Albion celebrates school spirit during homecoming week

Posted 20 September 2021 at 2:58 pm

Photos courtesy of ACS: The Homecoming Court consisted of from left: King Jahmeek Riley and Queen Leah Pritchard, Prince Pom Siebert (missing from photo) and Princess Hannah Moyer, Duchess Sophia Albanese and Duke Finn McCue, and Lady Mackenzie Snook and Lord Seth Krenning.

Press Release, Albion Central School

ALBION – Homecoming week was back in full force last week at Albion Central School District. Students in the high school participated in dress up days, hall decorating and pep rally games all week while the Purple Eagle athletes were busy in action on the court and the field.

Monday’s character day winner was Emily Graham. Throwback Trends on Tuesday was done best by Adrian Kingdollar while Camryn London won best dressed for Wednesday’s Holiday Day. On Thursday, each class was assigned a color to wear. Freshman Julia Knight, Sophomore Autumn Flugel, Junior Alexis Hess and Senior Leah Kania donned their colors the best. Friday’s Spirit Day winner was Kira Zambito while the all-around winner of the week was Ethan Ferchen.

The Hall Decorating competition went strictly by class: Seniors in first, juniors in second, sophomores in third and freshmen in fourth. Seniors also won the musical spots competition while juniors provided the upset in hungry hippos. Faculty prevailed over the seniors in both male and female tug of war.

The Purple Eagles battled in volleyball Friday night while football capped off an exciting spirit day with a 42-16 victory. Super Soccer Saturday featured a raucous crowd to cap off a successful 2021 homecoming week.

Hall Decorating:

  1. Seniors (Disney) (video)
  2. Juniors (Survivor) (video)
  3. Sophomores (Candy) (video)
  4. Freshmen (Jungle) (video)


Musical Spots – Seniors

Hungry Hippos – Juniors

Female Tug of War – Faculty

Male Tug of War – Faculty

Spirit Stick:

  1. Seniors
  2. Juniors
  3. Sophomores
  4. Freshmen

Seniors captured the spirit stick title while juniors came in second, sophomores in third and freshmen in fourth.