Molly Rawls crowned South Whidbey Homecoming Queen

South Whidbey High School celebrated another festive Homecoming Week, marked by pep rallies, costume days at the school (including “inside-out,” “twin,” “celebrity,” “Steve Erkel,” “toga,” “elementary” and “blue and white”), the homecoming football game and the big dance.

Molly Rawls was crowned South Whidbey Homecoming Queen at halftime of Friday’s game against Cedarcrest. Elementary teacher Debra Davies, who was homecoming queen in 1975, presented the new queen with the honors and flowers. Zach Comfort was proclaimed Homecoming King.

Other members of the homecoming court were Will Mellish, Aamon Christianson, Mitch Worthy, Shane Michard, Brittany Wood, Claire Hofius, Sidney Hauser, Sommer Harris and Taya Jae.

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