Seniors Riley Woodruff and Jake Quenichet smile for photos by their friends and family as Woodruff proudly sports the queen’s crown. “This has been a really great experience, and I want to thank my friends, family, and my escort, Jake Quenichet, for making this a memorable night!” said Woodruff. Photo by Grace Allen.
Sophomores Shelby Hardin and Wenkers Wright lead the line of representatives as they look into the crowd for parents and friends. “It felt special that I was chosen to represent the sophomore class for Homecoming,” said Hardin. Photo by Grace Allen.
Seniors Riley Woodruff and Jake Quenichet look at each other with surprised faces as Riley is announced 2018 Homecoming Queen. “I was super shocked, but after that I was very excited,” said Woodruff. Photo by Grace Allen.
Senior Emma Stewart is escorted by junior Seth Cook while in the running for Homecoming Queen. “I was glad I could escort her and it gave me another thing to look forward to on a Friday night,” said Cook. Photo by Grace Allen.
The 2018 Homecoming court waits anxiously to hear who this year’s Homecoming Queen will be. Photo by Grace Allen.
Former Homecoming Queen Delaney Mazza crowns the 2018 Homecoming Queen senior Riley Woodruff. “It was a lot of fun to crown Riley and really exciting. I was so happy that they asked me to come back!” said Mazza. Photo by Grace Allen.
Senior Lauren Thompson smiles with her escort senior Brett May as they pose for a photo by the parents and photographers. “I was pleasantly surprised when I found out I was voted on to the court. I had so much fun with my escort and the other girls,” said Thompson. Photo by Grace Allen.
Seniors Kamryn Plaiss, Lauren Thompson, and Riley Woodruff chat as they walk onto the field to join the Homecoming court of 2018. “Having all of my friends on the Homecoming court made the night so much fun!” said Woodruff. Photo by Grace Allen.
The Homecoming court lines up as they talk and get ready to walk out when their names are called. Photo by Grace Allen.
The 2018 Homecoming court circles up to receive their flowers before lining up on the field. Photo by Grace Allen.
FC’s Kilt Krew sports neon shirts to support the boys’ football team and watch the Homecoming Queen be crowned. Photo by Grace Allen.
The Homecoming sign welcomes the crowd and the court before the football game against Columbus East begins. Photo by Grace Allen.
Senior Olivia Fonton is escorted by senior Lucas Mosier as they walk to join the other representatives. Photo by Grace Allen.
Sixth grader, Riley Doddridge slides into second base after hitting a double at Little League Baseball Complex in Clarksville, IN against Vipers White. “Even though we lost, I was happy that I was able to get a good hit and my friend, Preston Burton, hit a homerun,” said Doddridge. Photo by Ella Doddridge.
Junior Olivia Taylor and the Dazzler team get the crowd excited during the game. “My favorite thing about cheering on the sidelines during the game is how we get to show support for our school and have fun doing it,” said Taylor. Photo by Grace Allen.
Senior Bison Purtle is embraced by coach James Bragg after running a good play. “I think of coach Bragg like a second dad and I feel like we’re one big family,” said Purtle. Photo by Grace Allen.
Senior Tyler Edwards runs the ball through the opposing Providence players. “I get hyped up when we win or score. It makes me feel great,” said Edwards. Photo by Grace Allen.
The FC cheerleaders go up into a stunt to pump up the student section during the second quarter of the game. Photo by Brooke Miller.
Junior Cole Hussung watches his teammates play from the sidelines. “My favorite part about a game is the opening kickoff to the game. That really gets your adrenaline pumping, especially if you are the first one to touch the ball,” said Hussung. Photo by Brooke Miller.
Senior Trent Mason gets ready for the snap at the defensive line. “I go into every game with the mentality that this is my last season on the field so I need to give it all I got,” said Mason. Photo by Brooke Miller.
Junior Cole Hussung kicks the field goal in the first quarter to gain three points for FC. Photo by Grace Allen.
The FC student section cheers while sporting American themed attire to support the boys’ football team. “The best part of being part of the Kilt Krew is the sense of pride that you feel for your school when an entire army of students are all cheering on the same team and all feel the excitement as one huge group,” said senior Adam Spalding. Photo by Grace Allen.
Junior Seth Cook and junior Trace Willman celebrate the win against Providence at the end of the game. Photo by Brooke Miller.
The boys’ football team jumps around and cheers with one another in the end zone due to another victory over Providence. The final score was 30-17. Photo by Brooke Miller.
Senior Tyler Edwards runs with the ball as he tries to score a touchdown for his team. “The best part about being a Highlander is the brotherhood we create,” said Edwards. Photo by Grace Allen.
Junior Cole Hussung prepares to kick the ball as junior Daniel Cristiani gets the ball into position for him. “I like how specific every movement has to be in order to get the result you want. Kicking is a game of not inches, but millimeters. Everything has to be precise,” said Hussung. Photo by Brooke Miller.
Senior Makenna Moravec runs with the ‘F’ flag as others follow with ‘C,’ ‘H,’ and ‘S’ flags, marking FC’s first touchdown. “My favorite thing about cheering on the sidelines is when the crowd gets involved in the cheers and chants,” said Moravec. Photo by Grace Allen.
Assistant coach Brian Weimer congratulates junior Joe Harrington on the sideline after Harrington recovered an onside kick from a Providence player. Photo by Brooke Miller.
Seniors Greg Kulwicki and Jon Gunn chest bump after they read the final score of 30-17. “Scoring or winning at a home game and seeing the crowd go crazy is satisfying,” said Kulwicki. Photo by Grace Allen.
Senior Tyler Edwards and junior Seth Cook run ahead of the opposing team to get to the ball as a yellow flag is thrown by a referee. “I play defensive end and my favorite part about playing that position is being apart of the defense and doing my part to help us succeed on that side of the ball,” said Cook. Photo by Brooke Miller.
The fireworks at the end of the game brought everyone that attended the game together as students and families watched. “The Kilt Krew provides all of the students at Floyd Central with a fantastic opportunity to come together in matching attire — to come together and cheer on our teams. It is a fantastic experience to be able to root on our players with such size and emotion,” said junior Grant Stinnett. Photo by Brooke Miller.
Sophomore Wenkers Wright dodges a tackle by a Providence player and cuts left to make a touchdown. Photo by Grace Allen.
Photos by Grace Allen and Brooke Miller
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