Homecoming caps off Spirit Week at Portsmouth High

Parade, crowning of two kings and Elvis tribute highlight day

Posted 10/10/22

PORTSMOUTH — Students at Portsmouth High School spent one day in pajamas, another dressed as bikers or surfers, voted for “Senior Superlatives,” decorated the field house for Goofy …

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Homecoming caps off Spirit Week at Portsmouth High

Parade, crowning of two kings and Elvis tribute highlight day

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PORTSMOUTH — Students at Portsmouth High School spent one day in pajamas, another dressed as bikers or surfers, voted for “Senior Superlatives,” decorated the field house for Goofy Games, held a pep rally and a lot more during Spirit Week 2022.

The star of the show was Homecoming, of course, which was held Saturday with a parade, introduction of this year’s court, a football game against Shea and a halftime show by the PHS Marching Band.

This year, the Class of 2023 decided to forgo the traditional route by voting for two Homecoming kings — Nick Waycuilis and Luke Carlin. They were featured in the parade and introduced to the crowd at the game, along with other members of the court. 

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