2016 Riverside High School Homecoming and Spirit Week
DEGRAFF — Riverside High School will kick off this year’s Homecoming week during the week of Sept. 19-24. The Powderpuff football game will take place at Riverside’s football stadium on Tuesday, Sept. 20, starting at 7:30 p.m. with the freshmen versus sophomore girls followed by a reverse homecoming and junior versus senior girl’s game. The event is free and open to the public.
DeGraff will also hold a village homecoming parade at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 21, followed with a Community Pep Rally and bonfire at the end of the parade route at Schindewolf Express. The Riverside High School Homecoming football game will be Friday, Sept. 23, against Ridgemont in DeGraff. Homecoming festivities, including a local parade will take place before the game at 6 p.m.
This year’s homecoming queen is Helena Faulder, daughter of Jim and Chasity Faulder, of DeGraff. Riverside’s homecoming king is Tyler Sanford, son of Jeff and Kim Sanford, of DeGraff.
Senior attendants this year are Alaura Jacobs, daughter of Jason Jacobs, of DeGraff and Angela Hersh, of Lima, and Hunter Kreglow, son of Kyle and Samantha Kreglow, of DeGraff. Junior attendants are Kierstyn Severt, daughter of Scott Severt, of Bellefontaine, and Staci Severt, of DeGraff and Aaron Kean, son of Chad and Heather Kean, of Quincy. Sophomore attendants are Madison Faulder, daughter of Jim and Chasity Faulder, of DeGraff and Kameron Schlumbohm, son of Chris and Brooke Schlumbohm, of Quincy. Freshman attendants are Kennadie (Dora) Bryant, daughter of John Bryant and Hollie Pope, of DeGraff, and Levi Godwin, son of Corey Godwin and Kendra Engle, of DeGraff.
The 2016 homecoming princess is Leighton Miller, daughter of Justin and Holly Miller, of West Liberty and the prince is Greyson Godwin, son of Mandy and Corey Godwin, of DeGraff.
Riverside’s Homecoming Dance, sponsored by the Student Council, is Saturday, Sept. 24, from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. in the Riverside High School Auditoria. Music for the dance will be provided by The Buzz, the school’s student radio organization. Attire is formal and the admission is $5 per person. All students from another high school must be enrolled in ninth to 12th grades and are under the age of 21 years old to be eligible to attend Riverside’s homecoming dance.