BUCKHANNON — Buckhannon-Upshur High School’s Homecoming Queen and King were crowned Friday night at the 2021 Homecoming football game.
Cameron Zuliani, a senior at B-UHS, was crowned as the 2021 Homecoming Queen. She is the daughter of Rob and Jackie Zuliani. Cameron is reportedly the first female B-UHS student to wear a jersey and cleats while being crowned Homecoming Queen.
In addition to serving B-UHS as Student Body President, Cameron is also the Secretary of the WV Association of Student Councils. She is a 4.0 student athlete and is a member of the B-UHS football, soccer, track, and swimming teams. In 2019, she was a State Champion member of the 200 meter freestyle relay team. Cameron had just finished kicking a field goal for the Buccaneers before being crowned at halftime of the Homecoming game on October 1.
Clayton Ware is also a senior at B-UHS. He was nominated as the 2021 Homecoming King and is the son of Todd and Janna Ware. Clayton lettered in lacrosse and has played as a mid-fielder all throughout his high school career. In 2020, he was presented the All-State Honorable mention.
Clayton also shoots the muzzle loader competitively and has set two records. In 2015, he set the record for the Sub-Junior National Championship and in 2018, he set the record for the Intermediate National Championship. According to Mr. Michael Wilson, Clayton was on the Homecoming Court his sophomore year and “it has been his heart’s desire to become Homecoming King ever since.”