Officials at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO), crowned Cheyenne Moyer and Josh Goff, both sophomores, as the College’s Homecoming Queen and King. The students won based on their interview, pageant, and grade point average.
Goff is the son of Brandy Kelly and is from Zena, Okla. He represented the Social Work Club. Goff is majoring in Psychology.
Moyer is the daughter of Jerry and Dyanna Moyer and is from Prairie Grove, Ark. She is an Animal Science / Agriculture Business major and is represented the Aggie Society.
As part of their responsibility as King and Queen, Moyer and Goff will represent the College by accompanying the NEO A&M President, Dr. Jeff Hale, on various trips throughout the year. They also both received a $250 Foundation scholarship.
First runner-up for King was Ben Bass who represented the Aggie Society. Bass is the son of Pete and Annette Bass and is from Fair Grove, Mo. He is majoring in Animal Nutrition.
First runner-up for Queen was Megan Montgomery who represented the Livestock Judging Team. She is the daughter of Mark & Sandy Montgomery and is from Auxvasse, Mo. Montgomery is a Pre Vet Major.
Second runner up for King was Taylor Tanner who represented the Psychology Club. He is from Jay, Okla. and is the son of Loneise Tanner.
Second runner-up for Queen was Amber Walker is a Theatre major from Beggs, Okla. Walker is the daughter of Kim & David Walker. She represented the Masquer’s Club.
Photo caption — (left to right): Dr. Jeff Hale, NEO A&M College President, Cheyenne Moyer, Queen, Josh Goff, King, and Donna Hale, First Lady of NEO