BEAR CREEK - Julie Dodd was crowned the Phillips High School Homecoming Queen for 2020 during a halftime ceremony Friday, Sept. 11.
Dodd is the daughter of Michael and Christy Dodd and Tracy and Anthony Long. She was escorted by her father for the evening. She was crowned by the 2019 PHS Homecoming Queen, Makaela Lucas.
Dodd was joined in her court by two representatives from the twelfth grade class, and one representative from seventh through eleventh grades, respectively. The seventh grade representative was Kayden McGarity. McGarity is the daughter of Brandon McGarity and Kristen Fitzgerald. She was escorted by her father.
The eighth grade representative was Morgan Lauderdale, the daughter of Warren and Amanda Lauderdale. Morgan was escorted by her father.
The ninth grade representative was Madison Smith, daughter of David and Amy Smith. She was escorted by her father.
The tenth grade representative was Shelby Dodd. Shelby is the daughter of Michael and Christy Dodd and Tracy and Anthony Long. Shelby was escorted by her stepfather.
The eleventh grade representative was Katelyn Frazier, daughter of Ida Grammer. Frazier was escorted by her uncle, Eric Jackson.
Jada Hulsey was one of the senior class representatives. She is the daughter of Cynthia Hulsey, and was escorted by her uncle, Tommy Setliff.
Morgan Wilson also represented the senior class. Morgan is the daughter of Bradley and Brandy Wilson, and was escorted by her father.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there wasn’t a homecoming parade this year. Halftime homecoming activities were sponsored by the PHS Student Government Association.
See complete story in the Northwest Alabamian.