JCJC announces Homecoming Court 2014

Written By: Teresa McCreery
Email Address: teresa.mccreery@jcjc.edu
Date Submitted: 2014-09-26 13:52:35

ELLISVILLE–Jones County Junior College announces its 2014 Homecoming Court.  Elections were held in September and students chose the following ladies to represent them during Homecoming.

Queen: Haley Middleton of Raleigh is very busy at JCJC with her job as a resident assistant and being involved in numerous clubs on campus. She is a member of the Student Government Association, serving as a Senator, the Bobcat Brigade, Vice President of Fellowship for Phi Theta Kappa international honor society, and she is a member of JCJC’s 2014 state championship tennis team and current member of the tennis team. Middleton has earned the Letter “J” Award, and two JCJC Foundation scholarships. At Raleigh High School, Haley was also a distinguished student athlete being voted as Most Athletic by her class. She played on the varsity tennis and basketball teams all four years, earning her a JCJC Bobcat Scholarship. She earned academic basketball awards each year and received a district honorable mention. Middleton excelled to the All-District tennis team, was a District champion her junior and senior years and a 2012-3A semi-finalist for mixed doubles in tennis.  Other honors include graduating with highest honors, being the 2013 Most Beautiful at Raleigh High School, homecoming maid eleventh and twelfth grades, earning top subject awards in English IV, English III, Government and Computer Applications. Haley was also a member of the Beta Club, Student Council, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, FBLA, FFA and 4-H.

Her future plans include graduating from Jones and continuing her education at Mississippi State University as an accounting major with aspirations of working for a large company or bank. Lee and Anita Middleton are Haley’s parents.

Escorting Middleton will be Carlton Reid of Petal. The business administration major is the captain of the JCJC golf team and a member of the Student Government Association and Bobcat Brigade. The Petal High School graduate played golf, earning a JCJC scholarship and he was named to the Hattiesburg American’s All-Region Golf Team in 2013. He was also an active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 

The sophomore plans to graduate from JCJC, transfer to William Carey University with ambitions of being an insurance agent. Lance and Sherri Reid are Carlton’s parents.

Student Body Maid: Macy Rogers is majoring in sports medicine. The Lucedale native is a member of the Jones soccer team where she serves as team captain. Macy has been awarded All-State women’s soccer honors last year and played on the state and region championship team in 2013. She was recently invited to play in the MACJC All-Star Soccer game for 2014. Her high school activities include being a varsity soccer player all four years and captain her senior year, being on the cheerleading squad and winning the state championship title in 2010, she was voted Most Versatile Girl in 2013 and she won the physical fitness portion in the Distinguished Young Woman program in 2013. Rogers was voted to participate in the homecoming court her freshman, sophomore and junior years at George County High School. 

The sophomore’s plans include playing soccer, becoming a physical therapy assistant and eventually owning her own physical therapy business. Her parents are Tim and Glenda Rogers.

Escorting Rogers is Daniel Goff of Lucedale. The sports medicine major is a member of the JCJC baseball team and played on the 2013 state championship baseball team. Goff was a varsity baseball player at George County High School and was voted as Prom King and Mr. George County. His future plans include playing baseball and hopefully become an athletic trainer. His parents are John and Tammy Goff.

Sophomore Maid:Soso native, Summer DeLoach is majoring in public relations. Her JCJC activities include being the Student Government Association secretary/treasurer and a member of the Bobcat Brigade. DeLoach was active at West Jones High School as a member of the Beta Club, president of TARS, and she was on the swim team for five years. She earned academic certificates of merit, was a member of the Hall of Fame and was a Mississippi Scholar. Her future plans include earning a public relations degree from Mississippi College. Dr. Mark and Charlie DeLoach are Summer’s parents.

DeLoach’s escort is Chandler Brinson of Prentiss. The biology major was worked hard in high school as Senior Class President, yearbook editor, and president of both the Spanish Club and the Honor Society. Brinson graduated with High Honors. At JCJC, Brinson is the director of marketing for Phi Theta Kappa international honor society and he is a member of the SGA. He plans to work in the medical field following graduation from Mississippi State University.   Harper and Debbie Brinson are Chandler’s parents.

Sophomore Maid: Anna Sanfordof Seminary is an elementary education major. At JCJC, she is a member Phi Theta Kappa international honor society. She has earned JCJC Foundation and Bobcat scholarships and has made the Dean’s List honor roll. Sanford was busy at Seminary High School as a member of the yearbook staff, tennis team and various clubs. Her future plans include finishing her education at USM. She hopes to work with students with dyslexia. Anna’s parents are Cody and Jacqueline Sanford.

Sanford’s escort is Matthew Huff of Hebron. The biology major kept busy at West Jones High School as a member of the Beta Club, student council and teenage republicans while also keeping a 4.0 GPA. At JCJC, Huff is a member of the College Republicans and the SGA. Huff’s future plans include pursing his medical degree after graduating from the University of Mississippi. Jim and Samantha Huff are Matthew’s parents.

Freshman Maid:  Bailey Davis of Ellisville is a business marketing and law major. At Jones, Davis is a member of the Bobcat Brigade and the captain of the Touch of Gold dance team. The South Jones High School graduate was selected as an All-American Dancer, the captain of the Bravettes dance team and a member of the Lady Braves soccer team which earned her a spot on the First-Team All-District team in soccer and she was awarded the title of “Best Forward” her senior year. Bailey was also a senior homecoming maid and she graduated with honors and as a Mississippi Scholar. Her goals include becoming a member of the Pom Squad at Mississippi State University with aspirations of being a professional cheerleader for the Saints’ Saintsations, as she works toward a career as a sports agent or in the marketing and entertainment divisions for the NFL. Her parents are Steve and Lora Davis.

Davis’ escort is Jake Sumrall from Soso.  The economics major is busy at Jones as a member of the Bobcat Brigade and plays intramural football.  The West Jones High School graduate was a member of the mustang football team, FCA and Teenage Republicans. Sumrall graduated with Honors and was the recipient of the 18 Club Award.  His future plans include continuing his education at Mississippi State University to pursue a degree in economics and earn his MBA, with plans to become an investment banker. John and Joey Sumrall are Jake’s parents. 

Freshman Maid: Kaylie Flynt is undecided on her major. The Ellisville native was busy at South Jones High School as a member of the Bravettes dance team, cheerleading, Key Club, Beta Club, Future Leaders of Jones County, show choir, diamond girl, and was honored with inclusion into the South Jones Hall of Fame. At JCJC, Kaylie is a member of the Bobcat Brigade and works in the Office of Recruitment. Her future plans include graduating from JCJC and transferring to a University. Scott and Sandi Flynt are Kaylie’s parents.

Kaylie’s escort is Austin Perkins from Ellisville. The music education major is a member of the JCJC Concert Choir, Jones OnStage and theater. He was also involved in show choir and drama at South Jones High School. Perkins’ future plans include earning his degree and transferring to USM.   Marlana and Grant Hedgepeth are Austin’s parents.

The JCJC Homecoming court will also have represented as the flower girl, Jaycee Elizabeth Holifield of Moss. The seven-year old is in second grade at Stringer Attendance Center and is the daughter of Dusty and Christy Holifield. Will Hampton is a second grader at Petal Primary School and will serve as crown bearer for the 2014 Homecoming Court. The seven-year old is the son of Sandy and Vicki Hampton. 




 

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