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story.lead_photo.caption Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Ethan Hammond and Hannah Boss, Gentry seniors, were crowned basketball homecoming king and queen at special ceremonies at Gentry High School on Friday night (Dec. 1, 2017).

— Hannah Boss was crowned basketball homecoming queen and Ethan Hammond was crowned homecoming king during coronation ceremonies Friday night at Gentry High School which preceded the varsity basketball games.

Other homecoming queen candidates included senior maids Kya DeZurik, Chastery Fuamatu and Haley Hays.

The court also included cheerleaders Nicole Guntharp, Falyn Cordeiro, Whitly Cochran, Danielle Spencer, Hannah Bennett, Brookley Trammell, Abby Asencio, Alexis Droddy, Lauren Fowler and Lexi Fowler; class maids Madison Boyd, Katie Ellis, Kinley Hays, Raegan Jude, Kyleigh McBride, Ariel Nix, Meledy Owens, Ahrya Reding, Madison Stanfill, Heidi Vinson, Mandy Barber, Kakayla Case, Jaydon Jarnagan and Madison Ward; escorts Bryant Rector, Christian Waddell, Brett Hester, Justin Hite, Jamon Mathis, Charlie Reams, Brian Magana, Casey Bates, Blake Wilkinson, Hunter Mills, Max Moua, Garrett Brown, Luke Fox, Jackson Bolinger, Gavin Taylor, Jon Faulkenberry, Logan Linton, Zahid Arroyo, Dylan Kilgore, Daniel Thao and Auvan Vang; and mascots Sophia Tevebaugh and Dakota Acuff.

After the maids and their escorts were announced and took their places on the basketball court, Ethan Hammond was crowned king (though the crown fit a little loosely) and presented with a signed basketball.

And finally, Hannah Boss was announced as the 2017 basketball homecoming queen. She was adorned with a crown and royal robe and received the ceremonial kiss from King Hammond, as well as a signed basketball, before basketball action began in the gym.

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Community on 12/06/2017

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