Evan Pappas/Staff PhotoNatalie and Jack Weidenbach

Mount Si students celebrate homecoming with parade and rally

Mount Si High School students gathered on Friday, Oct. 21 to celebrate Homecoming with a parade and to support the football team in their match against Inglemoor.

Mount Si High School students gathered on Friday, Oct. 21 to celebrate Homecoming with a parade and to support the football team in their match against Inglemoor.

The festivities began just after 5 p.m., with the parade featuring the clubs, sports, and classes at Mount Si High School. The dance team, cross country, and sports medicine were just some of the groups represented.

There was even a staff-filled float dedicated to the school’s ongoing construction and renovation.

As students filed into the football stands after the parade, the varsity football team prepared for their match against Inglemoor. Mount Si immediately took control of the game with three quick touchdowns. That trend continued all night, giving Mount Si the win with their highest scoring game of the season, 63-21 over Inglemoor.

At halftime, after the choir and dance team performed for the audience, Homecoming royalty was announced with the two athletics representatives, Jack and Natalie Weidenbach being named Homecoming King and Queen.

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