Jenna Hall and Christopher Boyd were named Homecoming Queen and King during halftime at Friday night's football game.
Hunter Kenyon, left, and Joseph Singer were emcees for the Homecoming program Friday night.
Tehachapi High cheerleaders kept the crowd in a festive mood as the Warriors toppled North High, 41-13 during the Homecoming game Friday night.
The Warrior Band contributed to the festive mood during Friday night's Homecoming football game.
Tehachapi High students Jenna Hall and Christopher Boyd were crowned Queen and King and the Warriors bested the North High Stars, 41-13, in Coy Burnett Stadium tonight at the annual Homecoming celebration.
The football game culminated a week of festivities at the high school with an "Olympiad" theme.
See Tuesday's Tehachapi News for more information and photos.
A Tehachapi Unified School District employee was arrested on Monday, March 31, on charges relating to animal cruelty and is scheduled to be arraigned in Kern County Superior Court at Mojave on April 14.
Financial expert hired to help get funding The Tehachapi Valley Healthcare District is seeking additional funding for the new hospital in Capital Hills as it continues its plans to open in the first quarter of 2016.