Gremlins celebrate Homecoming


Dynamic Duo Day is one of the favorite dress up days at Sacred Heart School for Homecoming. Seniors Tyler Kempf and Britten Mergen pose as Axl Rose.


Photos courtesy of Sacred Heart School

Freshmen Summer Caton and Riley Michaud dressed up as The Big Bad Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood for Dynamic Duo Day.


Photos courtesy of Sacred Heart School

Theme day brought in a cast of characters, as each class chose a different theme. Sophomores Taylor Siron and Alysia Marquez dress up as Minnie Mouse and Lilo to celebrate their class theme of Disney characters. This year, the freshmen dressed as animals, the sophomores came as Disney characters, the juniors dressed as nerds and the seniors came as their superheroes.


Photos courtesy of Sacred Heart School

Allison Prenger was crowned Homecoming Queen during the SHS coronation ceremony that took place prior to the start of the varsity boy’s basketball game against Tipton. Prenger was escorted by Ty Wissman. The Homecoming Court also included Jessica Schibi, Travis Holt, Hannah Wilhoit, Sam Eichholz, Amiela Hwang and Tyler Kempf.


Photos courtesy of Sacred Heart School

Despite freezing temperatures that postponed Sacred Heart School’s Homecoming game and coronation ceremony by a few days, the Gremlins were fired up for the traditional fun and festivities.

Each year, the high school classes compete against each other for the Spirit Stick, which earns the winning class bragging rights and a day off from school. The Junior class won the Spirit Stick based on outstanding school spirit, participation in the themed dress days, selling SHS fundraising cards, canned food drive and Gremlin Olympics.

Dynamic Duo Day is one of the favorite dress up days at Sacred Heart School for Homecoming. Seniors Tyler Kempf and Britten Mergen pose as Axl Rose.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_SHSHomecoming.jpgDynamic Duo Day is one of the favorite dress up days at Sacred Heart School for Homecoming. Seniors Tyler Kempf and Britten Mergen pose as Axl Rose. Photos courtesy of Sacred Heart School

Freshmen Summer Caton and Riley Michaud dressed up as The Big Bad Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood for Dynamic Duo Day.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_SHSHomecoming2.jpgFreshmen Summer Caton and Riley Michaud dressed up as The Big Bad Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood for Dynamic Duo Day. Photos courtesy of Sacred Heart School

Theme day brought in a cast of characters, as each class chose a different theme. Sophomores Taylor Siron and Alysia Marquez dress up as Minnie Mouse and Lilo to celebrate their class theme of Disney characters. This year, the freshmen dressed as animals, the sophomores came as Disney characters, the juniors dressed as nerds and the seniors came as their superheroes.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_SHSHomecoming3.jpgTheme day brought in a cast of characters, as each class chose a different theme. Sophomores Taylor Siron and Alysia Marquez dress up as Minnie Mouse and Lilo to celebrate their class theme of Disney characters. This year, the freshmen dressed as animals, the sophomores came as Disney characters, the juniors dressed as nerds and the seniors came as their superheroes. Photos courtesy of Sacred Heart School

Allison Prenger was crowned Homecoming Queen during the SHS coronation ceremony that took place prior to the start of the varsity boy’s basketball game against Tipton. Prenger was escorted by Ty Wissman. The Homecoming Court also included Jessica Schibi, Travis Holt, Hannah Wilhoit, Sam Eichholz, Amiela Hwang and Tyler Kempf.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_SHSHomecoming4.jpgAllison Prenger was crowned Homecoming Queen during the SHS coronation ceremony that took place prior to the start of the varsity boy’s basketball game against Tipton. Prenger was escorted by Ty Wissman. The Homecoming Court also included Jessica Schibi, Travis Holt, Hannah Wilhoit, Sam Eichholz, Amiela Hwang and Tyler Kempf. Photos courtesy of Sacred Heart School
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