Petti and Roscoe Crowned

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Petti and Roscoe Crowned

Petti and Roscoe celebrate with a hug after learning they were selected homecoming Queen and King.

Petti and Roscoe celebrate with a hug after learning they were selected homecoming Queen and King.

Elizabeth Metz

Petti and Roscoe celebrate with a hug after learning they were selected homecoming Queen and King.

Elizabeth Metz

Elizabeth Metz

Petti and Roscoe celebrate with a hug after learning they were selected homecoming Queen and King.

Homecoming is arguably the most anticipated event of the first semester. 

After the football team defeated Cardinal 57-7 at the game on Friday, Oct. 11, students were more excited than ever for the dance on Saturday.

Seniors Carly Petti and Antonio Roscoe were crowned Homecoming King and Queen. 

“It was a cool experience to stand in front of my classmates… friends and peers, [who] were there supporting me,” Petti said.

Petti was glad to see her friend Roscoe winning the crown. 

“[He] is one of the best people I know, hands down. He deserved it,” Petti said.

The break in the music to announce king and queen was a short one since so many people were enjoying the music and dancing.

It was a cool experience to stand in front of my classmates… friends and peers, [who] were there supporting me.”

— Carly Petti

The music blasted from the community room until 10:30 p.m., with great tunes from a fantastic DJ. 

“I thought there was good music this year,” Junior Mallory Chylla said. 

Many thought the snow cones were a fantastic touch this year.

“My favorite part from this year was the [snow cone] truck” sophomore Kobi Einhorn said. “It was a good way to take a break from all the dancing and cool down.”

“I think there were a lot more people than usual, and it made the overall experience a lot more fun…” Chylla added.

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