Snapshots of Homecoming Week
Scenes from around the Kanawha Valley
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Anatomy/Physiology teach William “Doc” Crouch dressed as a flying monkey for Wizard of Oz Day at GW. (By Tessie Carenbauer)
St. Albans juniors Katie McDonald and John Perry get into dress for the West Day. (SAHS courtesy photo)
This quartet of Sissonville High School students dressed as “Mortal Kombat” characters for the school’s False Identity Day. They are Caleb Potter as Reptile, Daniel Jones as Sub-Zero, Corey Halley as Raiden and Chris Seckman as Scorpion. (By Lesley Cruick
(From left) Megan Meadows, Christina Wright and Matt Brumfield show off their bling on Riverside's Bling Bling Day. (By Paige Lavender)
Capital freshman Sarah Pauley strikes a pose as "Super Sarah," her disguise for the school's Superhero Day. (Wendy Pauley courtesy photo)
St. Albans students (front) Johnny Woodford, Justin Hensley, Gabe King; (back) Tory Clark, Louie Balbuena, Jesse Reed and Jerry Greybill are very manly men. (SAHS courtesy photo)
Brother and sister Jamal and Dena Carter of St. Albans pose for a quick picture during the school’s powder puff football game. (SAHS courtesy photo)
Junior Phillip Berry and sophomore Joshua Luciano dress up for St. Albans High School’s Dress for a Luau Day. (SAHS courtesy photo)
(From left) Riverside’s Meaghan Jarrell, Bridget McGuire and Staci Cox go old school for Back in Time Day. (By Paige Lavender)
St. Albans High School students show their spirit at the homecoming game. (SAHS courtesy photo)
Sophomore Lindsay Hay of Sissonville dressed as Aphrodite for False Identity Day. (By Lesley Cruickshank)
Brittni McGuire, Megan Meadows, Paige Lavender, Alicia Nissel and Tabitha Phalen are totally 80s during Riverside's Back in Time Day. (Paige Lavender courtesy photo)
Lauren Nagy of George Washington holds the senior class banner, reflecting the class theme of “The Wizard of Oz.” (By Tessie Carenbauer)
George Washington freshmen Amy Adams and Kendall Lannan and Charleston Catholic freshmen Frank Del Giudice, Lauren Hatfield and Kaitlin Pauley enjoy relaxing on "The Couch" at Charleston Catholic’s homecoming game. Hatfield won the raffle for the right to
Sissonville sophomore Emily Carpenter as Shirley Temple on False Identity Day. (By Lesley Cruickshank)
Soon-to-be homecoming queen and king KoKo Johnson and Billy Ross of St. Albans get a ride in a convertible for the school’s homecoming parade. (SAHS courtesy photo)
A water balloon toss was one of George Washington's homecoming spirit games. (By Tessie Carenbauer)
Charleston Catholic sophomore Tess Lucas decorates the French classroom's door for homecoming week. In the decoration, students incorporate the homecoming theme (this year’s was “CCHS Travels the Globe”), school spirit, and an aspect from the class which
These masked ladies are celebrating Mardi Gras Day at St. Albans. (SAHS courtesy photo)
St. Albans junior Travis Bradfor sings karaoke during the school’s homecoming festivities. (SAHS courtesy photo)
The senior class at GW went all out on decorations for its Wizard of Oz Day. (By Tessie Carenbauer)
Riverside’s Billy Ivey rocks the mullet with Rebekah Moore on Back in Time Day. (By Paige Lavender)
The George Washington High School band performs at the school’s homecoming assembly. (By Tessie Carenbauer)
St. Albans freshman Caitlyn Johnson in her Dress for the West Day outfit. (SAHS courtesy photo)
St. Albans High School kept up its unbeaten streak with a 14-8 homecoming game victory of Greenbrier East. (SAHS courtesy photo)