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Hoco propo \\ Freshman Zander Carker asks freshman Kaileigh Contreras to attend homecoming with him using a poster that read “Flowers are the second most beautiful thing in the world! Can I go to Hoco with the first?

Hoco propo \\ Freshman Zander Carker asks freshman Kaileigh Contreras to attend homecoming with him using a poster that read “Flowers are the second most beautiful thing in the world! Can I go to Hoco with the first?"

photo credit: Lauren Vasquez

photo credit: Lauren Vasquez

Hoco propo \\ Freshman Zander Carker asks freshman Kaileigh Contreras to attend homecoming with him using a poster that read “Flowers are the second most beautiful thing in the world! Can I go to Hoco with the first?"

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He started walking up to her from the stairs, with a big poster and a big heart. She let out a huge smile while given sunflowers. Words escaped her as she smiled and received his gift.

“I came up with the idea as to how I would ask my girlfriend [Freshman, Kaileigh Contreras] to homecoming,” freshman, Zander Carker said.

After the varsity game Sept. 28, freshman Josh Hollingsworth walked up to freshman Maddie Read with a poster that read “You must be at least this tall to say no to go to Homecoming with me”.

“I was very happy and excited,” Read said. “It was funny because it was about my height and I’m small.”

Both of these boys came up with their own unique way of asking their girlfriends to homecoming.

“I already knew what she liked,” Carker said. “I knew I had to say something cute.”  

Carker’s poster said “Flowers are the second most beautiful thing in the world! Can I go to Hoco with the first?”

All ninth-12th grade students are invited to the annual homecoming dance Saturday, Oct. 27, from 7-10 p.m. in the cafeteria. Get your tickets for $20 in advance Oct. 22-Oct. 25 in the cafeteria during Power Hour. Tickets at the door are $25. See you there!

 

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  1. Ryah Hill on October 12th, 2018 9:07 am

    Great story! I loved the different posters from different couples.

  2. Heath on October 12th, 2018 9:09 am

    It’s nice to know that hoco proposals aren’t getting to crazy yet.

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