Royalty, along with spirited seniors, were crowned during Community R-VI’s Homecoming last Friday when the basketball teams hosted rival Wellsville-Middletown for their annual event.
Junior Alissa Curtis was crowned Queen and Junior Phillip Doms was crowned King. Each of the four Community R-VI classes battled in a variety of events during the “Community’s Got Game” themed week of Homecoming events.
Dress-up days included America Monday, Toga Tuesday, Fake Injury dress-up on Wednesday, as well as Circle of Life on Thursday. On Thursday, freshmen and sophomores dressed as babies while the juniors and seniors dressed as elderly people. Spirit Day was held on Friday.
On Tuesday, posters with a board game theme were made. The sophomores won the contest with juniors in second, freshmen in third, and seniors in fourth.
As for the best float contest, seniors won the event. The freshmen took second, juniors were third, and sophomores were in last place.
The sophomores won the cake contest with the freshmen placing second, seniors in third, and juniors in fourth.
In the banner competition, seniors took first place, freshmen were second, juniors were third, and sophomores placed fourth. On the final day of the week, there were class games consisting of king and queen relay races, “Family Feud,” “Jenga,” “Operation,” “Walk the Plank,” and more.
After the points were tallied, the seniors won the Spirit Shield. The freshmen placed second, sophomores were third, and juniors were fourth.
Community R-VI graduates from several different decades were also recognized during the Homecoming event.