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Competing for the title of 2018 Homecoming Queen are six Polk County seniors. They include, front row from left: Morgan Stott, Natalee Davis, Taylor Burnett; back row, from left: Ansley Lynch, Julianna Robbins, Mariah Overholt

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Polk County set to crown 2018 Homecoming Queen

Polk County will crown its 2018 Homecoming Queen during halftime of Friday’s football game with Avery in G.M. Tennant Stadium

Polk County will crown its 2018 Homecoming Queen during halftime of Friday’s football game with Avery in G.M. Tennant Stadium.

Six seniors – Taylor Burnett, Natalee Davis, Ansley Lynch, Mariah Overholt, Julianna Robbins and Morgan Stott – will vie for the title of 2018 Homecoming Queen. This year’s Miss Wolverine will also be announced during the ceremony.

Friday’s celebration will begin with the traditional Homecoming parade, set to begin at 5 p.m. in Columbus. Mills Street will be closed during the parade, which will depart from the Food Lion parking lot and travel through Columbus to Polk County High School.

Junior members of the 2018 Homecoming Court include: Front row, from left: Carolina Castillo, Sarah Russell; Back row, from left: Mireya Roman, Sydney Waldman, Meadow Becker

Sophomore members of the 2018 Homecoming Court include: Front row, from left: Rollins Carter, Alana Jergenson, Taytem Johnson; Back row, from left: Belen Akers, Rachael Davis, Makayla Ledford

Freshmen members of the 2018 Homecoming Court include, from left: Jayden Bishop, McKenna Splawn, Brittany Hall

 

 

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