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High school homecoming celebrations continue

Photo by Lauren Florence

Rowan Flanagan smiles after being crowned St. Clairsville High School’s homecoming queen on Friday evening. The crowning occurred during halftime of the Red Devils’ game against Bellaire. St. Clairsville came out on top with a score of 33-14.

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Buckeye Local High School has announced its 2022 Homecoming Court with the king and queen to be chosen this week. The school will hold a series of activities leading up to the big reveal, starting with a door-decorating contest on Monday. A Powder Puff and pep rally are set for 6 p.m. Thursday at WWII Memorial Stadium, where the king will be selected at halftime. The queen will be crowned during halftime of the football game Friday, while the homecoming dance will be held from 7-10 p.m. Oct. 8 in the Panther Gym. Pictured from front left are Logan Dentz, Ashley Soos, Emily McDiffitt and Abbey Berze. Second row: Kaydence Kinyo. Third row: Jacob Watt, Cai McKeever and Gage Cermak. Fourth row: Lyndsee Malechowski and Josey Meddles. Fifth row: Braydon Walker, McKenna Wilhelm, Carly Long and Garrett Devore. Last row: Dayne Carter and Dylan Palmer.

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