Angleton graduates leapt and danced as the rain poured, the perfect end for a graduation for the ages.

What started out a perfectly social-distanced solution for a senior year robbed by the COVID-19 shutdown — graduates were temperature screened and masked on the way in, seated six feet apart spanning the entirety of Wildcat Stadium field — ended in a raucous release of energy when the alma mater closed and the class song began.

Yvonne Mintz is editor and publisher of The Facts. Contact her at 979-237-0105 or yvonne.mintz@thefacts.com.

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