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WCHS Homecoming 2013
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For the second year in a row, Warren County High School’s Homecoming Parade was held the night before the big game. Last year, the parade was changed to Thursday night to encourage community involvement and was once again a success as most of the parade route was filled with Pioneers fans.Students rose to the occasion and created various ways to obliterate their opponent for Friday night’s homecoming game, the White County Warriors.Freshmen encouraged the Pioneers to “Whac-A-Warrior,” reminiscent of the famous “Whac-A-Mole” game where moles emerging from the ground are whacked on the head for points. On the float, a Pioneer holds a huge mallet waiting to whack the Warrior on his head as he emerges from a hole in the ground.Sophomores delighted the crowd with their float design, “Douse the Warriors.”

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