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Iridescents, Sequins and Lace was the theme of the 2022 Chrisman Prom. Those participating in Grand March were dressed in colors ranging from white to black. A total of twenty-four couples walked in front of a crowd, showing their attire to a gym full of family and friends.
After Grand March had completed, candidates for Prom King and Queen exited the gym to be announced.
Junior candidates were Colton Brazelton and Autumn Baker, Nic Eddy and Madison Reed, Michael Mueller and Sequoyah Cook and John Mosier and Saige Tyler.
Senior candidates were Ty Woodyard, son of Tom and Amber Woodyard and Kailey Phipps, daughter of Cory and Sarah Phipps.
Dyas Miller, son of Rob and Deborah Miller, and Kendall Tevebaugh, daughter of Darrin and Keisha Tevebaugh.
Karson Lewsader, son of Kevin and Dawn Lewsader, and Maddie Gibbens, daughter of Hilary Coe and Jack Gibbens.
Connor Taylor, son of Cory and Kira Taylor, and Maecy Johnson, daughter of Scott and Melanie Johnson.
After a few moments, Dyas Miller was announced as the 2022 Prom King and Maecy Johnson was crowed as the 2022 Prom Queen.