Last week, Ste. Genevieve R-II celebrated its 2019 Homecoming! Monday through Friday, the schools held dress-up days, cheered on our sports teams and celebrated with our community in the Homecoming parade!
Ste. Genevieve R-II celebrated its 2019 Homecoming Sept. 30 - Oct. 5! Monday through Friday, the schools held dress-up days, cheered on our sports teams and celebrated with our community in the Homecoming parade!
After Spirit Night on Wednesday, students cheered on our junior and senior girls during the annual Powderpuff game, which ended with a score of 13-12 in favor of the seniors. The girls and their coaches showed great sportsmanship throughout the evening!
During the high school pep assembly Friday afternoon, Bryce Trollinger, son of Wes and Stacy Trollinger, was crowned the Ste. Genevieve High School’s 2019 homecoming king. Other members of the court were: freshman attendant Aiden Boyer, sophomore attendant Vincent Wittu, junior attendant Zachary Burr, king candidate Evan Walker, king candidate Alex DeRousse, king candidate Austin Kuehn, king candidate Logan Gegg and king candidate Coy Briant Flieg.
Ste. Genevieve High School took on Perryville High School for a 42-27 win on Friday night!! Josie Geisner, daughter of Jeff and Jolene Geisner, was crowned the Ste. Genevieve High School’s 2019 homecoming queen during the coronation ceremony at halftime. Other members of the court pictured (left to right) were: sophomore attendant Haley Clanton, queen candidate Julia McKlin, queen candidate Megan Schweigert, queen candidate Sierra Zerwig, queen candidate Ella Reed, queen candidate Jaida Greminger, junior attendant Addie Taylor and freshman attendant Lani Yamnitz. Congratulations to all of the members of the Homecoming Court!
This year, Ella Schweiss and Rowan Weik were the miniature cheerleader and football player at the game. Also during halftime, the classes of ‘94, ‘79 and ‘69 were welcomed and recognized. And joining the Ste. Genevieve Marching Dragons this year for the first time was the SGHS alumni band! The bands presented a selection from the 2019 show, Panic at the Disco’s High Hopes.
The winners of the week’s various competitions were also recognized during the game. The freshmen class was awarded the Most Spirited during Friday’s pep assembly. The winners of the float competition were: 1) Juniors, 2) Seniors, 3rd: Sophomores and 4) Freshmen. Congratulations to all of the classes for a job well done!
The week’s festivities concluded with the Homecoming Dance, held in the Peggy J. Johnson Gymnasium on Saturday night.
The Student Council would like to extend a special thanks to the high school faculty, the Marching Dragons, the Color Guard, the cheerleaders, the Emeralds and the student body for their terrific efforts in making this homecoming a success. They would also like to thank: the following businesses, organizations and individuals for their contributions and support during our 2019 Homecoming: Equipment Pro, Breig Farm, Carl Otte, Wind Fuller, Bill Holst, Greg Hilbert, Fischer Quarry & Hauling, Randy and Jodi Flieg, Ford Auto Plaza, Crystal Koenig, Lindsey Elders, Bruce & Julie Terry, Larry & Chris Pfaff, Shane & Shannon Fisher, Jason & Julie Flieg, Nick & Tara Walker, David & Julie Bova, Equipment Pro, Inc, Kenny Rapp, Nick Cowell, Flieg's Equipment, David & Jill Kenik, Shane Fisher, Chris & Sandy Gegg, Wesley & Stephannie Gegg, Shannon Fisher, Coach Kenny Weik & his woodworking students, VFW Color Guard, All First Responders, SGHS Cheerleaders, DLP Crew; Class Sponsors: Dr. Eatherton, Dr. Ruch, Mrs. Staffen, Mr. Kueker, Mr. Kreitler, Mr. Schwent, Mr. Roth, Mr. Diamond; SGHS Administration; SGHS Custodial and Maintenance Staff.
Click the link below to see photos from around the district throughout the week's festivities!