Blair Oaks High School celebrated prom Saturday at Capital Ritz in Jefferson City with a "Masquerade Ball" theme.
Adam McCauley and Lexi McCulloch were crowned king and queen Saturday following the Grand March of the 2019 seniors.
Adam McCauley is the son of Shawn and Melissa McCauley, of Wardsville. Adam's activities include cross country, basketball, track, FCA, co-chairman of the Blair Oaks Life Runners Chapter and St. Stanislaus youth group leader. He plans to attend the University of Central Missouri to major in exercise science/kinesiology and pursue a career in physical therapy.
Lexi McCulloch is the daughter of Lindsey McCulloch-Reichart and Tom Reichart, of Jefferson City. Lexi's activities include ASL club, drama club, volleyball manager and track. She plans to attend East Central College to pursue a degree in fine arts and journalism.
Other prom court candidates include:
Zoe Baker, the daughter of Kristina Baker and Bret Baker, of Wardsville. Zoe's activities include art club — including as president — writing her second book, making art and spending time with friends. She plans to attend MACC to pursue a degree in creative writing and art.
Claire Heckman, the daughter of Darren and Greta Heckman, of Taos. Claire's activities include basketball, National Honor Society and pep club. She plans to attend the University of Central Missouri and pursue a degree in kinesiology.
Emily Schell, the daughter of Sam and Brenda Schell, of St. Thomas. Emily's activities include National Honor Society, pep club, Younglife and CYO. She plans to attend Missouri State University and obtain a degree in speech-language pathology.
Natalie Williams, the daughter of Kim and Jimmy Williams, of Wardsville. Natalie's activities include varsity cheer. She plans to attend State Fair Community College and obtain a degree in dental hygiene.
Caleb Buechter, the son of Craig and Kaylie Buechter and Mike and Amanda Wooten, of St. Thomas. Caleb's activities include football, track and field, and CYO. He plans to attend Missouri State University to pursue a degree in education.
Trinity Scott, the son of Wendy Ellison and Trinity Scott, of Wardsville. Trinity's activities include football, track and National Honor Society. He will attend Missouri State University to pursue a degree in sports medicine.
Dru Rackers, the son of Ron and Rhonda Rackers, of Taos. Dru's activities include basketball and being a church usher. He plans to attend Northwest Missouri State University to pursue a double major in finance and business management.
Benner Thomas, the son of Pam and Dale Thomas, of Wardsville. Benner's activities include football and wrestling. He plans to attend Truman State University to play football and pursue a degree in athletic training.