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Homecoming Court 2014
School spirit soars as homecoming approaches
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Warren County High Schools 2014 Homecoming Court members, from left, are freshmen Wesley Jennings and Danielle Foster, sophomores A.D. Majors and Olivia Newby, juniors C.J. Hale and Larissa Lopez, seniors Logan Mize and Lakin Nunley, seniors Griffin Jones and Jarah Anderson, seniors Brandon Gutierrez and Allie Golden, juniors Samuel Adams and Haile Adams (not pictured), sophomores Logan Martin and Kelci Priest, and freshmen Grant Hitchcock and Abby Roller. Homecoming King and Queen will be named at halftime of Friday nights football game. - photo by Lisa Hobbs
Monday was a day when it was OK to be a dweeb at Warren County High School.In keeping with the spirit of homecoming week, Monday was Nerd Day and students were encouraged to tape their glasses, pull up their pants, and embrace the geek in themselves.Spirit week continues Wednesday with Disney or Camo Day and concludes Friday with School Pride Day where students are encouraged to show their red, white and blue.Festivities continue with Friday afternoon's Homecoming Parade, which begins at 12:45 p.m. and makes its way down Main Street, and Friday night's homecoming football game against Stone Memorial.The halftime ceremony will feature the crowning of the Homecoming King and Queen and the winner of the parade float competition. Last year, the sophomore class shocked the community by winning first place with its impressive parade float.On the football field, the Pioneers (2-4) will be looking for their second district win when they take on the Panthers. Stone Memorial (3-3) won last year's game in Crossville.