On September 29, 2018, West Clermont High School held their second homecoming. The theme was “A Night in the City” and a lot of students really enjoyed all the decorations that went along with it. All the decorations were spectacular and set up very well. Students had said that the music that was played was not very good but the decorations and fun experiences with hanging out with friends and socializing really made up for it. People were laughing, dancing, and most importantly having the best time of their lives. That really went well with the theme A Night in the City because in the city everyone has a good time and at WCHS it really portrayed that well.
Current student at West Clermont High School Alexis Pride said “Homecoming was so fun with my friends, the DJ only played a few good songs. But overall it was a good time”. Senior Jack Towell also a current student had said “Homecoming was fun but also sad because it was my last one. A lot of people came and a lot of people disliked the music the DJ played”. They were not the only ones that said that. A lot of other students had said the music was not good but still had a great time. Students still showed up with all smiles and had an amazing time there. It was really a night to remember.
On September 29th the West Clermont Wolves had their second homecoming, and yes it was a blast!
The theme was “A Night In The CIty” the main colors were gold, white, grey and black. There were balloons everywhere as you can imagine. Of course there is twinkle lights everywhere! Everyone really enjoyed the end of the dance when balloons were dropped from the Celine.Out of asking a majority of people who attended the dance said they would rate the decorations ⅘. They all thought a lot of time and effort was put into the decor.
It was a big weekend for West Clermont, as it was homecoming weekend for the Wolves, and another weekend for a win. The home team defeated the Loveland Tigers in a conference game, in overtime by a score of 10-7, getting the results they were looking for. This was the Wolves first win in their own den. West Clermont’s touchdown was scored by their quarterback, Hunter Eads in a quarterback sneak. They were able to pull out a win the last time these teams went head to head as well. Their record now stands at 3-3, while Loveland’s defeat drops them to 1-5.
Homecoming weekend was packed with activities involving everyone in the school. Friday night included the game as well as the class floats being presented, the court being announced, and the band performing. All of these events combined to make a very memorable night for a lot of students in the school.
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