Officials crown Homecoming royalty

By Amanda Alfanos, Editor-in-Chief

Officials crowned Kevin Keeling and Amanda Johnson as students’ 2010 Homecoming royalty.

Kevin Keeling, Kappa Sigma fraternity representative, and Amanda Johnson, Gamma Phi Beta sorority representative, were crowned Homecoming king and queen. There were seven members of Homecoming court this year.

The winners were crowned during halftime today at the OCU vs. Ozark Christian (Mo.) game. The royalty were the first to be crowned by President Robert Henry and the first lady Jan Ralls Henry. Keeling was the 7th consecutive Kappa Sigma member to become Homecoming king.

Keeling, Homecoming King and acting junior, represented Kappa Sigma fraternity. Johnson, Homecoming Queen and dance performance senior, represented Gamma Phi Beta Sorority.

Other Homecoming candidates were:
Maria Perez representing Hispanic Student Association; Sarah Jensen, representing Alpha Phi sorority; Kayla Masnek, representing Alpha Chi Omega sorority; Lyonel Reneau, representing Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, and Shamari Reed, representing Black Student Association.

Students were able to nominate a male and female royalty candidate beginning Oct. 27 at OCU’s involved website.

1 comments
Kenna
Kenna

I love that you had this story up so quickly. I really wish it had a photo since I don't think I know these students :(

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