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Local High Schools Crown Homecoming Royalty

By Staff | Oct 6, 2010
Taylor Highley was crowned the 2010 Valley High School Homecoming during pregame ceremonies Friday night. (Photo by Bruce Crawford)
Senior Joni Myers is crowned Paden City’s 2010 Homecoming Queen by 2009 Homecoming Queen Amanda Tallman Friday night at halftime (Photo by Judy Light)
Mylyn Olayan is crowned the Hundred High School Homecoming Queen Saturday by 2009 Queen Jordyn Gorby. (Photo by Bruce Crawford)
Shane Kuhn is announced as the Hundred High School Homecoming King during halftime festivities Saturday. Doing the crowning is 2009 Queen Jordyn Gorby. (Photo by Bruce Crawford)
River High School will crown their Homecoming Queen and King during halftime festivities Friday night. Their homecoming contest against the Bridgeport Bulldogs will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Flannery Field. The school’s Homecoming Dance will be Saturday from 7-10 p.m. Pictured above are members of the school’s homecoming court. Seated from left are senior Queen Candidates Rachel Stewart of Powhatan, Kylie Brown of Clarington, Erica Duvall of Sardis, Jordan Ramsay of Powhatan, and Alexa Isaly of Hannibal. Standing from left are Freshman Attendant Landyn Ramsay of Powhatan; Senior King Candidates Tyler Stewart of Laings, Dillon Burnett of Powhatan, Zach Wichterman of Sardis, Jordan Potts of Hannibal, James West of Powhatan; and Junior Attendant Taylor Hill of Powhatan. Not pictured is Sophomore Attendant Brittany Harrigan of Sardis. (Photo by Amy Witschey)

Paden City, Valley, and Hundred high schools crowned their homecoming royalty during football games Friday and Saturday. River High School will hold their homecoming crownings during halftime of their football game Friday night.