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Moorhead High homecoming king and queen crowned

October 2, 2018

Alex Seigel and Sophia Klindt were named Moorhead High School’s homecoming king and queen at coronation on Oct. 1.

Members of the homecoming court as pictured are:
Seated: King Alex Seigel and Queen Sophie Klindt;
Front: Ashley Buegel, Layla Pilon, Brooke Walthall, Brook Carney, Elise Martinson, Izzy Grundstrom, Cassidy O’Meara, Kennedy Czichotzki, and Bailee Fry; and 
Back: Peter Narum, Anthony Angotti, Jack Evavold, Jack Entzion, Justin Barnett, Adam Drees, Sterling Haphey, Thomas Horan, and Dan Arnold.

Moorhead High School’s homecoming parade, held in conjunction with MSUM, will begin at 4:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5. The parade begins on 20th Street South at 24th Avenue and will end at 8th Avenue South.

The homecoming football game against Sartell will be at 7 p.m. with the dance following.
The Moorhead High School Hall of Honor induction ceremony to induct Brad Atchison, Chuck Gulsvig, Dr. Lynne A. Kovash, and Dr. Glenn R. Melvey is Oct. 6. Call the activities office at 218-284-2346 for tickets.

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