Somerset Homecoming pep rally MC Hunter Young (second from left) talks with the 2017 Homecoming Queen candidates — (from left to right): Emma Kielsa, Taylor Sporleder, Hannah Waskosky, Brooke Beuthling and Bailey Mitchell — while they try to speak with their mouths full of marshmallows. Jordan Willi / RiverTown Multimedia1 / 6
The 2017 Homecoming King and Queen were named at halftime of the Somerset High School football game Friday, Oct. 13. Pictured are (from left) Victory King Garrett Hecht, Victory Queen Brooke Beuthling, and Homecoming King Henry Thurber and Queen Emma Kielsa. Photo courtesy of Somerset High School2 / 6
Somerset School District student councils from all three buildings (in order: high school, middle school and elementary) played a game of leapfrog to start off a school against school relay race during a pep rally Monday, Oct. 9 in the high school gym. Jordan Willi / RiverTown Multimedia3 / 6
Somerset 2017 Homecoming Queen Emma Kielsa reacts to having the homecoming crown placed on her head during halftime of the school’s Homecoming football game Friday, Oct. 13. Photo courtesy of Eric Andre4 / 6
Somerset High School fall sports captains competed against one another in a challenge to get a cookie from their forehead to their mouth the fastest, as the district’s Homecoming pep rally Monday, Oct. 9. Jordan Willi / RiverTown Multimedia5 / 6
Somerset Homecoming pep rally MC Hunter Young (left) talks with the 2017 Homecoming King candidates — including (from left) Henry Thurber, Tanner Miller, Garrett Hecht, Austin Simma and Hayden Berry — while they try to speak with their mouths full of marshmallows. Jordan Willi / RiverTown Multimedia6 / 6
The Somerset School District celebrated Homecoming 2017 with pep rallies, a parade and activities throughout the week.