MHS wraps up homecoming week events
Nick Edgell has a new title --iss McLouth.
Edgell, a senior at McLouth High School, was crowned Miss McLouth last week as part of homecoming activities.
High school boys competed in the "pageant," which included a talent show and evening wear category, which required the boys don dresses.
During the talent competition, Edgell "did some dancing," said homecoming organizer Annamaria Rainey.
She said the Miss McLouth pageant was the hit of homecoming week with students.
"They really loved it," Rainey said. "They said it was one of their favorites."
Rainey's crown included a $50 cash prize.
The biggest events of homecoming week, however, occurred Friday with the homecoming coronation and the McLouth-Troy football game.
Jason McGhee and Devyn Roberts were crowned king and queen at the football game.
Then it was time for some football. The Bulldogs scored in all four quarters against the Trojans and picked up a homecoming victory with a 26-6 win.
With the victory, McLouth stayed perfect on the season with a 6-0 record and remained in a first-place tie with Pleasant Ridge in the Delaware Valley League.
Homecoming festivities concluded Friday with a dance after the football game.
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