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Trottier, Bolz-Andolshek crowned Pequot Lakes homecoming royalty

Trottier was also crowned Miss Pequot Lakes in May

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Quinn Trottier smiles as she is crowned Pequot Lakes Homecoming Queen on Monday, Sept. 26, 2022.
Dan Determan / Echo Journal
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PEQUOT LAKES — There is new royalty stateside as well, as Pequot Lakes seniors Quinn Trottier and Leo Bolz-Andolshek were crowned homecoming queen and king at the high school's coronation ceremony Monday, Sept. 26.

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Pequot Lakes' new homecoming king and queen - Leo Bolz-Andolshek and Quinn Trottier - were crowned Monday, Sept. 26, 2022.
Dan Determan / Echo Journal

Trottier was in the running for queen alongside Kelbee Lampi, Brea Eckes, Abi Martin, Maci Martini and Janey Janousek. Bolz-Andolshek vied for the crown of king along with Ethan Shetka, Cullen Kratochvil, Clay Wolf, Darby Boelter and Riley Larson.

The coronation ceremony was the first event of Pequot Lakes High School's homecoming week. The ceremony was followed by the annual powderbuff volleyball and powderpuff football games.

The whole week features dress-up days like Pajama Day, Tourist Day and, of course, Patriot Day.

The homecoming tennis and volleyball matches will take place Thursday, Sept. 29, while kick-off for the homecoming football game against Detroit Lakes is 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30.

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The 2022 Pequot Lakes homecoming court. Front row, from left: Hailee Polchow, Taylor Max, Kelbee Lampi, Brea Eckes, Leo Bolz-Andolshek, Quinn Trottier, Abi Martin, Maci Martini, Janey Janousek and Kelsi Martini. Back row: Shane Crowly, Brayden Spiczka, Ethan Shetka, Cullen Kratochvil, Clay Wolf, Darby Boelter, Riley Larson and Clay Erickson.
Dan Determan / Echo Journal
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Homecoming candidates Ethan Shetka and Kelbee Lampi smile to the crowd during the Pequot Lakes coronation ceremony Monday, Sept. 26, 2022.
Dan Determan / Echo Journal

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