White, Simmons Named Homecoming King and Queen
by Rama Peroo
Two role models on the Cowley College campus, Anthony White and Rosi Simmons, were named Cowley College’s Homecoming king and queen during halftime of the Tiger men’s basketball game vs. Kansas City on Feb. 1 at W.S. Scott Auditorium.
White is a pre-engineering major from Kansas City, KS. At Cowley, he is a member of the Tiger men’s basketball team, is a resident assistant in the Oscar Kimmel Dormitory, and works in Cowley’s business office. White was named to the Dean’s Honor Roll at Cowley.
Simmons is a graduate of Ark City High School and is majoring in psychology. Her activities at Cowley include FCA, Chi Alpha, PTK, and serving as a Cowley Ambassador. She was also selected as the school’s October Student of the Month.
Last year’s king and queen, Jordan Lukert and Milissa Crawford, were on hand to pass on their crowns. Madi McGee, daughter of Brian and Jamie McGee, and Price Allen, son of Bart and Heather Allen, handled the duties of the crown bearers.
Queen finalists were: Rosi Simmons, Breanna Bryant, Shelby Cornejo, Katelyn Edwards, and Molley Scanlon.
King finalists were: Anthony White, Will Austin, Clinton Meyer, Drew Palmer, and John Ward.