Back row: Mike Meekhof, Chase Casebolt, Jacob Marsh, Billie Welch, Brandon Moore, Zach Gaule, Jacob Buchberger and Danial Kilinski
Front row: Sam Riihimaa, Karlee Koetje, Nicole Rumsey, Kyla Pineda, Danielle Ellis, Nicole Jager, Ashlyn Lohman and Morgan
Montague High School will celebrate Homecoming by incorporating the theme of “90’s Cartoons” into their activities.
The freshmen class have been assigned Hey Arnold!, sophomores will work with Cat-Dog, juniors are Powerpuff Girls, and the senior class has Rocket Power. Each class will use their cartoon to motivate the Wildcats into prevailing over the Mason County Central Spartans. Activities will begin with float building this week.
This year’s representatives for the freshmen are Jacob Buchberger and Ashlyn Lohman. Sophomore representatives are Mike Meekhof and Sam Riihimaa. Representing the juniors are Danial Kilinski and Morgan Shugars. Members of the senior Court are: Chase Casebolt, Zach Gaule, Jacob Marsh, Brandon Moore, and Billie Welch for the guys with Danielle Ellis, Nicole Jager, Karlee Koetje, Kyla Pineda and Nicole Rumsey for the girls.
The week of Homecoming begins Oct. 1, but kicked off with a pep assembly on Friday, Sept. 28. The week will include a variety of dress up days; Monday there is no school due to professional development for teachers; Tuesday is color day; Wednesday is zombie day; Thursday is theme day; and Friday is blue and white day. Also held this week will be a 50 cent ice cream social and a Saturday night dance. The festivities on Friday will include the traditional blue/white day and a district-wide assembly, led by the MHS pep band. The cheerleaders will perform and also teach the football players a cheer to help build school spirit.
On Friday, Oct. 5, there will be a parade beginning at 6 p.m. at the corner of Cook and Hancock Streets, and will follow Cook to the football complex behind the high school. The crowning of this year’s king and queen will take place at halftime of the Montague vs. Mason County Central football game, and the dance will be held from 8-11 p.m. on Saturday in the high school gymnasium.