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Photo Gallery: Penn Hills Homecoming 2018

October 3, 2018
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Penn Hills Homecoming Weekend 2018 featured a student pep rally and traditional fall carnival with games, food and face painting. Then, it was on to victory as the Penn Hills Indians beat the Armstrong River Hawks, 46-20. During halftime, Hollis Mathis and Diamond Bryant were crowned the 2018 King and Queen. The royal couple reigned over the traditional homecoming dance on Saturday night. Submitted photo by Matthew Herdman, Penn Hills School District

Penn Hills Homecoming Weekend 2018 featured a student pep rally and traditional fall carnival with games, food and face painting. Then, it was on to victory as the Penn Hills Indians beat the Armstrong River Hawks, 46-20. During halftime, Hollis Mathis and Diamond Bryant were crowned the 2018 King and Queen. The royal couple reigned over the traditional homecoming dance on Saturday night. Submitted photo by Matthew Herdman, Penn Hills School District

Kiera Ward, 16, has her face painted by Aleeyah Allen, 17 at the Key Club booth during the Homecoming Carnival. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review

The Big Red Band marches into the stadium prior to the homecoming football game. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review

Alexandra Pofi, 17, attempts to dribble a basketball around the obstacle cones while wearing goggles that simulate the effects of impairment. The exercise was part of the SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) booth at the Homecoming Carnival. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review

Pep rally, football, pagentry and dancing at Penn Hills Homecoming 2018. A student pep rally was held Friday afternoon, September 28 where this years Homecoming Court was presented, Friday evening, before the football game, student organizations held their traditional fall carnival with games, food and face painting. Then it was on to victory as the undefeated Penn Hills Indians beat the Armstrong River Hawks, 46-20. During halftime Hollis Mathis and Diamond Bryant were crowned the 2018 King and Queen. The traditional homecoming dance closed out the weekend festivities on Saturday night. Akexandra Pofi, 17, attempts to dribble a basketball around the obstacle cones while wearing goggles that simulate the effects of impairment. The exercise was part of the SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) booth at carnival. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review

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