Middletown High School hosted a pre-game pep rally Friday evening at Cavalier Stadium followed by the Cavaliers' football game with St. Georges Tech and the crowning of the 2018 Homecoming king and queen.
The Middletown High School Homecoming events open to the community started Friday with a pre-game celebration at 5 p.m., at Cavalier Stadium on South Broad Street in back of Everett Meredith Middle School, the former high school.
The event included inflatable bounce houses and sports games, pep rally performances by the cheerleaders and band, booths from each class and food sales sponsored by the Band Boosters.
The marching band’s pre-game salute included alumni band members with more than 70 grads who signed up to participate.
At 7:30 p.m., the 3-0 Middletown Cavaliers football team hosted the 2-1 St. Georges Tech Hawks. The Cavs gave the Homecoming crowd plenty to cheer about in a 49-7 victory to improve to 4-0.
At halftime, the Homecoming Court was introduced:
Freshman Class Representatives - Will Austin, Braden Davis, Mason Murphy, Karen Gyamfi, Maddy Hackett and Riley Krueger.
Sophomore Class Representatives - Paul Akers, Ben Martin, Kameron Roberts, Brienna Davis, Jordan Harmon, Jada Seals and Amelia VanDyke.
Junior Class Representatives - Jacob Poling, Kameron Saunders, Joey Shears, Reese Gray, Marissa Pyatt and Megan Secoy.
Homecoming King Candidates - Ted Doyle, Luc Dubois, Madison Edwards, Drew Fry, Chance Gagnon and Ethan Nylander.
Homecoming Queen Candidates - Alexis Anibal, Brenna DeRocilli, Kahlea Henry, Alynda Lorusso, Jaden McGeoch.
Then the king and queen were announced: Drew Fry and Jaden McGeoch.
FOR PHOTOS FROM THE FOOTBALL GAME, see the photo gallery in "PHOTOS" or "SPORTS" on this website.