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Freshmen viola players Emma Tran and Desiree Asare pose before walking with the orchestra as the parade begins. The orchestra program walked as a group, with some people in alien costumes, and featured flags for all their instrumental sections.

Photo Gallery: Homecoming Parade 09/21

Hannah Mathew, Reporter
October 3, 2022
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Running back Fred Ware runs the ball against Eaton at the Sept. 10 home game.

Football to play against Marcus in homecoming game

Caleb Wright, Sports editor
October 21, 2021
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Student Council seniors Dexter Mitchell, Sydney Stafford and Tamia Hatcher shout for a video of the “Hawk Pride Never Dies” chant. The video will be a clip in the virtual homecoming pep rally to be held on Nov. 13.

Student Council finalizes homecoming plans

Emma Short, Editor-in-chief
October 29, 2020
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Silver Wings performs to the band’s rendition of “Dynamite“ by Taio Cruz during halftime. The team learned the choreography in one class period.

Photo Gallery: Homecoming game 9/27

Sarosh Ismail, Visual editor
October 1, 2019
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Student Council sponsor Jennifer Russell introduces the senior football moms for their dance at the homecoming community pep rally on Sept. 25. They performed a dance to songs like “Old Town Road” and many more with their sons on the football field at the homecoming parade.

Photo Gallery: Homecoming week

Arisha Hirji, Web editor
September 30, 2019
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Students dance to the first song played during the homecoming dance. The dance began at 8 p.m. in the cafeteria.

Photo Gallery: Homecoming

Rija Waqar, Reporter
November 1, 2018
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