Carrollton High School seniors Maygen Bales and Luke Leslie were crowned Winter Homecoming queen and king Jan. 29 and reigned over the homecoming dance Jan. 30.
The two were crowned prior to the boys basketball game against Alliance. Bales was crowned by the 2015 queen, Brooke Ornouski, and Leslie was crowned by Jonathan Atkinson, the 2015 king.
Bales is the daughter of Michelle Hawkins and James Bales Jr. She is a four-year cheerleader at CHS and two-year member of the Academic Hall of Fame. She plans to attend Kent State Salem to pursue a degree in Early Childhood Education.
Leslie is the son of Matt and Renee Leslie. He is a four-year member of the Warrior basketball team (three-year letterman), and a three-year member of the cross country team. He is also a scholar athlete, member of the Academic Hall of Fame and a four-year-member of the Future Farmers of America chapter.
He attends St. John?s Evangelist Church in Summitville and plans to attend the University of Akron to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Other members of the homecoming court include:
Seniors: Kaitlyn Budinsky, daughter of Thomas and Connie Budinsky and Cody Casto, son of Tracy Edie and grandson of Dallas Plessinger.
Juniors: Mia Moore, daughter of Henry and Stephanie Moore and Jacob Knipp, son of Joe and Rae Knipp.
Sophomores: Grace Bartlow, daughter of Greg and Kristen Bartlow and Dakota Walters, son of Emma and Steve Walters.
Freshmen: Allison Davis, daughter of Todd and Kim Davis and Spencer Varney, son of Trese and Steve Varney.