Titan Tattler: West Fo’ wraps up first quarter
Though Spirit Week has come and gone, the Titans are still proving that West is best.
Friday is the last day of the first quarter, meaning students will enjoy a couple days off on Monday and Tuesday for teacher work days.
Last week was homecoming week at West Forsyth and though the Titans lost to the Davie County War Eagles 37-34, there were still some winning Titans. Ivy Daniel, senior and West Wackos president, won the title of homecoming king.
“It felt unreal, magical! (It) was a night to remember for the rest of my life. I had a tremendous amount of family there and I’m glad I made them proud,” Daniel said.
For the girls, senior Titanide dancer Reagan Cox won homecoming queen.
“It was such an honor (becoming homecoming queen). It was even more special being crowned by my best friend and former dance team member Emily. That part was definitely sentimental,” Cox said.
On Friday, the Titans will take on R.J. Reynolds High school at the Deaton-Thompson Stadium at 7:30 p.m. The theme of the game will be Pink Out.
All of this week and Wednesday of next week wristbands for winter sports tryouts will be distributed. West’s winter sports include swim and dive, wrestling, boys and girls basketball, and boys and girls indoor track. Wristbands will be distributed in the lobby of the Simpson Gym.
Tonight at 6:30, a candidate forum will be held at West for the upcoming election of the Clemmons Village Council. This forum has been designed as a way for the public to get to know the candidates running for mayor and council positions, so all are welcome to attend.
Happy end of first quarter, and as always, go Titans!
By Kelly Kendall For the Clemmons Courier Spirit is in the air at West Forsyth this week because of one... read more