The entire senior class has a chance to become king or queen of Leeds High School Homecoming. All five senior boys and all four senior girls were nominated in balloting last week. One junior girl was chosen as an escort to balance out the homecoming royalty. The junior girl selected to accompany the freshman nominee was Meghan Jorgenson, who is not eligible to be elected queen. First graders Jaylen Anderson, Elizabeth Dulmage, Brock Hansen, and Alvin Weixel are the crown bearers for coronation. Leeds will celebrate its Homecoming beginning next week with many activities planned. The annual Homecoming parade will be held Friday, Sept. 9 at 1:30 p.m. with coronation in the school gym following. King candidates include, back row: (l-r) Darren Young, Justin Wangler, Kyle Jorgenson, Thomas Urness, and Mitch Tufte. Queen candidates include, front row: (l-r) Meghan Jorgenson, Kayla Wangler, Kelly Fragodt, Chace Engstrom, and Kendra Leibfried. The Homecoming game will be played Friday, Sept. 9 in Maddock against Tri-County, and a dance will follow from 9 p.m.-midnight in Maddock.
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