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High school homecoming queen gives crown to friend with Down syndrome

A Texas high school senior who won homecoming queen opted to share the crown with someone she believed was more deserving — her friend with Down syndrome, a report says.

Trinity Arrington was nominated for the homecoming court at S&S High School in Sadler along with her classmate, Emily Petty, but when she won, she decided to give the crown to her pal, news station KXII reported . . .

Read more by Jackie Salo at New York Post

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