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Long County Homecoming held last week
LCHS Court 2021
LCHS Homecoming Court (L-R) Seated: Meghan Dewberry, Hazel Johnson, Salvador Rosas Delgado, Audrey Buttler and Standing (L-R): Aizalea Fejeran, Andrea Ng, Shermia Harris, Destynee Gonzalez, Yaleishka Viera Rodriguez, Jada Freeman, Arryah Vaughn, Jaci Smiley, Gracie Carter, France Smith, Grace Gordon, Allison Ng, Madison Cook, Alexis Espinoza

Long County High School celebrated Homecoming September 20-24, 2021. The theme selected for this year was “Tide’s Got Fame: Lights, Camera, Action!”
The highlight of the week was at Friday night’s game against the Frederica Academy Knights at 7:30 p.m. at Veterans Stadium.
At half-time, members of the Homecoming Court were recognized, and the 2021 Long County High School Homecoming Queen was crowned.
Vying for the queen’s crown, the senior members of the court include Meghan Dewberry, Aizalea Fejeran, Jada Freeman, Destynee Gonzalez, Shermia Harris, Allison Ng, and Andrea Ng.
In addition to the queen, one representative of each grade level was crowned Homecoming Princess.
Junior representatives include Madison Cook, Grace Gordon, and Jaci Smiley, and sophomore representatives include Audrey Buttler, Gracie Carter, and Alexis Espinoza.
The freshman representatives are France Smith, Arryah Vaughn, Yaleishka Viera Rodriguez.
Representing the LCHS Pre-K class are Hazel Johnson and Salvador Rosas Delgado.
All students were encouraged to participate in the annual Spirit Contest throughout the week. Both on-campus and virtual students can earn points for their class by dressing up each day and participating in the virtual games. Students can email pictures of themselves dressed up to<>.

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