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The 1987 Homecoming Week for the MPHS Cougars was filled with excite¬ ment. To start off the week the Fresh¬ men chose Beach Day as their dress- up day. The Seniors took first place followed by the Juniors at second, Sophomores at third and the Fresh¬ men finishing fourth. Monday evening, the decorating of the halls took place, and faithful students stayed late to show their school spirit. As Tuesday came around, so began the Seniors’ day. Punk-Rock Day was again won by the Seniors. Their fund raiser was the Senior Slave Sale which was very successful. The hall competi¬ tion was judged and the Juniors had a surprising victory. The Seniors followed with a close second. Sophomores placed third, and the Freshmen placed fourth. Wednesday was the day for the Homecoming Week! Juniors. Hippy Day was again taken by the Seniors. The annual fund raiser for the Juniors was the famed Powder Puff Football game which was won by the Seniors on a last second score to end the game at 6-0! The Seniors’ team was coached by Jimmy cooper, Billy Dill- man, and Charles Randolph. The Juniors were coached by David Waters, Roy Hall, and Matt Mitchell. Thursday was Nerd Day and was chosen by the Sophomores as their dress-up day. The day was won by the Juniors followed by the Seniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen. Bringing the week to a close on Fri¬ day the final dress-up day was Black and Gold Day, where the Juniors were victorious. A fired-up student body as¬ sembled in the Gym for the Pep-rally. The classes were judged in spirit, and the Seniors took first followed by the Juniors with a very close second. Spirit links were won by the Juniors. The Seniors placed second, the Fresh¬ men third, and the Sophomores fourth. The floats were displayed during the parade. The Seniors took first, Juniors second, Sophomores third, and Fresh¬ men fourth. Also in the parade were Freshman princess Krysti Noel, Sophomore princess Lisa Kirk, Junior princ esses Vanessa Bello and Sheila Toler, and Senior princesses Tonya Cisler, Tracey Floyd, and Kay Richards. At the game Kay was crowned Homecoming Queen and reigned with Steve Cook who had been crowned Homecoming King at the Pep-rally. The football team lost a tough game to the upcoming George Mason Mustangs 13-0, but they put up a good fight. Homecoming 19
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