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By Tim Martinez

Like most homecoming queens, Annie Kvamme was surprised to hear her name called for the honor during halftime of a Washington School for the Deaf football game last month.

“I was stunned when my name got called,” Kvamme said. “Not only did I not expect to be homecoming queen, but at the time, I was just thinking about playing the game and what I needed to do get ready for the second half.”

Some in attendance may have been surprised to learn WSD’s homecoming queen was also the starting offensive guard for the Terriers’ 8-man — check that — 8-player football team.

Read more: http://www.columbian.com/news/2017/nov/19/wsd-senior-annie-kvamme-enjoys-year-of-surprises/

Source: The Columbian

2017 Washington HC COurt
Annie Kvamme and John Smart, teammates on the Washington School for the Deaf football team and homecoming court. (Photo courtesy of Nathan Boyes)