Spirit Week Begins at Lewis County High School

© 2018-The Weston Democrat

Homecoming Week at Lewis County High School began Monday with ‘Merica Monday and a boot lacing contest. Students dressed up in their red, white, and blue and classes competed to see who could lace up a pair of boots the fastest.
Seniors won the first lunch boot lacing competition, with Cole Hunt representing. Jenna Allman represented 11th grade, David Cunningham represented 10th grade, and Bricen Bailey represented ninth grade.
Second lunch competitors were Seth Carpenter, the winner for ninth grade, Kassandra Hughes represented 10th grade, Rachel Hall represented 11th grade, and Paije Bragg represented 12th grade.
Tuesday was Tie-dye Tuesday and a donut on a string contest was held during lunch. Winners at first lunch were Juniors Cole Kemper and Anna Tucker, Seniors Joey Grogg and Meagan Walker were second, Sophomores Jared Snyder and Chayten Chapman were third, and freshmen Alisa Linger and Ripley Cottrell were fourth.
Wild West Wednesday with an egg toss competition, Theatrical Thursday with a wing eating competition, and Fired Up Friday with a gum finding competition will finish out Spirit Week.
The Homecoming game will be Friday evening at 7 p.m., against Robert C. Byrd High School, and the dance will be Saturday evening at LCHS.

© 2018-The Weston Democrat


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