Despite snow days, Basketball Homecoming game, ceremony go on

Girls beat John 76-50

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Despite snow days, Basketball Homecoming game, ceremony go on

Despite three consecutive snow days, the crowd showed up for Homecoming at the girls’ game against John Hardin on Feb. 1.

Despite three consecutive snow days, the crowd showed up for Homecoming at the girls’ game against John Hardin on Feb. 1.

Despite three consecutive snow days, the crowd showed up for Homecoming at the girls’ game against John Hardin on Feb. 1.

Despite three consecutive snow days, the crowd showed up for Homecoming at the girls’ game against John Hardin on Feb. 1.


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Even after celebrating only two out of five spirit days, leaving hallway decorating unfinished, and having no chance to get hype at a pep rally, Bruin Nation still showed up and showed their pride at the Homecoming game against John Hardin tonight.

Seniors Karissa Dingess and Zach Jones were named 2019 Basketball Homecoming Queen and King, followed by a recognition of junior Emily Bryant’s 1,000th point, which she scored on Dec. 17 against John Hardin.

To top off the night, the girls won 76-50.

Seniors Karissa Dingess and Zach Jones were crowned 2019 Basketball Homecoming Queen and King at the girls’ game against John Hardin on Feb. 1.

Junior Emily Bryant was honored before the game for scoring her 1,000th point on Dec. 17.