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Cobb To Be Crowned Basketball Homecoming Queen

<p><strong>Hoops homecoming court</strong>. KhyLeigh Cobb (seated, center) will be crowned the 2013-2014 basketball homecoming queen Friday night before games against Dardanelle. The court of royalty includes (front, from left, Seventh Grade Maid Kasidey Thompson, Freshman Maid Erica Gray, Junior Maid Lindsey Garrett, Sophomore Maid Hannah McClung and Eighth Grade Maid Olivia Tomlin. Not pictured is Senior Maid Selena Guerrero.</p>

Hoops homecoming court. KhyLeigh Cobb (seated, center) will be crowned the 2013-2014 basketball homecoming queen Friday night before games against Dardanelle. The court of royalty includes (front, from left, Seventh Grade Maid Kasidey Thompson, Freshman Maid Erica Gray, Junior Maid Lindsey Garrett, Sophomore Maid Hannah McClung and Eighth Grade Maid Olivia Tomlin. Not pictured is Senior Maid Selena Guerrero.

The Booneville High School Basketball Homecoming activities will begin on Friday, Jan. 10 with a pep rally. The Homecoming Pep Rally will be in the high school gym at 2:15 p.m.

The Coronation will begin at 6 p.m. in Bearcat Gymnasium. The junior high Bearcats game against the Dardanelle Sand Lizards will begin at 6:30 with the senior high Bearcats game to follow.

The Royalty will be escorted by members of the senior high Bearcat Basketball Team.

The Homecoming Royalty are:

Seventh Grade Maid: Kasidey Thompson, daughter of Coach Ronnie and Missie Denton and Michael Thompson.

Eighth Grade Maid: Olivia Tomlin, daughter of Carrie Tomlin and Roy Jack Tomlin.

Freshman Maid: Erica Gray, daughter of Stacy Smith and Robert Gray.

Sophomore Maid: Hannah McClung, daughter of Kelly and Jonathon Scott and Patrick McClung.

Junior Maid: Lindsey Garrett, daughter of Troy Garrett and Kimberly Bryant.

Senior Maid: Selena Guerrero, daughter of Ronda Miller.

The BHS Basketball Homecoming Queen is KhyLeigh Cobb. KhyLeigh is the daughter of Casey and Brenda Harrel and Jason Dove.

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