Homecoming Queen Marisa Carder and King Ethan Brumbraugh were crowned at the Rock Port High School Football Homecoming game on Friday, September 6, 2019. Crownbearers were Bertie Meyerkorth, left, and Jagger Jones, right. (See page 7 for more Homecoming 2019 pictures.)

The 2019 Rock Port Football Homecoming Court includes the following students, from left to right: back row – Avery Meyerkorth and Aricin Weber, 7th grade attendants; Morgan Cofer and Phillip Herron, 9th grade attendants; Makenna Farmer, 11th grade attendant; Brooklyn Jakub and Beth Davis, Homecoming queen candidates; Homecoming Queen Marisa Carder; Homecoming King Ethan Brumbaugh; Gabe Minter and Alex Burke, Homecoming King candidates; Austin Wallace, 11th grade attendant; Tayleigh Huntley and Ryder Proctor, 10th grade attendants; and Chaney Vogler and Reed Miller, 8th grade attendants; front row – Bertie Meyerkorth and Jagger Jones, crownbearers.

The football players switched places with the cheerleaders at the FCCLA Powder Puff game.

Rachel Vogler grabs a flag from Brianna Maxwell as she tries to get past with the ball.

Senior Kalen LaHue  awaits the highest bid called as Willie Holmes auctions his jersey. The jersey auction was sponsored by the Rock Port Booster Club. This year the Booster Club plans to purchase new boys’ basketball uniforms, new varsity cheer uniforms, new stretch bands for the weight room, and HUDL for the football program. They also helped with the Blue Jay stickers on the football helmets, helped with dance uniforms, and provided each class with $50 to help build homecoming floats and donated prize money for float winners.

Todd Stevens gave an inspirational speech at the 2019 Homecoming bonfire.

Gabe Minter leads off the senior speakers at the annual bonfire.

Junior high cheerleaders show their spirit during the Homecoming Parade.

Kate Ottmann and Kierstyn Jakub work on the sophomore class window. During homecoming week, it’s a tradition that the junior high and high school classes decorate windows on Main Street. The winning mural was awarded to the sophomore class, which decorated Em’s Emporium. Second place went to the juniors, who decorated WC Farmer Photography’s windows. Third place was given to the 8th grade class for their mural on A Perfect 10’s windows.

Gary and Kris Davis were the grand marshals of the 2019 Homecoming Parade.

Sophomore attendants were Ryder Proctor, left, and Tayleigh Huntley, right. Their driver was Lisa Farmer.

Colten Stevens breaks through the banner as the Rock Port defense is announced.

Cayden Criger and Kalen LaHue get into the back field to stop the Longhorns for a loss.

Quarterback Alex Burke steps into the end zone for six points.

The 2019-2020 varsity cheerleaders performed at half-time.