Battling for the crown

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By Cana Wilson, Staff Writer

On Friday, March 13th, many of James River’s gentlemen gathered in the theatre to compete for the Mr. James River crown. The competitors showcased their talents by dancing, singing, playing an instrument and many other acts. The proceeds benefitted the John Titus Scholarship, and was Liz Candler’s Capstone project. The winner of the pageant was junior Noah Blevins, who twirled glow “strings” as his talent. Check out our photo gallery below!

A contestant played the French horn as his act.
A contestant played the French horn as his act.
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The judges of the night: English teacher Laura Stewart, former principal Mr. John Titus, and alum Aaron Kurz.
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A competitor introduces his escort by twirling him around .

 

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The winner of the Mr. James River pageant, who performed with glow strings, shows his winning pride.
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The emcees of the night entertain the audience with their numerous jokes.

 

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