By Hannah Goerndt and Alissa Schell
The 2019 Homecoming Spirit Night took place on Oct. 3. The band kicked off the evening by playing a few songs, followed by a welcome from Katie Wang and Shelby Moore.
The cheerleaders fired up the crowd with a cheer as the senior volleyball parents prepared for their skit. The senior volleyball parents skit was comprised of the parents attempting to make fun of their children, using small competitions reffed by TC Shellhamer. Following this skit the band performed their newest song, Believer by Imagine Dragons.
The volleyball girls showed off their rolling skills, as they played a game of human bowling. The cheerleaders performed a cheer and Coach Boggs said some inspiring words for the volleyball team.
Next up was the student council skit, which was “Minute to Win It” games. A few students were chosen to try get an oreo from their foreheads into their mouth without using their hands. Other students had to toss an egg back and forth without cracking it, and some had to keep three balloons up in the air. Then a few teachers raced to get all the kleenexes out of their boxes.
Coach Breitbach followed with a motivational speech for the football team and then it was the senior football parents skit. The parents took to the court with chairs in hand, as they challenged their children to a dance off. The song was The Git Up by Blanco Brown, and the seniors had to attempt to recreate their parents dance. Next the lights were turned off as the band performed Louie Louie with glow sticks lighting up their instruments.
The NHS skit comprised choosing people to build a house, complete with a fireplace and fire. The fire, king Teight Madler, was quickly doused to save the house. The middle school was then proclaimed to be the winners of the Hall Decorating Contest, followed by the Spirit Jug shouting match, which was won by the senior class. The high school students were then released to participate in the annual bonfire and car bash as an amazing end to the fun-filled night!