Saturday, February 4, 2012

Crittenden wins two for homecoming, hall of fame

Crittenden County's basketball homecoming court is pictured from left sophomores Taylor Champion and Magan Sunderland, seniors Mark Farmer and Jessica Tinsley, 2011 King and Queen Terry Werne and Talaney Werne, 2012 King Keaton Shewcraft and Queen Emily Bruns, seniors Brody Bruns and Mary Mattingly, juniors Dustin Roberts and Davana Head and freshmen Noah Dickerson and Kyla Moss. The flower girl and crown bearer were Leauna West and Colton Gilland.

Chad Perryman and Vanessa Gray were surrounded by family, friends
and hall of fame organizers as they accepted induction into the
Famers Bank Marion-Crittenden County Athletic Hall of Fame.
Crittenden County's boys and girls basketball team won their first doubleheader since the season opener, and it came with perfect timing Friday as the Rockets hosted its annual homecoming celebration, the hall of fame induction and senior night.

The Rockets beat Fort Campbell 67-53 and the Lady Rockets knocked of Dawson Springs for the second time this season by a score of 53-45.

Senior Emily Bruns was crowned queen for the event and classmate Keaton Shewcraft was king. The Famers Bank Marion-Crittenden County Hall of Fame inducted Chad Perryman (Class of 1994) and Vanessa Gray (Class of 1984).

Also, senior Lady Rocket Mary Mattingly and senior cheerleader Jessica Tinsley were honored for senior night.

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