By Thomas Sellers Jr.
Friday night Millington Central High School held it’s annual Homecoming festivities on Mooney Bosewell Field. While the Trojans were blowing out the Kingsbury Falcons on the field of play, at halftime the Homecoming Court took over. Mark Healy read aloud the 2015 winner was Destinie Green. The senior was crowned by last year’s winner Ashlee Bone. Green, escorted by her father Darrel, said winning was a blessing.
“It feels great, so exciting,” she said. “I’m just shocked. This was my first year on the court and I won. This is a great feeling. I’m just blessed.”
Green, the daughter of Darrel Green and Castellia Curry, is the member of the MCHS Cheerleaders and has ran track each year in school.
She plans to attend Middle Tennessee State University and major in Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement. She wants to become a police officer and eventually a detective.
Before she moves onto college and her career, Green said winning has inspired to be an more active MCHS student.
“Winning starts off my senior year differently,” she concluded. “Last year I wished I could have done more. I’m proud to add my name to the list of winners and now I want to do more as a Trojan.”
Other members of the 2015 MCHS Homecoming Court were seniors maids Sara Carrisoza (escort Cary Carrisoza), Ally Hall (escort Derrick Hall), and Serena Davila (escort Cody Moore), junior maids Kasey Gallo (escort Don Gallo), Kirsten Mayse (escort Jason Mayse) and Morgan Williams (escort Leon Williams, sophomore maids Velandria Branch (escort Stanley Branch) and Emily Paige Hall (escort Essary Hall) and freshman maid Vanessa Sciluffo (escort Nick Sciluffo).