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Koppelman and Maanum crowned as Homecoming royalty

Park Rapids' 2022 Homecoming Queen and King are Morgan Koppelman and Logan Maanum.

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Homecoming Queen Morgan Koppelman and King Logan Maanum hold court Sept. 12, 2022 in the Park Rapids Area High School auditorium. Attending them, from left, are seniors Caleb Arola and Haley Kerr, Coby Hagen and Louisa Etter, second grade crown bearers Brynlee Price and Colton Nilson, freshmen Kaden Gartner and Reece Adams, sophomores Ryan Carroll and Kate Dravis, and juniors Sawyer Torkelson and Kasen Girtz.
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Homecoming King Logan Maanum crowns Morgan Koppelman as queen Sept. 12, 2022 at Park Rapids Area High School.
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Morgan Koppelman and Logan Maanum were crowned as the 2022 Homecoming Queen and King on Monday morning at Park Rapids Area High School.

According to queen and king candidate biographies read during the coronation ceremony, Koppelman plans to go to college and study marketing. Her favorite school memory was winning the “Ender’s Game” competition with the Narwhals in Mr. Claussen’s class. Her favorite class was college algebra with Mrs. Brand.

Maanum’s plan after graduation is to study business management at a four-year college. His favorite school memory was friends Matt and Isaac watching pigeons in Mrs. Brand’s class. His favorite class was also college algebra with Mrs. Brand.

Students came onstage to model the week’s spirit wear, including “Little Me,” the Adam Sandler baggy look, and such “Why Do I Own This” wackiness as a plush shark’s head. Pianist Jillian Neubauer provided musical interludes.

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Jillian Neubauer performs a brilliant piano piece during the Homecoming coronation Sept. 12, 2022 at Park Rapids Area High School.
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Robin Fish is a staff reporter at the Park Rapids Enterprise. Contact him at rfish@parkrapidsenterprise.com or 218-252-3053.
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