In the annual Homecoming Day on February 11, the 2006 Homecoming Court was introduced and the 2006 Homecoming King and Queen were announced between the women’s and men’s basketball games.
Kimberly Gordon from Rabun Gap, GA, is crowned 2006 Homecoming Queen.

Ladies on the Homecoming Court included Brittni Adkison, a freshman from Warner Robins; Samantha Cash, a freshman from Cleveland; Zoie Cole, a sophomore from Smyrna; Katie Cooper, a senior from Murrayville; Erin Drake, a sophomore from Grayson; Kimberly Gordon, a junior from Rabun Gap; Kimberly Gould, a sophomore from Palmetto; Jana Parks, a junior from Gainesville; and Christina Wingo, a freshman from Augusta.

Men on the Homecoming Court included William Buchanan, a junior from Fayetteville; Tyler Cook, a freshman from Marietta; Chris Davidson, a sophomore from Gainesville; Stephen Fountain, a junior from Opp, AL; Jonathan Huff, a senior from Lilburn; Timothy

Billy Buchanan of Fayetteville, GA, was chosen 2006 Homecoming King at TMC.

Johnson, a freshman from Lilburn; Zack Phillips, a freshman from Stockbridge; Doug Porter, a sophomore from Dillard; and Jimmy Simpson, a sophomore from Warner Robins.

The 2006 Homecoming King, William Buchanan, was recognized in absentia because it was necessary for him to be out of town. The 2006 Homecoming Queen, Kimberly Gordon, was crowned before the enthusiastic crowd of fans present for the Homecoming ceremony.

The 2006 Homecoming Court at TMC
Front row, L-R: Erin Drake, Jana Parks, Samantha Cash, Christina Wingo, Katie Cooper, Brittni Adkison, Kim Gordon, Kim Gould, Zoie Cole
Back row, L-R: Stephen Fountain, Tim Johnson, Jon Huff, Zack Phillips, Doug Porter, Chris Davidson, Tyler Cook, (not present for photo: Billy Buchanan).
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