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Long County homecoming this week
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Homecoming court: Pictured (l-r), seated: Danielle Bailey, Jaime Walker, Sydney Gosseck, Stephanie Middleton and LaConya Cobb. Standing: Sarah Gonzalez, Shelby Mock, Brook Stavely, Brittany Mills, Mich’e Roberts, Heather Reddish, Kamaren Dansby, Rebekah Copes and Ebony Hill. - photo by Photo by Mike Riddle
The Long County High School Homecoming Week started Monday and promises to be a week full of activities for previous alumni, current students and anyone now calling Long County home.
This year’s theme is “Unforgettable,” and the memories to be made during the week will indeed reflect that idea.
One of the key highlights will be the homecoming parade Thursday. Floats will start lining up at 5 p.m. at the high school and everyone is invited to attend.  
The parade will start at 6 p.m. and will travel from the high school to Veterans Field at Smiley Elementary School. Once everyone has gathered at the football field, there will be a community pep rally where fans can cheer the football team on to victory.
On Friday, the game will kick off at 7:30 p.m., as the Blue Tide takes on the Savannah Christian Red Raiders in a critical 2-AA Region match up.
At halftime, members of the homecoming court will be honored, and the LCHS homecoming queen will be crowned. The seniors representing the high school will be Danielle Bailey, LaConya Cobb, Sydney Gosseck, Stephanie Middleton and Jaime Walker.
In addition to the queen, one girl from each of the classes will be crowned homecoming princess.
Representing the junior class will be Brittany Mills, Heather Reddish and Mich’e Roberts
Representing the sophomores will be Rebekah Copes, Kamaren Dansbury and Ebony Hill.
The freshman representatives will be Sarah Gonzelez, Shelby Mock and Brook Stavely.
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