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