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Pequot Lakes celebrates homecoming

Pequot Lakes Schools celebrated homecoming week Monday-Saturday, Sept. 19-24, with dress-up days during the week, homecoming coronation Friday, and the homecoming football game against Perham on Saturday.

Leana Bruer/Echo Journal The Pequot Lakes homecoming court includes, first row from left, junior Alex Kotaska; seniors Kyra Blaukat, Emily Stevens, king Max Tangen, queen Taya Salminen, Quinn Kratochvil and Molly Dotty; sophomore Kiana Thompson; and freshman Jordan Schindel; second row from left, junior Zach Senst; seniors Ethan Lehman, Jake Anderson, Andy Voges and Jaeger Reed; sophomore Quentin Thompson; and freshman Max Johnston.
Leana Bruer/Echo Journal The Pequot Lakes homecoming court includes, first row from left, junior Alex Kotaska; seniors Kyra Blaukat, Emily Stevens, king Max Tangen, queen Taya Salminen, Quinn Kratochvil and Molly Dotty; sophomore Kiana Thompson; and freshman Jordan Schindel; second row from left, junior Zach Senst; seniors Ethan Lehman, Jake Anderson, Andy Voges and Jaeger Reed; sophomore Quentin Thompson; and freshman Max Johnston.

Pequot Lakes Schools celebrated homecoming week Monday-Saturday, Sept. 19-24, with dress-up days during the week, homecoming coronation Friday, and the homecoming football game against Perham on Saturday.

New this year was a color run Saturday where participants got blasted with clouds of red and blue color as they ran through town.

Max Tangen and Taya Salminen were crowned homecoming king and queen Friday night.

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