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South Whidbey announces homecoming court

Students selected for homecoming court stand for a photo after the high school assembly. Members of the court include Jordan Parrick, Benjamin Nerison, Nick French, Jack Hood, Lucas Christiansen and Jake Sladky for boys and Mackenzie Hezel, Maia Sparkmen, Madi Boyd, Hailey Viers, Madison Hunter, Tess Radish for girls. French, Nerison, Hood, Sparkmen, Boyd and Hunter moved on to the top six overall for the titles of Homecoming Queen and King. - Photo courtesy of Jeff Greene
Students selected for homecoming court stand for a photo after the high school assembly. Members of the court include Jordan Parrick, Benjamin Nerison, Nick French, Jack Hood, Lucas Christiansen and Jake Sladky for boys and Mackenzie Hezel, Maia Sparkmen, Madi Boyd, Hailey Viers, Madison Hunter, Tess Radish for girls. French, Nerison, Hood, Sparkmen, Boyd and Hunter moved on to the top six overall for the titles of Homecoming Queen and King.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Jeff Greene

Twelve South Whidbey High School students were announced as this year’s homecoming court.

The school began celebrations for homecoming this week with an assembly, a lunchtime DJ and outdoor games. This year’s theme was “Tour Around the World.” Students dressed up for themes such as “holiday day, class choice (sports, hippie, cops and robbers, togas and college day) “Harry Potter Day” and “Blue and White Day.”

The week concluded with a football game against Archbishop Murphy on Friday night and a Homecoming Queen and King announced at halftime, the results of which were not available at press time.

 

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