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Good to the Bone

Millington Central High School senior Ashlee Bone was crowned 2014 Homecoming Queen Friday night on Mooney Boswell Field in Millington by 2013 Queen Iris Reyes. Bone was escorted by her father Scott and was voted the Queen by the Millington Trojan Football players. “I can’t believe this is happening,” Bone said to her father moments after winning. “This is a great way to celebrate my senior year.”

The 2014 Millington Central High School Homecoming Queen is Ashlee Bone. Escorted by her father Scott Friday night, the senior was crowned at midfield during halftime of the MBA/Millington football contest in front of friends, family and peers by last year’s MCHS Queen Iris Reyes.
Reyes returned to campus, currently attending The University of Memphis. Bone took the torch as Queen voted by the Millington Trojan football players. Bone is involved in Yearbook, Beta Club, Key Club and National Honor Society. She plans to attend the U of M and major in veterinary medicine.
Also on the 2014 MCHS Homecoming Court were maids freshman Lakeisha Willis (escort father Leonard Willis); sophomores Autumn Taylor (escort father Michael Taylor) and Morgan Williams (escort Leon Williams); juniors Jherkia Brown (escort father Michael Brown), Sara Carrisoza (escort father Cary Carrisoza) and Ally Hall (escort father Derrick Hall); seniors Lindsey Harris (escort Kenneth Harris), Devin McSwain (escort father Chris McSwain) and Yazmin Reyes (escort brother Jose Reyes). Homecoming Bone crowned Homecoming Bone smile Homecoming court 2014

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