Central suffers losses for homecoming
Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School’s basketball players, managers, cheerleaders, and members of this year’s basketball homecoming court were all honored during pregame ceremonies on Feb. 10.
Receiving the crown as homecoming queen was senior Faith Pearson, daughter of Jennethia Pearson.
A four-year percussionist in the CHS Band and a member of the Beta, Drama, and Health Clubs, Faith was escorted by Cameron Lowe, son of Ashley and Chris Lowe.
Other members of the homecoming court included:
•1st Maid: Leslie Allen, daughter of Myron Allen and Missy Medlin, escorted by Gavin Johnson, son of Alicia Johnson and Amon Miller.
•2nd Maid: Kaitlin Moudy, daughter of Kevin Moudy, escorted by Caleb Haskins, son of Johney and Bethany Coleman.
•3rd Maid: Tammy Sanchez, daughter of Pamela and Neftali Sanchez, escorted by Joselito Santiago, son of Joe and Amanda Santiago, and Dakota Glover, son of Tracy and Elvis Glover.
•4th Maid: Page Braasch, daughter of John and Mary Braasch, escorted by Malakhi Guthrie, son of Mandy Salazar.
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The Central Tigers and Lady Tigers both suffered homecoming losses against Perry County on Feb. 10 with the Lady Tigers falling 54-22 in the first game and the Tigers falling 80-41 in the nightcap.
Keely Williams led the Lady Tigers with eight points, followed by Taleigha Woodley with four, Olivia Scott and Makala Bass with three apiece, and Alyna Foster and Kelsea Maness with two each. Jayln Monroe was out front for Perry County with 12 points.
The Tigers were led by Caleb Haskins with 16 points, followed by Tate Crews with nine, Owen Crocker with seven, Cameron Lowe with four, Bryce Frye with three, and Malakhi Guthrie with two. Gunner Bradford was Perry County’s and the game’s top scorer with 19 points.