Students, alumni celebrate homecoming at KFHS
Published 6:08 pm Tuesday, October 11, 2022
Students and alumni at King’s Fork High School celebrated homecoming Friday with a day of fun and spirit with a pep rally to cheer on the Bulldogs’ fall sports teams.
Seniors were the guests of honor and completed their senior walk in front of their peers. Students competed for the spirit stick with the sophomore class being the clear winners. This was followed by musical chairs, which isn’t just for birthday parties, as several students played in a competitive musical chairs battle.
School officials said it was a wonderful day with perfect weather that helped get everything lined up for the evening activities.
Email newsletter signup
The homecoming 2022 parade was a success with the participation of several of KFHS clubs and organizations, along with some community members who joined in for it. The homecoming court was transported in a caravan of trucks donated by Mike Duman Auto Sales. There were smiles, waves and some fun sights Friday evening.
The homecoming 2022 game was a success for the Bulldogs as they remained undefeated, beating Deep Creek 35-14.
The halftime presentation was centered around introducing the court and their escorts. Each student was dressed to impress and were on display for all to see. The 2022 homecoming king is Corey Branch, while Arlisha Boston was crowned the queen.
Officials said it was a wonderful week to celebrate all things maroon and Vegas gold, thanking all who made it possible and to the KFHS community for always showing up and giving support.