Allyson Neep and Josiah Sellers were named the first-ever Wilson Tigers football royalty Friday night.
Need received her crown in pre-game ceremonies then watched as the Tigers won their first game of the season 54-8 against Eagle Point.
Neep is the daughter of Stephanie Neep and Daniel Neep. She is the granddaughter of Anthony and Rachel Simmons, Danny Neep and Amanda Titherington. Ally is a Junior at Wilson and her activities include basketball, softball, cheerleading, Robotics, FFA, FCA, NHS, and spending time with the youth group at Dewar First Baptist Church as well as her family and her boyfriend, Cole and his family. Ally is also enrolled in the Digital Media program at Green Country Technology Center.
Sellers is the son of Jennifer Sellers, Robbie and Brittney Sellers. He is the grandson of Rebecca and Harold Thompson, Betty and Stanford Sellers. Josiah is involved in a variety of sports. His activities include basketball, football, baseball, and track. In his time away from school, Joe enjoys spending time with his friends.
Flower girl and crown bearer were Rylie Ann Waggoner and Caleb McKinney.
Waggoner is the daughter of Mary Horn and Nathon Waggnor. She is also the granddaughter of Julie and Larry Branson, Everett Horn, Serena and Kevin Gable, BJ and Melanie Waggnor. Her great grandparents include Dorothy and the late Emmett Gotcher, Larry and Linda Branson, Jewell and Elmer Leffler, Bill and Karen Waggnor and Everett and Shirley Horn. Rylie is in Mrs. Proctor's kindergarten glass. When not in school, Rylie enjoys tumbling and loves the rodeo.
McKinney is the son of Chris and Dawn McKinney and the grandson of Clifford and Loretta McKinney. Caleb is from Ms. Manns' pre-kindergarten class. He enjoys helping his dad, as well as others, playing with farm toys, attending church and spending time with his older brother and sister.
Alexis Baldwin and Chance Edmundson: Baldwin is the daughter of Carolyn and Chris Peavler and the granddaughter of Gordon and Mary Baldwin, Shirley and Carl Peavler. Alexis spends much of her time cheering or creating ways to improve the cheer team. Away from school, Alexis spends a majority of her time with her boyfriend, Chance, and his family. Edmundson is the son of Jim and Donna Edmundson, Mike Sellers and Lori Edmundson. He is the grandson of Tommy McAfee and the late Carol McAfee. Chance spends much of his time involved in sports. His activities include basketball, football, and baseball.
Autumn Jade Michelle Barnard and James Price: Barnard is the daughter of Christina Capps and Jason Barnard. She is the granddaughter of Carmel Barnard. Autumn's activities include basketball and softball. Price is a senior at both Wilson Schools and Green Country Technology Center. Price is the son of Terra and Jim Price and the grandson of David and Vee Bryant, Jim and Judy Price. James' activities include football, basketball, National Honor Society, Robotics and Fellowship of Christian Students. He is enrolled in the computer aided drafting program at Green Country Technology Center.
Hanna Tarkington and Tristan Sellers: Tarkington is a junior at Wilson School. She is the daughter of Ricky and Lori Tarkington and honorary child of Amy Slone and the granddaughter of Rick and Mona Tarkington, Ken and Linda Williams, Carol and Donna Donathan-Wesson and Brenda Slone. Hanna's activities include Fellowship of Christian Students. Softball, cheerleading, FFA Treasurer one year, current class secretary, Robotics two years, and National Honor Society. Hanna enjoys spending time with her family and her youth group at church. Sellers is the son of Jennifer Sellers and Robbie Sellers and the grandson of Sanford and Betty Harold and Rebecca Thompson. Tristan's activities include Fellowship of Christian Athletes, the National Honor society, basketball and football.
Shayna Silkwood and Kyler Hopkins: Silkwood is the daughter of Scott and Brandi Silkwood and the granddaughter of Everett and Teresa Grist, Charles' Silkwood, Glenda Brinkley and the late Ralph Brinkley. Her high school activities include FFA Reporter one year, member of the National Honor Society two years, showing FFA animals three years, and yearbook one year. She also enjoys spending her time fishing. Hopkins is the son of john and Sandra Cargola and the grandson of Gera1d Shaw, Donna and Mike Cargola. His school activities include baseball, basketball, and football. In his free time, Kyler enjoys hunting and fishing and being with his friends and family.