Homecoming Royalty crowned at Potomac State
Homecoming royalty was recently crowned at Potomac State College of West Virginia University and includes (l-r): Homecoming Prince Kevin Brown, Homecoming King Jesse Cook, Homecoming Queen Carlyse Phillips, and Homecoming Princess Tori Beeman.
Potomac State College of West Virginia University recently crowned Homecoming Royalty during homecoming activities at the College.
Carlyse Phillips, a business technology major from Cincinnati, Ohio, was crowned as the 73rd Homecoming Queen. Phillips is a graduate of Withrow International High School and the daughter of Deborah Phillips and Carlos Phillips II. She will also serve as a princess at the 2013 Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester, Va. in the spring.
Jesse Cook, a mathematics major from Lost River, W.Va., was crowned as the 18th Homecoming King. Cook is a member of the Student Government Association where he serves as the representative on the Advisory Council of Students. He is a graduate of East Hardy High School located in Baker, W.Va. and the son of Glen and Sandra Cook.
Tori Beeman, a pre-pharmacy major from Martinsburg, W.Va., was crowned as the 16th Homecoming Princess. Beeman is a graduate of Martinsburg High School and the daughter of Bridgette Hott.
Kevin Brown II, a business administration major from Woodbridge, Va., was crowned as the 15th Homecoming Prince. Brown is a graduate of Gar Field Senior High School and the son of Kevin and Diondrea Brown.