Chipola Homecoming Court
Madison Kincaid was crowned Chipola College Homecoming Queen,
and Tyre Myrick was crowned Mr. Chipola on Feb. 17. Members of
the Homecoming Court are, from left: sophomore Grace Wester of
Grand Ridge, sophomore Destin Dawson of Dothan, sophomore
Cristina Ramirez of Graceville, sophomore Jack Craven of Marianna,
Homecoming Queen Madison Kincaid of Marianna, Mr. Chipola Tyre
Myrick of Graceville, freshman Bailey Foxworth of Bonifay, freshman
Brock Harris of Bonifay, freshman Tazjhani Baker of Marianna and
freshman Cameron Williams of Malone.
Chipola Math Honorary inducts Members First Homecoming Queen returns to Chipola
Myrtice Register Bradley, Chipola College’s first Homecoming
Queen (1948), returned to her alma mater for Homecoming
on Feb. 17. Some two dozen former queens and Mr. Chipola
winners also attended. Pictured from left, are: Chipola President
Dr. Sarah Clemmons,Tammy Denise Olds Billups (1986 Queen),
Myrtice Register Bradley (1948) and Gloria Arnold Davis (1968
The Chipola chapter Chipola Theatre’s presentation of Disney’s
of Mu Alpha Theta, The LIttle Mermaid makes a huge splash with
a national honorary
mathematics club, recently SOLD OUT shows! Great job, cast & crew!
held an initiation for new
members. Pictured are old
and new members and
sponsors, from left (front):
Lana Wood, Citlali Gutierrez, Allie Ann McCord, Tanner Andress,
Evan Haser, Kendall Guthrie, Savana Carter,Ann Marie Brown, (back)
Jennifer Snowden, Katie Everett, Thomas Rudolph, Garrett McDaniel,
Melany Sheldon, Hayden White, Daniel Tillman, Logan Weiler,
Whitley Pettis, Bailey Singletary, Sawyer O’Bryan, and adviser, Joy
Ree Ashmore. Not pictured are Kacy Lawson and Valerie Sims.
Young IrelandersThe The Chipola Artist Series presents The Young Irelanders, Tuesday, March 13,
at 7 p.m. in the Prough Center for the Arts.
The Young Irelanders is comprised of eight sensational performers who have
Irish traditional music, song and dance running through their veins. Between
them, they have performed for many heads of state, Presidents of Ireland, US
Presidents, the Queen of England, the President of China, Prince Albert of
Monaco, Empress Michiko of Japan and more. They also have performed at
Radio City Music Hall.
Don’t miss the chance to enjoy Ireland’s traditions of music, song and dance
in the hands of some of the world’s most talented young performers. More at
Tickets—$25 for adults, $10 for children under 18, and $5 for Chipola
students and employees.
For more information, call the Center for the Arts Box Office at 850-718-
2420 or visit www.chipola.edu/boxoffice.
Chipola Indians headed to State Basketball Tournament
The Chipola Indians will play Eastern Florida State in the opening round of the FCSAA/
NJCAA Region VIII Men’s Basketball Tournament, Wednesday, March 7, at 8 p.m. (EST) in
A win would put Chipola in the semi-finals on Friday, March 9, at 3 p.m. (EST) to face the
winner of Indian River vs. St. Petersburg. The single elimination tournament concludes with
the championship, Saturday, March 10, at 5 p.m. (EST).
The Indians are representing the Panhandle Conference as the second place team. If Chipola
makes it to the championship, they could face conference foe Northwest Florida State. Chipola
has beaten Northwest once All-Conference Players
in the teams’ three regular
Chipola scored an 80-69
win over Gulf Coast in the
final regular season game on
Brandon Mahan led the
Indians with 19 points and 8 Mahan Kennedy Howard
rebounds. TJ Howard scored
13 points. Deric Patton had 12.
Shamarkus Kennedy and Keishawn Brewton each scored 10.
Six Chipola players were named to Panhandle All-
Conference: First Team—Brandon Mahan (Freshman of the
Year), Shamarkus Kennedy and TJ Howard; Second Team—
Yuat Alok, Keishawn Brewton and CJ Williamson. For
information on the tournament, visit http://bit.ly/2HR07ci Alok Brewton Williamson
All-Conference Players Chipola Lady Indians
Four Chipola Lady Indians were
named to the Panhandle All-Conference
team. Pictured from left, are: Courtajia
Sanders (Freshman of the Year), Valerie
Nestbitt, Namiko Adams and Tyra
Sanders Nesbitt Adams Johnson
1-4 Spring Theatre Prod., Disney’s The Little Mermaid,
2 Chipola Baseball vs. Grand Rapids- 1 pm.
3 Chipola Baseball vs. Grand Rapids- 12 pm
3 CAAP Exam for all AA Spring Grads
4 Chipola Softball vs. Kankakee- 1& 3 pm.
4 Spring Theatre Prod., Disney’s The Little Mermaid,
6 Chipola Baseball vs. Tallahassee- 5 pm.
7 Deadline for all Class Schedule Changes Sum.
7 Southeastern Theatre Conference – Mobile, AL
8 Chipola Softball vs. Lake Michigan- 2& 4 pm.
Marine Corps PLC meeting set 8 Chipola Baseball vs. Tallahassee- 5 pm.
Chipola invites students interested
in becoming a commissioned officer 9 ACT Reg. Deadline for April Exam
in the U.S. Marine Corps to attend our
next meeting at 11:30 a.m., Thursday, 13 Artist Series Event: The Young Irelanders
March 8, in Building Z, Room
116 (Jackson Hall), on the Chipola 14 Night Student Social, Cafeteria 7p.
Students will learn how they can 15 Deadline for Found. Scholarships Sum. I & II‘08
enroll in a bachelor’s degree program
at Chipola; receive guidance, training, 17 Chipola Softball vs. Pensacola- 1& 3pm.
and mentoring from the Marines; and
continue working toward the goal of President’s Reading Winner 19-23 Spring Break Holidays- College Closed
earning a commission as a second 21 Chipola Softball vs. Tallahassee- 4 & 6 pm.
lieutenant in the Marine Corps after Some 140 students from 12 area high
In addition to scholarships and/or schools recently competed in Chipola’s 24 Chipola Softball vs. Northwest Florida- 1&3 pm.
stipends, Marine Corps PLC students Twenty-Eighth Annual Throssell Literature/ 24 Chipola Baseball vs. Pensacola- 1 & 3:30 pm.
have the opportunity to participate in Language Festival. Here, (right) Mikayla
leadership, physical fitness events,
and team-building activities. Morgan of Bethlehem High School is 29 Last Day to withdraw from a Class - Spring
For information, visit https:// presented the award by Chipola Vice 31 Chipola Baseball vs. Northwest Florida- 1 & 4 pm.
www.thebalance.com/united-states- President of Student Affairs, Dr. Pam Rentz.
3332801or contact Dr. David Bouvin Brain Bowl wins Regional,
at 718-2380 or emailbouvind@ advances to State
The Chipola Brain Bowl Blue team
won the Panhandle Regional finishing
5-0. Chipola Gold placed second with a
Chipola Blue (A) and Chipola Gold
(B) both advance to the FCSAA State
Tournament to be held at Chipola on
March 16-17. Chipola will be vying for its eighth state championship.
The top two teams from each of the four regions (Panhandle, East Central, West Central, and
South) automatically advance to the state tournament. Two wildcard bids are granted based on overall
stats. Florida Gateway and Santa Fe will represent the East Central. Broward A and Broward B will
represent the Southern Region. Gulf Coast and Tallahassee earned the Wild Card bids.
Chipola Blue team members are: Hunter Davis, Katie Everett, Alex Tharp and Garrett McDaniel.
Gold team members are: Hayden Church, Mathew Pelham, Michael Young and Caroline Gilley.
Seven Chipola players finished among the top performers in individual scoring: Hunter Davis
(1st), Katie Everett (3rd), Hayden Church (5th), Alex Tharp (6th), Matthew Pelham (7th), Garrett
McDaniel (8th) and Michael Young (11th).
Brain Bowl coaches are Stan Young, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, and volunteer assistant
coach Dr. Robert Dunkle.