2012 Graduating Seriors

2012 SENIOR GRADUATIONS
Eupora
5 p.m. May 18
Wofford Field
East Webster
7 p.m. May 18
Football Field
West Oktibbeha
11 a.m. May 19
Gymnasium

2012 Graduating Seniors

East Webster High School

Lauren Allen
Lauren Allen is the daughter of Rodney and Stephanie Allen. Her activities and honors include Beta Club, Biology CLUB, FCA, Bible by the Tree and Special Honors Graduate. Her most memorable moment was when she turned around and ran right into a pole in the seventh grade. She plans to attend the University of Mississippi and major in psychology.
Peyton Bell
Peyton Bell is the son of Kristy and Randy Bell of Dancy. He played one year of basketball and one year of tennis. He also went through one year of vo-tech. His most memorable moment was when he scored his first basket of high school basketball. Peyton plans to attend EMCC and then attend Ole Miss.
James Noel Bennett
James Noel Bennett is the son of Stephen and Suzanne Scogin, and John Bennett. He attends Fellowship Baptist Church. His most memorable moment was breaking his ankle and having a cast for six week. He plans to attend EMCC and to study the agricultural field.
Garrett Berry
Garrett Berry is the son of Mark and Melissa Berry. He was a member of the FFA. He plans to become an electrician and helicopter pilot.
Brittany Monique Bryant
Brittany Monique Bryant is the daughter of Martha and Dennis Ross. Her activities include the high school chorus and Spanish Club. Her most memorable moment was when Shalondria, Lottie and she got a solo in the “Spring Fling.” She plans to attend Northeast Mississippi Community College and obtain her associate’s degree in nursing.
Shalondria D. Bryant
Shalondria D. Bryant is the daughter of Martha and Dennis Ross. “My most memorable moment was when the tornado hit our school. It felt as if I lost my home and it made me sad when I found out that our school was no longer standing.” In college, she plans to study to be a neonatal nurse.
Conner Burton
Conner Burton is the son of Johnny and Beverly Burton. He participated in baseball, football and cross-country. His most memorable moment was the tornado that occurred on April 27, 2011. He plans to attend EMCC on a baseball scholarship.
Wesley Champion
Wesley Champion is the son of Pam and Robert Champion. His activities and honors include FCA, FFA, Beta Club, tennis team, United Blood Services Community Service Award, graduating with honors, voted Friendliest of the senior class and runner-up in at state in mixed-doubles tennis. He plans to attend EMCC and then transfer to MSU and major in forestry.
Mary Jo Christ
Mary Jo Christ is the daughter of Bobbie Taylor and Joe Evans. Her activities and honors include basketball, Bible by the Tree, Biology Club, homecoming court 2011 and nominee for academic award. Her most memorable moment was giving birth to her baby boy, Noah Eden Christ, on April 26. She plans to attend ICC, transfer to State and graduate with a bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Laken Christopher
Laken Christopher is the daughter of Tom and Erica Christopher. She has been a member of the Biology Club and high school Beta Club. Her most memorable moment was singing the national anthem at the EW vs. St. Andrews football game. She plans to attend EMCC.
Miranda Cissna
Miranda Cissna is the daughter of Maris and Theresa Cissna. She plans to attend Holmes Community College and become a registered nurse.
Johnathan Collins
Johnathan Collins is the son of Kija and Billy Trice. He was in FFA, and played basketball four years and football three years. He plans to attend EMCC.
Luke Crowley
Luke Crowley is the son of Julie and Bonnie Crowley. Activities and honors include Beta Club, ACT full scholarship to EMCC and $1,500 scholarship to Powersport Institute at Ohio Technical College. He plans to attend EMCC for two years then transfer to Mississippi State and major in aerospace engineering.
Molly Davis
Molly Davis is the daughter of Mark and Gabby Davis of Cumberland. She is a member of the Biology Club, a representative in the Student Council and secretary of her senior class. She was also voted Class Cutist. She pitched for her slow-pitch team and played tennis, where she won a state championship in girls’ doubles. She is a member of Mantee Baptist Church, where she participates in the youth activities. Molly will be graduating with honors. Her most memorable moments were when her teams won the state championships in tennis and softball. She plans to attend EMCC and later MSU.
Darius Terrell Dear
Darius Terrell Dear is the son of Kimberly E. Dear and Dennis Dear. He played football and basketball for four years, and baseball for one year. His most memorable moment was when he played well in football against Ackerman. He plans to attend Northeast Mississippi Community College or EMCC to be a physical therapist.
Summer Nicole Douglas
Summer Nicole Douglas is the daughter of Sandy Helms and Charles Douglas. Her most memorable moment was the first day having class at Wood College after the tornado. She plans to attend EMCC for two years to become a nurse.
Andy Dunn
Andy Dunn is the son of Lynn Dunn and Harvey Dunn. He participated in football and powerlifting, and will be an honors graduate. He plans to attend EMCC and then MSU to obtain a civil engineering degree.
Jacob Frost
Jacob Frost is the son of Earl and Myra Frost. He participated in bowling and chorus, and received a chorus scholarship to Holmes. His most memorable moment was winning the bowling state championship his senior year. He plans to attend Holmes Community College for pre-radiology and medical school to finish out radiology.
Kathy LeAnn Fulgham
Kathy LeAnn Fulgham is the daughter of Delmar W. Fulgham and Vicky Fulgham. She was a member of the Biology Club in 2011-12 and is graduating with honors. She plans to attend EMCC to major in music.
Madison Nicole Gibson
Madison Nicole Gibson is the daughter of William Gibson and Robyn Robinson. She was in the Biology Club and was a high school cheerleader for three years. Madison is also an Honor Graduate. Her most memorable moment was the tornado of April 2011, and having to go the Wood College campus and adjusting to a new atmosphere. She plans to attend EMCC in Mayhew and later transfer to ICC to study to become an X-ray technician.
Matthew McKinley Gordon
Matthew McKinley Gordon is the son of Kenneth and Camille Gordon. His activities and honors include tennis, Beta Club, Student Council president and Entering Freshman Academic Excellence Scholarship from MSU. His most memorable moments were when he went to the state championship in tennis in 2011 and 2012. He plans to acquire a degree in biological sciences at MSU, then enter medical school and become an orthopedic surgeon.
Charles Guyton
Charles Guyton is the son of Tonta Bell, Sedrick Bell and Charles Guyton. He played basketball for four years and football for two years, and was invited to the 2012 All-Star basketball game. Charles is also an Honor Graduate. His most memorable moment was shooting his first three-pointer against Winona. He plans to attend EMCC.
Tabatha Marie Harmon
Tabatha Marie Harmon is the daughter of Robert J. Harmon Jr. She will be graduating with honors and received the United Blood Services Community Service Award. Her most memorable moment was dancing with her friends at prom. She plans to attend MUW and major in English.
Justin Hatcher
Justin Hatcher is the son of Jenny and John Hatcher. He played football, received the Great Citizenship Award and will graduate with honor. He plans to attend MSU.
James Tyson Hendrix
James Tyson Hendrix is the son of Jamie and Beth Hendrix. He played baseball for four years and basketball for three years, and was All-District in baseball for three years. He plans to attend East Mississippi Community College and play baseball.
Nellie Caroline Hendrix
Nellie Caroline Hendrix is the daughter of Jamie and Beth Hendrix. Her activities and honors include senior class president, slow-pitch softball, graduating with honors, Best School Spirit and United Blood Services Community Service Award. She plans to attend college.
Dylan Henley
Dylan Henley is the son of Carolyn Henley and Kerry Henley. He played football and baseball. His most memorable moment was when the tornado blew the school away. Dylan plans to attend EMCC.
Karlie Sloan Henley
Karlie Sloan Henley is the daughter of Craig Henley and Dixie Higginbotham. She has participated in school and community pageants, and is an A/B Honor Roll student. Her most memorable moment was being crowned the 2010-11 Miss East Webster High School beauty queen. Sloan plans to attend Meridian Community College to pursue a degree in respiratory therapy.
Brandon Holland
Brandon Holland is the son of Billy Holland and Rena Holland. He is an honor graduate and plans to attend EMCC for nursing.
Clayton Hudspeth
Clayton Hudspeth is the son of Keith and Joyce Hudspeth. His awards and activities include Beta Club, tennis team, football, Special Honors Graduate and STAR Student. Clayton plans to attend Mississippi State University.
Jerneshia Kenterria Ivy
Jerneshia Kenterria Ivy is the son of Jerry and Pamela Ivy. She played basketball and softball, and received United Blood Services’ Community Service Award. She plans to attend CNA classes while attending college for an LPN degree.
James Travis Johnson
James Travis Johnson is the son of James and Ruby Gail Johnson. He played baseball for three years, and was a member of the Annual staff and Skills USA. His most memorable moments was hitting his first homer against Hamilton. He plans to attend EMCC and major in nursing.
Logan Brooke Johnson
Logan Brooke Johnson is the daughter of Joe Murray Johnson and Kathy Beane Johnson. Her activities and honors include Beta Club, Biology Club, third place in the National Beta Club’s poetry contest and Entering Freshman Academic Excellence Scholarship from MSU. Her most memorable moments were dancing all through school. She plans to major in English at Mississippi State.
Katie Kelly
Katie Kelly is the daughter of Kathy Kelly. She has been a Beta Club member, senior homecoming maid and Beta Club president, and will graduate with honors. She plans to attend Mississippi State University to study physical therapy and work with the MSU volleyball team.
Drucilla Sharda’ Kuhn
Drucilla Sharda’ Kuhn’s activities and honors include bowling and Annual Staff during her senior year, Honor Graduate and United Blood Services Community Service Award. Her most memorable moment was when the tornado hit and tore up the school and community. She plans to attend Northeast CC and major in criminal justice.
Callie Brooke McCarter
Callie Brooke McCarter is the daughter of David and Wanda McCarter. Activities and honors include Beta Club, cheerleading, salutatorian and Special Honors Graduate. She remembers the day she broke her leg at school the most. She plans to attend ICC and major in radiology.
Kolby McCarter
Kolby McCarter is the son of Kip and Kelli McCarter. He plans to obtain a welding degree from EMCC.
Jessica Lauren-Ann McKee
Jessica Lauren-Ann McKee is the daughter of Toby and Laura McKee. She was a Biology Club member, received an ACT scholarship and is an Honor Graduate. She plans to attend EMCC.
Morgan Brianna McMullen
Morgan Brianna McMullen is the daughter of Anthony McMullen and Kim McClendon. She was a member of the prom, played junior high basketball and is a member of Maben First Baptist. Her most memorable moments were prom and graduating with the Class of 2012. She plans to attend EMCC for one year then transfer to ICC.
Chase Mohr
Chase Mohr, son of David Mohr and Angela Mohr, was a member of the FFA. He plans to farm.
Brittany Betty Lee Owensby
Brittany Betty Lee Owensby is the daughter of Gregory an Cynthia Rainey. She was a member of Future Childcare Leaders of America, attended leadership training meetings at MSU and in Atlanta, and won a Gold Medal (first place) in competition at the state FCCLA convention. Her most memorable moments were scoring an “A” on her senior presentation and pulling an April Fool’s prank on Mrs. Brooks. She plans to continue working at Jerry’s BBQ while earning her Certified Nursing Assistant credential.
Ben Palmer
Ben Palmer is the son of Ken and Valerie Palmer. He was a member of the Beta Club and FFA, and played tennis for three years. He received an ACT Scholarship and is an Honor Graduate. Ben plans to attend EMMC then transfer to Mississippi State.
Leidra Daniqua Patterson
Leidra Daniqua Patterson is the daughter of Lawrence and Pearl Patterson. Her activities and honors include basketball, softball, attending Grove Chapel M.B. Church, member of the choir and usher ministry, and receiving her CPT license from the Career and Technology Center. Her most memorable moment was “when the tornado took our EWH on April 27 (2011) and we had to move to Wood College.” She plans to attend Holmes Community College, become a nurse and come back to help her grandmother.
Brittney Pinnix
Brittney Pinnix is the daughter of Charles Pinnix and Ramona Crossen. She was in chorus for three years, which became one of her favorite classes and things to do. Her most memorable moment was when the senior prank went bad. She plans to go to Arkansas to continue her education in photojournalism.
Chloe Leigh Roberson
Chloe Leigh Roberson is the daughter of Tim and Jill Roberson. Her activities and honors include senior class vice president, class representative for six years, Student Council member for five years, varsity cheerleader for four years, slow- and fast-pitch softball player for six years and Annual Staff member. She was crowned homecoming queen, named Class Favorite, Most Popular and campus Favorite, and was selected to participate in the 2012 Fast-pitch All-Star Game. She is also a member of Mantee Baptist Church. Her most memorable moment was winning state three years in softball. She plans to attend ICC in Fulton.
Mary Amber Shaffer
Mary Amber Shaffer is the daughter of Robbie Shaffer and D.J. Terrell. Activities and honors include Beta Club, Biology Club, Student Council vice president and A Honor Roll (Special Honors Graduate). “Never forget April 27, 2011; we still held together, strong as ever,” she said. She plans to attend MSU and major in biochemistry to become a doctor.
Codie Silver
Codie Silver is the son of Shannon Eaton and Edward Silver. He played football and baseball, was a member of the Beta Club and is an Honors Graduate. He plans to attend EMCC.
Brennan David Sparks
Brennan David Sparks is the son of Brint and Anna Sparks, and Michael and Hollie Spellman. He played four years each of football and baseball, and one year of basketball; and has received a scholarship to play football at East Mississippi Community College. He remembers his first touchdown in a high school football game and his first homerun in a high school baseball game. He plans to attend EMCC and play football, and major in physical therapy. He hopes to continue to play football at a senior college and be accepted to physical therapy school upon graduation from a senior college.
Montana Leigh Spencer
Montana Leigh Spencer is the daughter of Emily and Keith Spencer. Her activities and honors include high school cheerleader for three years, slow-pitch and fast-pitch softball for six years, Beta Club for two years, Annual Staff, 2011 Fast-pitch All-District and being selected to participate in the 2012 Fast-pitch All-Star Game. Montana remembers waking up the morning of April 27, 2011, realizing the devastation to her school and community from the tornado. She plans to attend radiology school at ICC then specialize in ultrasound.
Jonathan Tyler Stage
Jonathan Tyler Stage is the son of Robert and Dorothy Stage. He participated in FCA, FFA, powerlifting for four years and football for three years. He remembers April 27, 2011: “the day the tornado destroyed our school. Gone but not forgotten.” He will leave for basic training and AIT in the National Guard on Aug. 14. Once this is completed, he will be going to college to be a paramedic. He then plans to go to helicopter pilot school and get a job as a pilot on a medevac chopper and serve his country in the National Guard.
Scott Edward Martin Stuckey
Scott Edward Martin Stuckey is the son of Richard and Peggy Stuckey. His activities and honors include FCA, Bible by the Tree, member of Mantee Fire Department, graduating with honors and United Blood Services Community Service Award. His most memorable moment is being the first class graduating from Wood College since 2003. He plans to attend EMCC, then transfer to MSU and major in history.
Angelica Taylor
Angelica Taylor is the daughter of Linda and Sedrick Taylor. She played basketball for two years. Her most memorable moment was when she scored 20 points against French Camp. She plans to attend ICC and study early childhood education technology.
Heather Ann Thompson
Heather Ann Thompson is the daughter of Ellis and Judy Thompson. Her activities include Beta Club, barrel racing and riding horses. She is graduating with honors and will be attending EMCC on a full-tuition ACT Scholarship to pursue a career in physical therapy.
Emilie Grace White
Emilie Grace White is the daughter of Larry and Sue White. She participated in bowling. Her most memorable moment was the day the students started school at Wood. Emilie plans to go to EMCC for a year then move to Tennessee and go to Austin Peay State University and get a degree as an X-ray technician.
Michaela White
Michaela White is the daughter of Johnny “Bo” and Duann White. Her activities and honors include FCA, Beta Club, Biology Club and leader of Bible by the Tree. She has been a part of varsity basketball, slow-pitch baseball and fast-pitch softball for the past four years, and is a senior class representative and senior class treasurer. Her most memorable moment was being elected Miss EWH. Michaela plans to attend Mississippi State and major in pre-med.
David Andrew Wofford
David Andrew Wofford is the son of Donald and Lisa Wofford. He was a member of the bowling team (state champs) and played football. He plans to attend HCC in Grenada.
Victoria Elane Wooten
Victoria Elane Wooten is the daughter of Rhonda and Daniel Crowley, and Kevin and Donna Wooten. Her activities and honors include Beta Club, Student Council, Biology Club, Bible by the Tree, valedictorian, 2012 Health Career and W Award of Excellence scholarships. Her most memorable moments were April 27, 2011, when the tornado took EWH and later starting at Wood College. She plans to attend MUW to pursue a career in the medical field. 
West Oktibbeha High School
Tyas Baker
Tyas Baker is the son of Mary Baker and Theresa Baker. His most memorable moment was Junior-Senior Skip Day. He plans to be successful.
Gregory Dossen Beckum Jr.
Gregory Dossen Beckum Jr. is the son of Alethea Beckum. His awards/honors include Most Pleasant Personality and Most Improved Independence. His most memorable moment was Greg dancing at the dance in the cafeteria. He plans to attend Work Skills training.
Laquez Bedford
LaQuoz Bedford is the son of Dewayne Bell and Marla Bedford. He played basketball and football, and plans to attend East Mississippi Community College.
Diona Bell
Diona Bell is the daughter of Nicole Clark. She played basketball and received the Local Culture Award. Diona enjoyed all the fun times with her fellow classmates. She plans to pursue a degree in childcare.
Aaron Rashad Brownlee
Aaron Rashad Brownlee is the son of Uvecka Bell and Tony Brownlee. basketball, football and baseball, and is a member of the FEA, Beta Club and FBLA. Awards/honors include Honor Roll, All-District (football and basketball), NAACP Leadership Award and Mr. Oktibbeha. His most memorable moment was catching the game-winning catch in the football game against Noxapater. He plans to attend Tougaloo College and play basketball.
Breneisha Brownlee
Breneisha Brownlee is the daughter of Monique Bell and Leca Bell (guardian). Activities and honors include basketball, softball, FBLA, president of the Student Council, Drama Club, Honor Roll and Prom Queen 2012. She plans to attend Itawamba Community College.
Shawna Lanasha Brownlee
Shawna Lanasha Brownlee is the daughter of Latoria Bell and Richard Brownlee. Activities and honors include basketball, softball, cheerleading, Beta Club, FEA, Honor Roll, Most Improved, Honorable Mention for MLK Essay Contest and Perfect Attendance. Her most memorable moment was being chosen homecoming queen. She plans to attend Belhaven University and become a nurse.
Alexander Chambers
Alexander Chambers is the son of Joseph and Angelina Chambers. He played three years of football and two years of baseball. His most memorable moment was prom night. He plans to attend EMCC and learn several trades.
Ricco LaShun Collier
Ricco LaShun Collier is the son of Ricky and Tammy Murry. His most memorable moment was drawing the T-shirt design for seniors. He plans to go to college and be successful.
Devin Culpepper
Devin Culpepper is the son of Peggy Culpepper. He was named All-District First Team in basketball. Devin’s most memorable moment was playing against East Oktibbeha away and making a put-back dunk to begin the game, in which he scored 23 points, and had 12 rebounds and five blocks. He plans to attend Tougaloo College on a full basketball scholarship.
Jessica Lashun Cunningham
Jessica Lashun Cunningham is the daughter of Beverly Potts and Jessie Cunningham. Her activities include FEA, Beta Club, IDEAL Women and cheerleading. She plans to attend the Mississippi University for Women and major in nursing.
Phonecia Evans
Phonecia Evans is the daughter of Anthony and Glynis Evans. Her activities and honors include FBLA, Beta Club, cheerleading, A/B Honor Roll, Student of the Month and Student of the Year. She plans to major in social work at Mississippi State University.
Devontae Fair
Devontae Fair is the son of Christine Randle and Carl Fair. His activities and honors include football, track, basketball and Player of the week. His most memorable moment was making to state in track his junior year. He plans to attend EMCC.
Darius Montiz Ford
Darius Montiz Ford is the son of Christe and Rodney McBride. His activities and honors include Beta Club, basketball, baseball, Perfect Attendance and Honor Roll. He plans to attend Concordia on a full baseball scholarship and major in physical therapy (no photo provided).
Job Perry Hathorn
Job Perry Hathorn is the son of Sherry Hollinshed. He played football and his most memorable moment was having the having the highest average in 10th grade in English II. He plans to attend Meridian Community College and go into the music production field.
Brittany Kay Hodges
Brittany Kay Hodges is the daughter of Alice Hodges and John Hodges III. Her activities and honors include FBLA, FEA, Beta Club, IDEAL Women, A/B Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance. Her most memorable moment was when her teachers wrote in her Memories book about how bright and dependent she is. She plans to attend Meridian Community College.
Elizabeth Johnson
Elizabeth Johnson is the daughter of Keri Sturdy and James Johnson. Her activities and honors include cross-country, youth group, two cross-country awards and Most Improved Varsity Runner. Her most memorable moment was going to the Starkville High prom with Jalon Catlidge. She plans to major in nursing at EMCC (no photo provided).
Brittany Jones
Brittany Jones is the daughter of Renee Herd and Clint Nancy. Her activities and honors include basketball, softball, Beta Club, FEA and being crowned Miss Junior High, which was her most memorable moment. She plans to attend college and major in physical therapy.
Heather Nicole Lucas
Heather Nicole Lucas is the daughter of Angela and Charles Dobbins. Her activities and honors include FEA, Beta Club, softball, cheerleading, Rebel of the Year and the Quietest in the senior class. Her most memorable moment was getting all the seniors together, and laughing and having and good time together. She plans to go to college and become a nurse.
Willie Manning Jr.
Willie Manning Jr. is the son of Della Edmonds. He played basketball and was president of the junior class. His most memorable moment was playing against Biggersville in the championship game and losing at the buzzer. He plans to study kinesiology at Rust College.
Mandy Pope
Mandy Pope is the daughter of Carroll Pope. She plans to attend college and become a registered nurse.
LaDrekas Powell
LaDrekas Powell is the son of Donna Jones and Ricky Powell. He received the Defensive Player of the Year Award and was named Player with Most Heart in football. He plans to go to college and major in veterinary science.
Dwight Quinn Jr.
Dwight Quinn Jr. is the son of Latonya Taylor, Dwight Quinn and Patrick Bell. He played football (All-Regions and All-State), basketball and baseball. His most memorable moment was joining the football team in seventh grade. He plans to attend college to play football and baseball, major in culinary arts, and open his own store and be the head chef.
Richard Richmond
Richard Richmond’s activities and honors include FEA, football, baseball, Student of the Month and member of the Maben Lions Club. His most memorable moment was going to Alabama Adventures. He plans to attend Nashville Auto-Diesel College, then become a mechanical engineer.
Bishop Robinson
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Shanquella Robinson
Shanquella Robinson is the daughter of Roger Jones and Dequia Robinson. She has been a member of the Beta Club and a cheerleader. She plans to become a cosmetologist.
Sonya Taylor
Sonya Taylor is the daughter of Beverly Frost. She was a member of IDEAL Women and plans to earn a degree in psychology.
Paul Thompson III
Paul Thompson III is the son of Jennifer Pittman and Paul Thompson Jr. His activities and honors include FBLA, FEA, Beta Club, track (2011 state winners and third place in 4×2), Student of the Month and A/B Honor Roll first-12th grades. His most memorable moment was the day he stood on the stand at the state track meet. He plans to attend the University of Southern Mississippi and major in marine biology.
Wyleathia Wells
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Kory Sharveez Willis
Kory Sharveez Willis is the son of Alvin and Gwendolyn Willis. His activities and honors include member of the football team for two years, member of the children and youth choir and youth committee of Boyd Chapel in Sturgis, honorable mention in the Mississippi State Martin L. King Jr. essay contest, Honor Roll and Best Personality in the senior class. He plans to attend MSU with a major in broadcasting and play for the football team as a walk-on.
Cameron Yarbrough
Cameron Yarbrough is the son of Lynn Harris and George Yarbrough. His activities and honors include Boy Scouts, Building Club, football, basketball, Honor Roll, Most Flirtiest and Most Outstanding. 
Kendrin Yates
Kendrin Yates is the son of Leauice Yates and James Bedford. He played basketball and baseball, and his most memorable moments was scoring 35 points and having 20 rebounds in the first-round playoff game. He plans to attend Tougaloo College and play ball.
James “Dalton” Yeatman
James “Dalton” Yeatman is the son of Christy Billiot and James Yeatman. His activities and honors include Beta Club, FCA, football, track, guitar, drums, piano, bass guitar and soccer, and finishing third place in the Oktibbeha County art contest. His most memorable moment was finishing his English IV presentation. He plans to go into the Navy as an officer, and make his own branch of fitness and martial arts gyms.
Eupora High School
Chekeydra Allen
Chekeydra Allen is the daughter of Kimberly Allen, Henry Gibson and Desmo Townsend. An A/B Honor Roll student, she plans to attend Itawamba Community College toward a degree in physical therapy or nursing.
Sydney Allen
Sydney Allen is the daughter of Sid and Melinda Allen. Her activities and honors include Biology Club, Interact Club, Student Council, band, Jack and Sue Knight Award, and Most Talented Award. Her most memorable moment was when the high school band won state. Sydney plans to attend Holmes Community College in Grenada and obtain a degree in neonatal nursing.
Julia Badillo
Julia Badillo is the daughter of Susie Badillo and Joe Badillo. Her activities and honors include Skills USA, Annual Staff, Interact Club, Public Relations, Prom Committee, National Honors Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Future Educators of America, Webster County Schools’ Student of the Month, WCCTC Computer Graphics Award, two-year CGT completion certificate and acceptance as a Holmes CC Ambassador representative. She remembers most her first moments of joining Eupora High School. Julia plans to continue her studies at Holmes CC and ultimately achieve a bachelor’s degree in architecture management.
Erin Bensend
Erin Bensend is the daughter of Marvin and Cherie Bensend. She received an FCCLA second-year completion certificate. Erin plans to attend East Mississippi Community College in Mayhew and major in psychology.
Justin Boatman
Justin Boatman is the son of David and Lorrie Boatman. He has been a member of the concert, marching and jazz bands, FCA and Beta Club. Justin is a Merit Graduate and Special Honors Graduate. His most memorable moment was the marching band winning first place in 2A in 2008. He plans to attend Delta State University and major in music industry studies.
Lexie Boykin
Lexie Boykin is the daughter of Chasity Boykin and Daniel Boykin. She played softball with the Lady Eagles and was All-District in 2011 slow-pitch. She has been chosen to play in the fast-pitch All-Star Game next month. Her most memorable moment was becoming a Lady Eagle. She plans to attend EMCC to become a physical therapy assistant.
Taylor Anthony Bryant Britt
Taylor Anthony Bryant Britt is the son of Tony Britt and Teresa Britt. He was a member of the EHS band and plans to attend Mississippi State University to earn a degree in videogame design.
Chris Brotherton
Chris Brotherton is the son of Glenn Brotherton and Cheryl Brotherton. He received a certificate for completing auto mechanics and plans to be a musician.
Ashtyn Belle Bryant
Ashtyn Belle Bryant is the daughter of Melanie and Leslie Bryant. Her activities include varsity tennis, Biology Club, Interact Club vice president, Student Council, FEA, FCA, high school Beta and Mock Trial Team. She received the Jack and Sue Knight Award, Marla Hood Memorial Beta Scholarship and Presidential Academic Fitness Award, and is an Honor Graduate. Her most memorable moment was falling up the stairs in ninth grade. Ashtyn plans to attend Holmes Community College majoring in drafting and design.
Samantha Cabaniss
Samantha Cabaniss is the daughter of Pam and Derek Cabaniss. Her activities and honors include 2011-12 state champ cheerleader, Student Council president, Beta secretary, FEA president, 12th-grade class president, Mock Trial Team, Miss EHS, Best All Around, Pap Hamby Memorial Scholarship, Student Council Award and Merit Graduate. Her most memorable moments are crazy weekends with great friends. She plans to attend MSU and pursue a degree in education.
David Clay Canterbury
David Clay Canterbury is the son of David and Karen Canterbury. He is a Merit Graduate and Honor Graduate. Clay plans to attend MSU to become an electrical engineer.
Cassie Cummings
Cassie Cummings is the daughter of Barry and Ronda Cummings. Her activities and honors include FCA, Biology Club, softball cheerleading, Coca-Cola Scholarship, Merit Graduate, Citizenship Award, cheerleading regional champs 2009, and state champs cheerleading 2010 and 2011. She fondly remembers winning the first cheerleading state championship in the history of EHS. Cassie plans to attend Holmes CC in Grenada and major in education.
Randall Shaqville Cunningham
Randall Shaqville Cunningham is the son of Evaline Fuller and Henry Cunningham. He played basketball and was a member of the FCA. His most memorable moment was hitting the game-winning 3-point shot against Ackerman his freshman year. He plans to attend Itawamba Community College.
Amber Leigh Dean
Amber Leigh Dean is the daughter of Greg and Karen Dean. Her activities include fast- and slow-pitch softball, Biology Club, Beta Club, Interact Club and Mock Trial Team. She received the Marla Hood Memorial Scholarship and is a Merit Graduate. Her most memorable moments are spending time with her friends and softball throughout high school. Amber plans to attend EMCC and then Mississippi University for Women to major in nursing.
Jacob H. Duncan
Jacob H. Duncan is the son of Crystal Duncan. His most memorable moment was the trip to Goodman to see the comedy show. He plans to study forensic science at Holmes and anthropology at Southern, and wants to become an archaeologist.
Samantha Edwards
Samantha Edwards is the daughter of Molly and John Edwards. Her activities and honors include FCA, Interact Club, FEA, Public Relations, 12th-grade Merit Student and Honor Graduate. Her most memorable moment was her last first day of high school. Samantha plans to attend Mississippi Delta Community College, then transfer to MSU to further her 
Education in accounting.
Ke-von Embry
Ke-von Embry is the son of Pam Embry and Marvin Embry. He played football and in 2010 was named All-District Linebacker. His most memorable moments were Friday nights on the football field. He plans to attend Nashville Auto-Diesel College.
Allie Fletcher
Allie Fletcher is the daughter of James and Becky Fletcher. She is an Honor Graduate. Her most memorable moments were getting made fun of for skipping school so much. She plans to attend HCC in Grenada and major in nursing.
Shakitta Shuntae Ford
Shakitta Shuntae Ford is the daughter of Ruth Ford and James Dorsey. A chorus member, she placed in chorus last year. Her most memorable moment was doing the “Wobble” for the whole school. She plans to attend Holmes in Goodman.
Tiffany Lawaii Frazier
Tiffany Lawaii Frazier is the daughter of William E. Frazier and Jennifer D. Coleman. She has participated in softball and dancing. Her most memorable moments are the first words she ever said to her fiancé in the cafeteria, “Hey, I wear my boots like that too,” and the time it was raining all day and she fell walking to the cafeteria. “I was soaking wet all day.” She plans to marry Jeremy Medders, be a stay-at-home mom to her son, Bryghton Clay Medders, receive her cosmetology license and open a little shop behind their home, and hopes to talk her fiancé into moving to her hometown in Alabama.
Trae Gary
Trae Gary is the son of Tony Gary and Amanda Fields. He played football and was named prom king. Trae’s most memorable moment is his last home football game running down the hill. He plans to go to ICC and become a physical therapist.
Shanekwa Gee
Shanekwa Gee is the daughter of Denise Cullum and Marvin Cullum. She participated in FCA and FCCLA. Her most memorable moment was in 10th grade when Lindsey Williamson pulled off her wig. Shanekwa plans to attend MWU and become a nurse.
Pamla Chace Gore
Pamla Chace Gore is the daughter of Larry and Cim Gore. Her activities include Biology Club president, Beta Club reporter, FEA reporter, Annual Staff. EHS band member, Envirothon, Science Bowl, Scholar’s Bowl and Interact Club. Her honors include EHS Most Likely to Succeed, EHS Hall of Fame, 2011 Mississippi Lions All-State Band, 2011 EPA Youth Tour, 2010 Mississippi Governor’s School Scholar, Webster County School Board Student of the Month, Rotary Student of the Month, Beta History Award and Merit Graduate. Her most memorable moment is getting a walker at last year’s band banquet for the Clumsy Award. Chace plans to attend MSU, and major in music education and secondary math education.
Bailey Haynes
Bailey Haynes is the daughter of Jimmy and Benne Haynes. She was a Beta Club member for three years, received the President’s Education Award and is an Honor Graduate. Her most memorable moment was being elected homecoming maid two years. Bailey plans to attend Holmes in Grenada then transfer to State to major in accounting.
Hannah Hill
Hannah Hill is the daughter of James and Helen Hill. She enjoys music, singing and church. Her most memorable moment was making a special picture in Mrs. Hester’s art class. Hannah plans to attend a vocational school.
Jonathan B. Hill
Jonathan B. Hill is the son of Johnny and Diane Hill. He loves to play basketball and occasionally throws the football around. He also loves target shooting with a .22-caliber rifle. His most memorable moment is when he first started school. The school called his parents and told them he had slipped off. They caught him walking through Churchill headed home. He plans to attend college (no photo provided).
Shelby Horn
Shelby Horn is the daughter of Dennis and Erika Horn, and Tammy Miley. She participated in chorus, Skills USA and the Interact Club, and received a two-year CG certificate. Her most memorable moment was the chorus’ Christmas program during her senior year. Shelby plans to work at Golden LivingCenter-Eupora as a CNA and go to EMCC to be an RN.
Phillip Johnson
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Kori Kemp
Kori Kemp is the daughter of Terry and Rebecca Kemp. Activities and honors include FCCLA, chorus, WCCTC Award and blood donor card. She remembers most when Mrs. Gardner gave her $100, which was shredded-up money that could equal up to $100. Kori plans to work for about a year then try to get in some type of college.
Horacio Leal
Horacio Leal is the son of Maria Leal and Isauro Flores. He plans to study computer science at EMCC.
Kody Manning
Kody Manning is the son of Keith Manning and Caressa Crooks. He received a certificate for completion of two years of forestry. He plans to go to work.
Drake Alan McCool
Drake Alan McCool is the son of Andy and Pam McCool. He plans to attend Nashville Auto-Diesel College to become a heavy machinery technician.
Andrew McKay
Andrew McKay is the son of Andy and Tracy McKay. He participated in Skills USA and was voted Most Courteous. He plans to work on a pipeline then attend college to try to be a graphic designer.
Fitzgerald McKinney
Fitzgerald McKinney is the son of Morris McKinney and Jacquelyn McKinney. His activities and honors include EHS basketball (five years), forestry second-year completion and A/B honor roll. His most memorable moment is when he made the game-winning shot against East Webster. He plans to attend EMCC and major in forestry.
Colby Malloy Mitchell
Colby Malloy Mitchell is the daughter of Regina Wofford, and John and Holley Mitchell. Her activities and honors including cheerleading, Biology Club, FEA, Mock Trial Team, 2010 and 2011 state champions for cheerleading, and CB&S Bank Scholarship. Her most memorable moment was winning another state championship. She plans to cheer at Holmes in Goodman and pursue an accounting degree.
Daulton Konnor Newman
Daulton Newman is the son of Mark and Charlotte Newman. His activities include football, powerlifting, Biology Club, Future Educators of America, Beta Club, Envirothon Team captain, Math Team, Scholars Bowl Team, Science Bowl Team, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Interact Club, Student Council representative and Annual Staff editor. Daulton is also a math tutor and active in Eupora First Baptist Church. He is a volunteer coach for girls’ basketball and softball.
Daulton is valedictorian, STAR Student, 2009 State Games of American National Powerlifting Champion, 2011 State of MS Voice of Democracy Winner/13th National, 2011 MS Representative for National Youth Leadership Council. He received the Danforth Leadership Award, Woodmen of the World History Award, 20th Century Civic Award, Presidential Academic Fitness Award, Hall of Fame Student Council Award, Beta Math Award, Rotary Award, Mock Trial Award, Who’s Who Most Likely to Succeed, Top Merit Graduate, Harold H. Whitaker Scholarship and the Michael Bloomberg Scholarship to Johns Hopkins University.
His most memorable moment was shutting out East Webster 35-0 in football. Daulton plans to attend Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore to play football for the Bluejays and major in neuroscience with a minor in economics with the goal of becoming a neurologist.
Lacie Newton
Lacie Newton is the daughter of Donald and Gail Newton. She was active in the Beta Club, Interact Club, FCA, Biology Club and Mock Trail Team. Lacie received an FCA scholarship, Presidential Academic Excellence Award and Beta Award in English. She is also a Merit Graduate. Her most memorable moment is dancing with friends at prom. Lacie plans to major in pre-med at Millsaps College.
Allisia Nickerson
Allisia Nickerson is the daughter of Marion McMullen and Rodree Kas McMullen. She was a member of the Dance Team and chorus. She was also crowned homecoming queen and prom queen, and is an A/B Honor Roll student. Her most memorable moment was on homecoming when the crown was placed on her head. Allisia plans to attend ICC to study physical therapy then transfer to Ole Miss.
Casey Oliver
Casey Oliver is the son of Charlie and Becky Oliver. His activities and honors include vice president of the Beta and Interact clubs, member of the EHS baseball team, All-District Third Baseman 2011 and winning the Phyllis Graham Memorial Scholarship. His most memorable moment was when Austin Tollison and he won the Phyllis Graham Memorial Scholarship. Casey plans to attend Mississippi State University and pursue a career in physical therapy.
Ethan Orr
Ethan Orr is the son of Jimmy and Lisa Orr. He enjoys hunting, fishing, trapping and riding four-wheelers. 
Jeremy Patridge
Jeremy Patridge is the son of Jerry and Bobbie Patridge. He participated in FFA and Skills USA. Jeremy was named Webster County School Board Student of the Month, Ag Student of the Year and Auto Student of the Year, and received the Justin Cooper Memorial Scholarship. His most memorable moment was riding back from the vo-tech on Mr. Meek’s bus listening to Run DMC. Jeremy plans to go to Holmes CC in Goodman and major in collision repair.
Rachael Pepper
Rachael Pepper is the daughter of Chuck and Melissa Pepper. Her activities and honors include Biology Club, Interact Club, Envirothon, monetary scholarship from Envirothon, ACT Scholarship and two-year completion certificate for forestry at WCCTC. Her most memorable moment was her first day of school when she missed the bus because she didn’t know the number and Mrs. Cummings had to drive her home. Rachael plans to attend Holmes in Grenada and transfer to MSU in forestry.
Quentin Phelps
Quentin Phelps is the son of Cindy Phelps and Tommy Strong. He participated in FFA, FCA and Skills USA. He plans to become a nurse.
Jake Pieri
Jake Pieri is the son of Jennifer Vanderford, Jack Vanderford and Jeff Pieri. He was a member of the FFA. His most memorable moments were the ag and forestry classes at the vo-tech. Jake plans to attend EMCC to major in welding for two years.
Shelby Purtee
Shelby Purtee is the son of J.D. and Lynn McCafferty. He was a member of the FCA. His most memorable moments were all the hilarious talent shows. Shelby plans to attend Holmes CC and MSU in computer science.
Kedrin Antonio Redd
Kedrin Antonio Redd is the son of Sandra Redd and Antione Robinson. He enjoys hunting, fishing and having a good time with loved ones. He plans to become an auto-diesel mechanic (no proto provided).
Brandon Reeves
Brandon Reeves is the son of Paul Reeves and Misty Dykes. His most memorable moment was beating East Webster in football his senior year. Brandon plans to move to Caledonia and work on a riverboat with his uncle (no photo provided).
Corey Richardson
Corey Richardson is the son of Kyle and Amanda Richardson. His activities include vice president of FCA, Beta Club member, Annual Staff member, Biology Club member, varsity baseball player and varsity football player. A Merit Graduate, he received the J.L. Bertie Scholarship and was named Who’s Who Most Dependable. His most memorable moment was the womanless beauty pageant. Corey plans to attend Holmes Community College in Grenada, majoring in physical therapy.
Austin Robertson
Austin Robertson is the son of Jamie and Angela Robertson. He was a member of the FCA, Biology Club, Student Council, FEA and FBLA. He played tennis four years and was football team manager for two years. Austin received the Regions Bank Scholarship, Lloyd A. Cummings Memorial Scholarship, Track and Field Manager Scholarship and Most Spirited Award, and was a Rotary Student of the Month. His most memorable moment was winning Most Beautiful in the womanless beauty review. He plans to attend MSU while managing for the track and field team, and pursue a bachelor’s degree in sports studies.
Katelyn Nicole Rodgers
Katelyn Nicole Rodgers is the daughter of Stan and Lora Rodgers. She was Biology Club secretary, FEA vice president, Annual Staff assistant editor, FCA and Interact Club member, and a slow- and fast-pitch softball player. She was also named a Who’s Who Class Favorite, received the Jack and Sue Knight Scholarship, and was a Rotary Student of the Month. Her most memorable moment was playing in the All-Star slow-pitch game in Decatur. Katelyn plans to attend Mississippi State and major in kinesiology, and further her education in optical therapy.
Mary Elizabeth Rumore
Mary Elizabeth Rumore is the daughter of Howard and Paula Rumore. She was a member of the Biology Club and Interact Club, and a class officer. She is also a Merit Graduate and received an MSU scholarship. Her most memorable moments were spending time with her friends throughout her whole senior year. She plans to study English secondary education at MSU.
Billy Glen Salley
Billy Glen Salley is the son of Billy Salley and Pam Salley. His activities and honors include FFA, baseball (four-year letterman), football (one-year letterman), Class Favorite in the ninth, 10th and 12th grades, Best All Around his junior year, Most Athletic and Mr. EHS his senior year, recipient of the Allen Epps “Inkspot” Brown Scholarship and Travis “Lynn” Lamb Sr. Memorial Scholarship. Billy Glen plans to attend MSU and study forestry.
Devin Simmons
Devin Simmons is the son of Michael and Pam Simmons. He played football and basketball, and was named a Player of the Week in basketball. He remembers most taking back a 69-yard interception for a TD against East Webster. Devin plans to play basketball at Rust College.
Karla Michelle Simmons
Karla Michelle Simmons is the daughter of Carol and Ronald Simmons. She has participated in the Marching Band, Concert Band, Jazz Band, Biology Club and youth choir at Liberty United Methodist Church. A Merit Graduate, she received the Ole Miss Opportunity Scholarship, Millsaps Scholarship and Socialites Scholarship. Her most memorable moments are all her band competitions with her second family (The Pride of Eupora). She plans to attend Ole Miss to double major in business and political science.
George Starks
George Starks is the son of Dorothy Starks. He played high school football and competed in powerlifting. His most memorable moment was when he ran for 75 yards and got pushed out of bounds at the 1-yard line because he was so tired. George plans to go to ICC and then join the U.S. Army.
Jordan Shea Steadman
Jordan Shea Steadman is the daughter of Janae Pittman and Thomas Steadman. She is an Honor Graduate and received the President’s Education Award. Jordan plans to attend ICC and get a degree in occupational therapy.
Tanika Lashea Tate
Tanika Lashea Tate is the daughter of Bennie Tate and Robert Tate. She was a member of the FEA, played basketball two years and softball one year. She was awarded the Ole Miss Opportunity Scholarship and Liberty United Methodist Men’s Scholarship, and is an Honor Graduate. Her most memorable moments were spending time with her aunt, the late Vivian Johnson. She plans to attend the University of Mississippi and double major in criminal justice and forensic chemistry.
Austin Tollison
Austin Tollison is the son of Chris and Stacey Tollison. His activities and honors include FCA, vice president of the Biology Club, Interact, FFA, Science Bowl Team and Envirothon Team. Austin received the Phyllis Graham Memorial Scholarship, Mississippi State Scholarship and Forestry Award. He is also a Merit Student and Honor Graduate. His most memorable moment was when Casey Oliver and he won the Phyllis Graham Memorial Scholarship. Austin plans to attend Mississippi State and major in civil engineering.
Tiffany Turner
Tiffany Turner is the daughter of Beverly and Victor Turner. She was a member of Jr. Beta and FCCLA. Her honors include Citizenship Award, A/B Honor Roll, Citizen of the Month and WCCTC Early Childhood Education two-year completion certificate. Her most memorable moment was when Mrs. Crimm made the senior class do a play on dating. Tiffany plans to attend MUW for the nursing program and hopes to become an RN (no photo provided).
Lauren Tyler
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Casey Danielle Vaughan
Casey Danielle Vaughan is the daughter of Daniel and Leslie Vaughan. She participated in the Concert Band, Marching Band, Biology Club, Envirothon, Beta Club, FCA, Interact Club and Color Guard. She received the Presidential Academic Fitness Award, and is a Special Honors Graduate and Merit Graduate. She remembers most winning the state championship in Marching Band. She plans to attend MSU and major in culinology.
Drake Walker
Drake Walker is the son of Wade Walker and Nicole Floyd. His most memorable moment will be graduation (no photo provided).
Leah Watson
Leah Watson is the daughter of Lee and Jasma Watson. Through the years she participated in band, FEA, FCCLA, Skills USA and color guard. She was on the A/B Honor Roll, won the Demus Memorial Scholarship Award, was named a Citizen of the Month and received a two-year completion certificate from the Career and Technology Center for CGT. Her most memorable moments were all the open discussions in Mrs. Crimm’s class with her classmates. Leah plans to attend ICC and earn a degree in registered nursing.
Lindsey Williamson
Lindsey Williamson is the daughter of Joel and Melissa Williamson. She played softball and in 2011 was named All-District in softball. Her most memorable moment was when she was a new member of the Lady Eagles and the older girls played the quarter joke, and it turned out she had pencil lead all down her face. Lindsey plans to attend Meridian Community College and major in radiology.
Hope Wright
Hope Wright is the daughter of Roxanne and Donald Wright. She was a member of the FCCLA, FCA and Interact Club. She plans to attend MUW and major in elementary education.
Bianca Yates
Bianca Yates is the daughter of Carolyn Coffey and Perry Yates. She was manager of the EHS basketball team, and a member of FCCLA and the EHS Dance Team. Bianca received the Citizenship Award and two-year Early Childhood Education completion certificate. Her most memorable moment was the 2010 field day. Bianca plans to attend EMCC and major in cosmetology, then later elementary education.
Cain Young
Cain Young is the son of David and Heidi Young. He was a member of the Biology Club, FCA, Interact Club, Beta Club and Envirothon, and played baseball. Cain has been accepted into the early-entry pharmacy program at Ole Miss. His most memorable moment was going to the X-Games in Los Angeles with his uncle. He plans to attend Ole Miss and major in pharmacy.