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Savannah Roy named 2017 Basketball Homecoming Queen

Homecoming draws biggest crowd seen this year at John Burr Memorial Gymnasium.
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By Wes Feese
Media Relations, Adair County Schools

The boys' team won and the girls' team lost Friday night, January 13, 2017 in a basketball doubleheader against Metcalfe County, but the night belonged to the 44 students recognized between games for the 2017 Homecoming festivities.


In front of the largest crowd John Burr Memorial Gym has seen all year, Savannah Roy, representing Boys Basketball, was crowned Basketball Homecoming Quenn. Roy, 17, is the daughter of Danny Roy and Debra Breeding. Her escort, senior point guard Jordan Lasley, is the son of Craig and Felicia Lasley.

Filling out the court were Olivia Bair and Makayla Smith, who were named first and second runner up, respectively. Bair, representing National Art Honor Society, was escorted by Erwin Ruczienski. Smith, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes' nominee, was escorted by Clint Garrison.


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Savannah Roy named 2017 Basketball Homecoming Queen



2017-01-17 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Wes Feese. 2017 Basketball Homecoming Queen Savannah Roy with her escort, Jordan Lasley.
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2017 ACHS Basketball Homecoming court



2017-01-17 - John Burr Memorial Gymnasium, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Wes Feese, Media Relations, Adair County Schools. Pictured, from left, are Erwin Ruczienski, Olivia Bair, Jordan Lasley, Savannah Roy, Clint Garrison, and Makayla Smith -- this year's Basketball Homecoming court. - Wes Feese
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