Homecoming football game


Photo Cred: Aj Perez

Jayme Kim and Madison Velez

The weeks leading up to our homecoming football game are full of preparation and practice to ensure that the game and all the activities surrounding it go smoothly.

Senior Zachary Perez is particularly excited for everyone to come to the football game.

“It’s a really big game that a lot of people come out to,” Perez said. “We’ll have our friends go out and it’s just kind of important for us to win.”

Dance, Marching Band and Song have prepared performances to go with the theme of “Through the Ages.”

“We are doing a 70’s inspired dance and it’s a little bit out of our comfort zone,” junior Karina Lopez said. “I really like it and I think it’s always good to do something new.”

Song will be performing with songs from the 90s, and to senior Morgan Forrester, will be an important performance.

“[The homecoming game] is one of the biggest games, not only because of the homecoming court, [but also because it’s] the start of football season and it’s important for student section to be out there,” Forrester said.

Before the game every year, FUHS inducts alumni into the Wall of Fame. Marching Band attends the Wall of Fame induction every year to honor the new inductees.

“We do the wall of fame ceremony,” junior Julia Froberg said. “That’s not really a band tradition, it’s more like a school tradition.”

Everyone should come out and show your school spirit at the homecoming game this Friday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. against Sonora High School.