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Best of the best: Homecoming proposals

Mika Letuligasenoa, Staff Reporter

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Homecoming has been and gone and all the craziness of asking someone to the Banquet is over. There were different and unique ways that people asked others to Homecoming. These are at the top of the list:

For starters, Dylan Carter (‘17) pulled up in his car with the word “HOMECOMING?” written on a sign on the side. He came through the high school parking lot up to where Morganne Kenney (‘17) was sitting and brought roses along with him.

Josh Thompson (‘19) pulled a unique ask. He asked Lauren Matas (‘19) by going over to her class while she watched the ASB video during second period. In the ASB video, he made an announcement asking her to Homecoming.

Jackson Wynn (‘20) had an idea that took advantage of him being friends with the football players. He had many football players around campus with walkie talkies and code names tracking down Katie Schuiteman (‘20).

Emanuel Cheptene (‘19) asked Julie Martin (‘19). She loves tacos, so he went to her house, brought her tacos, and created a sign that said, “Let’s TACO ‘bout Homecoming!” Needless to say, she was very surprised and happy.

Roman Gonzalez (‘18) asked Judy Samuels (‘18). He met her in the hallway and asked her by dressing up in a Harambe costume. It definitely caused a stir and attracted a crowd.

All of these ideas were amazing and definitely the best ones of the Homecoming season. The ideas and the spirit put into them showed enthusiasm and ingenuity. It will be interesting to see the unique ways people are asked to the other events later in the school year.

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  1. Best school in Tricity on November 22nd, 2016 1:04 am

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