By Victoria Lybarger and Lex Gouyton
Staff reporters

SC Women's tennis receive the honor of being named 2019 KCAC Champions for their 2019 Spring Season. During halftime of the Homecoming football game against Friends University, the team was given their rings for the honor. (Victoria Lybarger/Staff photographer)SC Men’s Tennis team receive the honor of being named 2019 KCAC Champions for their 2019 Spring Season. The team had the honor of posing with the 1970 Champions Men’s Tennis Team while they, too, receive their rings for the honor. (Victoria Lybarger/Staff photographer)Homecoming king and queen candidates Laura Podschun, religion and philosophy senior, and Felix Aguayo, religion and philosophy senior, begin their walk to the football field. (Victoria Lybarger/Staff photographer)Hanna White, physical education and math senior, and D’Morea Horton, education senior, make their way to the field to await the arrival of the other candidates. (Lex Gouyton/Staff photographer)Homecoming king and queen candidates Franco Poi, business administration senior, and Tessa Castor, English senior, make their way to their spots on the football field during halftime of the Builder football game. (Victoria Lybarger/Staff photographer)Darren Reed, biochemistry senior, and Claren McCormick, athletic training senior, make their way to the field where their other candidates await them. (Victoria Lybarger/Staff photographer)Homecoming prince Zane Walter and Homecoming princess Olivia Archer are on the field to crown the winner of the title of 2019 Homecoming King and Queen during halftime of the game against Friends University.  (Victoria Lybarger/Staff photographer)D’Morea Horton and Claren McCormick are awarded the titles of 2019 Homecoming King and Queen. The two are nothing but smiles and laughter as they receive their crowns. (Victoria Lybarger/Staff photographer)Your 2019 Homecoming King and Queen. (Victoria Lybarger/Staff photographer)2019 Homecoming Court. D’Morea Horton and Claren McCormick were named 2019 Homecoming King and Queen during halftime of the game against Friends University. (Victoria Lybarger/Staff photographer)After the loss of two Builders, Shelvin Keller and Jacobi Scott, the school has been in mourning. During the 2019 Homecoming halftime, some football players who were closest to the two along with Anjah Clemons and Alissa Sheppard let balloons go with Keller and Scott’s numbers on them. It was an emotional presentation, but very heartfelt and just what the school needed to honor the football players. (Lex Gouyton/Staff photographer)