Homecoming 2021 at Granbury High School culminated with the crowning of school royalty on September 10, 2021 during halftime festivities of the Granbury-Fort Worth South Hills football game.
Elected Homecoming Queen was Caylin Damron, who is the daughter of Brent and Sarah Blackmon. She is a member of the Pride of Granbury marching band and plays on the varsity squad for Lady Pirate Soccer. Damron also is a member of National Honor Society and plays with the Blaze FC soccer club team. She is an active member of First Christian Church and volunteers her time at the Rancho Brazos Food Bank. Damron plans to attend Texas A&M to major in kinesiology. She was escorted her stepfather, Brent Blackmon.
Luke Mankowski was honored as Homecoming King. The son of Adam Mankowski and Meredith Deemer, he is a member of the Pride of Granbury marching band as well as the powerlifting and track teams. Mankowski also participates in National Honor Society and Workforce Industry Training. He was escorted by his mother.
Damron was crowned during the football halftime program, while Mankowski was named the winner during a morning pep rally.
Queen nominees also included Scout Akers, Landry Basil, Jordan Sandness, and Scout Skaggs. The other king candidates were Gus Hamlin, Dereck Lacy, Christopher Martinez, and Brady Porter.
Also honored at the halftime program were Joyce Burks Dorsey and Jake Caraway, the Coming Home Queen and King representing the GHS Class of 1971. They were escorted by last year's honorees - Dana Ruth Wilson and Charlie McCarty from the Class of 1970.