(STURGIS) – Homecoming royalty was crowned Friday night at Sturgis High School.
During halftime of the Sturgis v Paw Paw football game, the 2019 Homecoming Court was introduced to those in attendance. Named as Homecoming Queen was Rachel Toner and the Homecoming King was Christian Rooyakkers.
Toner says she wasn't expecting to hear her name announced as Homecoming Queen.
Toner says she's been keeping herself pretty busy during her time at SHS.
She's been keeping herself pretty busy during her time at SHS. She is involved with cross country, track, the Buddy Program, National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, Key Club, Student Senate and the Youth Advisory Council.
After she graduates, Toner says she would like to travel, go to school and get a job.
The Sturgis High School Senior Class won the Homecoming Spirit Competition.
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