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Worthington High School’s (WHS) homecoming began week Tuesday with the coronation of homecoming king and queen. Shown is the WHS senior homecoming court. Front (from left): Alicia Darling, Annie Lesnar, Laura Koepsell, Jessica Arnt, Katherine Luke and Allison Kremer. Back (from left): Andrew Johnson, Roque Soto, Troy Ektnitphong, Joseph Pavelko, Oliver Wolyniec and Mitchell Shreiner. Erin Trester/Daily Globe

Worthington High School celebrates Homecoming

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WORTHINGTON — The votes are in, and a new king and queen will rule over Worthington High School during the 2014 homecoming week. 

The crowning festivities took place at 2 p.m. Tuesday, with 12 candidates vying for the top two positions. This year’s queen is Allison Kremer, and this year’s king is Joseph Pavelko.

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Joining Kremer and Pavelko in the homecoming court are Jessica Arnt, Troy Ektnitphong, Alicia Darling, Andrew Johnson, Laura Koepsell, Mitchell Shreiner, Annie Lesnar, Roque Soto, Katherine Luke and Oliver Wolyniec.

Junior class attendants are McKayla Gravenhof and Danny Flores. Sophomore attendants are Jissell Euceda and Manny Dominguez. Freshman attendants are Claire Ludes and Stewart Merrigan.

The homecoming week schedule of activities is as follows:

Thursday: Girls’ Tennis vs. Pipestone, 4:30 p.m.; Girls’ Soccer vs. Fairmont, 6:45 p.m.; Volleyball vs. T-MB, 7:30 p.m.

Friday: Football vs. New Ulm, 7 p.m.

Saturday: Boys’ Soccer vs. Loyola, 3 p.m.

Dress up days:

Today: Country Western Day

Thursday: Favorite Holiday Day

Friday: School Spirit Day

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Robin Baumgarn
Robin Baumgarn is a new reporter for the Daily Globe covering the Education and Northwest Iowa beats. Prior to coming to the Globe, she worked for the Ocheyedan Press-Melvin News, a weekly Iowa paper for three years. She is a 2012 graduate of Iowa Lakes Community College and lives in Northwest Iowa with her husband Ryan and three pets, Fidget, Missy and Samwise.
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