The 2017 Rock Port High School Homecoming Queen is Catyn Chamberlain and the King is Dalton Brake. They were crowned Friday, September 29, following the Blue Jays’ homecoming football game against Southwest Livingston. Catyn Chamberlain is the daughter of Chris Chamberlain and Lesli Fila, and Dalton is the son of Kim Brake. Emoree Green, daughter of Malina Green and Caleb Green, and Jack Lotter, son of Brandon and Libby Lotter, were crownbearers.

The elementary students did their part and got into the spirit with the cheerleaders at the homecoming parade and pep rally.

The eighth grade shows off their hard work with their first place float.

High School Principal Ethan Sickels got into the spirit of homecoming as he played on the faculty team in the Peach Fuzz volleyball game.

The seniors all spoke during the bonfire. Ryan Dewhirst thanked everyone for their support and asked them to show up to the game and the Jays would get another win.

Coach Riley Vogler’s team won the Peach Fuzz volleyball championship. Team members were: Ayden Wilroy, Aaron Lawrence, Ben Lucas, Joey Herron, Ryan Dewhirst, Evan Elam, Alex Burke and Remington Stoner.

Cousin Makenna Farmer escorts senior Carter Ottmann at the jersey auction.

Catyn Chamberlain (in the Scheels shirt) makes a mad dash down the field in the Powder Puff Game. Junior Abby Bradley tries to avoid a tackle as she runs outside during the Powder Puff Football Game.

The Abbott brothers, Gabriel and Gavin, worked the crowd to sell their football jerseys during the jersey auction.

The Abbott brothers, Gabriel and Gavin, worked the crowd to sell their football jerseys during the jersey auction.

Harlee Pritt was on point during the 80’s music halftime performance Friday evening.