Homecoming

Berry High School celebrates Homecoming


Shown is the Berry 2020 Homecoming Court. From left: Anna Raley Palmer (seventh grade), Kimber Kennard (ninth grade), Anna Kate VanDee (11th grade), Queen Gracyn Hydrich (12th grade), Brooke Hill (12th grade), Lynsie Abernathy (10th grade), and Sydney Frost (eighth grade).

Berry High School celebrated its homecoming on Friday, Oct. 16 with a parade and a huge 36-13 region win over the Brilliant Tigers.

Hubbertville, Fayette celebrate Homecoming


Jessica Duck is pictured being crowned homecoming queen at Fayette County High School.

Hubbertville School and Fayette County High School each celebrated their homecomings last week. Many festivities were held on each campus for the students during the week, while each school had pep rally type activities for the public last Thursday night. Fayette County High School held its annual homecoming parade on Friday, and each school had homecoming games Friday night.

Hubbertville, Fayette celebrate homecoming



Hubbertville School and Fayette County High School will each celebrate homecoming festivities this week. Hubbertville’s students  will celebrate “Decade Day” on Wednesday, Class T-Shirt Day on Thursday, and Spirit Day on Friday. There will be a Homecoming Pep Rally at the football stadium on Thursday, Oct. 1 at 6:30. The homecoming court will be introduced at the pep rally.

 

2019 Homecoming at Hubbertville


Pictured is the 2019 Hubbertville High School Homecoming Court. From left: Ciara Glaze and her father Shawn Glaze, Nevaeha Hoobler and her father Carl Hoobler, Sydney Farris and her father Jamie Farris, Haley Watkins and her father Jeremy Watkins, Haylee Pollard and her father Chris Pollard, and Mallory Corkren and her father Chad Corkren.


Hubbertville held its annual homecoming on Oct. 11, featuring school and field decorations, a dance and a football game against Lynn.

Berry holds homecoming festivities


Shown is the 2019 Homecoming Court at Berry High School. From left: Joe Earnest, Sydney Frost, Anthony Gant, Madison Broadhead, Chris Gann, Savannah Gann, Madison Frost, Hannah Frost, Chris Fields, Iannah Fields, Kevin Edmonson, Kyla Edmonson, Matthew Lollar and McKenna Lollar.

Berry celebrated homecoming on Oct. 11, and capped off the festivities with a 31-20 victory over the Brilliant Tigers.

Lynn spoils Hubbertville's homecoming 31-20


Gage Key (36) is pictured scoring a touchdown for Hubbertville.

Celebrating homecoming on Friday night, Hubbertville hosted the Lynn Bears in Wiley Hollingsworth Stadium. Unfortunately, the visiting team spoiled the Lions’ homecoming by defeating Hubbertville 31-20. The Bears took the opening kick down the field, utilizing only two plays to move the ball into the Lions’ red zone. Facing first and goal at the 10-yard line, Micah Cagle took the handoff, advancing three yards with Alex Barnes on the stop for the Lions.

Berry defeats Brilliant 31-20 on homecoming

Captains for Berry’s homecoming game against Brilliant were, from left: Isaac Darty (58), Johnathan Locke (7), Trent Smith (3) and Deason Nichols.

Homecoming is always an exciting time of year, full of seeing old friends, remembering great times, and celebrating history. Returning alumni always hope to see their old high school team do well, and the Wildcats’ fans who braved the rain were not disappointed. In a game that saw both teams struggle with penalties and the elements, the Wildcats took a 31–20 victory over the Brilliant Tigers.

Homecoming week at Hubbertville


Shown is the 2018 Homecoming Court and their escorts. The court from left was: Erica Fowler, first alternate McKenna Fisher, second alternate Emma Nichols, Queen Gracie Dodd, Brianna Tidwell and Katelyn Jenkins.

Hubbertville celebrated its homecoming last week and capped off the festivities with a 41-24 football victory over the Brilliant Tigers.