FULTN HIGH SCHOOL Homecoming honorees announced Feb. 2

February 08, 2024

Fulton High School seniors Asia Patton and Shane Lalley were crowned Fulton High School Basketball Homecoming Queen and King, respectively, during pregame Homecoming festivities Feb. 2 at the FHS gymnasium, prior to the basketball game against Fulton County High School.

Patton is the daughter of Trena and Andre Patton, is a member of the FCA, Key Club, Lady Bulldogs basketball team and cheer team. She is a Kiwanis Club student of the month, maintains perfect attendance, is on the All A Honor Roll and was named Miss FHS 2024.

Lalley is the son of Daniel and Shena Cox. He is a member of the FCA, the track team and has been on the Bulldogs’ basketball team for six years.

FHS Basketball Homecoming Princess and Prince honors were awarded to Reginae Caldwell and Jamal Martin, both sophomores.

Class favorites, who were introduced during the Homecoming ceremonies were freshmen, Keiyonne Patton, escorted by Corbin Fulcher; Andreah Glass escorted by Cameron Morris; sophomores, Ashlyn Virgin escorted by Jamal Martin and Reginae Caldwell escorted by Jamar Martin; juniors, Leia Swift escorted by Charlie Cavness and Laticia Carnegie escorted by Hunter McLoad; and seniors, Asia Patton escorted by Mason Oliver, Olivia Fulcher escorted by Shane Lalley, and Lily Haley escorted by Christian Sproul.

Crown bearer was Amariya Bransford, a third grade student at Carr Elementary.