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Rogers High To Celebrate Color Day

Coronation Of Queen Taylor Strickland Will Take Place Between Games

Posted: January 31, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Colors Day 2013 is Friday at Rogers High School. Reigning over activities will be row one, from left, basketball bearer Maxim Gilmer and crownbearer Gabi Oliveri; row two, from left, King Keifer Holt and Queen Taylor Strickland; row three, from left, seniors Mary Claire Farnan, Edgar Ramirez, Andrea Sosa, Clayton Harmon, Kaitlin Rhodes, Samantha Warren and Zach Jones; row 4, from left, juniors Victor Calderon, Ariana Munoz, Nolan Farnan, Alyssa Corral, Brett Gentz and Cassandra Trexler; row 5, from left, sophomores Isaac Raphael, Jordan Maass, Zach Street, Taylor Atwell, Carson McCullough and Libby Ganoung; row 6, from left, freshmen Harrison Heffley, Alice Arevelo, Sage White, Ashlyn Lang, Hunter Bayles and Amber Turner. Not pictured is senior Matthew Brown.

Color Day 2013 will be celebrated at Rogers High School on Friday when the Mountaineers host the Springdale High School Bulldogs. The Color Day court was chosen by members of the Mountie basketball teams and the student body.

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