DEGRAFF — The Riverside High School 2015 homecoming football game will be Friday, Oct. 9, against Upper Scioto Valley.
Homecoming festivities, including a local parade will take place before the game at 6 p.m. DeGraff will also hold a village homecoming parade, Wednesday, Oct. 7, followed by a community pep rally bonfire. The parade will leave the school at 7:25 p.m. and end at Schindewolf Express for a community bonfire at 7:45 p.m.
This year’s homecoming queen is Jasmine Bryant, daughter of John Bryant and Hollie Pope, of DeGraff. Riverside’s homecoming king is Connor Cotterman, son of Steve Cotterman and Mandy Cotterman, of DeGraff.
Senior attendants are Keysha Wray, daughter of Kevin and Tanya Wray. of Quincy, and Ty England, son of Tony and Belinda England, of Bellefontaine. Junior attendants are Allyson Dickenson, daughter of Wayne and Karen Dickenson, of DeGraff, and Trey Long, son of Shawn and Terri Dickenson, of Quincy. Sophomore attendants are Lauren Anderson, daughter of Brent Anderson and Jana and Steve Rice, of DeGraff, and Hunter Russell, son of Norm and Cappy Russell, of DeGraff. Freshman attendants are Dana Jones, daughter of Derek and Diana Jones, of DeGraff, and Joel Cotterman, son of John Cotterman, of Bellefontaine, and Jennifer Smith, of Belle Center.
Prince and princesses are Adalynn Calaway, daughter of Justin Pope and Nicole Frilling and Francisco Calaway, of DeGraff, and Grady Jenkins, son of Brad and Darcie Jenkins, of Quincy.
The homecoming dance, sponsored by the Student Council, will be Saturday, Oct. 10, from 8 to 11 p.m., in the Riverside High School auditoria. Music for the dance will be provided by The Buzz, the school’s student radio organization. Attire is formal and the admission is $5 per person. All students from another high school must be in ninth-12th grades to be eligible to attend Riverside’s homecoming dance.
This article was submitted by Riverside High School.