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Homecoming 2012

Time for Dragon royalty to reign

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Posted: Thursday, September 27, 2012 9:00 am | Updated: 10:03 am, Thu Sep 27, 2012.

Royalty will reign Friday in the halls of Purcell High School and on the turf of Conger Field.

Dragons past, present and future are included in the 2012 Purcell High School homecoming.

Theme of this year’s event is Draggin’ Through Time: Once a Dragon, Always a Dragon.

The annual parade at 1:30 p.m. downtown will start the homecoming celebration.

The festivities will continue on a field of honor, otherwise known as the gridiron, Friday night when the Purcell Dragons take on the Madill Wildcats.

The coronation will be held at 7 p.m. at Conger Field prior to the football game at 7:30 p.m.

Members of the homecoming court are Abbey Berrey, Hannah Coker, Lexi Cummings, Emma Rolin, Kylie Tolle, Alison Wells, Corbin Hazel, Kendall Beasley, Rickey Calvin, Erik Gonzalez, Brandon Hackney, Jonah Northcutt, Nathan Schmidt, and Jett Tyler.

Abbey Berrey, 14, is a freshman.

Abbey plays fast- and slow-pitch softball and basketball. She is a CYAP volunteer and attends Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church. She has three siblings - Matt, Mandy and Jake - and is the daughter of Mike and Penny Berrey.

Hannah Coker, 17, is a senior.

She is senior class president and Student Council vice president. She is also a National Honor Society and Jazz Choir member and is on the principal’s honor roll. She is active in basketball, cheerleading, golf and the Fellowship of Christian Students.

Hannah is active in the youth group at First Baptist Church and enjoys playing guitar, singing and painting.

She is the daughter of Gina and Greg Dixon and Cary Coker.

Lexi Cummings, 16, is a junior.

She is on the honor roll and has received the Letter “P” Award. She has been football trainer for five years and power-lifting trainer for two years. She is a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church youth group.

Lexi is the daughter of Bill and Kim Cummings.

Emma Rolin, 18, is a senior.

She is National Honor Society president, Student Council executive officer and member of the Oklahoma Honor Society. She is football manager and a member of Key Club, Code Red, Jazz Choir and Trinity United Methodist Church.

Emma is the daughter of Randy and Jana Rolin.

Kylie Tolle, 15, is a sophomore.

She is a Letter “P” Award recipient, member of the Oklahoma Honor Society and class officer - secretary - of Student Council. She is on the superintendent’s honor roll and is included in the top 10 percent of her class. She is a cheerleader, active in basketball and the youth group at Trinity United Methodist Church.

Kylie is the daughter of Mike and Amy Tolle.

Alison Wells, 17, is a senior.

She is on the principal’s honor roll and was on Student Council for two years. She plays basketball. She is a member of Trinity United Methodist Church, where she enjoys doing volunteer work with the youth group.

Alison is the daughter of Jeff and Suzanne Wells.

Corbin Hazel, 7, is in second grade.

She is active in Diamond Dolls softball and Dropbeat Elite competitive cheer. She is the daughter of Dr. Colt Hazel and Ashlie Hazel.

Kendall Beasley, 18, is a senior.

His activities include football and lifting weights and he’s been on the principal’s honor roll the past two years. He also enjoys hunting, dancing and hanging out with friends and family.

Kendall is the son of Ricky and Deana Beasley.

Rickey Calvin, 17, is a senior.

He’s a defensive end on the football team and has been defensive player of the week, as well as best all-around student in English III. He’s also active in power-lifting, baseball, Fellowship of Christian Students and Lighthouse youth group.

Rickey is the son of Sharetta Flowal.

Erik Gonzalez, 17, is a senior.

He is the 2012 football team captain and is a four-year letterman in football. In addition, he’s participated in track, golf and FFA, serving as an officer while a junior. He has also been on Student Council. He attended the U.S. Air Force Academy 2012 Summer Seminar and is in the National Honor Society.

Erik is the son of Susan and Dean Peters and Ed and Laura Gonzalez.

Brandon Hackney, 17, is a senior.

He has been on the principal’s honor roll for three years and was named most improved baseball player of the 2011-12 season. He has played football, basketball and baseball for four years and has also been in FFA four years.

Brandon is the son of Rodger and Teresa Hackney.

Jonah Northcutt, 17, is a senior.

He is the recipient of the 2012 Dragon Pride Award for basketball and Golden Wheels Award for base running in baseball. In addition to basketball and baseball, he is active in football and FFA.

Northcutt is the son of Dave and Allison Northcutt.

Nathan Schmidt, 18, is a senior.

He is a two-time state qualifier in power-lifting and was named most improved in football in 2011. He is a member of the football, baseball and power-lifting teams, as well as the National Honor Society. He is on the principal’s honor roll and has participated in Key Club and Spanish Club. He is an active member at Emmanuel Baptist Church.

Nathan is the son of Rick and Holly Schmidt.

Jett Tyler, 7, is in first grade. He plays baseball, likes physical education and Playstation and enjoys being with friends. Jett is the son of Josh and Tara Tyler.

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