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Kayla Spangler's family crowns Franklin Co. homecoming queen

The 2022 Homecoming Queen lost her battle with cancer

(BROOKVILLE, Ind.) -- The Franklin County Wildcats celebrated homecoming with a parade and a win over Greensburg Friday.

One family who attended the game wasn't there to cheer from the stands.

Last year, classmates voted 17-year-old Kayla Spangler as Homecoming Queen.

And last year, the crowd chanted Kayla Strong as the senior said, "Tonight means everything to me" on Homecoming Night.

Kayla was battling a terminal brain cancer at this time last year.

Her courageous fight not only garnered support from the community, but also from her favorite actor, Dwyane 'The Rock' Johnson, who sent gifts and a personal message to Kayla.

The 17-year-old lost her cancer battle in December last year.

With a new homecoming approaching, the school asked her family to help them crown the 2023 Homecoming Queen.

Kayla's mother, Lindsey, along with siblings, Bailey and Caleb, presented the crown to senior Macey Ward.

"Kayla was in here in spirit. She was watching over everything tonight and she wanted me to do this. I know in heart she wanted me here," Lindsey Spangler said.


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