Contributed by Shondae Brown / SUSCC
(WADLEY) Southern Union State Community College crowned its 2021 Homecoming Queen and King on March 23. Erica Lovvorn was crowned Southern Union’s Homecoming Queen and Brock Young was named Homecoming King.
Lovvorn is the daughter of Eric and Shelia Lovvorn from Ranburne. She attends Southern Union on an athletic scholarship for cheerleading. She serves as the vice president of the Student Government Association for the Wadley Campus, a residence hall assistant and is an active member of the Phi Theta Kappa, Sigma Kappa Delta, the Global Environmental Organization for Students and Residence Hall Council. She plans to transfer to Auburn University to pursue a degree in physical therapy.
Young is the son of Bart Young and Michelle Ward from Ranburne. He attends Southern Union on an athletic scholarship for baseball. He serves as the president of the Southern Union Baseball Club, has been a Bison Campus Ministry speaker, served as a Southern Union ambassador at the Career Expo and participated in Clean Home Alabama. He plans to transfer to a four year University pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Education.
Candidates for the Homecoming Court were nominated by members of the student body. The queen and king were selected based on popular vote among the students. Other members of the Homecoming Court were: Will Hyche of Phenix City, Camell Looney of Leeds, Ruth Ellen Mock of Fayetteville, Arkansas and Daleya Scaife of Auburn.
Southern Union State Community College has campuses located in Wadley, Opelika and Valley. For more information regarding Student Life at Southern Union contact Stephanie Railey at 256-395-2211.