Homecoming hysteria at Albion

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 3 October 2014 at 12:00 am

Crowd delights in community, big win for team

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – A big crowd turned out for tonight’s Homecoming game in Albion. The Purple Eagles soundly defeated Lew-Port, 40-8. Albion was up 40-0 before Lew-Port finally scored. In the top picture, the team enters Spierdowis Field.

Photo by Tom Rivers – Cheerleaders Madison Flor, left, and Destiny Wolfe are pictured with the Eagle (Andre Biemans).

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – The rain stopped and the sun tried to come through the clouds before the start of the game

Photo by Tom Rivers – Albion cheerleaders go through an energetic routine at halftime.

Photo by Tom Rivers – The Albion Alumni Foundation had a photo booth for graduates to show their support for the Class of 2015. In this picture, Arianna Smith, left, and Kelsey Schmitt, both graduates of the Class of 2014, join the fun.

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – The pep band plays as the cheerleaders cheer with the music in front of the home fans.

Photo by Tom Rivers – Darien Payne, a sophomore, tries out a horn he bought to make noise at the football game. Will Hiabuch, Class of 2007, works in the Alumni Foundation booth, selling Purple Eagle merchandise.

Photo by Tom Rivers – Albion alumni were busy selling popcorn at the game, including Jean Shervin, Class of 1952, and the Heuer brothers, Kyle (left) from the Class of 2002, and Tyler, Class of 2008.