Homecoming at Monticello High
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Homecoming King royalty at Monticello High includes: (l. to r.) Skyler Lowe, Montana Welch, Devin Wright and Dallin Duncan. The queen will be named Thursday. Robin Garner photo
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Monticello High School will celebrate homecoming this week with a series of public events, culminating in the annual homecoming football game against the Rich Rebels on Friday at 7 p.m.

The Buckaroo football team hopes to come away with a victory over the Rebels. Rich is the defending 1A state champion.

Events on Wednesday, September 15 include a bonfire at the football field beginning at 8 p.m.

A homecoming queen will be crowned on Thursday at a pageant which will begin at 1:45 p.m. The homecoming queen and royalty will join the homecoming king, which was determined on Monday.

The homecoming king is Devin Wright. He is joined by Dallin Duncan, Montana Welch and Skyler Lowe.

The Buckaroo volleyball team hosts the San Juan Broncos on Thursday, September 16. The first game starts at 4 p.m., with the varsity match set to begin at 6:30 p.m.

The homecoming parade will begin at 12:30 p.m. The parade route will start at the high school, head north and west to pass the softball fields, then travel down 100 North to 100 West before heading back to the school up 100 South. (If you are lost, just listen for the marching band.)

The homecoming game will include a potluck tailgate party hosted by the Buckaroo Booster Club. Alumni are invited to join the Buckaroo pep band to help the team.

The KAAJ broadcast of Buckaroo football games, at 103.9 on the FM band, can also be heard over the internet at http://kaaj-lp.purestream.net:9400

The Buckaroo cross country team will race at Shiprock on Saturday, September 18.
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