Bellrichard, Moore are queen and king, Genereux among members of the court.

    The University of Minnesota Crookston crowned homecoming royalty in an evening that celebrated the 20-year anniversary of four-year degrees with the theme Golden Eagle Nation Celebration.

    Crowned homecoming queen was Kayla Bellrichard, a junior double majoring in management and marketing from Elk River, Minn. Homecoming king honors went to Brant Moore, a senior majoring in management from St. Paul.

    Attendants included Ashley Hoffman, a senior doule majoring in ag business and agronomy from Debs, Minn., Katelyn Johnson, a senior majoring in animal science pre-vet from Monticello, Minn., Ashley Manusos, a junior majoring in sport and recreation management from McHenry, Ill., and Haley Weleski, a senior majoring in communication from Lancaster, Minn.

    Along with them were Ben Genereux, a senior majoring in agronomy with a minor in ag business from Crookston, Minn., Justin Goodroad, a junior majoring in agricultural education from Lindstrom, Minn., Jesse Jennings, a senior majoring in criminal justice from Robbinsdale, Minn., and Tyler Lowthian, a junior majoring in management from Richfield, Minn.