Madilynn Baker reigns as CHS homecoming queen

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Madi Baker is CHS Homecoming Queen.

Carrollton senior Madilynn Baker was crowned 2022 fall homecoming queen during a ceremony prior to the Carrollton vs Alliance football game Friday night.
Baker, the daughter of Brent and Shannon Baker of Carrollton and the late Jennifer Baker, is active in numerous school and community activities.
At CHS, she is a member of the Future Farmers of America, CHS Club, Youth-to-Youth, prom committee, Spanish Club, Student Council and National Honor Society, She is a two-year member of the cheerleading squad and has been a mentor to younger students for three years.
She is also an active member of the Carroll County 4-H program, where she shows dairy cows and serves as the county dairy princess. She is also a Big Brother Big Sister volunteer.
Baker has served as class president two years, National Honor Society president and FFA president and secretary.

She attends Baxter’s Ridge United Methodist Church and plans to attend college to major in agriculture and extensive education.
She was crowned by 2021 Queen Alli Stackhouse.
Members of her court include Molly Brace, daughter of Beau and Marissa Brace; Maddie Burgett, daughter of Bryan and Amy Burgett, Lauren Marmo, daughter of Steve and Jill Marmo and Ellie Lynn Shafer, daughter of Darrell Shafer and Stephanie Roudebush.

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