Tigers gear up for homecoming next week

September 27, 2023

The Shelby High School 2023 Homecoming Court includes: front row, left to right: sophomore Elaina Davis, junior Leisy Green, senior Molli Schultz, senior Remington Johnson, senior Hailey Jones, senior Kendall Zaverl, senior Hannah Frees and freshman Grace Anne Eckert; back row: sophomore Kasey Lamblin, junior Nolyn Fenton, senior Phillip Hayes, senior Ben Cederquist, senior Mauricio Castillo, senior Logan Selig, senior Wyatt Dickman and freshman Brody Fessenden.

Tigers gear up for homecoming next week

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SHELBY — The Shelby Tigers are gearing up for a homecoming celebration next week that will be “Out of this World.”

With this year’s theme, “Out of this World,” the freshmen will feature planets; sophomores, stars; juniors, aliens; and seniors, astronauts.

The Shelby High School Student Council will host a week-long spike ball competition; a powderpuff game Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 4; and a pep assembly Friday, Oct. 6. 

The will be a parade in town Friday, Oct. 6, at 5 p.m. before the football game against the Manistee Mariners. The homecoming dance will take place at the high school Saturday from 8-11 p.m. 

The Shelby High School 2023 Homecoming Court includes: freshmen Brody Fessenden and Grace Anne Eckert; sophomores Kasey Lamblin and Elaina Davis; juniors Nolyn Fenton and Leisy Green; and seniors Molli Schultz, Remington Johnson, Hailey Jones, Kendall Zaverl, Hannah Frees, Phillip Hayes, Ben Cederquist, Mauricio Castillo, Logan Selig and Wyatt Dickman.

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