Motlow State Community College
P.O. Box 8500
Lynchburg, TN 37352-8500
Jones and Morris Named Queen and King at Motlow College
Motlow College homecoming queen and king Kelsey Jones and Corey Morris.
February 6, 2012
Kelsey Jones and Corey Morris, both of McMinnville, were named queen and king during homecoming activities at Motlow College, according to Sheri Mason, assistant director of student services and Student Government Association sponsor.
Jones and Morris were nominated for the honors by members of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society at Motlow's McMinnville Center. Jones is studying criminal justice at the college and will graduate in May. Morris, who also will be among the May graduates, is a political science major.
Motlow College homecoming queen and king Kelsey Jones and Corey Morris pose for a photo op with members of the homecoming court. Pictured from left are Courtney Michaels, Andrew Mustin, Jaya Harwell, Tyler Glenn, Catherine Chappell, Jones and Morris, Ange'lica Looney and Presley Owen.
Tori Scott takes a picture with Brayden Cannon and Logan Cannon in the SGA photo booth.
Other nominees for queen and king were Courtney Michaels of Hazel Green, Ala.; Andrew Mustin of Fayetteville; Jaya Harwell of Smithville; Tyler Glenn of Morrison; Catherine Chappell of Tullahoma; Ange'lica Looney of Smyrna; and Presley Owen of Tullahoma. Homecoming was held on Motlow's Moore County campus and was sponsored by the SGA, which hosted a photo booth and distributed free pompoms and megaphones to attendees.
Presley Owen went from the basketball court to the homecoming court
On the basketball court in Copperweld Arena, the Motlow Lady Bucks pulled within two points of visiting Cleveland State with 19 seconds left to play, but couldn't quite complete their comeback as they fell 60-56 to the Lady Cougars. The Motlow Bucks took a big step toward their goal of a Tennessee Community College Athletic Association championship when they beat Cleveland State 91-77.
Pictured from left are Karen Hill (Motlow's Student Government Association President), Victoria Scott (Former Miss Motlow), Motlow College homecoming queen and king Kelsey Jones and Corey Morris, and Laura Hudgens (Former Miss Motlow).