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Seen on Scene: At Boulder City High Schools Homecoming Parade

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Boulder City High School Principal Amy Wagner waves at the crowd while taking a selfie during the 2017 homecoming parade on Sept. 7.

The Boulder City High School mascot gets everyone excited about homecoming during the parade on Sept. 7.

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The Class of 2018 float makes it way down Nevada Way on Sept. 7 during Boulder City High School’s homecoming parade.

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Garrett Junior High School eighth-graders Cameron Johnson, left, and Glen Dodd march in Boulder City High School’s 2017 homecoming parade on Sept. 7.

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Boulder City High School student Olivia Goodfellow balances a tennis ball on a large racket during the parade.

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Boulder City High School cheerleaders, from left, Christina Dunagan, Hope Blatchford, Taylor Cunningham, Kailyn Homer and Morgan McKay, get the crowd excited during the parade on Sept. 7.

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Student council dad Robert Murray drives a float in Boulder City High School’s Sept. 7 homecoming parade.

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Boulder City High School student and tennis player Tanner Montgomery, center in back, throws candy to a spectator while Michael Erlanger, left, and Preston Jorgenson cheer him on.

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DJ Reese and Summer Coyle were crowned king and queen at Boulder City High School’s annual homecoming game on Friday.

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