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Moffat County Homecoming offers fun for all

Craig Daily Press Staff Report
The members of the Moffat County High School Class of 2015 displays its school spirit during the 2013 Homecoming parade last fall in downtown Craig. This year's Homecoming activities begin Monday and include multiple sporting events, dress-up days and more for students and the community.
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Moffat County High School 2014 Homecoming schedule

The week includes numerous student activities, dress-up days and home sporting events. All take place at MCHS unless otherwise noted.

Monday — Space Day

4 p.m. Freshman football vs. Meeker

7 p.m. Macho Volleyball

Tuesday — Medieval Day

4 to 7 p.m. Volleyball teams vs. Aspen

4 to 7 p.m. Boys soccer teams vs. Roaring Fork in Carbondale

Wednesday — Safari Day

7 p.m. Powder Puff Football

Thursday — Western Day

3 p.m. Pep assembly

4 to 7 p.m. Boys soccer teams vs. Aspen

8 p.m. Bonfire

Friday — Blue and White Day

8:30 to 11 a.m. Float building

1 p.m. Homecoming parade along downtown Craig streets

6 p.m. Royalty coronation

7 p.m. Varsity football vs. Battle Mountain

Saturday

TBD, Cross-country time trials at Loudy-Simpson Park

11 a.m. Boys varsity soccer vs. Colorado Rocky Mountain

8 to 11 p.m. Homecoming dance

Moffat County High School’s annual Homecoming festivities take place this week, and the schedule promises plenty to make the tradition a memorable one this year.

Moffat County High School 2014 Homecoming schedule

The week includes numerous student activities, dress-up days and home sporting events. All take place at MCHS unless otherwise noted.

Monday — Space Day

4 p.m. Freshman football vs. Meeker

7 p.m. Macho Volleyball

Tuesday — Medieval Day

4 to 7 p.m. Volleyball teams vs. Aspen

4 to 7 p.m. Boys soccer teams vs. Roaring Fork in Carbondale

Wednesday — Safari Day

7 p.m. Powder Puff Football

Thursday — Western Day

3 p.m. Pep assembly

4 to 7 p.m. Boys soccer teams vs. Aspen

8 p.m. Bonfire

Friday — Blue and White Day

8:30 to 11 a.m. Float building

1 p.m. Homecoming parade along downtown Craig streets

6 p.m. Royalty coronation

7 p.m. Varsity football vs. Battle Mountain

Saturday

TBD, Cross-country time trials at Loudy-Simpson Park

11 a.m. Boys varsity soccer vs. Colorado Rocky Mountain

8 to 11 p.m. Homecoming dance

This year’s theme is “Different Places, Different Faces,” reflected in dress-up days that will allow MCHS students and teachers to get creative with costumes ranging from outer space to the Middle Ages to a safari to the Wild West, culminating in Friday’s display of school colors and Bulldog pride.

The coveted spirit stick is at stake, so students are encouraged to go all out each day, as well as to get involved with the school’s efforts with a canned food drive and the teenage safe driving campaign, Celebrate My Drive.

The soccer and volleyball teams will host home games during the week, as will cross-country as part of a non-competitive event to determine their speed for later meets, while activities like Macho Volleyball for the boys and Powder Puff Football for the girls will allow for a greater amount of participation.

A pep assembly and a bonfire earlier in the week will get MCHS ready for the downtown parade Friday, for which the school is seeking lots of community entries. The cost is $25, and the deadline to register is Wednesday.

For more information, call 970-826-6592.

Before kickoff of Friday night’s varsity football game against visiting Battle Mountain, community members will get their own fill of fun with the coronation of this year’s royalty and a golf ball drop to benefit the school’s basketball teams.

The game ball will also be delivered by helicopter to provide some extra thrills, followed by a halftime show complete with performances by the school band, cheerleaders and a fireworks display.

Finally, the student dance will take place Saturday night to wrap up a full week.

For more information, call 970-824-7036.


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