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Homecoming

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Newnan High School Homecoming Queen Haven Crump and Homecoming King Hunter Bishop

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Northgate High School Homecoming Queen Emma Robertson and Homecoming King Jake Carson

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Trinity Christian School Homecoming Queen Jordan Gregg and Homecoming King Sean Davis

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Heritage School Homecoming Queen Tricia Underwood

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East Coweta Homecoming Queen Emily Prosser


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PHOTOS BY SHANNON WOODS

Junior representatives Natasha Barrett, Destiny Benning, Jordyn Colson and Aaliyah Phillips.

Senior representatives Kourtnie Harris, London Fowler, Makayla Dorsey, Kelley Lynch, Rebecca Ghyzel and Emily Prosser.

Senior representatives Avery Brook, Ryan Dyal, Rafael Bermudez, Homecoming King Caleb Smathers, Deangelo Evans and Jaylen Friday.

Freshman representatives Tori Willis-Jennings and Lailia Strickland

Sophomore representatives Trey Jones, Kaleb Gardner and JerMarkus Jacobs.

Sophomore representatives Leah Chambers, Abby Tew and Lily Jones.

Junior representatives Malik Bush, Logan Frady, Daniel Kupfer and Piercston Colton.

Freshman representative Denver Watson.


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The Heritage School’s 2018 Homecoming court included, from left, freshman Ella Thornton, sophomore Faye Decker, junior Claire Howard, senior Katie Valladares, senior Frances Powell, senior Adria Pierce, senior Tricia Underwood, junior Emily Walker, sophomore Maggie Rivers and freshman Maddie Pardue.

Wright Arnall received the Infinity Award, given by the Henson family in memory of their son, Tyler, who played football for the Hawks. The football team chooses the teammate that best reflects the positive way Tyler lived his life, and Arnall was honored by wearing #8, Tyler's retired jersey.

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PHOTOS BY ANTHONY J. ORESTEEN

Newnan senior representatives front, from left, Haven Crump, Caroline Headley, Patricia Moss, Ashleigh Smitherman, Jenna Stover, Romina Subia, Madisyn Ware and Elizabeth Woodham; back, Hunter Bishop, Ricky Boozer, Patrick Boren, Logan Hudson, Lyle Johnston, Thomas Roberts, Woody Waters and Elijah Williams.

Freshman representative Aaliyah Wood. (Not pictured, Jakia Stargell)

Newnan junior representatives Miya Bleth, Haleigh Green, Callie Hand, Emma McGuffey, Precious Walker and Morgan Wingard.

Sophomore representatives Daeja Hinton, Eunice Jimenez, Hannah Neely and Tamar Wood.


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Newnan Men's Warehouse Manager Matthew Karcz poses with the male Homecoming Court. From left are front, Karca, King Jake Carson, Michael Corbitt and Antavius Lee; back, Trinity Thompson, Austin Bomar, Anthony Jones, Wyatt Huckabee, William Sachs, Bryan Bordeaux, Conner Mask, Julian Bryant, Grant Klone, MJ Moore, Logan Matthews, Jake Queen, Christian Dyer, Tanner Hughes, Zachary Barberio, Charles Dewey and Landon Usher. PHOTOS BY CHRIS MARTIN

Senior representatives Emma Ballew, Ashlyn Carney, Courtney Dimperio, Payton Gaston, Erin Hutton, Alaurea Page, Emma Robertson and Alyson Scruggs.

Sophomore representatives Jayda Collins, Savannah Gordon, Jaylin Patterson, Jordyn Patterson and Brianna Whipple.

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Junior representatives Callie DuBose, Reese Sevigny, Macy Woodruff, Alexis Whiddon, Aaliyah King and Talin Barrett.

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Senior representatives Jordan Gregg, Maddie Smith, Claire Geerlings, Anslee Camp, Kelly Fourman and Destini De La Cruz.

Male representatives Chasel Fong, Alex Walling, Ethan Aldridge, Camron Hellgeth, Sean Davis and Nate Stanley.

Junior representatives Sydney Mattsen, Kendall Patterson and Claire Carson.

Trinity School cheerleaders participate in the school’s a pre-game parade.

Freshman representative Rachel Gregg and sophomore representative Sofia Varela.

Clint Karr (’10) visits the alumni tent along with his wife, Elizabeth, and their daughter Ellis. Karr scored the first touchdown ever for Trinity as a middleschooler, before the school fielded a high school team.

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