The race for royalty

Members of Junction City High School's 2018 homecoming court participated in a practice session Wednesday at Al Simpler Stadium to warm up for Friday night's main event. There are 24 students in this year's homecoming court. A queen and king will be crowned from the senior class candidates Friday, and a prince and princess will be crowned from each of the freshman, sophomore and junior class candidates. Pictured in the front row, from left, are candidates Kenlin Ortiz (freshman), Mauro Gonzalez (freshman), Corbin Sanner (senior), Niko Paradas (senior), Denzel Acheampong (senior), Damarion Sellers (freshman), Bryson Abejon (sophomore), Daniel Chang (sophomore), Blake Reed (sophomore), Nick Spellman (junior), Alejandro Ramos (junior) and Jojo Nieves (junior). In the back row, from left, are candidates Amaiya Rohan (freshman), Jashala Hekekia-Dixon (freshman), Emma Schroeder (senior), Elisabeth Roe (senior), Katelyn Craft (senior), Kaya Sparks (freshman), Amira Bivens (sophomore), Jocelyn Luke (sophomore), Chloe Welsh (sophomore), Sarah Taylor (junior), Sarea White (junior) and Adrianna Wilson Rivera (junior).

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