Joe Bain and Maya Mollier were crowned Homecoming King and Queen.
By KRISTAN KORNS, Two Rivers Tribune
(All Photos by Kristan Korns)
The JV Hoopa Warriors were defeated by the South Fork Cubs, 28-22, in their first loss of the season on Friday, October 4.
Going into the close and hard-fought game, the team composed of mostly freshman had a 4-0 record. The loss puts them at 4-1 for the season.
Benny Griggs told the young team, “You’re all in a dog fight right now and you’ve never been in one before.”
The JV Warriors held their own against the Cubs, stopping the South Fork offense dead in its tracks several times.
Watching them on the field, it soon became clear that the only thing stopping this team of mostly freshmen is inexperience.
Sophomore Quarterback/Linebacker Gary Juan is already showing what a strong player with a season of experience can do.
Once the rest of the team have two or three seasons under their belts, they might be unstoppable.
Varsity Hoopa Warrior Jared Wilder, #1, gained some yardage during the game against the South Fork Cubs on Friday, October 4.
Senior Samantha Norton, center, attempted to rush past Junior Geena Talley, #4, during the powderpuff football game on Wednesday, October 2. The Juniors beat the Seniors 6-2, thanks to a touchdown in the first half by Ellen Sanders.
Senior Girls Powderpuff team
Junior Girls Powderpuff team
Senior Tule O’Rourke goes head-to-head with Junior Robert Dorgan on the court during the Junior vs. Seniors jock volleyball game. The Seniors won the first set 25-21, and the Juniors were ahead 17-14 in the second set when the school’s spirit rally ended.
Stony McCoy, Onaleece Colegrove, and Tule O’Rourke scramble for the last two seats in the musical chairs competition.
Onaleece Colegrove, Vanessa Bussel, Maya Mollier, Harlee Grant, Tristan Morton, and Aymee Perry show their school spirit on “Tie-Dye Tuesday”, October 1, and strike a pose for yearbook photographer Jurnie Wilder.
This year, the traditional parade with class banners was enhanced with a few flaming torches, a jester, and his unicycle.