Camero-Sulak, Lance Crowned at Saline Homecoming While Seniors Take Float Contest

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 10/13/2018 - 01:04

Michael Lance and Brianna Camero-Sulak were crowned Homecoming King and Queen at halftime of the Saline football game Friday.

Lance, the son of Tom and Marie Lance, is a three-year drum major for the marching band. He’s been involved with National Honor Society, robotics, sign language club, and played baseball and track. He hopes to pursue a degree in engineering in college. Camero-Sulak, daughter of Kevin and Adrian, is involved several student organizations, including UpRoar!, book club, National Honor Society, Minding Your Manners and Washtenaw Youth Initiative.

They were joined in the senior homecoming court by Aiyat Ali and Shay Milley, Miranda Patterson and Ryan Moore and Ellie Peterson and Jack Eberts.

Representing the freshman class were Emma Driskell and Julian Downey. Briell Eugeni and Chance Bezeau represented the sophomore class. Ella Woehlke and Frank Parkinson represented the junior class.

The seniors won the homecoming float contest. The theme was “Under the Sea.”

 The senior entry was entitled “Sink Monroe.” Floats were judged on how well they represented the theme, craftmanship, creativity and class participation. David Raft presented the “Principal’s Award” the juniors, who also won the “spirit trophy.”

The Saline Key Club won the $100 sidewalk challenge for sidewalk art along the parade route.

The annual Homecoming Dance is held at the Saline High School Commons from 8 until 11 p.m.


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