Alpha Phi sorority at the University of Nebraska at Kearney hosted its annual King of Hearts competition Thursday.
Money raised from the event is given to help women in domestic violence situations at the S.A.F.E. Center in Kearney. Money also goes to the Alpha Phi Foundation, which supports scholarship and women’s cardiac care.
Nine men from UNK fraternities and other campus organizations competed for the King of Hearts crown, which went to Colton Gayer of Omaha, representing Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Colton Dorr of Kearney, representing Sigma Tau Gamma, won the Mr. Congeniality award.
Contestants performed a group dance to open the show, then presented videos and competed in a talent show and on-stage question and answer session.
Those competing in King of Hearts included:
Dan Carlson, Grand Island – Phi Gamma Delta
Greg Christen, Anselmo – Phi Delta Theta
Colton Dorr, Kearney – Sigma Tau Gamma
Asante Fuqua, Cambridge – Pi Kappa Alpha
Colton Gayer, Omaha – Sigma Phi Epsilon
Cody Kingery, Underwood, Iowa – UNK Wrestling
Ruben Meza Jr., Shelton – Sigma Lambda Beta
Mason Rohrich, Pierce – Industrial Distribution
Jesse Zwiener, Albion – Student Government