Features
October 16, 2014 Issue
GCCS Homecoming Oct. 17


Special Report

Glascock County Consolidated School Panthers will hold Homecoming on Friday, Oct. 17, during halftime of the Panther football game against the Crawford County Eagles.

The first freshman candidate is Courtney Taylor Benkoski. Benkoski is the daughter of Danny and Pat Benkoski.

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The second freshman candidate is Logan Maddox Edwards. Edwards is the daughter of Steven and Kelly Usry and Trey and Karin Edwards.

The final freshman candidate is Gracie Joyce Hutcheson. Hutcheson is the daughter of Jason and Tiffany Reese and Jason and Donna Hutcheson.

The first sophomore candidate is Tara Elizabeth Downs. Downs is the daughter of H.T. and Jennifer Downs.

The second sophomore candidate is Alyssa Leeann Fain. Fain is the daughter of Kevin and Shanon Fain.

The final sophomore candidate is Samantha Riley Smith. Smith is the daughter of Michael and Jenny Smith.

The first junior candidate is Keri Ann Cantrell. Cantrell is the daughter of Danny and Ann Cantrell.

The second junior candidate is Carleigh Morgan Guill. Guill is the daughter of Carl and Michele Guill.

The final junior candidate is Christen Bailey Logue. Logue is the daughter of Chris and Allison Logue and Jennifer Kitchens.

The first senior candidate is Kayla Alexis Adams. Adams is the daughter of Brian and Angie Adams. She was voted Best Dressed Senior and Who’s Who at GCCS. She is a member of the BETA Club, FFA, National Honor Society, the Panther Yearbook staff and cheerleading squad. Adams plans to attend college and pursue a career in the nursing field.

The second senior candidate is Kayla Reid Harrell. Harrell is the daughter of Charles and Angie Harrell. She was voted Best All-Around Senior and Who’s Who at GCCS. She is a member of the BETA Club and National Honor Society. Harrell plans to attend Georgia Southern University and become a radiology technician.

The third senior candidate is Alexis Faith Haywood. Haywood is the daughter of Jimmy and Lisa Haywood. She was voted Most Intellectual and Best Smile by her classmates. Haywood is a member of the FBLA, FFA, BETA Club and National Honor Society. She plans to attend college and become a neonatal nurse.

The fourth senior candidate is Amanda Renee Sammons. Sammons is the daughter of Jarrel and Karen Sammons. She was voted Most Reliable Senior by her classmates. She is a member of the FFA and FBLA. Sammons is currently in the dual enrollment program and attends Oconee Fall Line Technical College. She wants to pursue a career in nursing.

The final senior candidate is Morgan Leigh Stephens. Stephens is the daughter of James and Kristie Stephens. She was voted Most Athletic Senior, Who’s Who at GCCS and Miss GCCS. She is the senior class treasurer and president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She is a member of the softball and basketball teams, FFA, FCA and FBLA. Stephens is a member of Fellowship Baptist Church. She plans to attend Georgia College and State University to pursue a career in elementary education.




 


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