Andrea Gaytan of Batesville, Ark., and Corbitt Cooper of Brinkley, Ark., have been crowned the Homecoming queen and king at Williams Baptist University. The coronation took place Saturday, Nov. 3, during Homecoming festivities at WBU.
Gaytan, a senior psychology major, is the daughter of Noe and Miriam Gayton of Batesville. Cooper, also a senior, is a double major in physical education and history, and he is the son of David and Melanie Cooper of Brinkley.
Also on the Homecoming court were seniors Ashley Lyons of Vilonia, Ark., and Tabor McGraw of McGehee, Ark. Lyons is the daughter of Jimmy and Sandy Lyons, while McGraw is the son of John and Amanda McGraw.
Representing the junior class on the court were Katherine Junkersfield of Pocahontas, Ark., and C.J. Cara of Bartlett, Tenn. Junkersfield is the daughter of Jeff and Leah Evers, and Cara is the son of Chris and Penny Cara.
Sophomores on the Homecoming court were Camryn Martin of Marion, Ark., and Jake Short of Jonesboro, Ark. Martin is the daughter of Holli and Troy Martin, while Short is the son of Walt Short and Sharon Veteto.
The freshman class was represented by Rebecca Brown of Jacksonville, Ark., and Read Parker of Mountain Home. Brown is the daughter of Jackie Brown and Keisha Harris, and Parker is the son of James and Nikki Wood.
The Homecoming court and the king and queen were selected by a vote of the WBU student body.
Williams is a private, Christian university in Walnut Ridge.