Miller is Crowned Homecoming Queen 2019

The O’Neal School presented its homecoming court 2019 on Thursday December 19th after varsity basketball games. Senior Isabella “Bella” Miller was voted Homecoming Queen 2019. She was escorted by Bryce Samples ‘19 and her little buddies Nora King, Gracie Martinez, and Wyatt Trepanier. Bella is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Miller of West End.

The Homecoming Court was: Freshman Kanye McKeithan escorted by freshman Kendall Moore, sophomore Morin Samples escorted by Stefan Woolley ‘19, junior Tea Waldt escorted by Kenan Dail, senior Ang Carr escorted by senior Andrew Lewis, senior Bella Miller escorted by Bryce Samples ‘19, senior Natalie Williams escorted by Tyler Weaver, junior HannahMae Huge escorted by junior Sam Turner, sophomore Caelan McHarney escorted by her sisters Callie and Coco McHarney, freshman Alex Lapple escorted by freshman Phillip Hancock.

Little Buddies were  Miles Harrell, Natalie Browning, Nora King, Gracie Martinez, Julie Wilson, Grace Hoffman, Wyatt Trepanier
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