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Homecoming king crowned
From left: freshman prince Sebastian Berisford and escort Vannessa Blake; junior prince Francisco Mejia and escort Natalia Santos; 2014 Homecoming King Dorian Adkins and his mother, Dawn; sophomore prince Laron Adams and his escort, Shontasia Alexander. Front row: Pre-K representative Aiden Dollins and escort Allyson DiBernardo. - photo by Photo provided.

Dorian Adkins was crowned homecoming king during Long County’s basketball game against Vidalia last Friday in Ludowici.
Adkins was escorted by his mother, Dawn. His father is J.R. Adkins. Dorian has been a member of the Blue Tide football and track teams for his entire high-school career, and also is a member of the Future Business Leaders of America and the Youth Advisory Council. After graduation, Adkins plans to attend college and pursuing a career in physical therapy.
Also crowned Friday were the junior, sophomore and freshman princes.  Francisco Mejia received the junior crown, Laron Adams received the sophomore crown, and Sebastian Berisford received the freshman crown. Mejia was escorted by Natalia Santos; he is the son of Maria Ramirez. Adams was escorted by Shontasia Alexander; he is the son of Alicia Jones. Berisford was escorted by Vannessa Blake; he is the son of Sean and Grace Berisford.
Others homecoming-court members included freshmen Brett Blake and Dylan Stewart, sophomores Ulises Franco and Holden Osburn, juniors Clay Strickland and Michael Abram, and seniors Cody Fleck, Zach Gay, Gage Kasperian and Cole Ray.
Jacob Turner, the 2013 homecoming king, crowed the winners, with assistance from LCHS pre-K representative Aiden Dollins.

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