Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Muldrow Student Competing for CASC Homecoming Title

Homecoming at Carl Albert State College (CASC) is Thursday. The CASC Lady Vikings will play Bacone JV at 5:30 p.m. and the Vikings will host Bacone JV at 7:30 p.m. at the Thompson Fitness Center on the CASC Poteau campus.

The announcement of this year’s king and queen will take place at halftime of the men’s game. This year’s contestants are:

Lauryn Hyles from Muldrow and Garrison VanCuren from Poteau representing show choir;

Brooke Keiss from Watson and Dakota Fout from Panama representing the Baptist Collegiate Ministries;

Raelynn Caldwell from Poteau and William Wheeland from Haskell representing softball and baseball;

Natori Hurd from Tulsa and David Campbell from Memphis representing women’s and men’s basketball;

Bailey Speak from Muskogee and Aaron Hancock from Pocola representing the CASC Cheer Squad;

Dulce Perez from Spiro and Matthew Bowles from Howe representing the Film Club;

Kayli Winship from Rattan and Ryan Collins from Stilwell representing the Native American Club;

Destiny Morse from Heavener and Arlie Crouch from Howe representing the Pep Band;

Kaitlynn Chapman from Valliant and Wesley Reeves from Poteau representing Phi Theta Kappa;

Rachel Carlie from Valliant and Dillon Morris from Red Oak representing the Spanish Club;

Reagan Alexander from Heavener and Justin Gregory from Panama representing Student Activities Board;

Morgan Timmons from Spiro and Chase Brooks from Poteau representing V.I.K.E.S.

Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director

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