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Dana Point Times 

This year’s Dana Hills High School football game on Sept. 15 was a special night in every way possible.

The Dolphins snapped an eight-game losing streak on the field by defeating Santa Monica, 26-12.

Off the field, Dana Hills student Riley McCoy was named homecoming queen. McCoy was born with xeroderma pigmentosum, a rare genetic disorder that forces her to avoid exposure to ultraviolet light.

Click through our slideshow above to relive the night.

All photos taken by Alan Gibby, Zone57. 

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