2017-10-01 / Sports

MONTROSE RAMS Homecoming 2017

Montrose celebrates homecoming Oct. 2 – 6 OCTOBER 6 | Parade: 6:00pm | Game Time: 7:00pm


The 2017 Montrose homecoming queen candidates, pictured from left to right, are Remington Hobson, Alison Wilson, Maddie Pyrc, Emily Paul, Mariah Missentzis and Zoee Robbins. 
Photo by Jeanne Marcello The 2017 Montrose homecoming queen candidates, pictured from left to right, are Remington Hobson, Alison Wilson, Maddie Pyrc, Emily Paul, Mariah Missentzis and Zoee Robbins. Photo by Jeanne Marcello MONTROSE – Montrose Community Schools look back on decades as they celebrate homecoming, the week of Oct. 2 through 6. Hill McCloy High School students are encouraged to participate in the daily dress up themes: Multi-colored Monday, Tacky Tourist Tuesday, Western Wednesday, Decades Class Theme Thursday and a salute to school spirit with red and black on Friday.

In addition to dress up days, the homecoming festivities include a Powder Puff Football game on Wednesday, Oct. 4, 7 p.m. at Bob Hayes Athletic Field. The public is welcome to attend the game as the senior and freshmen girls team takes on the junior and sophomore girls team.

On Thursday, Oct. 5, there’s a video presentation in the Montrose Community Schools auditorium starting at 10 a.m.


This year’s Montrose homecoming king candidates, pictured from left to right, are Logan Rhyndress, Max Groulx, Eric Vandefifer, Kyle Kittle, Justin Grzemkowski and Reese Wallis. 
Photo by Jeanne Marcello This year’s Montrose homecoming king candidates, pictured from left to right, are Logan Rhyndress, Max Groulx, Eric Vandefifer, Kyle Kittle, Justin Grzemkowski and Reese Wallis. Photo by Jeanne Marcello Friday’s festivities kick off with a pep assembly in the Hill-McCloy High School gymnasium at 2:30 p.m., when the homecoming king will be crowned. The homecoming parade is Friday at 6 p.m. This year’s homecoming theme, Decades, will be featured on the class floats in the homecoming parade. The freshmen class will showcase the 1950s. The sophomore class has the 1970s. The junior class will be focus on the 1960s. The senior class has the 1980s. The parade starts at the big parking lot on Ray Street and proceeds south to Feher Drive, then south on Saginaw Street to Hickory, where it turns east and continues on to Nanita Drive, ending at Hill-McCloy High School.


The 2017 Hill McCloy High School class representatives, pictured from left to right, are freshmen Alison Kalakay and Bobby Skinner; sophomores Savannah McDowell and Jack Kalakay; and juniors Maggie Coomer and Larry Osborn. 
Photo by Jeanne Marcello The 2017 Hill McCloy High School class representatives, pictured from left to right, are freshmen Alison Kalakay and Bobby Skinner; sophomores Savannah McDowell and Jack Kalakay; and juniors Maggie Coomer and Larry Osborn. Photo by Jeanne Marcello The homecoming football game will be the Montrose Rams against Mt. Morris at Bob Hayes Athletic Field on Friday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. During half-time, the homecoming queen will be crowned.

QUEEN CANDIDATES

Remington Hobson is the daughter of Tim and Amy Hobson. Her extracurricular activities include varsity cross country, Mid-Michigan Track Club, varsity soccer, varsity track and field, National Honor Society, Student Council and class representative. She enjoys reading, singing at church and playing flute. Hobson is considering attending Calvin College with the possibility of going into sports medicine. She also plans to continue her running career at the collegiate level.

Mariah Missentzis is the daughter of Sada McNiel and Jason Missentzis. Her extracurricular activities include volleyball, softball, National Honor Society, Student Council, Drama Club, Quiz Bowl, the Board of Delegates, and serving as class president. She enjoys reading, singing, watching Gray’s Anatomy, eating ice cream and spending time with her friends. Missentzis is looking at attending the University of Michigan to study political science.

Emily Paul is the daughter of Amy and Bill Paul. Her extracurricular activities include National Honor Society, Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD), Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), basketball, softball and volleyball. She enjoys reading, coaching, drawing, hanging out with friends and cooking. Paul plans to attend college to major in nursing and move on to become a nurse anesthetist.

Maddie Pyrc is the daughter of Mike and Monica Pyrc. Her extracurricular activities include Drama Club and the Friends of Rachel Club (F.O.R.). She enjoys singing, dancing, hanging out with friends and family, Applebee’s restaurant and sleeping. Pyrc’s future plans include attending the Young Americans performing arts college, than furthering her education to be a sign language interpreter.

Zoee Robbins is the daughter of David and April Robbins. Her extracurricular activities include Student Council, National Honor Society, cross country, volleyball, basketball and soccer. She enjoys reading and hanging out with friends. Robbins plans to attend college and continue playing volleyball at a higher level.

Alison Marie Wilson is the daughter of Gary and Kendra Wilson. Her extracurricular activities include volleyball, softball, basketball, Drama Club, and National Honor Society. She enjoys reading, sports, hanging out with friend and family, and playing with her animals. Wilson plans to attend Michigan State University to pursue a degree in animal science.

KING CANDIDATES

Max Groulx is the son of Amy and Jerry Groulx. His extracurricular activities include Quiz Bowl, bowling and track. He enjoys going to Taco Bell. Groulx is undecided on his field of study, but will most likely attend Saginaw Valley State University.

Justin Grzemkowski is the son of Justin and Amanda Grzemkowski, and Mark and Christina Newton. His extracurricular activities include football, basketball and National Honor Society. He enjoys watching television, collecting shoes and watching the Detroit Lions. Grzemkowski plans to attend Michigan State University to pursue a career in criminal justice.

Kyle Kittle is the son of Gretchen and Ron Kittle. His extracurricular activities include participating in varsity football and varsity track. He enjoys playing sports. Kittle plans to attend college, probably Ferris State.

Logan Rhyndress is the son of Carie and Jeff Rhyndress. His extracurricular activities include football, National Honor Society, basketball, baseball and powerlifting. He enjoys playing sports and hanging out with friends and family. Rhyndress plans to attend college for pre-med but is undecided on a career at this time.

Eric Vandefifer is the son of Carla and Corby Vandefifer. His extracurricular activities include cross country, basketball, golf and Montrose Digital Media television. He enjoys running attending sporting events, singing at church and playing golf. Vandefifer plans to attend college, majoring in sports broadcasting.

Reese Wallis is the son of Richard and Rachelle Wallis. His extracurricular activities include wrestling and football. He enjoys riding his dirt bike, playing basketball and spending time with friends. Wallis plans to continue wrestling in college.

CLASS REPRESENTATIVES

Freshman class representative Alison Kalakay is the daughter of Tammie and Tim Kalakay. Her extracurricular activities include volleyball and track. She enjoys swimming, tubing and reading. Kalakay hopes to attend Western Michigan University to pursue a career as a lawyer.

Freshman class representative Bobby Skinner is the son of Ray and Christina Skinner. His extracurricular activities include football, wrestling and baseball. He enjoys sports, sleeping and eating. Skinner wants to attend the University of Michigan and become a realtor.

Sophomore class representative Savana McDowell is the daughter of Scott McDowell and Jennifer McDowell. Her extracurricular activities include cross country and soccer. She enjoys playing with her dog, reading, hanging with friends, procrastinating and going to the beach. McDowell wants to attend the University of Michigan and enroll in the pre-med program, later to major in pediatrics.

Sophomore class representative Jack Kalakay is the son of Tammie and Tim Kalakay. His extracurricular activities include football, wrestling and baseball. He enjoys ripping on his dirt bike, and hanging out with friends. Kalakay wants to attend Saginaw Valley State University and become a realtor.

Junior class representative Maggie Coomer is the daughter of Peggy and Jay Coomer. Her extracurricular activities include cabaret and Quiz Bowl. She enjoys hanging out with friends and family, singing, going to Taco Bell and napping. Coomer wants to attend the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor for nursing to become a naval nurse.

Junior class representative Larry Osborn is the son of Wendy Becker and Larry Osborn. His extracurricular activities include football and basketball. He enjoys hanging out with friends. Osborn said he wants to go to college to become a nurse.

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