Calhoun celebrates homecoming

Published 8:41 am Saturday, October 15, 2016

Friday night saw a large crowd of fans and tailgaters for Calhoun’s Homecoming 2016.

The homecoming court included First Attendant to Miss Freshman, Quenterria Washington; Miss Freshman, Shameria Thigpen;  First Attendant to Miss Sophomore, Carjala McCall; Miss Sophomore, Megan Smith; Mr. Sophomore, Don’Tavious Thigpen;  First Attendant to Miss Calhoun, Tatyanni Coleman, escorted by her mother, Janie Simpson; Miss Calhoun, ; Kiara Nicole Aaron; Mr. Calhoun, Gnald Sharpe; Second Attendant to Miss Homecoming, Aquanta Thigpen, escorted by her father, Shawn Hale; First Attendant to Miss Homecoming, Taylor Smith, escorted by her father, Nakia Smith; Miss Homecoming, Victoria Morgan; Mr. Homecoming, LeDarius Maull; Fourth Attendant to Miss Junior, De’Andrea Truitt; Third Attendant to Miss Junior, Kimdasia McMeans; Second Attendant to Miss Junior, Arianna Armstrong; First Attendant to Miss Junior, Nicondra Benion;  First Attendant to Mr. Junior, Samitirus Jordan; Miss Junior, Shykeria Fleeton; Mr. Junior, Lorenzen Jones; First Attendant to Miss Senior, Aerika Ray; and Miss Senior, Amber Ford.

Miss Homecoming, Victoria Morgan is the daughter of Nakeita and Bernard Morgan. She is a member of First Missionary Baptist Church in Lowndesboro where the Rev. Willie D. Lewis is pastor and she is a member of the choir.

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She is captain of the Danciing Princettes, a member of the Calhoun Cheerleaders, softball team and JROTC Battalion Executive Officer.

She is a member of the Army National Guard and after graduating plans to continue her military career, attend Alabama State University and become a forensic scientist.

Mr. Homecoming LeDarius Maull-Byrd, as he likes to be called, is the son of Felicia Brown.

He is a member of Frienship Missionary Baptist Church where the Rev. Otis Smith is pastor. He is a member of the Calhoun football team, baseball team and varsity boys basketball team.

After graduating he plans to attend Troy University to major in criminal justice.

Miss Calhoun Kiara Nicole Aaron is the daughter of Gwendolyn Aaron and Willis Webster.  She is a member of Baptist Hill Missionary Baptist Church  where the Rev. LL Brown Jr. is pastor.

She is president of the senior class, chief to the Tiger Ambassadors, a member of the drill tream, Math Club, National Beta Club and colorguard.

After graduating she plans to go into the Air Force and attend the University of Alabama in Birmingham to major in biomechanical engineering with a concentration in pre-med.

Mr. Calhoun, Gnald Sharpe is the son of Reginald and Melissa Sharpe. He is a member of Mt. Zion AME Zion Church where the Rev. Harold ONeal Simpson is pastor.

He is a member of the Calhoun football team and baseball team. After graduating he plans to attend the University of South Alabama to major in chemical engineering.