Active Cowley sophomores crowned Homecoming King and Queen
A pair of well liked, active students, were named Cowley College’s Homecoming king and queen during halftime of the Tiger men’s basketball game vs. Labette on Feb. 11 at W.S. Scott Auditorium/Dan Kahler Court.
Willy Lucero was crowned king, while Amy Slane was crowned queen. Lucero is a kinesiology major from Mayetta. He is a member of the Tiger track and field team, a student ambassador, a resident assistant, and is active in intramurals.
He was recently selected as the college’s November Student of the Month and the December Student Athlete of the Month.
Slane is from Chanute. She serves as the women’s basketball team manager, is a student ambassador and a member of Peers Advocating Wellness. She was chosen as a Cowley Captain and was listed among the Who’s Who Among American Junior College students Slane, who plans to attend a dental hygiene program in the fall, was excited to hear her name called as the recipient of Homecoming Queen.
“It’s an honor to have people who know you so well, think you deserve that,” Slane said. “At the beginning of my freshman year I was really homesick, but I have progressed so much. This is a great ending to what I have learned and accomplished at Cowley.”
Queen finalists were:
Amy Slane, Blythe Cloquhoun, Lauren McGuigan, Anna Stevens, and Dori Stevens.
King finalists were:
Willy Lucero, Thomas Govert, Chris Loftin, Andy Petz, and John Windle.