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Four area schools announced Homecoming Kings and Queens

Friday night football included homecoming for four area schools. 

During the Marysville Homecoming game half-time activities at Friday night’s football game Leah Oehm and Isaac Busch were crowned the new 2010 Homecoming king and queen.  The Bulldogs defeated Chapman 34 to 20, giving them a record of 2 wins and 1 loss.  The Bulldogs will take on Clay Center this Friday here in Marysville.

Washington County Tigers crowned Bonnie Bailey and Isaac Miller as their 2010 homecoming king and queen.  The Tigers defeated Chase County 60 to 6.  Washington County tigers remain undefeated with a record of 3 and 0.  The Tigers will head to Onaga on Friday.

The Valley Heights Mustangs celebrated homecoming on Friday with the crowing of Ellie Musil and Aaron Boeschling as Queen and King.  The Mustangs defeated Minneapolis with a score of 30 to 16.  Valley Heights will defend its unbeaten record in Olpe this Friday.

B and B Falcons homecoming king and queen were Kayla Sedbeck and Jamison Macke.  B and B remains undefeated with a victory over Frankfort.  B and B will travel to Bern on Friday night.

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