MILANO BEAUTIES—


MILANO BEAUTIES—One of these four lovely ladies in the front row will be crowned the 2009 Homecoming Queen for Milano High School during halftime ceremonies Friday at Pruitt Field. The Eagles will take on Iola at 7:30 p.m. Queen candidates are (L-R) Chelsey Burgess, daughter of Sam and Mellonie Burgess; Madison Simpson, daughter of Jack and Fawn Simpson; Christin Catalina, daughter of Carla Moore and Chris Catalina; and, Maryssa Morgan, daughter of Mark and Theresa Morgan. Class duchesses for this year's homecoming court are (back row, L-R) junior Allison Dodd, daughter of Greg Dodd and Jennifer Dodd; sophomore Alicia Tibbitts, daughter of Richard and Michelle Tibbitts; and, freshman Hayleigh LaGrone, daughter of Chad and Sherry LaGrone. MILANO BEAUTIES—One of these four lovely ladies in the front row will be crowned the 2009 Homecoming Queen for Milano High School during halftime ceremonies Friday at Pruitt Field. The Eagles will take on Iola at 7:30 p.m. Queen candidates are (L-R) Chelsey Burgess, daughter of Sam and Mellonie Burgess; Madison Simpson, daughter of Jack and Fawn Simpson; Christin Catalina, daughter of Carla Moore and Chris Catalina; and, Maryssa Morgan, daughter of Mark and Theresa Morgan. Class duchesses for this year's homecoming court are (back row, L-R) junior Allison Dodd, daughter of Greg Dodd and Jennifer Dodd; sophomore Alicia Tibbitts, daughter of Richard and Michelle Tibbitts; and, freshman Hayleigh LaGrone, daughter of Chad and Sherry LaGrone.


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