SGA selects Homecoming Court

Warrior Royalty

SGA’s Homecoming Court is pictured above, from left to right, standing: Faith Dowdy, Kamryn Carver, Kate McGill Hattway and
Abbygail Brooks; seated: Karlie Bridges, Laney Hall, Abbie Earnest and Ash Phillips

Southwest Georgia Academy students have selected their representatives  for the 2018-2019 Homecoming Court.  Presentation of the Court will take place  at  6:30 p.m. October 5,  prior to the start of the game.  The girls will be escorted by their fathers.  The announcement and crowning of the queen will take place during halftime.  The queen will be crowned and  saluted at that time by the Senior members of the football team.

The Senior class will have four representatives on the court because of a tie in the voting. The queen will be chosen from this group.  The first Senior representative is Karlie Marie Bridges, daughter of Taylor and Tina Bridges of Blakely.

The second representative  is
Abbie Elizabeth Earnest, the daughter of Craig and Kem Earnest of Donalsonville.

The third of the representatives is Ashlee Grace Phillips, daughter of Don and Gina Phillips of Blakely.

The last of the Senior representatives is Laney McLeod Hall, daughter of Christy and Kevin Hall of Colquitt..

Two girls will be representing the Junior class:  Abbygail Taylor Brooks, daughter of Chad and Lea Brooks  of Edison and Alana Faith Dowdy, daughter of Chris and Stacie Dowdy of Colquitt and Leslie Solderich of  Jesup, Georgia .

Representing the Sophomore class will be  Katherine McGill Hattaway, daughter of Sam and Leslie Hattaway of Blakely.

The Freshman representative is Kamryn Camille Carver, daughter of Jim and Lynn Carver of Blakely.

The Homecoming Dance will be held in the SGA Cafeteria and will begin 30 minutes after the Warriors’ ballgame ends on Friday night,
October 5.

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