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Photo by Brenna Wilhite Pictured: George Weiss '15, Adam Barrett '16, Nicholas Pomernackas '15,
Jacob Titus '15, Alexander McGee '15, Jacob Steenbock '15

What did
you think
of the
music?
57% said:
"It was alright."
34% said:
"Best songs ever!"
9% said:
"Hated the music."
Homecoming
A Neon Night
Photo by Megan Miller Photo by Megan Miller Photo by Kyra Christensen

What did you


think of the
Neb. vs. Miami
game played
on theback wall?
Enjoying the night, Tasha Perkins '15 Slow dancing with his date, Dallas
Popping a balloon, Joseph Northup '15 spends time with her friend, Ashlie Hite '16, Tomasello '16, Devin Collins '15 enjoys
participates in a homecoming olympic at the homecoming dance. "My favorite Homecoming. "The most interesting part
game with Andrew Ryan '15. "Hip power is thing was dancing with my friend Ashlie," was seeing everyone have fun with the
key," Northup said. Perkins said. glowstick necklaces,"Collins said.
72% said: Photo by Brittany Hutchens Photo by Kyra Christensen

"Why was it even


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played?"
15% said:
"I watched most of it
instead of dancing."
13% said:
"I danced while my
my date watched."
"Dancing vivaciously, Thaddaeus Kinney '18 competes at the homecoming pep Laughing with his friends, Brennan Plummer '18
rally. "I was trying to smile big. I did the best I could to make the crowd laugh," dances with his group. "I was having a great time,
Kinney said. jumping around and singing horribly," Plummer
said.
"I thought it was weird they Photo by Brenna Wilhite Photo by Brenna Wilhite
had sports playing in the
back because more people
were watching that rather
than going to homecoming
for homecoming." Ashley
McClary '17
16
"Enthusiastically hip-hopping, Madison Kinney
'15 performs with her homecoming team. "I Performing at the homecoming olympics, Madison Jones '17 gets Swiss Rolls
focused on trying to perform and do my best to smashed on her face. "It was super messy I wished they would've done it differently,"
Design by: Brenna Wilhite '15 compete so we could win," Kinney said. Jones said. Pictured: Adlena McClain '16, Cecilia Saldana '16, Alonna Bascue '16
Pictured: Chad Gallagher '15

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Dancing on the floor with Boadie Photo by Michaela Heilesen


Croghan '15, Kaylee Caskey '15
enjoys her last homecoming. "Being
my last homecoming in high school, it
was a fun one. I'm glad I got to see all
my friends!" Caskey said.
Photo by Kyra Christensen

Photo by Brenna Wilhite


Getting into formation, Alexa Walking the field with Homecoming Court, Rachel
Murphy '15 shakes off her nerves Harold '15 chats with Scott Brown '15. "I was walking
towards the homecoming olympics. on homecoming court and was really happy to be on
"I was nervous becuase the whole it. Scott is really cool" Harold said.
student body watched," Murphy said.
Photo by Abigail Fisher Photo by Scott Brown

Photo by Brittany Hutchens


Photo by Brenna Wilhite

Riding on her teammate Sara Spinning around with friends, Krechele Brown '15
Hesser '15, Alexis Konfirst '15 has a Dancing with a fellow classmate, Kaleb participates in Homecoming Olympics. "Oh by golly
blast in the Homecoming Olympics. Henningsen '15 gets funky on the dance I'm dizzy," Brown said.
"It was the funniest, and best part of floor. "Turn down for what?! Dancing with Pictured: Lauren Nahnsen '15 & Kaitlyn Murphy '15
the dance," Konfirst said. friends is fun," Henningsen said.

Homecoming kicks off the beginning of school as the first dance of the year. It includes the beloved week of
dressing up according to individually themed days. There are creative themes ranging from totally rad 80s to
class color. Many students go all out and have fun by dressing up for homecoming week.
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Standing with the support of her team, Cecilia
I love being able to dress up, Its a fun and easy way to stand out and show school spirit, James Keller 15
Saldana '16 steadies herself for her next move. "I was
having the time of my life," Saldana said. said.
Photo by Brittany Hutchens
This week pumps up the student body in preparation for Friday nights game and Saturday nights dance with this
years theme, Neon Nights. While everyone is at home preparing their hair and outfits, all of the student council
members are hard at work decorating the cafeteria with fluorescent decorations.
As a member of student council Im really excited for all our hard work to pay off when the final product is
complete, Adlena McClain 16 said.
Come Saturday night, the cafeteria is completely decked out in neon and black light decorations. The clock finally
strikes eight and students are flooding in through the double doors in their best attire. The first thing students see in
the ultraviolet room is a giant lime green archway decorated in sparkling white lights that electrify the dim room.
Going into the cafeteria, there are neon lights bouncing off of the walls as everyone is dancing and fist pumping to
Usher's Yeah. As the night ended, students left the dance with memories that would last them a lifetime.
Story by Kyra Christensen
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Dancing on the floor, Kelsey Cheney 15 rocks out to


of-war with the tennis team!" - Gregary Teer '16
as

the music. I was trying not to mess up the dance and


remember the steps since we were a last minute entry
and came up with the dance that day, Cheney said.
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Pictured: Trevor Gibilisco '17

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