Twenty-five seniors recognized at Senior Night

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Madison Childress

Seniors (l-r) Jackson Hughes, Matthew Allen and Tre’Shawn Brown are shocked to see that it was a kiss from their moms that they received while they were blindfolded at the senior peprally.

Maya Zeigler and Jayden Givens

For the Bulldogs’ last regular season home game, Montevallo recognized twenty-five seniors, Thursday, Friday, Oct. 27 at Senior Night.

The group included football players, cheerleaders, and members of the Marching Troubadours.  

Each senior was introduced by coach Niven with their parents.  Their high school involvements and future plans were also announced.

Football players introduced included Tre’Shawn Brown, Zac Oden, Jackson Hughes, Diego Martinez, Caleb Chappell, Matthew Allen, Nic Norris, Colin Gammon, Coty Jones, and C.J. Beasley.

“It went by very fast,” Chappell said. “It’s shocking.”

Senior cheerleaders introduced included Danielle Douglas and Dakota Dubose.

It was bittersweet night for me,”  Dubose said.  “It was honor to be on the sidelines for the past three years.”

Marching Troubadours bidded farewell to eleven seniors this year including David Davies, Marshayia Harris, Emily Tryon, Sam Reece, Katie Brown, Madison Wood, Kadie McDowell, and Ivan Diaz.

“My seniors have been an outstanding source of leadership for the band,” band director James Rodgers said.  “They have set the bar very high.  I’m very interested to see where the juniors take it next year, but our seniors will certainly be missed.”