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RHS CLASS FLOATS HIGHLIGHT HOMECOMING PARADE


‘Put the Chill on Liberty Hill,’ the senior class float, was awarded first place in last Wednesday’s Rockdale High School homecoming parade. The 2010 event also featured homecoming queen nominees, class princesses, the Big Blue Band, cheerleaders, Golden Girls, RVFD firefighters and RHS football teams. The parade was held on Bell Avenue, one block from US 79, this year. ‘Put the Chill on Liberty Hill,’ the senior class float, was awarded first place in last Wednesday’s Rockdale High School homecoming parade. The 2010 event also featured homecoming queen nominees, class princesses, the Big Blue Band, cheerleaders, Golden Girls, RVFD firefighters and RHS football teams. The parade was held on Bell Avenue, one block from US 79, this year.
A catfight boxing match—hint, bet on the Tiger—won second place float for RHS sophomores. Reporter/Mike Brown A catfight boxing match—hint, bet on the Tiger—won second place float for RHS sophomores. Reporter/Mike Brown
Freshman float ‘Pink the Panther,’ featuring a new coat of paint for Liberty Hill, was third. Freshman float ‘Pink the Panther,’ featuring a new coat of paint for Liberty Hill, was third.
RHS juniors took fourth in the 2010 homecoming parade with their float ‘Outrun the Panthers.’ RHS juniors took fourth in the 2010 homecoming parade with their float ‘Outrun the Panthers.’
THS KING AND QUEEN–Thorndale High School seniors Kasey Corcoron and Petra Garcia were named the school’s 2010 homecoming king and queen, respectively on Friday. The king was announced during Friday’s pep rally, while the queen winner was revealed during halftime ceremonies of the Thorndale-Bremond football game that night. Reporter/Teresa Ging THS KING AND QUEEN–Thorndale High School seniors Kasey Corcoron and Petra Garcia were named the school’s 2010 homecoming king and queen, respectively on Friday. The king was announced during Friday’s pep rally, while the queen winner was revealed during halftime ceremonies of the Thorndale-Bremond football game that night. Reporter/Teresa Ging

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