Noxon celenbrates homecoming

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  • RYLAN WELTZ was crowned King and Jenna Freeman was crowned Queen at Noxon’s 2019 homecoming Friday. The Red Devils won the game, 49-8. (Photo courtesy Noxon Public Schools)

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    THE NOXON 2019 HOMECOMING COURT, from left, include Rylan Weltz (King), Jenna Freeman (Queen), Riley Wood (court), Elizabeth Lampshire (court), Michael Antonich (prince) and Alivia Hill (princess). (Photo courtesy Noxon Public Schools)

  • RYLAN WELTZ was crowned King and Jenna Freeman was crowned Queen at Noxon’s 2019 homecoming Friday. The Red Devils won the game, 49-8. (Photo courtesy Noxon Public Schools)

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    THE NOXON 2019 HOMECOMING COURT, from left, include Rylan Weltz (King), Jenna Freeman (Queen), Riley Wood (court), Elizabeth Lampshire (court), Michael Antonich (prince) and Alivia Hill (princess). (Photo courtesy Noxon Public Schools)

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