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BBHS Homecoming

October 10, 2011

The candidates, and the groups they represent, from left are Leah Duffer and Michael Coleman, representing the seniors; Sarah Jones and Eric Fox, representing choir; Sidney Troxel and Kyle Schweitzer, representing FFA/FBLA; Jamelyn Foster and Nathan Hanson, representing the faculty; Ashley Schweitzer and Jake McCormick, representing band; Baily Kirkpatrick and Patrick Wright, representing fine arts; and Taylor Pearson and Justin McCullough representing B-Club.

Broken Bow High School crowned its Homecoming King and Queen Friday night to round out a full week of spirit-filled activities. Meanwhile, the Indians hosted the Gothenburg Swedes in a rivalry match-up that went into three overtimes before Broken Bow eventually lost a heartbreaker on a gutsy call by head coach Mike Garner.

See photos of the Homecoming royalty and all the details of the game in this week's Custer County Chief!

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