Kemmerer High School Homecoming King Coy Taylor and Queen Peyton Ashley ride in the Homecoming parade down Main Street on Friday, Sept. 22. (GAZETTE PHOTO / Michelle Tibbetts)
Kemmerer was alive with town pride last week during Homecoming celebrations.
On Wednesday night, the Homecoming Royalty was crowned. Coy Taylor and Peyton Ashley were crowned King and Queen. Diana Escobedo was voted the junior princess and Alvero de Vincente Fernandez was voted the junior prince.
Diana Escobedo was voted the junior princess and Alvero de Vincente Fernandez. (GAZETTE PHOTO / Michelle Tibbetts)
Dawson Schramm and Teryn Thatcher were on the sophomore court, and Brayden Dearden and Madelyn Gregory were on the freshman court.
Dawson Schramm and Teryn Thatcher were on the sophomore court. (GAZETTE PHOTO / Michelle Tibbetts)
Brayden Dearden and Madelyn Gregory were voted on the freshman court. (GAZETTE PHOTO / Michelle Tibbetts)
Wednesday night also saw the football jersey auction, with Derrick Wilcox’s jersey earning the most money.
Seniors didn’t get to paint the ‘K’ during Homecoming week, but the Booster Club did have the Kemmerer icon lit for the football game. Students also held a car smash and bonfire, despite the cold weather.
Friday afternoon’s Homecoming parade was a big hit as floats decorated with Ranger pride made their way down Main Street. See the Gazette homepage for a slideshow of the Homecoming parade.
At halftime of Friday’s football game, Homecoming royalty, Grand Marshal Robert Gagliardi and Honorary Chairperson Kristi Magee were honored.
The Homecoming court was recognized at halftime during the game against Big Piney on Friday, Sept. 22. (GAZETTE PHOTO / Michelle Tibbetts)
High school students enjoyed a Homecoming dance on Saturday night.
Although the football and volleyball teams didn’t get Homecoming victories, the community still showed up to support the Rangers all week long.