Libby High School Homecoming 2018

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  • Junior Chandler Bower crowns senior JJ Davis as homecoming king Friday during halftime of Libby’s 42-14 win over Browning as fellow seniors Ethan Back, Kaleb Lingren and Masin Payne congratulate him. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    Junior Ashlynn Monigold crowns senior Bella Hollingsworth homecoming queen Friday during halftime of Libby’s 42-14 win over Browning as fellow seniors Linsey Walker, Samantha Miller and Emma Gruber congratulate her. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    Libby High School homecoming king and queen JJ Davis and Bella Hollingsworth walk off the field after being crowned Friday during halftime of Libby’s 42-14 win over Browning. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    The 2018 Libby High School homecoming court: seniors Emma Gruber, Linsey Walker, Samantha Miller, Homecoming Queen Bella Hollingsworth, Homecoming King JJ Davis, Kaleb Lingren, Ethan Beck and Masin Payne. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    During the presentation of Libby High School senior student athletes between the boys and girls soccer games Saturday, Ethan Neff (second from left) had soccer teammates Elijah Smith, Kaleb Lingren and Zachary Carter run in from both sides to stand in as his family and walk with him when they saw he was walking out without by himself. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

  • Junior Chandler Bower crowns senior JJ Davis as homecoming king Friday during halftime of Libby’s 42-14 win over Browning as fellow seniors Ethan Back, Kaleb Lingren and Masin Payne congratulate him. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    Junior Ashlynn Monigold crowns senior Bella Hollingsworth homecoming queen Friday during halftime of Libby’s 42-14 win over Browning as fellow seniors Linsey Walker, Samantha Miller and Emma Gruber congratulate her. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    Libby High School homecoming king and queen JJ Davis and Bella Hollingsworth walk off the field after being crowned Friday during halftime of Libby’s 42-14 win over Browning. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    The 2018 Libby High School homecoming court: seniors Emma Gruber, Linsey Walker, Samantha Miller, Homecoming Queen Bella Hollingsworth, Homecoming King JJ Davis, Kaleb Lingren, Ethan Beck and Masin Payne. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    During the presentation of Libby High School senior student athletes between the boys and girls soccer games Saturday, Ethan Neff (second from left) had soccer teammates Elijah Smith, Kaleb Lingren and Zachary Carter run in from both sides to stand in as his family and walk with him when they saw he was walking out without by himself. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

Libby High School celebrated homecoming Friday, Oct. 5, as well as recognizing senior participants in athletics during the soccer and varsity volleyball games Saturday.

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