TCHS Homecoming 2017- Brooke Morris and Mikenna Salem take the crowns

TCHS Princess Mikenna Salem and TCHS Queen Brooke Morris

Senior Brooke Morris and freshman Mikenna Salem were voted by the student body the 2017 Homecoming Queen and Princess at halftime of the Toombs County versus Bacon County game at Booster Stadium on September 22.

Pictures by J.D. Rogers

Mikenna Salem hears her named called
Brooke Morris finds out she is the homecoming queen

Morris, the queen, and Mikenna, the princess, are both competition and spirit cheerleaders. Brooke, the daughter of Rodney and Melinda Morris, is on the FCA Leadership Team, the TCHS Student Council, the literary team, the Meadows Regional Medical Center Youth Advisory Team, the Toombs/Montgomery Youth Leadership Team and she is taking both high school and college courses.

2016 TCHS Homecoming Queen Katherine Domingo
Leezett Castro and brother J.C.
Mikenna Salem and her father Rodney
Sarah Kelley and her father Everet
Baileigh Lowery and her brother Jeidon
Aaliyah Spikes and her step father Mickey
Divoria Gaffney and her brother
Shanne Fitzgerald and her father Brian
Kassidy Matthews and her father Deon
Carlie Morgan and her father Alan
Reagan Benton and her brother
Casandra Castro and her father J.C.
Emily Conner and her father Johnny Mac
Lauren Floyd and her father James
Brooke Morris and her father Phillip