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Long County Homecoming is next week
Long homecoming
LCHS Senior Representatives (L-R): Aryanna Carr, Cora Atwood, Bonnie Johnson, Rebekah Gordon, Holland Allen, Tiniya Smith, and Samantha Fleck

Long County High School will celebrate Homecoming October 26-30. The theme selected for this year is “Tide’s Got Game.”

The highlight of the week will be Friday night’s game against the Brantley County Herons at 7:30 p.m. at Veterans Stadium.

At half-time, members of the Homecoming Court will be recognized, and the 2020 Long County High School Homecoming Queen will be crowned.

Vying for the queen’s crown, the senior members of the court include Holland Allen, Cora Atwood, Aryanna Carr, Samantha Fleck, Rebekah Gordon, Bonnie Johnson, and Tiniya Smith.

In addition to the queen, one representative of each grade level will be crowned Homecoming Princess.

Junior representatives include Yeidalis Garcia, Allison Ng, and Samantha Pitts, and sophomore representatives include Taylor Hodges, Jaci Smiley, and Jada Young.

The freshman representatives are Sara Barnes, Audrey Buttler, and Gracie Carter.

Representing the LCHS Pre-K class are Maddie Jane Johnson and Rhett Deal.

All students are encouraged to participate in the week-long Spirit Contest. On-campus and virtual students can earn points for their class by dressing up each day and participating in the Pumpkin Decorating Contest and virtual games.

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