Shorewood homecoming

Thursday, October 25, 2018

The Seniors celebrate their win at the Homecoming assembly on Friday, October 19th

Photos by Lisa Hirohata
Article by Lisa Hirohata and Shorewood staff

Shorewood High School celebrated Homecoming last week with a jam-packed week of class competitions, a royal court, a spirited assembly, a nail-biter of a football game, halftime performances and a dance.

The drumline performs at the assembly L-r Luca Fenlason, Clayton Reid,
Jackson Wynd and Connolly Grady (upside down) 

Homecoming is a celebration of school pride and class unity that is rich in history and tradition. This year's theme, Pacific North Best, brought out the originality and creativity in students, with each class selecting a different company with its roots here in the Pacific Northwest.

Students Natalia Mancuso, Andrew Counter and Cameron Highet show their halftime moves

Freshmen sampled as Costco, the sophomores served as Starbucks, juniors took off with Boeing, and seniors delivered as Amazon.

At the end of the week, which included seven different competitions, the winner of the 2018 Homecoming festivities was announced at the all-school assembly --the Senior class!!

Shorewood 2018 Homecoming Court

A highlight of the week was the announcement of our Homecoming Court. They were nominated by the senior class and voted on by the entire school. These students are all involved in several school activities, and together, this group has accumulated almost 1500 hours of community service!

From left: Luke Shelley, Anna Pitts, Bergen Lunde, Julia Nelson, Ava Lee, King Jose Luis Gandar, King Ben Heagler, Arden Hubbard, Annie Suh, Andrew Counter, Ximena Chalita, and Kevin Kimura

Homecoming Kings Ben Heagler (left) and Jose Luis Gandar celebrate at halftime

The Shorewood football team played their last regular season game versus Marysville-Getchell at Shoreline Stadium. A back and forth battle ended with a one point overtime victory by the opponent.

Seniors David Snell (#4) and Robert Banks (#3) watch as MG tees up the game-winning PAT.

The Thunderbirds, however, clinched their first postseason appearance in many years. They play Arlington this Friday, 10/26 at 5pm at Shoreline Stadium. The results of the game will determine seeding in the state football playoffs starting Friday, November 2nd.

The Shorewood Drill team warms up pre-game

10-25-18 updated with additional name of drumline player 


Post a Comment

We encourage the thoughtful sharing of information and ideas. We expect comments to be civil and respectful, with no personal attacks or offensive language. We reserve the right to delete any comment.
Facebook: Shoreline Area News
Twitter: @ShorelineArea
Daily Email edition (don't forget to respond to the email)

  © Blogger template The Professional Template II by 2009

Back to TOP