Minster High School’s homecoming king and queen were crowned Friday night before the football game against New Bremen. Jenna Nixon was crowned queen, while Jared Heitkamp was crowned king. Nixon is the daughter of Tim and Trina Nixon. Heitkamp is the son of Brad and Tracy Heitkamp. Both are seniors at Minster High School.
Fort Loramie’s Cody Barhorst brings down Tri-Village’s Jared Buckley on Friday at Fort Loramie.
New Bremen’s Avery Powers, right, runs the ball as New Bremen’s Andrew Bowers, left, tries to block Minster’s Sam Schmiesing, at Minster.
Griffen Doseck, of Anna, drives through Nick Riley and Caden May, of Parkway.
Claire Poppe performs during halftime as part of the Little Rocket Cheer Night. 127 Little Rockets ranging from Kindergarten to 5th grade participated. Claire is the 5-year-old daughter of Matt and Stacey Poppe.
Matthew Skorupski, of Anna, power drives Caden May, of Parkway, after May caught a pass on Friday.
Minster’s Jared Huelsman runs the ball surrounded by, left to right, New Bremen’s Caleb Alig, Charlie Sailer and Casey Parker at Minster.
New Bremen’s Avery Powers is brought down by Minster’s Alex Lehmkuhl at Minster.
Fort Loramie’s Nick Brandewie is brought down by Tri-Village’s Austin Bruner, bottom, center, as Jacob Shaffer, right, advances to help with the take down at Fort Loramie.
The Minster High School mascot stands for the playing of the U.S. National Anthem during the Minster vs New Bremen football game at Minster.
Sidney junior Christian Retterer tries to avoid a tackle by Troy’s Blake Burton in the first half on Friday.
Sidney takes the field before a Greater Western Ohio Conference game against Troy on Friday at Memorial Stadium.