Panthers on parade

Plymouth High School held its 2015 Homecoming Oct. 9, featuring a parade, football game and open house at the new Food Science & Technology Center.

The school celebrated Homecoming Week from Oct. 4 to 10 with a variety of events, including:

• Boys volleyball tournament on Oct. 4, won by Team Schermacher.

• Girls powder puff football tournament on Oct. 4, won by the seniors.

• Annual tug-of-war competition, won by the seniors, who also defeated a team of teachers.

• Storefront Decorating Contest for area businesses, with firstand second-place plaques for the most spirited displays in keeping with the theme “PHS Under the Big Top” going to Seranya Studios Art Boutique and Dear Old Books respectively.

• Themed dress-up days, with class colors on Monday, tie-dye Tuesday, stripes on Wednesday, patriotic on Thursday and Panther wear on Friday.

• Homecoming dance on Saturday in the PHS cafeteria. Friday’s events included:

• Induction of the 2015 Plymouth High School Alumni Hall of Fame: Gilbert G. Gilman of the Class of 1940, Roger Boeckmann of the Class of 1971 and Dr. Sharon Chappy of the Class of 1975 .

• Pep rally featuring a Pay It Forward video, lip sync competition (won by the juniors), and games (most won by the seniors).

• Announcement of the Homecoming Court, chosen by the student body from representatives of each student activity or club, and crowning of the Homecoming King and Queen (Sam Staehling and Kayla Lentz).

• Annual PHS Homecoming Parade through downtown, featuring student teams and organizations as well as community entries.

• Community open house at the new Food Science & Agriculture Center.

• Brat fry at the Finke Field concession stand sponsored by the PHS Soccer Booster Club.

• Homecoming football game against Campbellsport, which PHS won 51-0.

Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner

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