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10/22/2018 3:10:00 PM
Kaley Pearson Named 2018 WLHS Homecoming Queen
Kayley Pearson 2018 West Lincoln Homecoming Queen(Photos Courtesy Janet Reep Morgan)
Kayley Pearson
2018 West Lincoln Homecoming Queen

(Photos Courtesy Janet Reep Morgan)

2018 Homecoming Court
2018 Homecoming Court

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Included Are Photos From the
Football Game, Homecoming Festivities &
the Band Performance

Lincoln Herald Staff
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LINCOLNTON, N.C. – Kayley Pearson was crowned Homecoming Queen during the halftime ceremonies at West Lincoln High School Friday, October 19. She was escorted by her father, Robert Pearson.

Congratulations to the 2018 Homecoming Court and Class Representatives:

  • 12th grade: Kaley Pearson, Tanner Powell and Hannah Turner
  • 11th Grade: Gracie Ledford
  • 10th Grade: Ashlynn Eurey
  • 9th Grade: Zoe Huffman

The 2018-19 Rebel Mascots chosen by the Senior Class were Cash Craig and Marie Baker. They participated in the Homecoming festivities along with many representatives from school clubs and organizations during halftime.

One of the most anticipated events of the entire school year at West Lincoln is Homecoming. Every day had a different theme during “Rebel Pride Week” and the students dressed up for each day.

Rebel Pride Week at West Lincoln started out on Monday with Music Monday, Tuesday was As Seen On TV, Wednesday students displayed different cultures from Around The World, Thursday was Group Day, and then Friday was the traditional Rowdy Rebel Day.

The annual Homecoming Parade was held on Wednesday, October 17 at 6 p.m. through Downtown Cat Square. It might have been one of the shorter parades seen along this route but it had to be the most spirited with homecoming attendants, football players, cheerleaders, the marching band and many school organizations taking part.

One of the highlights of the week was the Tractor Parade on the track around the football field at West Lincoln before school on Friday morning.

Lots of friends, family, former alumni and West Lincoln football fans filled the stadium on Friday night to support their Rebels for the Homecoming game and halftime ceremonies. The Marching Rebels performed their competition show after the game.

GAME RECAP: Bandys 36-22 --- Homecoming night at West Lincoln saw the Rebels come up short against Bandys as Ethan Howard ran for 182 yards and had three touchdowns in the win over West Lincoln. Both the Trojans and the Rebels traded scores with Bandys first to score 7-0 in the first quarter. The Rebels came back with a scoring pass from Seth Willis to Jessie Hatcher but missed the extra point, 7-6. West led for the first time Friday night with a touchdown by Willis and a two-point conversion  by Nakathon Phansook, 14-7. The Trojans Jackson Spicer made a touchdown in the second quarter with the extra-point kick the score was 14-14 going into the halftime homecoming festivities. During the third quarter Bandys was again took the lead on 9-yard run by Isaiah Talbert, extra-point made the score 21-14 for the Trojans. Howard scored his second touchdown in the fourth quarter making the score 28-14. Then another Rebels touchdown made the score Bandys 28, West Lincoln 22. With time running out West Lincoln was unable to stop Bandys as they made their last touchdown of the game for the victory.  This Friday, October 26, Bandys will host Lake Norman Charter, while the Rebels will host East Lincoln.


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