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Eleven young ladies will vie for 2019 Homecoming Queen at Rowan County Senior High School.

The queen will be announced at halftime of the Friday, Oct. 4, home football game.

Candidates include:

Haley Adkins is the daughter of Karen and Greg Adkins. Haley is a member of the Varsity Cheerleading Team, and has been awarded the All-American and Lucy Moore Awards. Haley plans to attend Morehead State University to pursue a career in the medical field. Haley’s escort is Joe Mansfield, son of Aaron and Jessica Mansfield. Joe is a member of Dee-Fam and a big fan of the University of Louisville. He plans to attend the University of Louisville to become a Financial Advisor. Joe wants you to remember that Saturdays are for the boys.

Kylie Breeze is the daughter of Billy and Heather. Kylie is a four-year member of Viking Valkyries Volleyball Team, HOSA, and the Bass Fishing Team. She loves hunting and being outdoors. She says Allen Holbrook has promised her the first shot this hunting season. Kylie plans to attend Morehead State University to study Nursing. Kylie’s escort is Caleb Brown, son of Rebecca Johnson and Josh Brown. Caleb enjoys farming, hunting, fishing, and spending time with friends. He plans to attend medical school to become a doctor.

Kendall Brown is the daughter of Wayne and Tonya. Kendall is a four-year member of the Volleyball Team, and a member of the Rowan County Bass Fishing Team. She enjoys spending her free time hunting and enjoying her family and friends. Kendall plans to attend Morehead State University to major in Nursing. Kendall’s escort is, Gage Wilder, grandson of Jeff Richardson. Gage is a four-year member of the Rowan County Football Team, and enjoys spending time with family and lifting weights. He plans to attend an undecided University to major in Criminology and play college football.

Heather Fannin is the daughter of Don Fannin and Deborah Marrero. Heather is a member of the Volleyball Team, Thespians, Choir, and Speech Team. She won the Talent Award and 2nd Runner up in the Distinguished Young Woman competition. Heather plans to attend college to major in either Biomedical Science or Theater. Heather’s escort is Alex Pace, son of Joel and Lora Pace. Alex is a member of Thespians and the Speech team. He attended GSA and volunteers with Better Life Church. Alex plans to attend MSU and get a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree to become a Freelance Photographer.

Presley Fannin is the daughter of Missi and Ty Fannin. Presley is a varsity cheerleader, runs track and plays the piano. Presley plans to attend Morehead State University to major in Nursing to become a traveling nurse. Presley’s escort is Devin Davidson, son of Juanita Davidson and Anthony Holbrook. Devin plays varsity basketball, football, and track. He enjoys spending time with friends and fondly remembers winning the CKC Championship football game his freshman year.

Riley Hall is the daughter of Morgan Redmon and Clabe Hall. She is president of the Student Government Association, member of the varsity Volleyball Team, and the 2020 Distinguished Young Woman Barbra Fossett Leadership Award Recipient. Riley plans to attend Morehead State University to study Nursing, then continue on to medical school to pursue a career as an OB/GYN. Riley’s escort is Tyler Perkins, son of Josh Perkins and Sarah Wallace. Tyler works part-time at Kroger and enjoys spending quality time outdoors with “the boys.” He plans to attend MCTC to pursue a career in automotive technology and eventually run his own garage.

Taylee Melton is the daughter of Sherridan and Brian Keltner. Taylee is a member of the National Honor Society and the Student Government Association. She won the talent award in the Distinguished Young Woman competition and is a member of the worship team at Better Life church. Taylee plans to attend college to obtain a degree in one of several areas of interest. Taylee’s escort is Skyler Sammons, son of Tinnah and Todd Sammons. Skyler is a soccer player, attends Better Life church, and enjoys hanging out with his friends. He plans to attend Morehead State University.

McKenzie Mullins is the daughter of Michael and Kimberly Mullins. McKenzie enjoys working out and spending time with friends, family, and her dog, Millie Ann. She plans to attend college to pursue a career as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner. McKenzie’s escort is Matt Bailey, son of Tim and Karen Bailey. Matt is a member of the football team, and enjoys watching football and hanging out with friends. He plans to attend college to study engineering.

Delaney Ray is the daughter of Joy and Bobby Ray. Delaney has been an RCSHS cheerleader. She enjoys going to football games, spending time with her Momma Joy, and is committed to managing her Type 1 Diabetes. Delaney plans to attend the University of Kentucky. Delaney’s escort is Caleb Smith, son of Scott and Dianah Smith. Caleb loves to play guitar and football. He plans to attend college and pursue a career in law enforcement. “Oh, yeah, go big Blue!”

Treasure Wheeler is the daughter of Toni Wheeler and Adrian Allen. Treasure is a tumbler at Gym Dandy’s Gymnastics and was one of the 2020 Distinguished Young Women Fitness Scholarship winners. She loves to bake sweets. Treasure plans to attend Morehead State University to major in Biology and enter the Physical Therapy program. Treasure’s escort is Wiley Tanner, son of Leeann Akers and Shane Tanner. Wiley is a member of the football team, and enjoys playing guitar and hiking. He plans to attend Morehead State University to study engineering.

Spencer White is the daughter of Lee and Tonya White. Spencer is the Distinguished Young Woman 1st Runner Up, as well as a member of the RCSHS Track Team, and she enjoys listening to country music. Spencer plans to attend Belmont University to obtain a degree in Music Business. Spencer’s escort is Will Cox, son of Paul Cox and Jennifer Thompson. Will is a member of the RCSHS football and basketball teams, and has an interest in politics. He plans to attend college and major in Political Science.

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