Menomonie High School announces its 2022 Homecoming Court members, of whom include:
Hailey Alexander, daughter of John and Erin Alexander
Quincy Cook, daughter of Chad and Carrie Cook
Anne Dye, daughter of Tom and Christine Dye
Ashleah Quilling, daughter of Scott and Kate Quilling
Caitlyn Sorensen, daughter of Mike and Tara Sorensen
Kellan Aure, son of Aaron and Stephanie Aure
Tucker Bird, son of Mike and Jodi Bird
Cody Kwak, son of Tom and Tricia Kwak
Xander Riedmann, son of Jason Riedmann and Kris Ann Erickson
Treysen Witt, son of Jan and Jeff Witt
All photos by Siri Benrud
Hailey Alexander Quincy Cook Anne Dye
Ashleah Quilling Caitlyn Sorensen
Kellan Aure Tucker Bird Cody Kwak
Xander Riedmann Treysen Witt
Last week, Seniors (Class of 2023) voted to select the Homecoming Court. On Friday, September 30th, the king and queen will be crowned at the Homecoming Coronation Ceremony.
Homecoming is sponsored by the MHS Student Council led by President Katrina Drazkowski, Vice President Rebekah Oehler, and advisors Mary Oehler and
The theme for this year’s Homecoming is “Into The Wild.”
During Spirit Week, classes will dress up according to different themes in the hopes of winning the class spirit award. We will announce the winning class at the Homecoming Coronation Ceremony on Friday, September 30th.
The Parade will begin at 4 pm. The Parade route begins on 14th Avenue, left on 9th Street. Follow 9th to Wilson Ave and take a left. Follow Wilson Ave to 7th Street and take a left. Proceed down 7th Street back to the Leisure Center to dismantle.
Menomonie football will host The New Richmond Tigers, at approximately 7:00 pm on the 30th of September at Don and Nona Williams Stadium.
During half time, Grand Marshal of the parade, Doug Prochnow, the Homecoming Court, and their parents will be presented. The MHS Cheer and Stunt team will perform a routine. The winning parade float will be announced along with the winning class of all Homecoming competitions.