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Homecoming court crowned

Audrey Cascarelli, Online Editor-in-Chief

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Seniors Lauren Wright and Matthew Lopez were crowned homecoming queen and king at the homecoming game last Friday.

The king was announced after the Rock the Block homecoming parade last Wednesday but the queen left to speculation until the game, keeping the tradition of years past. Seniors Molly McLeod and Cristen Jank joined Wright at halftime for the final announcement of which of the three would be crowned queen.

Freshmen Hallie McLeod and Jeric Curtis, sophomores Derrick Pruitt and Isabella Lujan, and juniors Grant McPherson and Lauren Kersh made up the other members of the homecoming court.

 

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Audrey Cascarelli, Online Editor-in-Chief

I’m a senior who spends her entire life in the band hall or behind a computer writing. This is my fourth (and final) year writing for The Post. This...

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