Monday started off with the white-out dress up day and shorter classes due to the kick-off assembly where the Homecoming court was announced. Brendan Domire, Dorsey Naveran, Josiah Chapman, Tatyana Carlson, Rebecca Kuskie, and Hailey Fernandez were nominated by the Leadership class. Junior Makayla Leveille announced Grand Marshall for 2018 which was Marcel Johnson and Tanya Grady.
The annual Homecoming parade started at Spare Time Bowl to the Powder Puff football game; where the seniors/freshmen took the win against the juniors/sophomores, 18-6.
Junior coach Cole Jones thinks the team did as best as they could.
“I think for the time we had we prepared them pretty good but the other team just had too many weapons,” said Jones.
Tuesday, the entire school’s clothes did not match at all. The seniors woke up bright and early to freeze their you-know-what's off for the annual senior sunrise.
Varsity boys soccer dominated Churchill at home, 7-0. He-Man volleyball took place at 6:30 p.m. in the Old Gym; where the senior class won. Although the seniors won against the other classes, the staff came in strong and beat them.
“Our he-man team was really great this year. The guys didn’t give up at all; they really wanted to take 1st place this year and that’s what we did, they were really close with the freshman but we pulled through and got the dub,” said coach Andrea Escobedo.
Thursday, Day of the Dead was a class and staff color war, The day began with full class meetings for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors; as well as a mine presentation for the seniors. Another lunchtime activity sponsored by leadership. Freshman football played at home against Elko and took the L, 32-0.
Friday was the day to rep your blue and gold for Lowry. The atmosphere was filled with excitement as the students chanted and participated at the pep assembly. The assembly consisted of a performance by the cheerleaders, a class competition of snatch the cup, and the junior class took the win. Juniors are also in first place for ‘class of the year’.
There was a fun lunchtime activity sponsored by leadership afterward, and boys soccer at home vs. North Tahoe at 2 and 4 p.m. JV football took on Elko at home, as well as JV and varsity volleyball at home vs sparks at 5 and 6 p.m, and varsity football home vs Elko at 7 p.m.
During halftime of the varsity football game, the Homecoming Royalty ceremony took place to crown Hailey Fernandez as queen and Dorsey Naveran as king.
Saturday was the day most students have been waiting for all week (and even month for some), because of the Homecoming Dance that was hosted in the New Gym. The dance was hosted by DJ Oso.