A young woman from Owensboro and a young man from Somerset were crowned the University of Kentucky's homecoming queen and king.
Lee Foster, a senior economics and marketing major with a minor in international business, and Colby Hall, a senior biology major and Spanish minor, were crowned during halftime ceremonies at the football game versus Mississippi State Saturday, according to a UK news release.
Foster is the daughter of Joe and Winnie Foster of Owensboro and serves in leadership for DanceBlue, the Economics Society, the Wildcat Student Organization and Alpha Delta Pi sorority. She is a member of the UK Honors Program and works as a campus tour guide, according to the Student Activities Board website.
Hall is the son of Doug and Tina Hall of Somerset and is involved in leadership of the UK Student Government Association, DanceBlue and his fraternity, Alpha Tau Omega, according to the site.
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Other finalists for queen and king were:
■ Anne Marie Kirk, a senior communications and mathematics double major, daughter of Dr. Michael and Debbie Kirk, from Lexington, sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta.
■ Whitney Scott, a senior art history major, daughter of William and Diane Scott from Lexington, sponsored by Phi Gamma Delta.
■ Kathleen Smith, a senior mining engineering major, daughter of Tim and Robin Smith from Prestonsburg, sponsored by Delta Delta Delta.
■ Kaley Tabor, a senior, daughter of Nickie Mabry and Doug Tabor from Morristown, Tenn., sponsored by Delta Tau Delta.
■ Roshan Palli, a senior mathematical economics, economics, mathematics and political science major, son of Dr. Subba and Usha Palli from Lexington, sponsored by Delta Sigma Phi.
■ Jared Scott, a senior finance major, son of Curtis and Vanessa Scott, sponsored by the UK Black Student Union.
■ Devon Wilson, a senior psychology and political science major, son of Stephanie and Michael Carter from Paducah, sponsored by Beta Theta Pi.
■ Jonathan York, a senior anthropology and history major from Louisville, sponsored by DanceBlue.