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Farmington Presents Colors Day 2023

by Mark Humphrey | January 18, 2023 at 11:55 a.m.
Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Sophomore maid Brooklyn Clark, daughter of Annette Clark, escorted by her mother.

FARMINGTON -- Farmington welcomed basketball fans to the school's 2023 Color's Day festivities, showcasing the Color's Day Court prior to varsity games against Gentry on Friday at Cardinal Arena.

The court included sophomore maid Brooklyn Clark, daughter of Annette Clark, escorted by her mother, sophomore maid Kate Polley, daughter of Mandy Polley and Beau Polley, escorted by her father.

There were three junior maids, Kyra Kick, daughter of Brian and Asberene Kick and Jessica Kick, escorted by her father; Sara Sisk, daughter of Paul and Misty Sisk, escorted by her father; and Layla Watkins, daughter of Chris and Cassidy Watkins, escorted by her father.

There were four 2023 senior king candidates, Caleb Blakely, son of David and Laura Blakely, escorted by his mom; Peyton Funk, son of Cory and Robby Funk, escorted by his mom; Carter Moad, son of Chris and Kylie Moad, escorted by his mom; and Scout Morrison, son of Jarod and Becky Morrison, escorted by his mom.

The 2023 attendants sported school spirit. Carrying the king's trophy was J.J. Brotherton, son of Jimmy and Darcy Brotherton. Carrying the crown was Kambri Crutchfield, daughter of Dylan and Sheyene Crutchfield. The attendants were escorted by 2022 Color's Day queen, Catherine Warren.

Last to be introduced were the four 2023 senior queen candidates, Carley Adams, daughter of Neil Adams and Sherry Adams, escorted by her father; Micah Breann Foster, daughter of Kyle and Mindy Foster, escorted by her father; Jenna Lawrence, daughter of Jason and Mandy Lawrence, escorted by her father; and Lindsey Scogin, daughter of Ryan and Sharon Scogin, escorted by her father.

Peyton Funk and Jenna Lawrence were crowned king and queen.

  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Sophomore maid Kate Polley, daughter of Mandy Polley and Beau Polley, escorted by her father.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Junior maid Kyra Kick, daughter of Brian and Asberene Kick and Jessica Kick, escorted by her father.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Junior maid Sara Sisk, daughter of Paul and Misty Sisk, escorted by her father.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Junior maid Layla Watkins, daughter of Chris and Cassidy Watkins, escorted by her father.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Senior king candidate Caleb Blakely, son of David and Laura Blakely, escorted by his mom.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Senior king candidate Peyton Funk, son of Cory and Robby Funk, escorted by his mom.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Senior king candidate Carter Moad, son of Chris and Kylie Moad, escorted by his mom.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Senior king candidate Scout Morrison, son of Jarod and Becky Morrison, escorted by his mom.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Carrying the king’s trophy is J.J. Brotherton, son of Jimmy and Darcy Brotherton. Carrying the crown is Kambri Crutchfield, daughter of Dylan and Sheyene Crutchfield. The attendants were escorted by 2022 Color’s Day queen, Catherine Warren.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Senior queen candidate Carley Adams, daughter of Neil Adams and Sherry Adams, escorted by her father.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Senior queen candidate Micah Breann Foster, daughter of Kyle and Mindy Foster, escorted by her father.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Senior queen candidate Jenna Lawrence, daughter of Jason and Mandy Lawrence, escorted by her father.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Senior queen candidate Lindsey Scogin, daughter of Ryan and Sharon Scogin, escorted by her father.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Farmington senior Jenna Lawrence is crowned 2023 Colors Day queen by her father, Jason Lawrence, during coronation ceremonies held at Cardinal Arena prior to varsity basketball games against Gentry on Friday, Jan. 13, 2023. Jenna Lawrence changed costumes and suited up in girls basketball gear to help the Lady Cardinals stay undefeated in conference play with a 56-37 win.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Farmington senior Jenna Lawrence, 2023 Colors Day queen, was escorted by her father, Jason Lawrence, during coronation ceremonies held at Cardinal Arena prior to varsity basketball games against Gentry on Friday, Jan. 13, 2023. Jenna Lawrence went from elegant young lady to basketball warrior, switching uniforms to help the Lady Cardinals stay undefeated in conference play with a 56-37 victory.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Farmington 2023 Colors Day king Peyton Funk was escorted by his mother, Robby Funk, during coronation ceremonies held on Friday, Jan. 13, 2023, at Cardinal Arena.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader Senior Jenna Lawrence was crowned queen and senior Peyton Funk crowned king during Farmington's Colors Day coronation held Friday, Jan. 13, 2023, at Cardinal Arena.
 
 
  photo  Carol Bundsgaard Special to the Enterprise-Leader The entire cast of Farmington's 2023 Colors Day court assembled for a group photo after the coronation ceremonies prior to varsity basketball games against Gentry on Friday, Jan. 13, 2023, at Cardinal Arena. Seniors Peyton Funk and Jenna Lawrence were crowned king and queen, respectively.
 
 

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