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Blue Tide nation celebrates Homecoming week Oct. 22-26
LCHS 2018 Homecoming Representatives
Pre-K representative Kerbie Wilkes; Senior representatives Jennifer Mejia, Mykala Jackson, Bailey Harrison, and Stephani Caballero; and Pre-K representative Amari Dorgu Freshman representative Allison Ng; Junior representatives Katerin Rapalo, Arianna Archangel, and Ainsley Dawson; Senior representatives Breneé Crawford, Joshlynn Crews, and Sophie Cooper; Sophomore representatives Madison Giron, Jalynn Drake, and Tiniya Smith; and Freshman representatives Makayla Raimer and Olivia Grussing. - photo by Photo provided.

It’s time again for fall weather, football and high school Homecoming celebrations. 

Long County High School will celebrate Homecoming Oct. 22-26. The theme selected for this year is “The Blue Tide Way.”

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

Prior to the game, all senior football players, cheerleaders, and band members will be recognized during our Senior Night ceremony. 

Then, at half-time, members of the Homecoming Court will be recognized, and the 2018 Long County High School Homecoming Queen will be crowned. 

Vying for the queen’s crown, the senior members of the court include Stephani Caballero, Sophie Cooper, Breneé Crawford, Joshlynn Crews, Bailey Harrison, Mykala Jackson, and Jennifer Mejia. 

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

Junior representatives include Arianna Archangel, Ainsley Dawson, and Katerin Rapalo, and sophomore representatives include Jalynn Drake, Madison Giron, and Tiniya Smith.

The freshman representatives are Olivia Grussing, Allison Ng, and Makayla Raimer.

Representing the LCHS Pre-K class are Kerbie Wilkes and Amari Dorgu.

All are invited to the Homecoming parade on Thursday, Oct. 25. Parade participants will begin lining up at 5 p.m. at the old Long County Middle School bus parking lot on Academy Street. At 6 p.m. the parade will begin making its way from the old middle school down Highway 57 to Walker Street. 

Following the parade, fans are encouraged to make their way to Veterans Stadium for a community pep rally to cheer on the Blue Tide.

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