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The Huntingdon High School Mustangs play their final home football game of the regular season Friday and will celebrate both Homecoming and Senior Night.Homecoming events begin Thursday with a powder …
The Huntingdon High School Mustangs play their final home football game of the regular season Friday and will celebrate both Homecoming and Senior Night.
Homecoming events begin Thursday with a powder puff football game from 1:05-2:45 p.m. at Paul Ward Stadium. Admission is $1.
Then, at 6:45 p.m., a senior caravan will go from the civic center to the high school for a 7 p.m. bonfire.
On Friday, a parade begins at 1:15 p.m. and will run from the high school past the primary and middle schools to the court square.
There, a community pep rally will include the naming of Mr. and Miss Huntingdon High School.
From 5-7 p.m. prior to the game, ribeye sandwiches will be sold by the sophomore class.
At 6:30 p.m., seniors participating in football, cheerleading, band, cross-country and golf will be recognized on the field with their parents.
At the end of the first quarter, cheerleaders will perform a special Homecoming dance routine.
During halftime, the Homecoming royalty will be presented and the queen crowned. Members of the royalty are: seniors Jordan Davis and Anna-Claire Campbell, juniors Brooke Butler and Anna Ruth White, sophomores Lindsey Sanders and Rylee Holladay and freshmen Sadie Shands and Josie Williams.
Proceeds from the various Homecoming events will go to the HHS Student Hardship Fund in memory of Judy Roark.