PHOTOS: Willmar Homecoming royalty 2022

Willmar Senior High School crowns its royalty for homecoming 2022.

Willmar Senior High School homecoming royalty for 2022
Willmar Senior High School crowned its homecoming royalty Monday evening. The royalty are Prince Sam Raitz, from left, King Andrew Ziebarth, Queen Hannah Stark and Princess Sydney Schnichels. Homecoming activities are continuing throughout the week.
Contributed / Jessalyn Canavan
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Willmar homecoming king and queen 2022
Willmar High School crowned their homecoming royalty Monday evening. The royalty include King Andrew Ziebart, left, and Queen Hannah Stark.
Contributed / Jessalyn Canavan
Willmar homecoming royalty prince and princess 2022
Willmar High School crowned their homecoming royalty Monday evening. The royalty includes Prince Sam Raitz, left, and Princess Sydney Schnichels.
Contributed / Jessalyn Canavan

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