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Two of these seniors will be crowned Homecoming King and Queen this Friday night.

Two of these seniors will be crowned Homecoming King and Queen this Friday night.

Jodi Purgahn

Jodi Purgahn

Two of these seniors will be crowned Homecoming King and Queen this Friday night.

Sydney Pierce, Editor

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It’s a busy time of year again at LCM High School, with Homecoming on the way,  the student body voted to select the courts for each grade.

The freshman students chosen for Court are: Jordan Alexander, Ty Shugart, Zachary Casey, Rachel Belcher, Erika Cook, and Tesa Bourque.

“I didn’t think people knew me, but I feel really honored,” Cook said of being chosen. “Altogether, I’m really thankful.”

The Sophomore Court consists of: Mark Netherly, John Beeson, Tyler Miller, Heather Breaux, Skyler Ferguson, and Kayla Dominguez.

“It’s an honor to be elected to represent the school and I’m excited that I get to experience this,” Miller said.

The students on Junior Court include: Jeremiah Armstrong, Tyler Miller, Connor Alexander, Mallory Bromley, Skyler Authement, and Theresa Beckett.

“It’s a good feeling to know that people look up to me and think I’m a good representative,” Bromley said.

For the Senior Court, six girls and six boys were chosen and they are: Cade Baker, Dylan Dixson, Vinny Hale, Grant White, Joseph Tran, Jeffrey Holland, Kami Foskey, Payton Bickham, Brittany Bonin, Courtney Price, Brooke Manuel, and Sydney Pierce.

“It’s exciting because Senior Court is the one that king and queen are chosen from,” Hale said. “I’m really anxious to see how everything turns out and I expect the whole experience to be a blast.”

This Friday, LCM will have its traditional early release to allow everyone to prepare for the parade at 2 p.m. and the pep rally immediately following in the stadium. Later that night, the Courts will be recognized prior to the kickoff of the football game against Cleveland. LCM students may vote on their choices for King and Queen today and tomorrow at www.voting4schools.com.

“I feel very honored and blessed,” Brooke Manuel said of being on the court. “This will always be a special memory to me.”

 

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