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St. Croix Central Homecoming 2016

Homecoming King Cole Refsneider attempted to pull tissues out of their box as fast as he could during a “Minute to Win It” game that all four classes competed in during last week’s pep rally as part of the homecoming festivities. (Photo by Jordan Willi)1 / 6
Homecoming King Cole Refsneider was crowned during the St. Croix Central Skit Night on Wednesday, Oct. 5, in the middle school auditorium. The Homecoming Court for the boys include freshman Logan Johnson, sophomore Nathan Berends, junior Justin Freyholtz and senior Raini Denny-Broker. (Photo by Jordan Willi)2 / 6
Homecoming Queen Rachel Larson was crowned during Skit Night at St. Croix Central on Wednesday, Oct. 5, in the middle school auditorium. The Homecoming Court for the girls include freshman Grace Hanson, sophomore Hannah Schwechler, junior Marcia Folgheraiter and senior Megan Weatherly. (Photo by Jordan Willi)3 / 6
SCC freshmen dance to the beat of one of their song selections for the annual lip-sync battle between the four classes at the high school during last Wednesday’s Skit Night at the middle school. (Photo by Jordan Willi)4 / 6
The seniors put on a skit depicting the high school staff and teachers at an “AA” type meeting to discuss their problems during this year’s Skit Night as part of last week’s homecoming festivities. (Photo by Jordan Willi)5 / 6
A pair of SCC juniors attempt to unroll a whole toilet paper roll during a “Minute to Win It” like game, which was played as part of the pep rally festivities last Friday at St. Croix Central. (Photo by Jordan Willi)6 / 6

The St. Croix Central School District celebrated its 2016 Homecoming with a series of events and themed days during the week of Oct. 3-8.

Jordan Willi
Jordan Willi is a reporter for the New Richmond News. Previously, he worked as a sports reporter at the Worthington Daily Globe in Worthington, Minnesota. He also interned at the Hudson Star Observer for two summers and contributed to the Bison Illustrated sports magazine at North Dakota State University.
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