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Former U.S. President Bill Clinton stopped by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1503 hall in Dale City to stump for his long-time friend Terry McAuliffe's gubernatorial bid.
The Hylton Bulldogs celebrated homecoming Friday night naming senior Briana Bouldin homecoming queen for the class of 2014. Students also voted Ron Tran homecoming king, which was announced Saturday.
Countless homecoming stories can be written about the king and queen not expecting to win. Some are based out of modest and some come from pure, genuine, straight-out-of-left-field surprise. Chalk up Gabriel Mendoza and Caitlyn Bishop of Woodbridge High School in the latter category.
Gar-Field opted for the traditional route last week by naming three-year varsity football player Austin Johnson king and four-year varsity cheerleader Jasmine Cortes queen during the Indians' homecoming game Friday night in Woodbridge.
Walking across the football field, arm in arm with his father Bryant and mother Rosie, Demetrius Wade acted like any other student in the Osbourn High School homecoming court on Friday night. The home crowd wildly cheered and applauded when the public address announcer revealed Wade as the Eagles' new king, placing him with queen Alice Tran as Osbourn's senior class royalty for 2013. "He is such a cool guy and always smiling," said senior Bailey Dufrene of her friend and classmate. Wade, one of the most well-liked students at Osbourn, has Microcephaly, a neurodevelopment disorder that affects his learning ability and motions.
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Battlefield High School’s protracted homecoming festivities ended Monday night on a happy note for everyone in Haymarket. Prior to the halftime festivities, many members of the homecoming court milled around with friends enjoying their special night and speculating about who might be crowned queen.
Even though finding the homecoming king required picking out one student from a group of hundreds if not over 1,000 fans, in theory, it wasn't supposed to be a needle-in-the-haystack moment.