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2018 South Page Homecoming

September 22, 2018

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South Page 2018 Homecoming was September 20th. Students in grades 6th-12th grade decorated floats and had a parade later on that day. After the parade, the whole school joined in for a pep rally that included music by the JH/HS band, cheers led by the cheerleaders and team challenges sponsored by the student council. The Lady Rebels played both Lenox and Essex that evening with coronation between volleyball games. 

Seniors Jordan Foster and Catherine Neihart were crowned Homecoming King and Queen. Other queen candidates were Sierra Hale, Lesli Gregory, Emma Hicks, Autumn Matson, Erin Slough, and honorary queen Michela Galletti. Logan McNeese was the other king candidate. Class representatives were  freshmen, Eli Drennen and Draven Petersen; sophomores, Mason McClarnon and Jessalee Neihart; and juniors, Christopher Harvey and Amorette Mackey. 

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