Queen announced at Pacer-Cougar game

by: REVIEW PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - Lakeridge senior Bailey Morris is honored as the homecoming queen with her father, Scott Morris, at her side.Royalty reigned at Lakeridge High School last week.

During homecoming week, eight students learned they were princesses Oct. 7, and the queen was announced during halftime of the Oct. 10 Lakeridge-Canby football game.

Senior Bailey Morris wore the coveted queen’s tiara. Her father, Scott Morris, stepped onto the field with her, his arm encircling her waist as she held a bouquet of red roses and baby’s breath. Dad and daughter beamed as photographers snapped photos. Each grade level votes for two princesses, and then the entire student body votes for the queen.

Later in the evening, the Cougars’ football team lost to the Pacers for the first time since 2006. The score was 28-14.

Lakeridge students showed school spirit the afternoon of Oct. 10 with a homecoming parade that included the court members in their finery, the marching band, dancers, cheerleaders and more. Students rounded off the week with a Friday dance. The theme was “Carnivale.”by: SUBMITTED PHOTO: SOPHIE RICHARDS - The homecoming court members were, from left, freshman Rachel Kuhnert, freshman Maia Insinga, sophomore Emily Klaebe, sophomore Ann Monroe, junior Corina Pigg, junior Emma Bartel, senior Bailey Morris and senior Megan Johansen.

Jillian Daley can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and 503-636-1281, ext. 109. Follow her on Twitter, @JillianDaley.

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