Winter homecoming celebrates the seasons
by Patterson Irrigator
Feb 03, 2010 | 883 views | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Patterson High School students have celebrated “The Four Seasons” Winter Homecoming all week, culminating in the big game Friday, Feb. 5.

The Patterson Tigers and the Orestimba Warriors of Newman will meet for a West Side basketball game on the hardwood.

Students will dress up Thursday, Feb. 4, for Construction Worker Day (though no real construction tools will be allowed). Later on that day, Buff Puff games in the Patterson High gym will begin at 7 p.m. The games are free with an Associated Student Body card and $1 without an ASB card.

Tiger Pride Day will be Friday, and students can show school sprit by wearing clothing in school colors, crimson (red) and gray. The boys’ basketball game against Orestimba will start at 4:30 p.m., and the princess and queen royalty will be crowned during halftime of the junior varsity and varsity games, respectively. The winter homecoming princes and king were crowned Monday during the girls volleyball game.

Meanwhile, on Friday, a “Sadie’s Goes Neon” dance will be from 10 p.m. to midnight in the school gym. Photos can be bought during the dance.

At a glance

Girls royalty

The winter homecoming princesses and queen will be crowned Friday night.

• Freshmen princess court: Janel Ortega, Kai Roberts and Karina Villafana

• Sophomore princess court: Stephanie Cantu, Yvonne Gomez and Denise Stobb

• Junior princess court: Brianna Gill, Porsha Hall and Nikki Johnson

• Senior queen court: Vanessa Diaz, Jessica Herrera and Elizabeth Kelly

Boys royalty

The winter homecoming princes and king (with asterisks) were crowned Monday night.

• Freshmen prince court: Gary Abundis*, J.T. Aguilar and Dru Morales

• Sophomore prince court: Adan Cortez, Cody Gagnon* and Sean Rainwater

• Junior prince court: Jose Cuevas*, Logan Johnson and Efrim Jones

• Senior king court: Rodrigo Aldana, Eduardo Lopez and David Salazar*
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