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West Hancock celebrates Homecoming 2020

West Hancock celebrates Homecoming 2020

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CORRECTION: This story has been changed to reflect the correct names of the homecoming king and queen.

The gridiron is not just the purview of boys.

At least it wasn't on Sunday, when four teams of eight young women went head-to-head on Bob Sanger Field in Britt, as part of West Hancock's 2020 Homecoming celebration.

West Hancock Powderpuff football

The "powderpuff football" game was in fact flag football, and anything but "puffy," as the young women straight-armed, tackled and took off for the goal line.

He-Man volleyball matches took place in the high school gym shortly after the football games.

WH Homecoming

The 2020 West Hancock Homecoming Queen and King, Rachel Leerar and Cayson Barnes, with the 2020 princess and prince, Harker Haugland and Rylan Bierle.

Other scheduled Homecoming Week festivities included the Homecoming Parade on Thursday, followed by coronation and a pep rally at the football field.

Rachel Leerar and Cayson Barnes were crowned Homecoming King and Queen.

Friday night capped off the week as the football team defeated North Union, 61-12.

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