WHS announces homecoming festivities details, road closure

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The Princes and Princesses are Ashton Baylor and Mikenzie Hapworth-Eldridge (Class of 2024), Diego Segura and Luzangely Martin (Class of 2025) and Gavyn Moore and Alani Lopez (Class of 2026). (Crystal Apilado/Winters Express)

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Winters High School Homecoming week is scheduled for Oct. 3–7, and a variety of traditional Homecoming events are on the calendar.

Powderpuff
This year’s Powderpuff game is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 5 starting at 7 p.m. WHS students have free admission, and General Admission prices are $5. The gates open at 6:30 p.m.

A Night Rally is scheduled to follow immediately after the game. Only WHS students are able to attend.

Downtown rally
The Downtown Rally returns on Friday, Oct. 7. 

Space availability is limited and this year’s celebration is only for WHS students and staff. 

Portions of Main Street are scheduled to be closed off from Putah Creek Cafe (Railroad Avenue) down to Pizza Factory from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. for the rally.

Royal coronation
The annual Homecoming football game is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 7. The junior varsity game kicks off at 5:30 p.m. and varsity starts at 7:30 p.m. The Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned at the Halftime between games.

2022 Homecoming Court
The Homecoming Court Princes and Princesses are Ashton Baylor and Mikenzie Hapworth-Eldridge (Class of 2024), Diego Segura and Luzangely Martin (Class of 2025) and Gavyn Moore and Alani Lopez (Class of 2026).

The Homecoming King and Queen nominees are:

  • Alfredo Junez and Sophia Cortez (Class of 2023)
  • Pricila Gonzalez and Justice Madsen (Class of 2024)
  • Makena Driver and Diego Rodriguez (Class of 2025)
  • Esai Garcia and Mickayla Passantino (Class of 2026)

Homecoming spirit
Homecoming Week runs from Oct. 3-7. Students voted this year’s theme to be “Decades.” The Senior Class is the 70’s, Junior Class is the 50’s, Sophomore Class is the 60’s and the Freshman Class is the 80’s. 

Homecoming spirit day themes were announced in the WHS newsletter available online.

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