Arkadelphia Public Schools will celebrate their 2017 football homecoming on Friday, October 6, 2017.

Arkadelphia Public Schools will celebrate their 2017 football homecoming on Friday, October 6, 2017.
The homecoming court will be presented to the student body at a pep rally at 9:35 a.m. in the high school gymnasium. There will be a homecoming parade in downtown Arkadelphia at 4 p.m. Later that evening, the presentation of the court and coronation ceremony will begin at 6:20 p.m. at Badger Stadium.
Following the coronation ceremony, the Badgers will take on Fountain Lake in a conference match up at 7:00 pm. The students and staff at Arkadelphia High School would like to invite everyone to attend the homecoming events.
The fourteen young ladies selected by the Arkadelphia High School student body to serve on the 2017 Homecoming Court are:
• Alisha Bivens. Alisha is the daughter of Glenda Fuller and Charles Bivens. She is a member of the Future Business Leaders of America and the Black History Month Committee. Alisha served as the 2016-17 Miss Arkadelphia High School. After high school, she plans to attend Southern Arkansas University and major in nursing.
• Niya Box. Niya is the daughter of Dale and Melissa Box. She is a four-year member of the Dazzler dance team and FCCLA, a two-year member of the Beta Club, a one-year member of the Robotics Club, and she currently serves as a member of the Senior/Junior Advisory Board. In her spare time, Niya enjoys hanging out with her family and reading. She is a member of St. Paul AME Church where she sings in the youth choir, dances on the praise dance team, and serves as church secretary. Niya is a one-year Badger Scholar and was a 2017 Arkansas Girls’ State Delegate. She received awards for academic excellence in Chemistry and AP Language and leadership for Future World Changers. After graduation, Niya plans to attend Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia to major in biomedical engineering. She then plans to obtain her masters degree from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.
• Khennedy Brunson. Khennedy is the daughter of Sharon Ford and Karen Ford. She is a member of the Black History Month Committee, Future Business Leaders of America, and Gifted and Talented. Khennedy is the Arkansas district five president of FCCLA, senior class president, and a member of the Badger Pride Marching Band and Colorguard. In her spare time, she enjoys shopping, watching YouTube videos, FaceTiming with her friends, and entertaining her Snapchat streaks. Khennedy is a member of the Gennesaret Missionary Baptist Church where she has served on the usher board for six years. She has spent time as a Junior Auxiliary volunteer by shopping for Angel Tree recipients, is a three-year Badger Scholar and was a 2017 Arkansas Girls’ State Delegate. After high school, Khennedy plans to attend the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville to study communication disorders and sciences in hopes of becoming a speech-language pathologist.
• Mollie Daniell. Mollie is the daughter of Toby and Dorothy Daniell. She is a member of the AHS Quiz Bowl team, gifted and talented, and a member-at-large of the Beta Club. Mollie is the student body vice president, the drum major of the Badger Pride Marching Band, and a starter on the varsity volleyball and softball teams. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, and binge-watching Law and Order. Mollie is a member of the Manchester United Methodist Church and a member of the First United Methodist Church Youth Group. She is a three-year Badger Scholar and softball letterman. Mollie was a 2017 Arkansas Girls’ State Senator and a member of the Arkansas 3A State Championship Marching Band. After high school, she plans to attend college to pursue a degree in materials science and engineering.
• Kyla Goshen. Kyla is the daughter of Jackie and Claudis Goshen. She is a member of DECA and the Lady Badger Basketball team. In her spare time, she enjoys Snapchat, eating at Chick-fil-A, and annoying her sisters. Kyla is a member of the Mt. Friendship Baptist Church. She received the most improved player award in basketball. After high school, Kyla plans to attend college and major in nursing or psychology.
• Allison Harris. Allie is the daughter of Kelly and Misty Harris. She is a member of the Beta Club, Future Business Leaders of America, and the student advisory board. Allie serves as the senior class secretary and the student body president. She is a member of the Lady Badger Basketball and Softball teams. In her spare time, Allie enjoys coaching Crossover basketball and spending time with friends and family. She is a member of the Second Baptist Church. Allie is a three-year Badger Scholar. She was a 2017 Arkansas Girls’ State Senator and the 4A All-Conference Basketball Honors recipient. After graduation, she plans to attend college to pursue a degree in Pre-Medicine Biology. She then plans to attend the Baylor College of Medicine to become an orthopedic surgeon.
• Hanna Jones. Hanna is the daughter of Chris and Nancy Jones. She is a member of DECA. In her spare time, Hanna volunteers at the Clark County Humane Society and writes to her pen pal, an elderly lady at the nursing home. She received an award of excellence in Web Design I and placed at the 2017 State DECA Conference in Advertising Campaign. After high school, Hanna plans to attend the Paul Mitchell Cosmetology School in Fayetteville.
• Angel Marciano. Angel is the daughter of Joy and Marlene Bautista. She is a member of the Spanish Club, Beta Club, Talent Search, and the Lady Badger Soccer team. In her spare time Angel enjoys painting, calligraphy, shopping, and visiting new places. She is a member of the St. Mary’s Catholic Church of Little Rock. Angel is a two-year Badger Scholar and the recipient of the Outstanding Defensive Award and All-Conference for soccer. After graduation, she plans to attend Henderson State University to major in pediatric nursing.
• Sarah Pollock. Sarah is the daughter of Cathy and Jimmy Wright. She is a member of 4H, the Badger Pride Marching Band, and the DECA Hospitality officer. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, drawing, fishing, hunting, and shooting sports. Sarah is a member of Second Baptist Church. She placed at the 2017 State DECA Conference in Advertising Campaign and was a member of the Arkansas 3A State Championship Marching Band. After high school, Sarah plans to attend the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville to major in animal and agricultural sciences.
• Lyndi Porter. Lyndi is the daughter of Aj and Chris Porter. She is a member of the Beta Club, Spanish Club, FCA, the Lady Badger Softball team, and the captain of the Lady Badger Volleyball team. In her spare time, Lyndi enjoys being outdoors and hanging out with friends and family. She is a member of the Baring Cross Baptist Church. Lyndi is a two-year Badger Scholar and a member of the National Society of High School Scholars. After high school, she plans to attend the University of Central Arkansas in Conway to pursue a degree in Occupational Therapy.
• Ka’Brelle Stulgate. Ka’Brelle is the daughter of Stefanie Crawford. She is a member of the Lady Badger Basketball team and DECA. In her spare time, Ka’Brelle enjoys texting and spending time on Snapchat and Instagram. She made All-Conference in basketball and received the Offensive Spark Award in basketball. After high school, Ka’Brelle plans to attend college at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville to major in counseling.
• Ashlyn Taylor. Ashlyn is the daughter of Jesse and Angela Taylor. She is a member of the Beta Club, FCA, and Gifted and Talented. Ashlyn is a member of the Lady Badger Volleyball and Softball teams. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and playing tournament softball and hanging out with her friends. Ashlyn is a member of Second Baptist Church. She is a three-year Badger Scholar and three-year All-Conference Softball. Ashlyn received the 2015 and 2017 All-Arkansas Preps Award for softball. She has received multiple softball MVPs along with the Silver Bat and Golden Glove awards. After graduation, Ashlyn plans to attend Henderson State University and become a member of the Lady Reddie Softball team.
• Kacie Thomas. Kacie is the daughter of Ray and Nikki Thomas. She is a three-year Beta Club member, Student Council 1st representative, Badger Cheer captain, senior advisory member, and Athletic Trainer intern. In her spare, time Kacie enjoys spending time with her friends and family. She is a member of Third Street Baptist Church where she serves as an AWANA leader in the children’s ministry and is active in the youth department. Kacie is a three-year Badger Scholar and Southwest Prep Academy Outstanding Student. She has received academic awards in the following: Biology, Art, AP US History, Medical Terminology, EAST, and AP Language. After high school, Kacie plans to go to the University of Central Arkansas in Conway to major in pre-physical therapy.
• Haley Zeiler. Haley is the daughter of Richard Zeiler and Sandra Land. She is a Beta Club member-at-large, member of gifted and talented, and the Student Council Treasurer. Haley is a member of the Lady Badger Soccer team and the Badger Pride Marching Band and Colorguard. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, watching multiple television series, and spending time with family and friends. During the summer, Haley attended the MASH program. She is a member of the Mt. Bethel Baptist Church. Haley is a three-year Badger Scholar, a 2017 Arkansas Girls’ State Delegate, and a member of the Arkansas 3A State Championship Marching Band. After graduation, Haley plans to attend Arkansas State University to major in Biology.
The 2017 crown bearers from Louisa E. Perritt Primary School are Sophia McClure and Aiden Pickett. Sophia is the daughter of Colton and Chrissy McClure. She is a first grade student in Mrs. Adkins’ class. Sophia is being escorted by Aiden Pickett. Aiden is the son of DeQuan and Arnesha Talley and Cagney Pickett. He is a first grade student in Mrs. Thomas’ class.