Vikings crown homecoming king and queen
CHARLO — Charlo High School’s senior Coyle Nagy and Mona Reich were crowned 2021 Homecoming King and Queen during halftime festivities at the Viking football game against the Choteau Bulldogs on Friday night.
Earlier in the afternoon the Viking faithful celebrated homecoming with an all-class parade on Main Street. The third grade won this year’s best float contest for the elementary school followed by the sixth grade who won the junior high best float award while the senior class took top float honors in the high school.
The junior class won the all-school spirit award.
Under the lights Friday night, the Vikings moved to 2-2 on the season with a 44-34 win over the Choteau Bulldogs.
Homecoming king and Viking quarterback Coyle Nagy went 9 of 18 passing for 89 yards and one touchdown. Nagy also rushed 84 yards on 16 carries and three touchdowns.
Also for the Vikings, Keaton Piedalue rushed for 100 yards on ten carries and a touchdown. Piedalue also snagged a one-yard pass from Nagy in the second quarter for a touchdown.
On defense, Braydon Zempel led the Vikings with seven tackles while Hayden Hollow snatched two interceptions.