerleader

Agee was voted Freshman Class Favorite, Freshman Class Secretary and NCA All-American Cheerleader last summer at NCA Cheer Camp.

She attends Smithville First Freewill Baptist Church.

Future goals: part-time cosmetologist and photographer


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