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Right: Stephanie Hertel shows the true spirit ol riomeconnng.
Above: Jenny Deardorff joins the pom pon squad in leading
the crowd in the school song. Bottom right: Zion
Benton tries to seize the ball, but senior Scott Wilson
refuses to give it up.
ious football teams.
ADD one grandstand full
of screaming fans, an as-
sortment of yelling cheer-
leaders, prancing pom pon girls, whirling
baton twirlers and a marching band
complete with white fur hats.
BLEND IN wacky decorations and
looney pranks. Combine with an excited
Homecoming queen and a high-spirited
WARM over the high heat of a
crackling bon fire.
FROST with toilet paper and several
handfulls of confetti, to make a special
Homecoming for everyone.
AKE two hyped-up, anx-
Though the traditional week of
Homecoming was sliced down to an
action-packed weekend the MHS
spirit was still there.
Out of the fifteen finalists, senior
Barb Allen was chosen for the
Homecoming Queen. The court was
made up of Amy Bellil, Lori Herman,
Danielle Mendez and Lynn Quinn.
"Old Time Rock n' Roll" was the theme
song for the unusual skit performed by
the cheerleaders at the assembly. They
danced and sang in the team's uniforms.
Halfway through the performance the
music disappeared and the girls found
themselves dancing to the voices of the
students now singing the Bob Seger
melody while clapping their hands in