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Lexa Carney crowned EHS Homecoming Queen

  • Lexa Carney is crowned Eldorado Homecoming Queen on Friday night.

    Lexa Carney is crowned Eldorado Homecoming Queen on Friday night.
    Travis DeNeal/Eldorado Journal

  • The Eldorado homecoming court.

    The Eldorado homecoming court.
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  • TRAVIS DENEAL PHOTO Lexa Carney smiles as she receives her bouquet from Taylor Gass upon being named 2017 Eldorado Homecoming Queen. Gass was the 2016  homecoming queen.

    TRAVIS DENEAL PHOTO Lexa Carney smiles as she receives her bouquet from Taylor Gass upon being named 2017 Eldorado Homecoming Queen. Gass was the 2016 homecoming queen.
    Travis DeNeal/Eldorado Journal

 
 
updated: 10/11/2017 11:28 AM

ELDORADO -- Eldorado High School senior Lexa Carney was crowned EHS Homecoming Queen in a Friday night ceremony at the high school, and Jacob Traxler was crowned Homecoming King.

Carney is the daughter of Tara and Scott Artman and Amber and Alex Carney. Traxler is the son of Denise Traxler and Mark Traxler.

Other candidates for queen and king were Emilie Farmer, daughter of Sarah and Jason Farmer, Rachel Stafford, daughter of Tracy and Tim Stafford, Olivia Parker, daughter of Angela and James Parker, Garrett Canimore, son of Kelly Canimore and grandson of Jeanna Canimore, Kale Oglesby, son of Valera and Keith Oglesby, and Braden Attebury, son of Angie and John Attebury.

Carney received her crown and bouquet from 2016 retiring queen Taylor Gass.

Junior attendants were Shainna Ralston, Faith Hooper, Garrik Quertermous and Justin Mace. Sophomore attendants were Lauryn Hampton, Molly Williams, Blakely Watt and Evan Coyle. Freshman attendants were Liza Carney, Jimma Gass, Bradley Boulds and Aiden Whitlock.