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Ramtein Foghi and Sophia Cortina, junior homecoming royalty, waving to the crowd as they drive down the Cam High track during the Homecoming Game Halftime Show.

Ramtein Foghi and Sophia Cortina, junior homecoming royalty, waving to the crowd as they drive down the Cam High track during the Homecoming Game Halftime Show.

Photo by: Tony Thai

Ramtein Foghi and Sophia Cortina, junior homecoming royalty, waving to the crowd as they drive down the Cam High track during the Homecoming Game Halftime Show.

Photo by: Tony Thai

Photo by: Tony Thai

Ramtein Foghi and Sophia Cortina, junior homecoming royalty, waving to the crowd as they drive down the Cam High track during the Homecoming Game Halftime Show.

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Wednesday, September 28, students voted in their homerooms for the homecoming court. Each class nominated three princesses, three princes and the senior queen and king nominees. All classes were given a ballot with the names of the nominees of their class and the king and queen nominee names.

After the initial voting, ASB tallied the votes and determined the winners of each grade. However, the king and queens will be announced on Friday at the homecoming rally. The results are as follows:

Freshman Nominees:

Freshman princes nominees were Andrew Herrera, Khlein Manuel, and Jesse Valenzuela, and freshman princesses nominees are Izabella Gonzales, Lilliana Lee, and Valerie Torres.

“I want to win because my brother Khyle Manuel nominated me on Twitter,” said Manuel.

The winners for Freshman prince and princess are Herrera and Lee.

Andrew Herrara, Klein Manuel, and Jesse Valenzuela

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Andrew Herrera, Khlein Manuel, and Jesse Valenzuela

 

Isabella Gonzales, Liliana Lee, and Valerie Torres

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 Izabella Gonzales, Lilliana Lee, and Valerie Torres

Sophomore Nominees:

Sophomore prince nominees were Ethan Francisco, Matthew Miller, and Ehab Naim, and sophomore princesses nominees are Regan Hurd, Gabrielle Jose, and Rocio Martinez.

“[Francisco and I] want to be nominated together. We’re really excited,” said Martinez.

“It’ll be a really fun week with the rally on Friday and all the dress-up days,” said Francisco.

The winners for sophomore prince and princess are Naim and Jose.

Ethan Francisco, Matthew Miller, and Ehab Naim

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Ethan Francisco, Matthew Miller, and Ehab Naim

 

Regan Hurd, Gabriella Jose, and Rosie Martinez

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 Regan Hurd, Gabrielle Jose, and Rocio Martinez

Junior Nominees:

The junior prince nominees were Ramtein Foghi,  Michael Gonzan, and Alan Salmoran, and princess nominees were Sophia Cortina, Bella De Rosa, and Ana Martinez.

“It was surprising, I guess, [being nominated],” said Foghi.

The winners for junior prince and princess are Foghi and Cortina.

Ramtein Foghi, Michael Gonzan, and Alan Salomoran

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 Ramtein Foghi, Michael Gonzan, and Alan Salmoran

 

Sophia Cortina, Bella De Rosa, and Ana Martinez

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Sophia Cortina, Bella De Rosa, and Ana Martinez

Senior Queen and King Nominees:

Senior king nominees are Jonah Cottrell, Daniel Gomez, and Caden Muscarella, and senior queen nominees are Nikki Puga, Paola Lozano Delgado, and Kelsey Keefer. The final four nominees were announced at the rally today.

“Being nominated is a really big honor because it means that your fellow students thought that you were enough of a good person, a good representation of academics, being involved, and just having faith in you, that you’re a good person. Being nominated is being able to be recognized for who you are,” said Keefer.

Jonah Cotrell, Daniel Gomez, and Caden Muscarella

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Jonah Cottrell, Daniel Gomez, and Caden Muscarella

 

Nikki Puga, Paola Lozano, and Kelsey Keefer

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Nikki Puga, Paola Lozano Delgado, and Kelsey Keefer

The senior king and queen will be announced at the homecoming game tonight.

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