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It was a great night to celebrate as the Central Cougars took the win against Autaugaville with a score of 58-34, ending the season with a 3-7 record. The celebration started pre-game as Central recognized 10 seniors from the band, cheer and football programs.
Kamora Wilson, who has been a member of the Pride of Coosa County band for six years, was escorted by her mother, Shameka Ross, and her father, Jonathan Wilson.
Rebekah Burton, who has cheered for three years, was escorted by her father, Reverend Tracy Burton; her mother, Alison Burton; and her sister, Erin Burton.
Kristasia Harkins, who has cheered for a year, was escorted by her mom, Lakisha Carter; her bonus mom, Renae Harkins; and her dad, Chris Harkins.
Devin Taylor, who has also cheered for one year, was escorted by her aunt, Jenifer Hicks.
Elisha Hayes, who has played football for six years, was escorted by his dad, Greg Hayes.
Cassidy Howard, who has also played football for six years, was escorted by his mother, Seneatha Odem, and his father, Gerry Walker.
Ethan Moore has played football for six years, as well, and was escorted by his parents, Carrie Boswell Moore and Charles Moore.
Elijah Richardson has played football for five years and was escorted by his parents, Shavon and Kenyarta Richardson.
Jordan Stansbury, who has played football for three years, was escorted by his mom, Angela Stansbury, and grandpa, Robert Stansbury.
Lastly, Devin Sweet, who has played football for four years, was escorted by his parents, Janet and Marcus Sweet, and his older brother, DeMarcus Sweet.
We are proud of our seniors for all the work they have put into their respective programs. We are also thankful to their parents and families for their support, as well as the director of the band, Daryl Ingram; the cheerleading sponsor, Breezy Johnson; and the head football coach, Shundell Russaw; for the countless hours you have dedicated to the development of our students. It was a great season and one in which the seniors have many positive memories to hold in their hearts. Cougar Pride!