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Seniors choose Homecoming court

Hannah Hanford


When it comes to Fallbrook's annual Homecoming at Fallbrook High School, the senior class votes classmates to be on the court and the entire school votes for king and queen.

This year with five girls and five boys on the court, these students were selected: Johnny Downey, Anthony Thomas, Peyton van Eik, Alexis Mendoza, Javier Cisneros, Mikayla Gioia, Gabriella Pedo, Sophia Morelli, Jade Boultinghouse and Mia Garland.

Out of the 10 seniors on the homecoming court, three that have lived in Fallbrook their whole life explained what it means to be on the Homecoming Court.

"It's pretty cool; all of my brothers were on homecoming court and two of them won king, so yeah, it feels pretty cool to do that," said Johnny Downey who plays lacrosse for the school and is a leader of the student section at Fallbrook High.

Mia Garland expresses what being on homecoming court means to her, "It's pretty exciting. I feel very represented by my friends and everyone supporting me but I'm really honored to be here." She is also part of the film club at Fallbrook High.

"It's kinda surreal, honestly I still can't believe I'm on it; it's a lot of fun honestly," said Javier Cisneros." He is also a part of a dancing tradition for Hispanic culture at Fallbrook High.


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