2018 Homecoming Crowning

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2018 Homecoming Crowning

Katie Werthemeir

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LAKE MICHIGAN CATHOLIC- This year, homecoming week approached quickly for the Lakers, with the student body participating in a series of activities, including dress up days, hallway decorating, a powder puff game, and, of course, the homecoming football  game.

Along with the rest of the festivities, the crowning of the homecoming king and queen is an event that the seniors look forward to annually. This year, LMC had a group of 8 seniors elected by the high school to appear on the court.

That lucky group included Cole Tubman, Will Latham, Christian Monconduit, and Jared Hannibal running for homecoming king. And Caroline Miota, Caroline Mcloughlin, Adriana Nerio, and Sarah Milanowski were the young women elected to run for homecoming queen.

The winners are announced at halftime, prior to the marching band performance, and sideline cheer dance. And though they are usually crowned by the previous king and queen, this year, due to the previous winner’s inability to attend the game, the royalty were crowned by LMC alum, Pedro Nerio.

Nerio first took the crown and placed it upon the head of the 2018-2019 king, Cole Tubman.

Tubman was very pleased and honored to be voted by his classmates.

“ It felt great for that crown to be placed on my head. I am very honored and proud to be this years king”

Next, Nerio took the homecoming queen crown and awarded Caroline Miota as this year’s queen. She was also honored and was happy to represent LMC as their next homecoming queen.

“Being crowned homecoming queen was a great accomplishment for me and I am very grateful for my classmates for voting for me.

This last  homecoming week of LMC was filled with success when it came to the crowning of this year´s homecoming king and queen.

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