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Homecoming 2019 draws crowd to Erskine campus


Erskine College carried on with its Homecoming Court ceremony  despite some brief showers Saturday, Oct. 5, when seniors Alex Bass, a business administration major from Clover, S.C., and Katie Epps, a special education major from Belton, S.C., were crowned homecoming king and queen. The event took place during halftime of the men’s soccer match against Limestone College on Huggins Field.

The court ceremony was one of numerous slated homecoming activities for Homecoming 2019, including a packed-out concert featuring the Choraleers and Sinfonia on Friday night and a well-attended Erskine Football Exhibition early Saturday evening.

Other members of the homecoming court included Quest Caines of Harlem, Ga., and Amaya Richardson of Boiling Springs, S.C., freshman prince and princess; Josh Starnes of Clover, S.C., and Ann Rose Conner of Greenville, S.C., sophomore prince and princess; and Grayson Reames of Simpsonville, S.C., and Anna Daly of Lake Wales, Fla., junior prince and princess.

Nominees were also recognized at halftime, and included freshmen Eric Washington and Sara Cervantes; sophomores Graham McCurry and Faith Wright; juniors LeBrone Woodbury and Lily Cazel; and seniors Alex Leasure and Chely McKoy.


Click here to see more photos of the homecoming court.


Erskine and Due West Skyline

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