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Candidates for East Central University’s 2015 Homecoming Queen/King have been announced. The king and queen will be crowned at halftime Saturday of the Tigers’ football game with Arkansas-Monticello. The kickoff is at 4 p.m. Pictured on the front row (left to right) are queen candidates Randi Camp, a senior family and consumer science major from Broken Bow, representing the Student Association of Family and Consumer Sciences; Danaka Mowdy, a senior business administration major from Vanoss, representing Zeta Tau Alpha; Casey Black, a junior business management major from Chickasha, representing the Business Leaders Association; Taylor Armendariz, a senior nursing major from Marietta, representing Chi Omega; Autumn Suydam, a senior criminal justice-law enforcement major from Keller, Texas, representing Lambda Alpha Epsilon and Carlee Henderson, a junior biology major from Latta, representing the Vision Bank Presidential Leadership Program. The king candidates are (left to right): Brandon Apala, a junior biology/pre-med major from McAlester, representing the Resident Housing Association; Christian Cody, a senior business management major from Tecumseh, representing the Business Leaders Association; Joe Franco, a senior early childhood education major from Purcell, representing Pi Kappa Tau; Jesse Williamson, a junior business administration major from Pauls Valley, representing Pi Kappa Alpha; Gregory Votaw, a senior English major from Seminole, representing the Vision Bank Presidential Leadership Program and Rocky Moore, a senior English major from Pasadena, Calif., representing the ECU football team. Not pictured are queen candidate Annette Wright, a senior musical theatre major from Okmulgee, representing Collage and king candidate Jacob Walker, a sophomore accounting major from Konawa, representing the Baptist Student Union.



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