Laurel High School celebrates Homecoming all week long

Thursday, September 15, 2022
Laurel High School candidates for Homecoming King are Brayden Bennington, Everett Hilliard, Eli Weisenberger, Lane Bequette, and Chase Burrows. Queen candidates are Kaiya Graves, Gentry Davidson, Molly Cooney, Ella Breen, and Carly Cook. Photo by Lori Hodges

Laurel High School candidates for Homecoming King are Brayden Bennington, Everett Hilliard, Eli Weisenberger, Lane Bequette, and Chase Burrows. Queen candidates are Kaiya Graves, Gentry Davidson, Molly Cooney, Ella Breen, and Carly Cook. Photo by Lori Hodges

Laurel High School has been been celebrating school spirit with the community all week.

Kicking off the Homecoming festivities, the Homecoming Kickoff was held on Monday. Sponsored by LHS Student Council, the kickoff featured girl’s flag football, manly volleyball, a corn hole tournament, a dunk tank, music by the LHS Pep Band, tricyclte races, and a DJ.

Students, staff and teachers also expressed school spirit throughout the week by participating in school dress up days. Monday was Duo Day, Tuesday was Bikers vs Surfers, Wednesday was Anything but a Backpack Day/Toga Day, and coming up -- Thursday is Soccer Moms and BBQ Dads Day, and Friday is Purple and Gold Day.

A Pep assembly was held on Wednesday morning in the high school gymnasium. Soccer took on Lone Peak on Tuesday at home. Volleyball plays Lockwood Thursday at home starting at 7 p.m. Golf has the Laurel Invite on Friday starting at 10 a.m. Locomotive football hosts Fergus beginning at 7 p.m. Friday. LHS Cross Country is in Missoula on Saturday.

LHS will crown the Homecoming Royalty during half-time at the Friday night football game followed by a fireworks show. Pet owners should prepare their pets for loud noises.

Category:

Poll

Have you decided on your Halloween costume yet?

The Laurel Outlook

 

You can find the historic archives of our paper here:

https://laureloutlook.newspapers.com/

 

We use Google cookies to determine our demographic of visitors to our site. You can opt out here.

We also use Twitter Analytics to track clicks from our twitter feed.