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Homecoming: A wild ride at West Side | Preston Citizen

Homecoming: A wild ride at West Side

October 5, 2011


Story by RODNEY D. BOAM 


WSHS junior Shayla King carries the ball during the powder puff football game last Tuesday afternoon.

Most everyone had a fun and busy time at Homecoming Week at West Side High School last week. The activities were scheduled so as not to conflict with the LDS General Conference on Saturday.

Tyrel Garner leaping past the bonfire to rally the students last week for the Homecoming Football game.

Tuesday activities included the Powder Puff Football game. Generally it is a chance for the senior girls to play the junior class girls in a rousing game of flag football.


Wednesday was Dress Up Day when students could dress up as a superhero or in their pajamas. It was also crazy hair day and JV football at Bear Lake. There was also a community dinner at the high school cafeteria that evening.

Cody Lind with painted face, shows his colors at the football game last Thursday evening.

There was a volleyball game, at home against Grace. The Lady Pirates cruised past the Lady Grizzlies 3-0. After the volleyball game, the faculty played students in volleyball. Skits were performed by class presidencies. Madison Bodily was named Homecoming Queen. Her first attendant was Shelby Moser and Giada Locatelli, a foreign exchange student from Italy, was second attendant. Andrea Martin was the third place finisher of the contest.




A group of dance-goer's giving their best shot to the photographer.

Thursday was Spirit Day, the cross country team competed in the Cache-Box Invitational held at the Preston golf course. The high schools in Franklin County competed with schools from Box Elder and Cache County, Utah. The big Homecoming Football game against the Bear Lake Bears was that evening and the Pirates out-muscled the Bears winning 27-6.


Friday, besides giving students a chance to dress up as their favorite sports team, students got dressed up in their best clothes to participate in the Homecoming Dance that was held later in the evening on the football field.



Sam Northridge and Jace Keller dressed as Luigi at one of the activities during Homecoming Week.

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