RHS crowns Homecoming Queen, King


ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- Maddie Cooper was crowned Homecoming Queen during halftime festivities Friday night, Oct. 23 during the Bears’ contest with the Baldwin County High Tigers at J.D. Sellars Stadium.

Escorted by her father, Cooper was selected among nine seniors on the Homecoming Court, including Jordan Booth, Caylyn Campbell, Kadence Clemmons, Baleigh and Sabrina Collins, Chloe Giardina, Brandalyn Sherrer and Delia Strack.

On hand for the crowning were Anthony Solorzano, owner of Anthony’s Bridal Boutique in Foley, and son; 2019 Homecoming Queen Ashley Campos and RHS Principal Joseph Sharp.

In a ceremony held earlier in the day at RHS, Seth Egermayer was crowned Homecoming King, selected among nine seniors, including Noah Adams, Grant Driver, Bailey Fisher, Trent Gardner, Jared Jones, Jack Kyte, Darby Stevenson and Nathaniel Tindal.

Additional members of the Homecoming Court were freshmen Chloe Ash, Chloe Hopper and Kenzie Kostelecky; sophomores McKenna Campbell, Maddison Pouncey and Reese Skipper; juniors Abby Larkin, Ali McDaniel, Lena Spears and Brooke Sterling.