Milford Celebrates 2017 Homecoming

Throughout the week Milford Senior High School students celebrated school pride with each day providing students with a way to use their creativity to show school spirit. On Friday, October 14 the annual Homecoming Parade marched through downtown to Briggs Stadium with class and club floats. Students had much to celebrate this year as the MHS football team defeated Woodbridge with a 20-6 victory, ending a 18 game winning streak for the Raiders. The 2017 Milford Homecoming court crowned Queen Anna Sollie and Kind David Bowman. On Saturday students dressed in semi-formal attire and danced the night away at the annual Homecoming Dance.

 

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