Ridgewood Homecoming Queen crowned

| October 20, 2014

DSC_0193WEST LAFAYETTE – Amanda Lowery was crowned the 2014 Ridgewood Homecoming Queen during the annual homecoming festivities held prior to the varsity football game against Sandy Valley on Friday evening, Oct. 17. She was escorted by Nick Blakely. Senior queen attendants were Brianna Grace and Sumer Kopp. And yes, the Generals won the game – 34-14. Amanda is pictured here with her dad watching as she is crowned by the 2013 Ridgewood Homecoming Queen Jordan Cognion. Beacon photo by Mark Fortune

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