Kiko, Gromley reign over CHS prom

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Ryan Kiko and Olivia Gromley

Ryan Kiko and Olivia Gromley reigned over the 2024 Carrollton High School prom, held April 27 in the high school gym. 

Kiko was crowned by 2023 King Jaxon Rinkes while Gromley was crowned by Bobbie McGinnis.

Kiko, the son of Geno and Heather Kiko, is a member of the Warrior football, volleyball and wrestling teams. He is also a member of the Carroll County 4-H program. He plans to attend college and become a surveyor following graduation. 

Gromley, the daughter of Neil and Corinna Gromley, is a member of the Warrior softball team and National Honor Society. She is also active in the county 4-H program where she participates in Teen Leaders and is a 4-H camp counselor. She plans to attend Kent State Salem to study Early Childhood Education. 

Members of the court include seniors Mackenzie Ash, daughter of Audra and John Dominno; AJ Hadden, son of Kelly and Aaron Hadden; Eric Brackin, son of Leslie and Jim Brackin; Hope Grubb, daughter of Jeremy and Sarah Grubb; Lincoln Mallarnee, son of Kris and Liberty Mallarnee; Claire Hostetler, daughter of Amy Newsome and Matt Hostetler; Gunnar Burgett, son of  Jody and Phillip Burgett; and Phoebe Moyers, daughter of Cathy and James Moyers. 

Bradlee Dorsey, son of Amber Dorsey and Greg Dorsey, reigned as junior prince and Sofia Fernwalt, daughter of Therese Hall and Anthony Fernwalt, reigned as junior princess. 

The evening began with the longtime tradition of a promenade. Cibo’s catered the meal and On the Mic Entertainment provided DJ services. The theme was Tangled: Festival of Floating Lanterns.

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