Ray High School to celebrate homecoming Friday

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Ray High School Homecoming 2011 will begin this Friday, Sept. 23, with a parade starting at 4 p.m. The parade will get underway at Hubbard Park and the route will continue up Tilbury Road then across Alden Road.

All four classes will have entries in the parade and have been working hard all week. Also participating in the parade will be the class of 1991.

After the parade members of the class of 1991 will be touring the school starting at 5:30 followed by a tailgate party in the parking lot and the Ray High Marching Bearcat Band will present a pre-game performance at 6:40.

The Bearcats will entertain the Cibecue Wildcats with a kick-off at 7 p.m. Homecoming Royalty will be crowned during half-time and the winners of the class float competition will also be announced.

The 2011 Homecoming Queen and King are Leticia Arguello and Marcus Sanchez. Junior attendants are Ciera Huffman and Alex Carrera. Representing the Sophomore class are Cheyenne Dickey and Nick Lara and the freshmen attendants are Elena Huerta and Luke Byrd.

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