Kenzie Simmons, senior, watches the game dressed in white as per the game’s white out theme with her friend Jordan Boschen, senior. Simmons attends most football games. “I thought the game was a great bonding experience for our grade because it’s somewhere we all come together and all cheer for the same thing on a team,” Simmons said.
Jack Oglivy, senior, just off the field, drinks water and crowds around a screen with teammates and coaches to discuss plays. Oglivy has played football for 10 years and this is his first year playing for varsity. “It felt like the team really came together for the win,” Oglivy said. “When the defense wasn’t playing well the offense picked up and vice versa.”
Matt Kadlec, senior, reassures senior Isaiah Brisseaux, starting defensive tackle, after he was put out due to an ankle injury. “I was just letting him know that his season wasn’t over and that we were going to win this game for him,” Kadlec said.
Sriram Zassenhaus, senior, walks down the track as a Homecoming court nominee escorted by seniors Matt Pak and Brady Stultz. Zassenhaus was crowned Homecoming king at the dance Sept. 28. “It was great to get the student section involved,” Zassenhaus said.
Julie Leung, senior, dances with Mystique. Leung has been a part of varsity Mystique since sophomore year and this is her second year as a Captain. “Homecoming is one of the best games we get to perform at not only because it’s a huge event with a great audience, but because it’s one of the few times j.v. and varsity get to perform together in the same dance,” Leung said.