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Long County Homecoming queen is athlete
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Long County High Schools 2015 Homecoming Queen Katie Estill hopes to join the Marines after she graduates next spring.

Long County High School crowned senior Katie Estill as its Homecoming queen during halftime of the Blue Tide and Groves High School football game Friday.

Last year’s queen, Samantha Garcia, crowned her successor. Estill, who is the daughter of John and Amy Estill, was escorted by Eric Sizemore.
As a student at LCHS, Estill has played softball, soccer and basketball, where she is team captain, and ran track. She was voted as the most athletic senior. After graduation she plans to enlist in the Marine Corps.

The junior princess selected was Elexxus Wrighton, daughter of Walter and Toni Wrighton. She was escorted by Keontre Burns. Wrighton is a member of the soccer, track and basketball teams.

She is captain of the basketball team. She is in the Blue Tide marching band and, after graduation, she plans on becoming a physical therapist.
Sophomore princess is Carrie Holtz, daughter of Shennen and Melissa Holtz.

She was escorted by Johari Hutchison. She is a member of the FFA and the Blue Tide marching band. After graduation she plans to go into radiation therapy.

Freshman princess is Aubree Strickland, daughter of Benji and Heather Strickland. She was escorted by Colton Infinger.

She participated in pageants and enjoys hunting. After she graduates she plans on going into education.
This year’s Homecoming theme was “It’s All about That Blue Tide.”

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