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Bass crowned 2021 Gentry homecoming queen

by Randy Moll | October 5, 2021 at 1:10 p.m.
Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Gentry homecoming queen Cora Bass, homecoming captains Isaiah Freeman and Garrison Jackson, and kindergarten mascots Eli Napier, Eva Teresa Still and Westyn Kase Arthur Nance pose for a photo during homecoming ceremonies in Pioneer Stadium at Gentry High School on Friday night.

GENTRY -- Six Gentry seniors were vying for the title of 2021 homecoming queen on Friday, but the honor went to Cora Bass, who was crowned during special ceremonies prior to the beginning of the Gentry homecoming football game against Berryville on Friday night.

Other seniors contending for the honor included Berlin Beck, Lauren Gatlin, Maci Hubbard, Georgia Lashley and Ambry Smith.

The homecoming captains for 2021 were Isaiah Freeman and Garrison Jackson. They, with the help of Emma Anderson, last year's homecoming queen, presented Bass with flowers, a crown and a royal robe.

Other escorts included Dillion Owens, Eduardo Galvin, Dominique Bouyer, Braedan Warren, Ethan Gifford, Jordan Trammell, Lucas Miller, Dalton Tuttle, Antonio Hernandez, Zachary Gunneman, Ethan Evans, William Pyburn, Adam Summers, Lucas Guinn, Bryson Walker, Jonathon Corter, Jonah Summers, Colton Whitely and Aiden Whitehead.

Kindergarten mascots were Eva Teresa Still, Eli Napier and Westyn Kase Arthur Nance.

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Gentry's homecoming queen, Cora Bass, was kissed by homecoming captains Isaiah Freeman and Garrison Jackson during ceremonies in Pioneer Stadium at Gentry High School on Friday night.
Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Gentry's homecoming queen, Cora Bass, was kissed by homecoming captains Isaiah Freeman and Garrison Jackson during ceremonies in Pioneer Stadium at Gentry High School on Friday night.
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Gentry homecoming king Garrison Jackson places the royal robe on Gentry's homecoming queen, Cora Bass, during ceremonies in Pioneer Stadium on Friday night.
Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Gentry homecoming king Garrison Jackson places the royal robe on Gentry's homecoming queen, Cora Bass, during ceremonies in Pioneer Stadium on Friday night.
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Gentry senior Cora Bass was crowned homecoming queen at ceremonies in Pioneer Stadium on Friday night.
Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Gentry senior Cora Bass was crowned homecoming queen at ceremonies in Pioneer Stadium on Friday night.
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Gentry senior Maci Hubbard was escorted by senior Bryson Walker and junior Jonathon Corter.
Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Gentry senior Maci Hubbard was escorted by senior Bryson Walker and junior Jonathon Corter.
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Gentry senior Lauren Gatlin was escorted by seniors Adam Summers and Lucas Guinn.
Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Gentry senior Lauren Gatlin was escorted by seniors Adam Summers and Lucas Guinn.
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Gentry senior Berlin Beck was escorted by seniors Ethan Evans and William Pyburn.
Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Gentry senior Berlin Beck was escorted by seniors Ethan Evans and William Pyburn.
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Gentry senior Cora Bass was escorted by seniors Antonio Hernandez and Zachary Gunneman.
Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Gentry senior Cora Bass was escorted by seniors Antonio Hernandez and Zachary Gunneman.
Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL
Gentry senior Georgia Lashley was escorted by senior Jonah Summers and junior Colton Whitely.
Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Gentry senior Georgia Lashley was escorted by senior Jonah Summers and junior Colton Whitely.
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Gentry senior Ambry Smith was escorted by seniors Garrison Jackson and Aiden Whitehead.
Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Gentry senior Ambry Smith was escorted by seniors Garrison Jackson and Aiden Whitehead.

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