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Students Elected to Homecoming Court

HUNTINGDON COLLEGE

News Release

November 3, 2022
For more information, contact:
Su Ofe, (334) 833-4515; news@hawks.huntingdon.edu

Students Elected to Homecoming Court

Montgomery, Ala.—The Huntingdon College student body elected 25 student representatives to the 2022 Homecoming Court, who will be presented during half-time of today’s Homecoming football game as the Hawks host Greensboro College. Four representatives from each class were elected by their class peers (ties resulted in five first-year women and six women and six men from the senior class being named to the court). The Homecoming Queen and Mr. Huntingdon, voted upon by the entire student body, will be announced at the close of the court presentation.

The following students are members of the 2022 Homecoming Court:

First-Year Women

  • Trinity Anderson, Toomsuba, Miss.
  • Shay Brown, Madison, Ga.
  • Hannah DeVaughn, Holtville, Ala.
  • Delana Green, Geneva, Ala.
  • Alex Hall, Hartford, Ala.

Sophomore Women

  • Cassidy Campbell, Hanceville, Ala.
  • Ariel Dixon, Saraland, Ala.
  • Zhee Oliver, Louisville, Ala
  • Katie Wade, Phenix City, Ala.

Junior Women

  • Natalie Harris, Phenix City, Ala.
  • Addie Jacobs, Opp, Ala.
  • Bailee Smith, Prattville, Ala.
  • Emma Jo Thomas, Greenville, Ala.

Senior Men (candidates for the Mr. Huntingdon title):

Landon Cotney, son of Sherry Kosier and Steve Cotney of Alexander City, Ala., is a sport management major. He serves as quarterback for the Hawks football team and a member of the Outdoors Club. He will be escorted by his mother.

Innes Mackay, son of Suzanne and John Mackay of Washington, D.C., is a sport management major. He serves as the director of public relations for the Student Government Association and the baseball representative to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. He will be escorted by his favorite professor, Dr. Sara Shoffner, chair of the Department of Sport Science and Physical Education.

Sam Page, son of Karen and Steve Page of Rocky Mount, N.C., is a biochemistry major with a minor in psychology. He serves as president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and as a justice on the Judicial Board. He will be escorted by his mother.

Casey Peppers, son of Donna and Randy Peppers of Panama City Beach, Fla., is a sport management major with a minor in business administration. He is a Hawks Football team captain and a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. He will be escorted by his mother.

Kale Smith, son of Natalie and Kelsey Smith of Huntsville, Ala., is a chemistry major with a minor in mathematics. He serves as Speaker of the Senate for the Student Government Association and a Presidential Fellow on the Academic Mentoring Team. He will be escorted by his mother.

Hunter Warr, son of Ann and Danny Warr of Marbury, Ala., is a cell biology/pre-health major with a minor in psychology. He serves as vice president of the Student Government Association and is a Presidential Fellow on the Pre-Health Team. He will be escorted by his mother.

Senior Women (Homecoming Queen candidates)

Erin Cembrale of Oyster Bay, N.Y. is unable to be at today’s ceremony. She will be away with the women’s soccer team for their conference tournament quarterfinals. She is a biology major and represented the United States on the U.S. Deaf Soccer Women’s National Team in Brazil last spring, for which she won a gold medal. Erin is the daughter of Lynn Cembrale.

Emma Cox, daughter of Kristy and Bill Cox of Dothan, Ala., is an exercise science major with a minor in psychology. She serves as vice president of her sorority, Chi Omega, and captain of the women’s golf team. She will be escorted today by her father.

Abrianna (A.B.) Davis, daughter of Mikeeba Hightower and Effon Davis of Birmingham, Ala., is an accounting major with a minor in psychology. She serves as president of the Black Student Union and secretary of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. She will be escorted by her father.

Caroline Elliot, daughter of Heidi and Tom Elliot of Spanish Fort, Ala., is a digital art major. She is a member of the Gamma Sigma Alpha Honor Society and Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She will be escorted by her father.

Natalie Ritchey, daughter of Lisa and Kevin Ritchey of Sylacauga, Ala., is a business administration major. She is a member of College Republicans and will play softball in Europe next year. She will be escorted by her father.

Macie Wilson, daughter of Kelly and Steve Wilson of Montgomery, Ala., is an elementary education/collaborative special education major. She serves as president of her sorority, Phi Mu, and a senator for the Student Government Association. She will be escorted by her father.

The Homecoming Queen and Mr. Huntingdon will be crowned by Huntingdon President J. Cameron West; the 2021 Homecoming Queen, Lydia Lewis; and the 2021–2022 Mr. Huntingdon, Cameron Nicely.

Huntingdon College, founded in 1854, continues a legacy of faith, wisdom, and service through a liberal arts academic tradition grounded in the Judeo-Christian heritage of the United Methodist Church.

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Suellen (Su) Ofe

Suellen (Su) Ofe

Vice President
for Marketing and Communications
(334) 833-4515 | news@hawks.huntingdon.edu

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