Homecoming Queen Celebration

Kyler Kilmas was chosen to be homecoming queen this year

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King and queen during halftime.

by Elias Newberry, Staff Writer

Te’Ilah Coffman, Kelsey Nash, and Kyler Klimas are among the few who were senior nominees for homecoming queen this year. In the end, Kilmas had the most votes and was chosen to be homecoming queen this year at SCHS. When she was announced as queen, he felt loved.

“It felt nice because I felt like everyone knew who I was and appreciated me,” said Klimas.

Most of these girls had a variety of different reasons for wanting to be homecoming queen. 

“I thought it would be a fun experience since I’ve never been on court before. Just thought I’ll try it this year,” said Nash.

It felt nice because I felt like everyone knew who I was and appreciated me. ”

— Kyler Klimas

The homecoming game went well. The Pirate football team won and the homecoming king and queen were chosen during halftime.  Although the game was fun, Klimas was nervous for the halftime ceremony.

“It was very nerve-racking,” said Klimas.

Overall, homecoming went well even with COVID-19 still hanging around. The football team finally won a game and students didn’t even have to wear masks during the homecoming dance. 

 

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