BHS set to celebrate Homecoming

BHS set to celebrate Homecoming
Posted on 09/28/2021
BHS Homecoming Court

Bellefontaine High School will celebrate homecoming this weekend.

The homecoming parade will be Thursday evening.

The parade will begin at 6:30 at the intersection of Main Street and Chillicothe Avenue. It will proceed south and turn left onto Washington Avenue, then turn right onto Harding Street and head into AcuSport Stadium.

All fall athletic teams, select clubs, BHS Marching Band, and homecoming court will be featured in the parade.

The community pep rally will start around 7 p.m. in the stadium.

Fireworks will follow the pep rally.

The queen will be announced during pregame festivities Friday night.

The king will be crowned on Saturday night at the dance, which starts at 8 p.m.

Photo: Homecoming Attendants and King/Queen Candidates:

Front row, left to right: Olivia Ullom - Junior Attendant, Kinsley Scott - Sophomore Attendant, and Jayden Sims - Freshman Attendant

Back row, left to right: David Moody - King Candidate, Lily Turner - Queen Candidate, Owen Standley - King Candidate, Gabby Stolly - Queen Candidate, Ethan Yoder - King Candidate, and Vivian Eader - Queen Candidate

There will be a BHS Homecoming Food Truck Extravaganza Friday from 11 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. The food trucks will start serving again at 5 p.m.

The food trucks will be set up by the BHS Spirit Rock near Harding Street.

Food trucks from Where There’s Smoke, The Taco Bout, Catt’s Wagon, Fork in the Road, and Fruit Bucket Smoothies will be featured.

Bellefontaine (5-1) will host Springfield Shawnee (4-2) in football Friday at 7 p.m.
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