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Anthony Sparacino asks his fairy godmother for a win at Mr. Linganore

by Grace Weaver, Editor-in-Chief

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The 18th Annual Mr. Linganore contest “It’s a Royal Affair” will be on March 4 at 7:00 p.m. Lancer Media is covering each of the contestants leading up to the big day.

One of the 12 contestants for the crown, Anthony Sparacino is portraying Prince Charming. He will be escorted by Ashley Yurich.

“I wanted to be Prince Charming because he was a good looking guy, and I wish to be as attractive as him one day,” said Sparacino.

Sparacino has seen prior Mr. Linganore competitions and was a part of Daniel Ross’s introduction last year. He believes that this gives him an upper hand over the other contestants because he knows the routine and how to prepare.

“I wanted to be a contestant of Mr. Linganore because it’s a fun tradition and looked like it would be fun to do with my friends,” said Sparacino.

His favorite part has been hanging with his friends and preparing for the competition, but he believes that the hardest part will be not panicking in front of the audience during the competition.

Sparacino’s talent is something that may help him calm his nerves, though. He is doing a talent that people have already seen him perform when he was in middle school, but with a bigger twist.

Sparacino is a member of the Varsity football and lacrosse teams, SGA, FCA, and Best Buddies club.

He will be majoring in economics at Mount St. Mary’s College of Maryland and will be a member of their lacrosse team.

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Anthony Sparacino asks his fairy godmother for a win at Mr. Linganore