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Updated: 11/09/2017 08:31:09AM

Homecoming 2017 at DeSoto County High

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ARCADIAN PHOTO BY STEVE KNAPP

DeSoto County's 2017 Homecoming queen Malyssa Jeter (left) and 2016 queen Chelsea Whitmore were teammates in volleyball and softball for the Lady Bulldogs.

ARCADIAN PHOTO BY STEVE KNAPP

The 2017 homecoming king and queen are Malyssa Jeter and Zachary Dalton. Jeter is on the Bulldogs' volleyball and softball teams, while Dalton runs cross country and track for DeSoto County High.

ARCADIAN PHOTO BY STEVE KNAPP

Tyreke Evans and his family walk across the field for the senior night festivities. Brother, Dillon, wears uniform number 53.

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Senior Anthony Gaitan and his family prepare for the final game of Gaitan's career. Older brothe,r Julio, was a versatile star for the Bulldogs in his career.

ARCADIAN PHOTO BY STEVE KNAPP

Quarterback Malcom Smith and his family turned out for the Senior Night event.

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Tammy Jackson escorts her son, Kendhal Stewart, before the game. Stewart probably played the best game of his career in the Bulldog win.

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The new Bulldog mascot was rolled out at Friday's homecoming game.

ARCADIAN PHOTO BY CRAIG GARRETT

Preslie Angelico (left), A.J. Angelico and Jayda Stillwell getting situated in the minutes before Friday's homecoming parade.

PHOTO BY CRAIG GARRETT

JROTC cadets Mark Grueber (left) Hollie Peaden, Kayla Gibson and Rodrigo Santiago at parade rest.

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The DCHS bulldog mascot and Principal Ismael Villafane at the homecoming parade.

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Homecoming parades aren't complete without the players in Friday's showdown.

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What's a parade for the Bulldogs without a bulldog?

ARCADIAN PHOTO BY CRAIG GARRETT

Malyssa Jeter and Zachary Dalton in the parade in the hours before being named homecoming queen and king.

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Chelsea Whitmore (left), 2016 Homecoming queen, puts the crown on 2017 Homecoming queen Malyssa Jeter.

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