When Devin Bryner was crowned homecoming king Friday, the Wellington crowd went wild.
Bryner, a senior who lives with cerebral palsy, has carved out a lasting impression among his classmates and teachers at Wellington High School.
He said after being crowned that the night felt “awesome” and he was happy to have so many loving friends and caring people in his life.
“This means so much to him,” said Theresa Bryner, Devin’s mother. “He has had a smile on his face the entire night and it’s not hard to see why looking around here.”
Senior Alicia Wright was named queen and happily assisted Bryner with his crown.
“What can I say about being named queen?” she asked. “I’m happy to be here next to Devin. This is an honor that I’ll always remember.”
Other seniors on the court were Taylor Hardwick, Julian McKenzie, Max Carevic, June Rauscher, A.J. Ciancola, Erin Shibley, Will Dowdell, and Keith McKenzie.
Other royalty included freshmen Madison Soboslai and Michael Kidd, sophomores Taylor Curtiss and Nick Arno, and juniors Kensington Boose and Tristan Arno.
Jonathan Delozier can be reached at 440-647-3171 or @DelozierNews on Twitter.
Photos by Jonathan Delozier | Wellington Enterprise Wellington homecoming queen Alicia Wright and king Devin Bryner are crowned.
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