Cardington Court selected for Winter Sports Night
By Evelyn Long -
A new king and queen will be crowned when Cardington-Lincoln High School conducts its annual Winter Sports Night ceremonies on Saturday, January 26, in the Murphy Gymnasium. The event will take place at approximately 7:15 pm or between the junior varsity and varsity basketball games played with visiting Buckeye Valley.
Crowning the new king and queen will be the 2012 king and queen Daron Landon and Morgan Beveridge.
Vying for queen are Chesney Jenkins, Kailee Munday and Sydney Sites, all seniors.
King candidates are seniors Peyton Barnett, Andy Dever and Barry Johnston. Court attendants are Allysen Smith, junior; Brooke Snyder, sophomore and Hayden Hursey, freshman.
Junior court attendants are first grade students Ana Morales, (Mrs. Volks’ class), daughter of Amando and Kathy Morales; Sarah Perry (Mrs. Gardner’s class) daughter of Greg and Susan Perry and AJ Hall (Mrs. Deems’ class) son of Mike and Katie Hall.
All of the candidates and court members are active in their school and community.
Jenkins, 17, is the daughter of Rod Jenkins and the late Annette Byrd. She is active with All Star Cheerleading, and gymnastics. She is a four year member of the FFA program and runs track. Her hobbies include tumbling, taking creative photos, drawing and painting. She will be escorted by Peyton Barnett.
Munday, 17, is the daughter of Robin and Butch Munday. She is active with FCCLA and is on the yearbook staff. Her honors include the honor and merit rolls and she enjoys working, saving money for college and hanging out with her friends. She also enjoys technology. Her escort will be Barry Johnston Sites, 17, daughter of Lisa Rees and Mark Sites, has been a cheerleader (3yrs); ran track (2 years); played volleyball (4yrs) is a four member of the FFA; on the yearbook staff two years; Prom Committee, Safety council (1 year each); in the French Club (2 years); Student council (2 years) and she loves to volunteer at the Faridean Nursing home. Her honors and awards include being named most improved, honorable mention; and the Pirate Hustle and senior award in volleyball
She also was judged to have the best attitude and best showmanship at Cheer Camp. She was named junior attendant at Winter Sports Night. 2012.
Her hobbies include hunting, fishing, riding quads, hanging with niece, Avaleigh and the rest of her family and hanging with her best friend, Kelsee. She will be escorted by Andy Dever.
Hursey, 15, is the freshman attendant and the daughter of Mila Trowbridge and Jason Hursey. She is active with volleyball, track, basketball cheer and plays the piano. Her honors include achieving awards in Social Studies and GTT. She has earned two athletic awards: Volleyball and basketball (Most Improved). She likes to hang out with her amazing friends along with sports and being with her family She will be escorted by Devin Fridley son of Tabatha and Kevin Fridley.
Sophomore attendant Snyder, 17, is the daughter of Tara and David Snyder. She is active with FFA, softball and her work. She has helped to win the county championship twice and second place in championship for travel ball. She enjoys playing softball and hanging with her friends. She will be escorted by Thomas Jordan, son of Jeff and Cindy Jordan.
Junior attendant Smith, 17, is the daughter of Philip and Rebecca Smith. Her activities include band, Spanish Club, Big Buddies and basketball. She likes to watch movies and listen to music. She will be escorted by Garrett Rowe.
King candidate Barnett, 18, is the son of Dale and Marty Barnett. He will escort Chesney Jenkins.
An FFA member four years, he is a three year letter winner in football; one year letter winner in both basketball and baseball and has received his Greenhand and Chapter degree in FFA. He was a Scout team player of the year and Most Improved in football and was the basketball team captain. His hobbies include fishing, hanging out with friends and spending time with his girlfriend, Cory Dever, 18, is the son of Kevin and Netta Dever. He will escort Sydney Sites.
He has been active in baseball, football and the FFA. He is a member of the school Spirit Club. His honors include being named honorable mention all-MOAC and all district and second team all MOAC and MOAC Champs twice (baseball); named first team All-MOAC twice and honorable mention All-District and first team all-district in football. He has earned his chapter and greenhand degrees in FFA and was named student of the year. His hobbies include long walks on the beach, sports, hanging with his friends, working out, camping and hanging out by the fire.
Johnston,17, is the son of Barry Johnston and Justina Arrett. He will escort Kali Munday.
He has played golf and is a one year letter winner and played basketball three years. He belonged to the Spanish Club and is a member of the National Honor Society. He was captain of the basketball team one year and has earned honors on the honor roll and merit roll. His hobbies include riding quads, fishing, and hanging out with his friends and his girlfriend.
Following the game, a dance will held in the cafeteria. Sponsored by the Spirit Club, admission is $4 a person. DJ will be Ron Choina.
Winter Sports Night ceremonies are sponsored and organized by the student council, Jada Urquhart, advisor.