Auvenshine crowned MHS homecoming queen

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2022 MHS FOOTBALL ROYALTY – The McKenzie Homecoming Royalty were (from left) Kylie Reynolds, Lauren Laser, Briley Auvenshine (queen), Katie Chesser, and Lilly Sumrok. Photos by Ray Nanney.

McKenzie High School senior Briley Auvenshine was crowned 2022 football homecoming queen Friday, Sept. 2.

MHS HOMECOMING QUEEN – Briley Auvenshine.

Members of the royalty were selected through homeroom nominations and the M Club selected the court.

Auvenshine is the daughter of Brent and Brandy Auvenshine and is a four-year member of the state-champion Lady Rebel basketball team, where she earned all-district, all-region, and state tournament honors. She also is a four-year member of the MHS softball team where she was District MVP. She is a Beta Club member.

Members of her court included Katie Chesser, daughter of Jason and Samantha Chesser. She is a Beta Club member, a four-year member of the Lady Rebel basketball team, a two-year member of the Lady Rebel soccer team, where she was goalie of the year and a four-year member of the Lady Rebel softball team.

Lauren Laser is the daughter of Justin and Lori Stambaugh and Marco and Jayme Laser. She is a member of the Beta Club, FBLA, McKenzie Maniacs, Science Club, Yearbook staff and First Presbyterian Youth Group.

Kylie Reynolds, the daughter of Stephanie McClerkin, is a member of Beta Club, FCA, Science Club, Leo Club, Young Life and McKenzie Maniacs. She is a four-year member of the Lady Rebel basketball team and earned all-district honors. 

Lilly Sumrok is the daughter of Andy and Natalie Sumrok. She is a member of Beta Club, M Club, FCA, FTA, Spanish Club, Teen Health, senior leader for the Maniacs, NSHSS member and First Cumberland Presbyterian Youth Group.

Following the ceremony, McKenzie battled South Fulton, where the Rebels improved to 3-0 following a 54-6 victory (see related story).

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