Russellville football homecoming royalty crowned
By Penni Nugent

Posted on October 7, 2019 6:51 PM


Prior to the Russellville High School Homecoming game against Fulton County on Friday, Oct. 4, the 2019 Football Homecoming Prince and Princess crowned were Josh Todd and Natalie Cates, and the King and Queen crowned were Gram Humphrey and Fraley Watkins.

Queen candidates were: Fraley Watkins, daughter of Larance and Holly Watkins; Jayden Hammer, daughter of Steven and Wendy Hammer; and Austynn Holdren, daughter of Michael and Miranda Holdren. 

The King candidates were: Nathan Cates, son of Robert and Tiffany Cates; Derrick Deen, son of Reagan Deen; and Gram Humphrey, son of Shea Holloway.

The Princess and Prince candidates were: freshmen - Natalie Cates, daughter of Robert and Tiffany Cates; Jordin Morris, daughter of Fred and Shantel Morris; Jeremiah Smith, son of Joseph and Jennifer Clayton; and Jamie Steele, son of Jamie and Jennifer Steel;

sophomores - May Ouansomebath, daughter of Leon and Mouay Stallings West; Jennifer Wilkerson, daughter of Steven and Donna Wilkerson; Dustin Brown, son of Glen and Allyson Fields and of Kevin Brown; and Blaine Holley, son of Chris and Lindsey Henson;

juniors - Hannah Alford, daughter of Bruce and Amy Alford; Cassidy Farwick, daughter of Kevin and Misty Farwick; Josh McMurry, son of Lemark and Cynesha McMurray; and Josh Todd, son of Forest and Angela Todd. 

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