Lots of fun for homecoming week at San Juan High
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No homecoming is complete without lots of royalty.  San Juan High School homecoming festivities will take place this week with a full slate of events.  Presiding over the menagerie are Mr. San Juan Randall Flavel and Homecoming Queen Bodell Nielson (center).  Members of the court include: (left to right) Ammon Ward, Skyler Jensen, Carlos Rios-Redd, Gracee Bowers, Randall Flavel, Bodell Nielson, Tanner Black, Brianne Orr, Carter Redd, and Halli Black. 				Courtesy photo
No homecoming is complete without lots of royalty. San Juan High School homecoming festivities will take place this week with a full slate of events. Presiding over the menagerie are Mr. San Juan Randall Flavel and Homecoming Queen Bodell Nielson (center). Members of the court include: (left to right) Ammon Ward, Skyler Jensen, Carlos Rios-Redd, Gracee Bowers, Randall Flavel, Bodell Nielson, Tanner Black, Brianne Orr, Carter Redd, and Halli Black. Courtesy photo
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by Rhett Sifford

It’s homecoming week at San Juan High School and although some of the celebration is in the books, there are plenty of events still ahead.

The 2018 San Juan High homecoming queen is Bodell Nielson. First attendant is Halli Black, second attendant is Skyler Jensen, third attendant is Brianne Orr, and fourth attendant is Gracee Bowers.

One of the highlights of homecoming week is the Mr. San Juan Pageant. Randall Flavel was crowned king at the 2018 pageant, which was held on September 17. His attendants are Carlos Rios-Redd, Carter Redd, Tanner Black, and Ammon Ward.

The annual Powder Puff game is highly anticipated and gives the girls a chance to don football gear and duke it out on the gridiron. It is scheduled for Wednesday night at 7 p.m. on the high school football field.

Thursday is Crazy Sock Day at San Juan High. There will be a tailgating party on Thursday at 6 p.m. in the south parking lot at the school.

Friday is Blue and Gold Day and is chock-full of activities.  The homecoming assembly starts the day off at 10 a.m. 

The 1998 State Champion football team is the grand marshal of the parade, which travels Main Street beginning at noon.

The volleyball team hosts Richfield on Friday at 5 p.m. The week culminates with the annual homecoming football game when the Broncos host the Enterprise Wolves at 7 p.m.
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