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Cumberland County High School will be celebrating basketball homecoming Friday night when the Jets and Lady Jets host District 6AAA foe Warren County. Voting for homecoming king and queen will take place when the games open until halftime of the girls game. Coronation ceremonies will be held between games. The homecoming candidates are, from left, standing, Corey Brooks, Nolan McClain, Cody Barnes, Zakk King, Logan Parsons, Brandon Myers, Alex Dixon and Nick Burgess; and kneeling, Klaire Varney, Kelsey Eldridge, Victoria Lee, Kirsten Cox, Rebekah Teeple, Erin Dille, Kenzie Woods and Kassandra Looschen.

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