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Blackduck High School kicks off homecoming with coronation

Blackduck seniors Brock Leino and Sophie Arhart were named homecoming king and queen. Logan Sutton and Haley Murray were named homecoming prince and princess. The rest of the homecoming court included junior high attendants Kainen Arp, Sadie Stroeing, Jacob Forseen and Chloe Landis; prince and princess candidates Ethan Merrill, Kaydre Gullete, Mason Smid, and Rachel Roberts; and senior king and queen candidates Cade Haiby, Deja Palmer, Hunter Meland and Tori Johnson.1 / 2
Blackduck seniors Brock Leino and Sophie Arhart were named queen and king during the homecoming coronation on Tuesday. 2 / 2

Blackduck students, teachers and parents gathered in the Blackduck High School gymnasium on Tuesday morning for the homecoming coronation.

Seniors Brock Leino and Sophie Arhart were named the 2017 Homecoming King and Queen, while juniors Logan Sutton and Haley Murray were named Homecoming Prince and Princess. In addition to a slew of pictures, the homecoming court took a walk-through of the elementary school as all the young students watched the parade of upperclassmen go by.

The coronation also kicked off a week of activities around the school. The week included a series of “special dress days,” which prompted many of those at the coronation to show up in camouflage. Today, Sept. 29, is designated as “Maroon and Gold Day,” the pep fest will be held at 3 p.m., followed by the football game against Walker at 7 p.m.

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