Ayanna Miller crowned Homecoming Queen

Ayanna Miller, senior homecoming queen candidate (pictured second from left) was crowned the 2020-21 Davis High School Homecoming Queen. She is joined by junior, Kayanna Adams; 2019 homecoming queen, Presley Warren; and sophomore, Alexis Davis. The flower girl for the night was Daryn Owens the crown bearer was Connor White.

Davis senior, Ayanna Miller was crowned the 2020 Davis football Homecoming Queen. Her coronation was at the Wolves’ first home game of the season on Sept. 18.

Miller is the daughter of Delyssa Daniel and Craig Miller and big sister to Keyara, Makayla and Brooke. Her grandparents are Melinda Guinn of Coalgate, David and Debbie Lamb of Sherman, Texas and her great-Grandparents are Doug and Joy Smith of Coalgate.

She was named the 2020-2021 Who’s Who Most Friendly and is involved in fast pitch softball, cheer, track, Executives, BPA, student council and has been a class officer all four years of high school.

After graduation, Miller plans to attend Murray State College, then attend Oklahoma State University to become a Veterinarian.

Miller was escorted by Wolf senior, Ty Birkes. Birkes is the son of Diane Birkes and the late Jim Birkes. He is younger brother to Dylon Teeter, Lydia Birkes and Kyla Birkes. His grandparents are Gayle and Geneal Frederick and Pete Birkes of Chouteau, Okla.

Birkes is a member of the Central Church Fellowship of Believers and is involved in football, basketball, track, golf, FCA and BPA. He was voted the 2020-2021 Who’s Who Biggest Wolf.

He enjoys hanging out with his friends and family and going fishing. Birkes currently attends SouthernTech and is pursuing a career in Heat, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning.

The junior candidate was Kayanna Adams. Adams is the daughter of Scotty and Lacey Adams, big sister to Sevy Adams and Gage Adams. Her grandparents are Steve and Lisa Adams and Larry and Debbie Bentley.

Adams is a member of the Central Church Fellowship of Believers and is involved in Executives, Student Council, Wolf Media, and is a journalist for the Daily Ardmorite. She is also a four-time All-State vocalist. She plans to attend college and major in Vocal music and pursue a career in music.

Adams was escorted by senior, Tanner Claxton. He is the son of Keith and Brandy Claxton, little brother to Hannah Claxton and big brother to Newt. Claxton’s grandparents are Glen and Judy Hale and Kenny and Georgia Claxton.

He is a member of the Dougherty Baptist Church and is involved in football, baseball and FCA. Claxton was voted the 2020-2021 Who’s Who Most Athletic. He enjoys spending time with his friends, hunting and fishing. After high school, he plans to attend East Central University and major in Health and Safety.

The sophomore queen candidate was Alexis Davis. She is the daughter of Tina Davis and Brandon Hawkins, little sister to Brooke Davis and Kirsten Bridgeman. Her grandparents are David and Martha Casey.

Davis is a member of the Hennepin First Baptist church and is involved in golf and BPA. She enjoys being with her friends, cheering on the Wolves from the student section and watching the drumline every Friday night. She plans to attend the University of Colorado in Boulder and major in nursing and psychology.

MONOPOLY! The junior class won the float competition with their intricate version of the game Monopoly wowing the crowds at the Homecoming Parade. The parade’s theme “Board Games” brought creativity out in everyone. The sophomores brought home second place honors, the freshmen took third place and the seniors came in fourth.

Davis was escorted by senior, Chase Warren. He is the son of Kevin and Camille Warren. His grandparents are Debbie Allison and the late Charlie Allison, the late Lannie Warren and Cathy Lauderdale and the late Lawrence Lauderdale.

Warren is a member of the Hennepin First Baptist Church and is involved in football, powerlifting and FFA. He was voted the 2020-2020 Who’s Who Best Personality.

Warren is very passionate about hunting and fishing. He plans to attend Murray State College, pursing his RN license and continuing his education to become a nurse anesthetist.

Crowning the queen this year was Davis senior, Colin Dulaney. Dulaney is the son of Bob and LaTisha Dulaney, little brother to Hallee Knight, Konlee Dulaney and Brinlee Dulaney. His grandparents are Bill and Reba Dulaney, the late Jean Dulaney and Van and Janet Buskirk.

Dulaney attends the First Baptist Church and is involved in football, basketball, baseball, FFA and FCA. He was named the 2020-2021 Who’s Who Mr. DHS. He enjoys hanging with his friends, fishing, hunting and working on the family farm. Dulaney plans to attend college and major in Ag Business.

The flower girl this year was Daryn Owens and the crown bearer was Conner White. Owens is the daughter of Trey and Lori Owens, little sister to Dax Owens and Dyce Owens. Her grandparents are Kel and Kelly Owens and Larry and Eva Muck.

Owens is in Mrs. Vinyard’s kindergarten class. She attends the First Free Will Baptist Church in Sulphur. She enjoys cheering for her brothers in every sport they are in. Owens loves playing with her friends and her dog, Dash. Owens hopes to become a cheerleader for the Davis Wolves when she gets bigger.

White is the son of Cassie White and the late Nick White, little brother to Jennifer and Alexandra, and big brother to Phoebe and Addison. His grandparents are Denise White, David White and Tommy and Renae Cothren.

White is in Mrs. Vinyard’s kindergarten class. He attends the Church of Christ in Pauls Valley. His late father, Nick White, was a member of the Wolves football team and graduated from Davis in 2001.

With his lifelong love of football, Big Nick was always the first player through the “breakthrough” on the field. Number 50’s enthusiasm revved-up the Wolf Pack from 1998-2000. White shares his dad’s enthusiasm for football and currently plays flag football.

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