Looking Back at Homecoming 2018

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A group of friends from homecoming 2018.

A group of friends from homecoming 2018.

Nigel Ice

Nigel Ice

A group of friends from homecoming 2018.

Nigel Ice, Staff Reporter

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Homecoming is a magical event that takes place every year. Students come from every grade and all around the school to have a really good time for one night out of the year. This year, in particular, was just as amazing as years prior. There were so many students having fun and spirited, great music blasting to dance to with friends, and no awkward slow songs that all the singles had to sit through. For the freshmen, homecoming this year was an awesome example of what they can expect in the years to come, and for the seniors, homecoming 2018 was a great finale and really kept the farewell train moving after Spirit Week. Senior Emily Smith had the following to say about her last homecoming dance, “This year was so much fun and having so many great friends with me made it even better. I’m glad that this dance was my last, but it is also really sad I won’t be able to relive it.”

Another pair of seniors also had a magical night when they won Homecoming King and Queen. Abi Garcia and Wanya Cohen were crowned this year’s homecoming royalty at the end of the night. At homecoming there was never a slow moment. There was always either a bop of a song playing or a dance-off breaking out on the middle of the dance floor, usually led by Wanya who did an amazing job of keeping the night fun and entertaining for everybody.

About the Writer
Nigel Ice, Staff Reporter

Nigel Ice is a senior at Wade Hampton High School and this is his second year writing for The Herald. He enjoys relaxing at home watching Rick and Morty when he is not working at Tony’s Pizza or Full House Sportzaria. Nigel aspires to be a world history teacher after attending Greenville Tech for two years, then transferring to a four year college. He has two dogs: one is a pure German Shepherd puppy and the other is a mix of Husky, Pitbull, and Lab. He is excited to finish his time in high school with the newspaper staff and is ready to have a wonderful year.

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