La Jolla High celebrates Homecoming 2011

Queen Megan Micheletti and King Kevin Cruz were crowned during halftime.

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Photo: Luna Izpisua

La Jolla High’s homecoming festivities came off in a spirited fashion Friday, despite the rain. From a flash mob during the pep rally in the gym to fireworks at the games’ halftime, the day was packed with activities.

At halftime, the homecoming court was crowned. It included Kevin Cruz, Homecoming King; Megan Miicheletti, Homecoming Queen; Jimmy LeBeau, Junior Class prince; Kristen Crabb, Junior Class princess; Jack Bush, Sophomore prince; Kimi Pearson, Sophomore Princess; Jake Lebeau, freshman prince and Kate Mahoney, freshman princess.

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Posted by Staff on Nov 8, 2011. Filed under Featured Story, La Jolla, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

1 Comment for “La Jolla High celebrates Homecoming 2011”

  1. Alan

    What nice looking young people from our community. What a novel idea too – a male king and a female queen. Well done, La Jolla High.

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