Calloway, Parkin named Superior king and queen during Homecoming

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  • 2018 Superior Homecoming Royalty were introduced during last Friday’s football game. (Left to right): seniors, Hannah Calloway and Kade Parkin; sophomore, Tim Galarneau; freshman, Jasmine Savage; and juniors Emma Hopwood and Isaiah Kovolsky.

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    Seniors Hannah Calloway and Kade Parkin were announced as the 2018 Homecoming queen and king during the Friday, Oct. 19 football game.

  • 2018 Superior Homecoming Royalty were introduced during last Friday’s football game. (Left to right): seniors, Hannah Calloway and Kade Parkin; sophomore, Tim Galarneau; freshman, Jasmine Savage; and juniors Emma Hopwood and Isaiah Kovolsky.

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    Seniors Hannah Calloway and Kade Parkin were announced as the 2018 Homecoming queen and king during the Friday, Oct. 19 football game.

It was Homecoming for Superior School last week and Homecoming royalty made their way onto to the football field during halftime on Friday. Albeit half the court was absent with a no-show from freshman Mason Elliot and sophomore Kylee Pakke. Jasmine Savage represented the other half for the freshman, and Tim Galarneau represented the sophomore class. Juniors were Isaiah Kovolsky and Emma Hopwood and seniors Kade Parkin and Hannah Calloway. Parkin and Calloway were also announced as the 2018 Homecoming king and queen.

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