Trion’s 2015 Homecoming Queen is one impressive 17 year-old. Madison Martin is the daughter of Tracey and Terrie Martin; she has three sisters Kaitlyn, Lauren and Mary Grace Martin. Madison attends Ridgeway Baptist Church.
Madi, as her friends call her, is the first baseman for the Trion softball team. The Lady Dogs placed 5th in State last year and this year they hold the longest active winning streak, recently, beating Christian Heritage to take the first place spot in the Region. She is a member of the travel softball team, the Georgia Flames. Madison received The Coaches Award and The Most Improved Award in THS softball, and was named to the 2014 All Region 6A Softball Team. Madi also plays soccer and basketball for Trion High School. She told All On Georgia she enjoyed “playing sports especially softball, hanging out with my friends and cheering on our sport teams with the rest of the Blue Crew.”
Off the field and court Madison’s resume is just as outstanding, a recipient of an “Academic T”, a member of the FCA, Spanish Club, The Sportsman’s Club and FBLA. Madi has been a four year participant of THS Journalism Club. She plans to major in Pre-Dentistry in college with the intention of becoming an orthodontist.
Madison shows that Homecoming queens are often far more substantial than mere appearances, even when appearances are the criteria, she rises to the top. Madison was 1st Runner-Up in the Miss Chattooga County Beauty Pageant, 2nd Runner-Up in the Miss Elite North Georgia. She was also selected on the Homecoming Court her sophomore and junior year as well.
Madison said “being selected Homecoming Queen is a tremendous honor and I am very grateful that my peers think that I am worthy of such a privilege. It’s great to be a part of the Bulldog Family in T-Town!!”
Madison’s mom,Terrie, is tremendously proud, telling All On Georgia, “as a mom it does make you proud to know that your daughter has made an impact on others with her kindness, humor and free spirit. Of course I think she’s special and I’m so proud that others think she is too.”