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PAGE 10 THE FLORALA NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 2011 2011 Masonic King & Queen reign over June 24th celebration 2011-2012 MASONC KING &,QUEEN WITH COUIT- Katelin Cassady, Hunter Hughes, Savannah Cassady, John Curtis Anderson, Queen Kelsey Lynn Bradley, King Zachary Ty- ler Dorsey, Meredith Buechner, Donavan Robertson, Keri Bess and Landon Adams. (Photo by Precision Image, Florala) QUEEN KELSEY LYNN BRADLEY is the 17-year- old daughter of Matt and Madonna Bradley. She is the granddaughter of Allison and Debbie Hutcheson and Annie Laura Hutcheson of Elothan, AL; Frank and Evelyn Brad- ley of Red Oak, AL. She is a 2011 graduate of Florala High SchoOl where she was involved in FFA, Peer Helpers, FCS, Math Club, French Club, F. Club and served as class vice-president during 11th and 12th grades. As a member of the high school competition cheer team, her team placed as runners-up in the National Peantlt Festival two years, ranked 3rd in the nation at the WCA Competition in Nashville, TN. She was a member of the Lady Wildcats softball team since 7th grade. Her team placed 5th in region- als this past year. Kelsey received a full scholarship to Wallace Community College in Do- than, AL, where she plans to receive an Associate Degree in Radiologic Technology. Kelsey carries on the family tradition as her mother was the 1977 Queen. Grandpa (Al- lison Hutcheson) has been a Mason for 51 years. Nanna (Annie Laura Hutcheson) a member of the OES Eastern Star for 46 years. Uncle Greg has been a Mason at Dothan for 16 years. She is a member of the First Baptist Church of Florala. KING ZACHARY TYLER DORSEY is the 18-year-old son of Samantha Dorsey of Flora- la. He is the grandson of Michelle Mitchell and the lat Paul H. Mitchell of Florala and the great-g'randson of Michel qnd Denise Le Guyader of Nancy, France and the late Reverend Huey and Ruby Mitchell of Florala. He is a 2011 graduate of Florala High School where he was a member of the Florala Wildcat football team, track and field team. He was a member of the Peer Helpers Stu- dent Group, Future Farmer's of America (FFA), F. Club, Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), Aqua Ambassadors, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). He attends FloraIa First Assembly of God Church and in his spare time volunteers to assist the Florala Recreation Board. Zach plans to attend Douglas MacArthur State Technical College and study metal fabri- cation. This honor is shared with his uncle, Phillip Mitchell, who served as King in 1985: Marching Pride band banquet held SENIOR BAND MEMBERS - Donovan Robertson, Alicia Morgan, Jesstca Linzy, Rachel Stokes and Brittney McCready. AWARD RECIPIENTS: Front row, from left, Most Dependable, Kaitilyn Geohagen; Rookie of the Year, Angela Carver; Most Improved Band Member, Samantha Hammac; Charles G. Stevenson Most Valuable Player, Josh Sims; Randy Bulger Memorial Band Camp Scholarship, Caleb Zessin. Back row, from left, Beat of the Band, Sierra Gibson; A-Town Band Classic competition 1A Best In Class [or Majorettes, Alicia Morgan; Section Leader of the Year, Jessica Linzy; Director's Award, Rachel Stokes; John Phillips Souza Band Award, Brittney McCready, Not shown: Kendyl McDaniel (A-Town Band Classic competition 1A Best In Class for Majorettes); Patricia Marsh, Angela Kokotovich and Vic- toria Costopolous (recipients of Anna and Seymour Gitenstein Foundation Troy University Summer Band Camp Scholarships); Savannah Gibson (recipient of Country Corner Bou- tique's Troy University Band Camp Scholarship). by Michelle Willette giving out awards and mak- Florala High School's ing several recognitions, Marching Pride held their including senior band mem- annual Band Banquet on bers and their families, Sunday, May l5 in the cafe- and the newly inducted teria at Florala High School. Special guests included Covington County Board of Education Board Member, Linda Powell, and Coving- ton County Schools Super- intendent, Terry Holley. Band Director, Terry Spader, emceed the event, 2011-2012 Band Council. Next year's band council consists of Drum Major, Ca-" leb Zessin; Band Captain, Sierra Gibson; Band Co- Captain, Kendyl McDaniel; 1st Lieutenant, Patricia Marsh; 2rid Lieutenant, Sa- mantha Hammac; Morale Officer,, Angel Maxey; Ma- jorette Captain, Kendyl Mc- Daniel; Colorguard Captain, Savannah Gibson. Following Band Booster President Angie McDaniel's remarks of appreciation for all band members and band parents, especially ones that worked in the concession stands during the year, ev- eryone enjoyed a time of fel- lowship and variety of hors d'oeuvres, including punch and cake. , DIXIE YOUTH SOFTBALL TEAM- (front row, l-r) Cody Long, Erica Heelan, Madeline Qutrrier, Shay Shay Brooks; (second row) Riley Edwards, Michaela Cain, Genesis Long, Shanna Smith, Julianne Henderson, Emily Rathel, Grace Cox; (back row) Coach Chris Quarrier, Mya James, Summer Padgett, Manager Jerry Long, Coach Amanda Long MINOR LEAGUE TEAM- (front row, l-r) Hunter Adams, Dristen Broadway, Blaine Johnston, Connor Varnum, Bubba Maxey, Brendan Grey, DjJlan Bush; (middle row) Nick Morgan, Gunner Mount," Zach Williams, Tennyson Greggs, Dylan'Hobby; (back row) Man- ager: Donald Varnum; Coaches Chris Carnley and Lonnie Morgan. Two Paxton DixieYouth League teams advance to play for state championships by Reid Tucker Two more Dixie Youth League Distric 2 tour- naments finished up on Wednesday, June 22, as South Walton felled its cross-county rival Paxton 5-4 after six intense innings of play to win the district mi- nor league crown, while Pax- ton's softball team claimed "victory over Freeport by an 8:7 margm. In the minor league game, undefeated South Walton led 5-3 through the sixth inning, but Paxton's Con- nor Varnum made his way around the bags on a hit to deep right field to make it a one-run game. While Blaine Johnston singled, South Walton got two outs in the meantime, so when Zach Williams went down swing- ing that put the game in the books. Both South Walton and Paxton will advance to the state tournament to be held July 16 in Avon Park. The softball final saw Paxton, which needed just one more victory to take the District 2 title, climb back from the brink of defeat. A determined Freeport club amassed a 7-4 lead by the fourth inoing. An inning lat- er the momentum began to shift in Paxton's favor as two RBIs and a stem for home plate tied the game. Paxton scored another run with two outs on the board to take the go ahead run in the bottom of the inning, wrapping up the win. Unlike the baseball divisions, only the district winner advances in softball, with Paxton set to play for the state championship in Carrabelle on July 8. (Top) CHRISTIN BROOKS hit an RBI sin- gle to begin Paxton's fifth,inning ralljl that saw the team climb from a 7-4 deficit to an 8-7 Wilt an inning later. (Photo by Reid Tucker) (At left) PAXTON FIRST BASEMAN DY- LAN HOBBY not only made contributions on defense at the bag but also reached on a single in the fifth to start up Paxton's late-game come- back attempt. (Photo by Reid Tucker), David Windham of Florala, recorded won he Hobby division feature race last Saturflay night at Southern Raceway, a 38,mile dirt track located in Milton, FL. He is sponsored by Florala Pharmacy and Norman's Garage. . /