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Seen on Scene: At the BCHS Homecoming Parade

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Boulder City High School Principal Amy Wagner waves to the crowd during the homecoming parade Sept. 23.

Boulder City High Schools class of 2024 showcases its float during the homecoming parade Sept. 23 and encourages the football team to “Dump Pahrump.”

Boulder City High School seniors and members of the 2021 homecoming court Zach Martin and Reggi Gibbs smile at the crowd during the parade Sept. 23 in downtown Boulder City.

Students from King Elementary School ride their bikes in the Boulder City High School homecoming parade in town Sept. 23.

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Members of the Boulder City High School football team ride in the homecoming parade in town Sept. 23.

Amy Wagner

Boulder City High School seniors Zach Martin and Ella McKenzie were named the homecoming king and queen at a ceremony during halftime at Friday’s football game.

By Celia Shortt Goodyear

Boulder City Review

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