Zehr, West named Ranger Queen, King

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Zehr, West named Ranger Queen, King

Ranger King and Queen Baylei Zehr and Jake West were named the 2013 Ranger King and Queen during halftime of the Ranger Homecoming football game Saturday.  They are pictured with flower girl Zoe Parker and crown bearer Tucker Hannaford.
During halftime of the Ranger football game on Oct. 26, Baylei Zehr, a senior from Copeland, Kan., and Jake West, Tonkawa senior, were crowned as 2013 homecoming queen and king during the coronation ceremony at Northwestern Oklahoma State University.

Zehr is an English education major.  She was sponsored by the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority, and has been a part of the sorority for four years.  Zehr also is a part of Student Oklahoma Education Association (SOEA), Conserving Our Ranger Environment (CORE) club and Northwestern Scholar Ambassador (NSA).  She enjoys going to sporting events and watching movies. Zehr is the daughter of Jay and Angie Zehr.           

West is majoring in history education and health and sports science.  He enjoys fishing, playing intramural sports, working at the Wellness Center, and growing out his mustache. West was sponsored by the Chemistry Club. His parents are Tige and Kristi West. 

In a separate election, Sydnie Lowe, a freshman from Neosho, Mo., was chosen as the Freshman Queen.

The flower girl was Zoe Parker, daughter of Alan and Diane Hall.  Tucker Hannaford served as the crown bearer.  He is the son of Dr. Bo and Tara Hannaford.