Eight Brownstown Central High School students recently strutted their stuff on the auditorium stage for the Mr. BCHS competition.
While junior Mason McClure was crowned Mr. BCHS, Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health also came out a winner, receiving more than $2,900 from the event.
“It’s remarkable to think we could accumulate that much money between us,” McClure said. “I’m thankful we could contribute to such a great organization.”
The students competed in three categories — club wear, formal wear and talent.
Sophomore Hunter Curry won Mr. Congeniality, and senior Dakota Wetzel won the audience vote.