THE 2022 ROYAL COURT
Master Tyler Pierce McLemore
Master Tyler is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Zac McLemore of Harlingen. He attends 5th grade at Calvary Christian School in Harlingen. Tyler enjoys playing sports, reading and learning new things. He also loves to hunt and fish, but his favorite activity is driving tractors with his dad. Tyler’s parents farm and own a commercial grain elevator in Cameron County. His dad likes to say he plays in the dirt while his mom keeps the books. His grandfather retired from farming in 2005 and went to work for the Harlingen Irrigation District. Currently, many members of Tyler’s extended family farm in the Rio Grande Valley.
Samantha Marie Brashear
Princess Samantha is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sean Brashear of Raymondville. She attends 2nd grade at St. Alban’s Episcopal Day School in Harlingen. Samantha Marie Brashear is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sean Brashear of Raymondville. She enjoys riding horses, drawing and gymnastics. Samantha’s father started working at Willamar Gin in high school and has worked at RGV Sugar Growers for many years. Her mother supports the agricultural community through her work at Texas Farm Credit.
Hattie Harper Wolfe
Princess Hattie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wolfe of Harlingen. She attends
2rd grade at St. Alban’s Episcopal Day School in Harlingen. Some of Hattie’s interest include riding horses, swimming, fishing and playing with her dogs Piper and Major. She is a Daisy in Girl Scouts Troop 4138 and a Clover Kid with Highland Hustlers 4H Club. The Wolfe family has supported the Rio Grande Valley agricultural community through their professional careers in the agricultural sector. They continue to promote the cotton industry through their volunteer work and involvement with the All- Valley Cotton Style Show and the Harlingen Cotton Committee.
Master Wesson Lee DeWitt
Master Wesson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chad DeWitt of Raymondville. He attends homeschool and will be entering 4th grade. Wesson’s interests include shooting sports, knife collecting, roping, welding, baseball, blacksmithing, leatherwork, hunting and fishing.
Wesson’s grandparents, Charlotte and John Lee DeWitt, are third generations farmers in Willacy County and his father Chad is joining the legacy of farming this year. Wesson’s great-grandfather, Fred Wesson, still raises and sells vegetables in northern Mississippi.