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Hanford High School Honors Champions

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RICHLAND, Wash. - Many high school seniors graduate Saturday but before they turn the tassel and say goodbye Hanford High School sent them out with style. Today the school honored all of their successful athletes with a "Parade of Champions." But athletes weren't the only students honored, Science Bowl and Art Club winners also got marched the halls.

"One of our faculty members came up with an idea of doing a champions parade. And so we decided to recognize kids that excelled in every area of our school that were champions, so this is how that came about," explained, Thomas Hegarty, Hanford Athletic Director

" It was really nice to remember the mid Columbia conference championship, that was a good thing to win and seeing our friends it's the end of the year it's nice to get people riled up for the next season."