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Photo gallery: Plum homecoming queen and more

| Monday, Sept. 25, 2017, 4:00 p.m.
Brie Biolotta was named Plum High School homecoming queen during halftime of the Mustangs's game against McKeesport on Friday, Sept. 22. She is shown being escorted by Prom King Josh Kruger and members of the Homecoming Court.
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Brie Biolotta was named Plum High School homecoming queen during halftime of the Mustangs's game against McKeesport on Friday, Sept. 22. She is shown being escorted by Prom King Josh Kruger and members of the Homecoming Court.
Last year's homecoming queen, Savanna Yocca, is escorted by Tyler Ruggiero during Plum's homecoming ceremony at Mustang Stadium on Friday, Sept. 22. The Mustangs lost the football game to McKeesport, 48-14.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Last year's homecoming queen, Savanna Yocca, is escorted by Tyler Ruggiero during Plum's homecoming ceremony at Mustang Stadium on Friday, Sept. 22. The Mustangs lost the football game to McKeesport, 48-14.
The  Mustang mascot of Plum High School  made an appearance at the 
homecoming football game, Friday, Sept. 22. The Mustangs lost their conference game to McKeesport, 48-14.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
The Mustang mascot of Plum High School made an appearance at the homecoming football game, Friday, Sept. 22. The Mustangs lost their conference game to McKeesport, 48-14.
Plum cheerleaders on the sidelines while the school fight song is performed by the marching band before the homecoming gameon Friday, Sept. 22.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Plum cheerleaders on the sidelines while the school fight song is performed by the marching band before the homecoming gameon Friday, Sept. 22.
Plum's marching band keeps the excitment rolling at the homecoming game on Friday, Sept. 22.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Plum's marching band keeps the excitment rolling at the homecoming game on Friday, Sept. 22.
Reed Martin (10) carries the ball in the first quarter of Plum's homecoming game against McKeesport on Friday, Sept. 21.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Reed Martin (10) carries the ball in the first quarter of Plum's homecoming game against McKeesport on Friday, Sept. 21.
Parker Simmon, 8, a student at Regency Park Elementary, is ready to cheer for the Plum Mustangs at the team's homecoming game on Friday, Sept. 22.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Parker Simmon, 8, a student at Regency Park Elementary, is ready to cheer for the Plum Mustangs at the team's homecoming game on Friday, Sept. 22.

The band played, cheerleaders cheered and a queen was crowned Friday at Plum High School's homecoming football game.

The only bad part about the evening was the Mustangs Big East conference lost to McKeesport, 48-14.

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