Homecoming Royalty 2018

A quick Q&A with the 2018 Homecoming King and Queen.

Erin Sprecher, Mikala Leshley, and Robert Vincent

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Queen Hannah Darco

How important was the crowning to you? What was your favorite part?

I didn’t think the crowning was that important to me. All the girls nominated deserved the crown, I would have been happy if any one of them got it. Being able to be crowned at the game was my favorite part. I coach a lot of little girls and being able to share that experience with them was special.

What was it like for you to go through the process of being on the court?  

It was fun actually. I had a lot of fun dressing up. I did get a lot of congratulations, which was a little awkward at first.

Did you enjoy taking part in this year’s activities and dressing up?

Yeah, the dress up days were fun. I wished that we would have done more silly ones, but it was really fun to show school spirit and help win points for the seniors.

What was your reaction to finding out you were chosen to be on the court?

I actually knew beforehand. My mom had hinted at it then I checked her email. Oops! But I was over the moon when I found out. I was screaming in the car with Maddy Shaw for a long time about how we were on it together for our senior year.

 King Connor McNabb

How important was the crowning to you?

Honestly, the crowning wasn’t important to me. All I wanted from my senior year Homecoming was to have a great time and I did.

What was it like to go through the process of being on the court?

It was pretty embarrassing, but it was fun- I’m not the best dancer but most of the people of the student body got to witness me dance.

Did you enjoy taking part in this year’s activities and dressing up? What was your favorite part?

I had a really fun week, my favorite dress-up day was probably Tutu Tuesday, and my favorite experience was beating St. Helens in the 7-mile war.

To see what homecoming means to the school staff, check out this video