Miami East Royalty


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Miami East High School crowned its 2015-16 Homecoming queen and king on Friday prior to the boys varsity football game against Mississinawa Valley. Lindsey Black was crowned queen, while Nathan Teeters was crowned king for Miami East. Last year’s homecoming king, Colton McKinney, was on hand to assist in crowning East’s royalty. A parade kicked off the homecoming festivities Friday evening and concluded with a dance Saturday night at the former high school.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Miami East High School crowned its 2015-16 Homecoming queen and king on Friday prior to the boys varsity football game against Mississinawa Valley. Lindsey Black was crowned queen, while Nathan Teeters was crowned king for Miami East. Last year’s homecoming king, Colton McKinney, was on hand to assist in crowning East’s royalty. A parade kicked off the homecoming festivities Friday evening and concluded with a dance Saturday night at the former high school.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Miami East High School crowned its 2015-16 Homecoming queen and king on Friday prior to the boys varsity football game against Mississinawa Valley. Lindsey Black was crowned queen, while Nathan Teeters was crowned king for Miami East. Last year’s homecoming king, Colton McKinney, was on hand to assist in crowning East’s royalty. A parade kicked off the homecoming festivities Friday evening and concluded with a dance Saturday night at the former high school.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_150925adw_East_royalty.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Miami East High School crowned its 2015-16 Homecoming queen and king on Friday prior to the boys varsity football game against Mississinawa Valley. Lindsey Black was crowned queen, while Nathan Teeters was crowned king for Miami East. Last year’s homecoming king, Colton McKinney, was on hand to assist in crowning East’s royalty. A parade kicked off the homecoming festivities Friday evening and concluded with a dance Saturday night at the former high school.
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