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  • EHS students select homecoming candidates

  • El Dorado High School announced its 2013 Fall homecoming king and queen candidates.
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  • El Dorado High School announced its 2013 Fall homecoming king and queen candidates.
    Queen candidates include: Emily Harper, Kelcie Gregg, Lakyn Anders, Faith Hadley and Logan Morrow.
    Harper is the daughter of Alan and Tammy Harper. She has been involved in volleyball four years, KAY one year and managed softball one year. She hopes people will remember her for trying to treat people with respect and kindness. After graduating she plans to attend Butler Community College then go on to receive her bachelor in nursing.
    Gregg is the daughter of Brad and Jenni Gregg. She has been involved in volleyball four years, basketball manager four years, dance two years, track four years and StuCo four years. She hopes people remember her for her inclination to help people and her work ethic. She hasn't decided on her future plans yet, but has an interest in interior design.
    Anders is the daughter of Mark Anders and Michelle Daniels. She has been involved in KAY two years, StuCo three years, volleyball three years, track four years and cheerleading two years. She hopes people remember her for always having the drive to succeed in whatever she does. After high school, she plans to attend Butler for two years then decide what she wants to do in the future.
    Hadley is the daughter of Matthew and Joanna Hadley. She has been involved in drama four years, StuCo four years, cross country four years, track two years, National Honor Society two years and Encore two years. She hopes people remember her for her positive and crazy attitude. She plans to attend Butler and major in early childhood development.
    Morrow is the daughter of Brian and Jill Morrow. She has been involved in volleyball four years and softball three years. She hopes to be remembered as a fun and outgoing person who was a hard worker. After high school she plans to attend Cowley Community College.
    King candidates include: Andrew Campos, Sutter Woodman, Travis House, Isaac Johnson and Matthew Harvey.
    Campos is the son of Tim Campos. He has been involved in football four years and basketball one year. He hopes people remember him for being the "Big Man" of the school and a gorilla in the weight room.
    Woodman is the son of Patrick Woodman and Amy Petersen. He has been involved in drumline four years and jazz band two years. He wants to be remembered for his sense of humor and being odd. After high school he plans to attend Butler to major in music.
    House is the son of Kevin and Laura House. He has been involved in football four years, basketball four years, golf four years, track three years, StuCo four years, band four years, KAY one year and National Honor Society one year. He wants to be remembered for his dedication to be the best he could be in the classroom and on the field and someone kids in the community could look up to. He plans to attend college and play a sport.
    Page 2 of 2 - Johnson is the son of Sherry Bilson and Warren Johnson. He has been involved in football four years, basketball four years, track four years and golf three years. He wants to be remembered as a good friend and for his personality. He is considering attending Butler or the University of Kansas to pursue a degree in petroleum engineering.
    Harvey is the son of Christy and Miles Harvey. He has been involved in track three years, football four years, Junior Ambassadors four years, National Honor Society one year, band one year and wrestling one year. He wants to be remembered for working had to achieve his goals and trying to lead by example. He is considering attending Butler or Kansas State University to pursue a career in milling sciences.
    The king and queen will be announced during half time of the football game Friday evening against Winfield. A Booster Club tailgate will be held before the game starting at 5:30 p.m.
    In addition, Friday afternoon will be the homecoming parade at 2 p.m. downtown.

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