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Catawba homecoming court

Catawba homecoming court
Gail Murray of Shallotte, and Kyle Hendrick of Palatka, Fla., were crowed Homecoming Queen and King for the 2011-2012 academic year during halftime of Catawba College’s Homecoming football game against Wingate University on Oct. 22.
Members of Catawba’s Homecoming Court included, from the freshman class, Mallary Clay of Lansing and Theo Shepard of Southport; from the sophomore class, Allison Andrews of Sherrills Ford and Jonathan Bufftkin of Southport; from the junior class, Whitney Corriher and Drew Laurens, both of Salisbury; and from the senior class, in addition to Miss and Mr. Catawba, were Stephanie Cook of Alpharetta, Ga., Josh Owens of Mt. Pleasant, Mackenzie Westbrook of Charlotte, Robin Tynes of Black Mountain and Richard Plummer of Thomasville,.
Miss and Mr. Catawba for the 2011-12 academic year, Sarah Devlin of Candler and Yakir Malul of Rishon Le-Zion, Israel, were on hand to crown the Homecoming Queen and King.

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