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Homecoming 2018 Photo Spread

Homecoming Court

The Homecoming Court of 2018 was elected by the senior class. Each senior voted for ten male nominees and ten female nominees, and winners were selected from there. Logan Quinn was selected as Queen, and Derek McCandless won King.

Jenna Wojick and Kyle Towne
Taryn Smithson and Max Barden
Sydney Vaka and Luke Kendrat
Aly Haslet and Derek Mccandless
Taylor Kibble and Asher Freese
Logan Quinn and Dominick Schuerholz


The creative costumes and skits were met with cheers and applause from students during the Homecoming Pep Rally. Teachers decked in blue and gold helped to elevate school spirit.

The Homecoming Court dressed as characters from Harry Potter to Pokemon, with one couple, Josi Williams and Nate Rexroad even dressing up as a scientist and chemical element.
Ellen Jones and Cameron Carson
Kayla Ballve and Smith Drupa
Emma Sleeman and Elias Mattar


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Bryana Lawlor and Nick Barts


Seniors celebrated Christmas a few months early.

Students stayed at school until dark to put up decorations for the Homecoming Hallways. This LCHS tradition brings liveliness to the halls on the morning before Homecoming; there was music, dancing, candy, and even a raffle. Teachers voted for their favorite hallway, and the seniors came in first place. The theme for this year’s homecoming hallways was “holidays.”

Seniors celebrated Christmas a few months early.

Freshman got patriotic for the Fourth of July.
Sophomores rang in the New Year.
Juniors decorated for Halloween.
Senior Lucas Hoppenjans dressed up as Santa and rode through the halls on a sleigh pulled by reindeer.





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Homecoming 2018 Photo Spread