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Homecoming 2018

Homecoming 2018

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Seniors Gage Walters and Erin Tomlinson pose for their superlative photos. They received the

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June 20, 2017
Seniors Savannah Pruitt and Brady Weaver received the “Most Likely to Make a Difference” Superlative. 
“It's an honor that people see me as a world changer,” Senior Savannah Pruitt said. “ I am always striving to make a difference in people's lives.”
Savannah has enjoyed her time making friends and has made plenty of memories here at LHS. Brady has enjoyed the friday night lights, hanging out with friends, and marching at half time.
“As I am living for the Lord, I will be making a difference,” Senior Brady Weaver said. “I want to do what God has called me to do, and if I do that, then I believe that I will make a difference. The world needs to hear the good news found in Christ Jesus and I want to tell that good news to everyone.”

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June 20, 2017
Seniors Nate Steele and Bailey Thurman received the “Most School Spirit” superlatives.

“I always look forward to homecoming week, I spend time buying new things to look over the top, Senior Nate Steele said. “Every year I've won an award in the pep rally for one of the homecoming days. Winning one of those has made me feel so good about myself and about my school.”

Steele and Thurman have both received school spirit awards for their all out costumes. They both expect their children to have just as much school spirit as they have now.

“I will be spirited throughout the rest of my life especially in my college years at football & baseball games,” Bailey Thurman said. “And when I'm older and have kids and grandkids I will be that one crazy spirited mom / grandma.”

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June 20, 2017
	Seniors Bonnie Smith and Bennett Flickinger received the “Best Humor” superlative.
“One thing I've learned is to laugh things off-all the good and bad memories and decisions. ” Senior Bonnie Smith said. “For anyone who had Coach Klein and me in the same class for A&P knows that we constantly go back and forth.Our love-hate relationship somehow brightened my day, and I learned a lot of useful knowledge at the end of the day. ”

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June 20, 2017
Seniors Terrell Cooper and Michaela Walker received  the “Most Athletic” Superlative. 

“It feels great knowing my peers believe I'm the most athletic girl in our class,” Senior Michaela Walker said. “I loved the way that the whole school backed us for the season. I will never forget the pride that I saw during basketball season!”

Walker expects to maintain this title in the future whether it be playing the sports she loves, or coaching them.

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June 20, 2017
Seniors Matthew Brooks and Amina Petty received the “Most Talented” superlatives. 
“I’m so honored that my class chose me for this superlative,” Senior Matthew Brooks said. “I didn't think I would achieve one at all, so this makes me extremely happy!”

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June 20, 2017
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