Homecoming Week Ends in Whirlwind of Activity

Read our recap of the Homecoming Week events!

Homecoming week brought many celebrations to Frenship School District.

During Friday’s pep rally at FHS, students enjoyed presentations from the dance team, cheer squad, and various student groups. As a part of the pep rally, each student group presented a float atop a wagon during the “Mini Parade” contest. The FHS Latin Club was named the winner of the competition for their gladiator themed float.

The Crowning Ceremony was held before the kickoff of Friday night’s football game. Frenship High School senior Courtney Miller was crowned homecoming Queen and Frenship High School senior Brad Erculiani was crowned homecoming King.

As the football game progressed, a special recognition was made between the 1st and 2nd quarter. Frenship IDS honored the family of Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar. Staff Sgt. Melgar was killed in action earlier this year. Despite their rivalry on the football field, fans from Frenship and Midland gave the Melgar family a standing ovation on honor of Staff Sgt. Melgar’s sacrifice.

During Halftime of the game, the Frenship high School Tiger Band debuted their full half time performance. The award winning Tiger band entertained the crowd throughout the game with their lively music.

The homecoming festivities did not stop on Friday.

On Saturday, the city of Wolfforth celebrated their annual Harvest Festival. The Festival kicked off with the homecoming parade, and was followed by the kids’ Color Fun Run and entertainment and vendors throughout the day.

During the Harvest Festival, Frenship High School senior Stephanie Boston was crowned the Harvest Festival Queen. In addition to receiving a crown, Boston was awarded a $500 college scholarship.

FISD is thankful for all of the students, staff, volunteers, and community members who helped make Homecoming 2017 a success!