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2017 PHHS Homecoming Court
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Homecoming week at Pleasant Hill High School is in full swing; spirit week excitement and “Board Game” themed float building is underway. Homecoming (HOCO) events will culminate this weekend with a Purple & Gold laden Friday full of activities and the HOCO dance on Saturday. Friday, September 22 activities begin with a PHHS early morning pep assembly and voting on queen
candidates. After a three-hour early release from school, the Homecoming parade will start at PHHS at 1:30 pm and travel down Myrtle to Lake and into downtown. The varsity Rooster’s football team will host the Oak Grove Panthers conference game at 7 p.m. Friday on Eklund Field. At halftime, the 2017 Homecoming Queen will be crowned by 2016 Queen, Hannah McCommon. The
2017 candidates and court members are (front row from left to right) Cara Faherty, freshman attendant; Sayler Todd, sophomore attendant; Morgan Gish, junior attendant; (back row from left to right) Gracie Smith, Lauren Redwine and Tabitha Graham, senior candidates. Lauren and Tabitha’s mom’s were also queen candidates their senior year and ran against each other making this opportunity even more fun for the girls.

Pride of Hill honors first
responders & military
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Pride of the Hill band members and their director appreciate those who attended their performance on Monday, September 11, at Eklund Field, for a time of reflection and gratitude to those who serve daily and for those who sacrificed their lives 16 years ago. The band also joined others by showing appreciation and honoring first responders and members of the military. After the band performed the national anthem, they closed with a moment of silence. Band members, directors and other staff who attended shook hands and thanked each of the first responders and members of the military before exiting the field in silence, remembering those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.

Knights of Columbus
Youth Soccer Challenge
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The event was held on September 10 at the soccer fields on Country Club Drive. There were 11 competitors, 3 boys and 8 girls. The winners of each age group will compete in the Regional Soccer Challenge on October 21 at the same location and also hosted by the Knights of Columbus St. Bridget Council. The photo is of the Knights that helped and the 4 winners. The Knights on the back row are Rick Bouchard, Mike Casey, Robert Mahoney, Mark Bock, Chris Thornsberry, Greg Dustman and Tim Long. The youth winners on the front row are David Duncan, boys age 12; Laney MacDaniel, girls age 10; Delaney Gilsdorf, girls age 11; and Lillie Math, girls age 14.

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