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Queen City Homecoming 2012

The QC Homecoming Parade will feature more than 25 floats! We will start the parade sharply at 1:00pm (so we can get cleared out for parents picking their children up!). Parade route: Starts at the baseball field, goes past the elementary school, then turns right on FM 74 to the light, then turns left, passes the cemetery, turns right just past the cemetery and comes past the MUMS bus ramp before returning to the high school football field for our Homecoming Pep Rally!

Floats are from the schools as well as from the community! Spike the Bulldog is the Grand Marshall and will lead the parade, followed by the varsity football team on the fire truck! Other floats include (and I know this is not all): seniors, juniors, sophomores, freshmen, math/science team, student council, FFA, HOSA, Theater, JV Football, Cheerleaders, Volleyball, Miss Atlanta Queens - and of course the Band of Champions and the Homecoming court!

Just a note: The band will be marching part of the parade only so they can go back to the football field and get set up for the pep rally. They will march past the elem school and will turn right on FM 74, but then they will turn back into the high school driveway while the rest of the parade continues to the light. So - if you want to see the BOC, you will need to line up on Houston Street between the elem and high schools!

Queen City High School 2012 Homecoming Court

Queen Nominees (SENIORS)

Abbi Cooney is the 17-year-old daughter of Rick Cooney and Tricia and Doug Brantley. She is the granddaughter of James and Lynell Baker of Atlanta and Dee and Benny Murphy of Texarkana. She attends Atlanta Church of Christ. Abbi’s activities include varsity cheerleading and playing softball. Her hobbies include playing softball, shopping, spending time with family and friends, riding four-wheelers, and going fishing. Her future plans include attending Louisiana Tech University ad majoring in psychology.

Mia Foster is the 18-year old daughter Dusty and Tracey Wiley. She is the granddaughter of Kathleen Bruce and the late Robert Bruce, and Diane Wiley. She is the great-granddaughter of Boyce Neil Endsley and Billie Jo Endsley. She is a member of First Baptist Church in Queen City. Her activities include National Honor Society for 2 years including 1 year as president, student council for ? years with 1 year as president, High Five for Christ, First Baptist Church QC Youth Group (Revolution Student Ministry), and Queen City High School Theater Company. Mia’s hobbies include speding time with her friends and family, hanging out with her church family, being very involved in school activities, and giving God all the glory and praise through it all. Her future plans include attending University of North Texas, studying psychology, and going into a career that will allow her to actively help others.

Alexus Hart is the 17-year-old daughter of Donna Jones and Aliver Hart. She is the granddaughter of Mary and Don Campbell and Marva and Gene Brown. She is a member of Queen City First Baptist Church. Her activities include cheerleading for 2 years, varsity track for 3 years, yearbook for 1 year, and National Society of High School Scholars for 1 year. Alexus’s hobbies include focusing on her college courses, working after school with friends, visiting her brothers in Texarkana, sleeping, and going through her mother’s closet. Her future plans include attending school in Arkansas to obtain a degree in nursing.

Megan Michelle Kennedy is the 17-year-old daughter of Wade and Fabia Kennedy. She is the granddaughter of Jerry Kennedy, the late Jean Kennedy, and the late Daniel and Diane Boatman. She is a member of First Baptist Church of Queen City. Her activities include National Honor Society for 2 years including 1 year as vice-president, Revolution Student Ministries, Queen City Student Council, and FFA with 1 year as secretary. Megan’s hobbies include spending time with her friends, her boyfriend Jay, and her family, riding her horse, training her show goat, watching movies, and going on family vacations. In the future, she hopes to attend a four-year university in Arkansas to pursue a career in forensic psychology.

Tristen Parr is the 17-year-old daughter of Doug Parr and the late Donna Parr. She is the granddaughter of Sid and Galaine Lane, Glenda Parr, and the late Paul Parr. She is a member of First Baptist Church in Queen City. Her activities include National Honor Society, FFA, HOSA for 1 year, Queen City High School Band of Champions for 3 years, colorguard for 2 years, volunteering at Atlanta Memorial Hospital for 2 years, and Revolution Student Ministries at her church. Tristen’s hobbies include spending time with friends and family, swimming, sleeping, riding four-wheelers, riding her horse Molly, training her show goat, meeting new people, and being involved in Revolution Student Ministries. Her future plans include attending the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences to become a medical sonographer.


King Nominees (SENIORS)

Briley Barnwell is the 17-year-old son of Rob and Jackie Barnwell. He is the grandson of Jerry and Bettie Barnwell, Estene Dolin, and the late Jack Rogers. He is a member of First Baptist Church in Queen City. His activities include varsity football for 1 year, varsity baseball for 4 years, basketball for 3 years, band for 2 ½ years, and National Honor Society for 2 years. Briley’s hobbies include playing MLB the Show on his PS3, hanging out with family and friends, playing baseball, spending time with his girlfriend Lenzie, and playing the drums. His future plans include going to college to play baseball and major in business.

Robert Flagg is the 17-year-old son of Charlotte Flagg and the late Robert Flagg, Jr. He is the grandson of Mary Flagg and the late Robert Flagg, Sr and the late Virgil and Patsy Brown. He attends Oak Grove Baptist Church. His activities include cheerleading, gymnastics, yearbook, and theater arts. Robert’s hobbies include tumbling at East Texas Tumblers, cheerleading, sleeping, and hanging out with his friends. His future plans include attending University of Central Arkansas and studying photography and criminal justice.


Jay Hawley is the 18-year-old son of Brenda McCoart of Atlanta and Terry Hawley of Queen City. He is the grandson of Bill and Elaine Hawley of Ashdown, Arkansas, and WD and Veneda Lance of Atlanta. He attends First Baptist Church in Queen City. His activities include football, baseball, and FFA. Jay’s hobbies include playing sports, hunting, fishing with his family and friends, watching the Yankees at Buffalo Wild Wings, playing golf, watching movies, spending time with his family, friends, and girlfriend Megan. His future plans include playing baseball in college and pursuing a career in coaching.


Tanner Allen Martin is the 17 year-old son of Bryan and Danielle Martin and Darrin and Peggy Lafayette. He is the grandson of Charlie and Mona Martin, Wayne and Nancy Littleton, Susie Lafayette, Dennis and Bonnie K. Coats, and Chris and Denise Miot. He attends Heritage Baptist Church in Texarkana. Tanner’s activities include football for 3 years, powerlifting for 3 years, track for 2 years, baseball for 1 year, and ag for 3 years. His hobbies include hunting, fishing, camping, canoeing, horseback riding, and riding four-wheelers. His future plans include becoming a welder.


Bradley Richardson is the 17-year-old son of Lance and Rachel Morgan and Adam and Judy Richardson. He is the grandson of James and Genie Arrington, the late Bennie Richardson, Doris and Charles Warlick, the late Pete Solomon, Iris Solomon, and Jerry and June Morsan. He attends church at Faith Community Church of the Nazarene. His activities include National Honor Society for 2 years, Football for 4 years, 4 years of baseball, 4 years of the UIL math and science team, and church youth group. Bradley’s hobbies include spending time with his friends and his girlfriend Kayla, watching football and baseball, and going to church. His future plans include attending college to become either a college football or baseball coach.

Underclassmen:
This year’s Freshman Princess is Celeste Fortune. Celeste is the 14-year-old daughter of Danny and Christy Mayfield and Kerry and Emily Fortune. She is the granddaughter of JH and Sharon Green, Pete and Diane Mayfield, and Sharon Fortune. She is a member of CornerStone Assembly of God Church. Celeste’s activities include Varsity Cheerleading for 1 year, Softball, Volleyball for 1 year, National Junior Honor Society for 2 years, and church. Her hobbies include mudding and riding the four-wheelers, tubing and knee boarding at the lake, hanging out with friends, texting, hunting, playing football with her family, cooking, and spending time with her family. Her plans for the future include going to college at Texas Christian University and becoming a doctor specializing in sports medicine.

Trystann Burt is the 14-year-old son of Kimberly Gilchrist and this year’s Freshman prince. He is the grandson of Larry and Ann Bethany. He attends Holly Street Church of God. His activities include football, baseball, and rodeo. Trystann’s hobbies include riding four-wheelers, playing baseball, boating, and rodeoing. He plans to attend college and become a physical therapist.

This year’s sophomore princess is Kailyn Lansford. Kailyn is the 15-year-old daughter of Kevin and Lorie Lansford. She is the granddaughter of Charles and Lenita Lansford. Her activities include athletics, varsity softball for 1 year, and playing saxophone for the Queen City Band of Champions for 5 years. Kailyn’s hobbies include four-wheeler riding, swimming, playing X-Box and Wii, hanging out at the deck with friends and family, and playing select softball. Her future plans include obtaining a degree from Louisiana Tech University and possibly playing college softball.

The 2012 Sophomore prince is Cody Ball. He is the 15-year-old son of Bryan and Danielle Martin and the late Bucky Ball. He is the grandson of Dennis and Bonnie K. Coats, Chris and Denise Miot, Orville and Rana Ball, Charlie and Mona Martin, and Wayne and Nancy Littleton. He is the great-grandson of Rita McLain. He is a member of Heritage Baptist Church in Texarkana. Cody’s activities include playing football for 2 years, powerlifting for 1 year, playing baseball for 1 year, Ag for 1 year where he is a Greenhand Officer, and Student Council for 1 year. His hobbies include camping, fishing, hunting, canoeing, attending Streamline at Hearitage Baptist Church, and spending time with his family and his girlfriend Reagan. His future plans include joining the United States Air Force for Combat Control.

This year’s Junior Princess is Kennedy Guthrie. Kennedy is the 16-year-old daughter of Lance and Lisa Simpson and Bobby Scott and Sherry Guthrie. She is the granddaughter of Dixie and Clyde Pennington, Becky and Bobby Guthrie, Moise and Catherine Marchand, and Charlotte and Pete Simpson. She is a member of First Baptist Church – Queen City. Her activities include student council, National Honor Society, cheerleading, Revolution Student Ministries, and High Five for Christ. Kennedy’s activities include dance, cheer, hanging out with friends, baking, riding four-wheelers, going to the lake, wakeboarding, and spending time with Drew. Her future plans include going to nursing school and becoming a neonatal nurse.

Drew Davenport, the Junior prince, is the 16-year-old son of Jim and Tammy Davenport. He is the grandson of Jim and Gail Fletcher, Jim Davenport, Sr., and Pam Euper. He attends church at Calvary Tabernacle. His activities include National Honor Society, Student Council, Football, Baseball, Basketball, and Impact Youth Group at Calvary Tabernacle. Drew’s hobbies include playing X-Box Live with his friends and his dad, watching TV, hanging out with his family and friends, playing any kind of sports, and spending time with his girlfriend Kennedy. His future plans include attending the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville to study kinesiology and to become a coach.

 


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