MHS Students Celebrate 2011 Homecoming



The sophomore, Class of 2014, won the award for Most Spirited.

Milford High School celebrated their Homecoming week beginning Monday, October 10 as students celebrated their annual spirit days at the school. Each day of the week was celebrated as students had fun dressing up for Retro Day, Super Hero Day, Twin Day and Dress for Success Day.  On the last student day, Milford High School students displayed their pride by wearing maroon and gold on Spirit Day.


At the Homecoming pep rally, there was a class dance battle and a basketball competition where sophomore Garrett Coverdale and Teacher Tina Hilligoss shot the most baskets. The freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes were led by Coach Bloom in the Fight Song Spirit Battle.


The Homecoming theme this year was “Electric Avenue”. Seniors, juniors, sophomore and freshman students worked for weeks to create the floats that were seen in this year’s Homecoming Parade. The sophomore, Class of 2014, won the award for Most Spirited, the junior, Class of 2013 was the runner up for this year’s best float and the freshman, Class of 2015, won first place for the Milford High School’s overall best homecoming float.


At halftime during friday night’s football game the Milford High School Top 10 Homecoming King and Queen Candidates were announced on the field. Student clubs and athletic teams nominated each representative and the senior class voted to narrow down the representatives of each club or team to the 10 top candidates. The entire school voted in an election for 3rd runners up, 2nd runners up, 1st runners and Homecoming King and Queen.  For the boys the awards were as follows: Colton Barr 3rd runner up, Brent Prouse 2nd runner up and Kirk Anderson 1st runner up. For the girls the awards were as follows: Alyssa Sanders 3rd runner up, Caitlyn Webb 2nd runner up and Savannah Becker 1st runner up. The 2011 Milford High School Homecoming King and Queen, Chaz Holden and Shae Sefanie, were crowned at halftime by past Milford High School Homecoming Queen Sarah Holbrunner.


The Milford Football team gave the students something to cheer about as they recorded their first win all season in a 29-7 victory over Mount Pleasant.  Saturday, October 15 Milford High School students held their Homecoming dance in the school gymnasium, completing the Homecoming weekend.