September 23, 2013 | Updated: January 29, 2019

By Ramonica Jones

PDATE: ...and the winner is:

SOTX's own Libby Klein was nominated by her peers for Homecoming Queen at Fredericksburg High School. Klein is a member of the Fredericksburg I.S.D. delegation and practices with both the New Horizons and Fritztown Rebels teams.  An honorary F.H.S. cheerleader for two years, she also participates in athletics (track and field), bowling and bocce.  The F.H.S. senior became a SOTX athlete 11 years ago and we can't wait to see her shine on the Royal Court on September 27. Way to go, Libby!

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