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Ceres High School hosts Homecoming
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Ceres High School is hosting its annual Winter Homecoming this week with a number of students activities.

On Tuesday evening the boys crowned their Homecoming king and princes between the JV and varsity games against Sonora. This edition of the Courier went to press before the game.

The week builds up to the Homecoming basketball game on Friday when the varsity boys team hosts Central Valley High School at 7:15 p.m. The girls royalty results will be announced at half-time.

A student rally will be held on Friday, complete with "mini-floats" made from hand carts loaned by Home Depot, said Activities Director Linda Cooper.

Various small lunchtime activities are also being held this week.

Today between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. the Ceres High FFA chapter will be selling barbecued tri-tip drive-thru meals in the faculty parking lot. The meals will consist of tri-tip beef, beans, salad and bread. A three-person meal costs $20 while a six-person meal is $30. Orders are encouraged by calling FFA adviser Brian Mortensen at 538-0130.

Seniors in the running for Homecoming royalty are: Kaitlyn Kelly, Derek Mazza, Morgan Richardson, Tim Wares, Jennifer Reynolds, Tyler Harris, Jessica Arellano, Devin Eudy, Katekyn Cuevas and Adrian Flores.

Juniors seeking royalty titles at Ceres High School are Johnny Ngar, Jennifer Breck, Raul Verduzco, Sandy Prak, Daniel Martinez and Karen Villalobos.

Sophomores in the running are McKenzy Harden, Joshua Edwards, Tiffany Maksoud, Gustavo Villegas, Kayla Steele and Curtis Hulstine.

Freshmen candidates are Morgan Ogden, Ruminder Dhillon, Morgan Wright, David Brazil, Olivia Moore and Kyle Mountain.

CHS will be hosting a Sadie Hawkins dance on Saturday night.