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Oberender,Gasca-Webster City High School Homecoming Queen and King
Posted: Sep 20 2013 by ppowers

 

Gustavo Gasca and Livia Oberender were crowned the Webster City High School Homecoming king and queen in ceremonies Thursday night at Prem Sahai Auditorium. The coronation ceremony was a part of the Boom Night festivities leading up to the Friday night Homecoming football game with Iowa Falls-Alden. The other contestants included Maddie Bertran, Abby Fuhs,Madelyn Ogg, Ashley Price and Kaylee Schnathorst for queen. The king contestants were Dylan Fielder, Tanner Hild, Connor Larson and Ben Mossman.  Another highlight of the ceremony was the induction of Kevin Kennedy and Matt Tharp into the Lynx Athletic Hall of Fame. Kennedy is a 1971 graduate of Webster City High School and Tharp graduating in 2002. Both men were active in the athletic programs as a student at Webster City High School. The Lynx cheerleaders lead the audience in cheers and with the fight song.  Coaches Tony Bussan,Bob Howard and Jess Howard recognized the members of the cross country, football and volleyball teams on their accomplishments this season.

Homecoming will be celebrated in Webster City with a parade through the downtown area today at 2:30. The parade will form at West Twin Park. The route will be north on Seneca, then west on Second and then south of Des Moines Street where it will end at the middle school. The annual Webster City Main Street Kiwanis Chili Supper will be held from 5:30 until 7:30 p.m. at the high school cafeteria. The Lynx will face Iowa Falls-Alden in the Homecoming football game tonight at 7:30. KQWC AM 1570 and kqradio dot com will have the game for you with the play by play  by Brad Tharp. Homecoming festivities wrap up Saturday night with a dance at high school cafeteria from 8:00 until 11:00 p.m.

 

Gustavo Gasca and Livia Oberender were crowned the Webster City High School Homecoming king and queen in ceremonies Thursday night at Prem Sahai Auditorium. The coronation ceremony was a part of the Boom Night festivities leading up to the Friday night Homecoming football game with Iowa Falls-Alden. The other contestants included Maddie Bertran, Abby Fuhs,Madelyn Ogg, Ashley Price and Kaylee Schnathorst for queen. The king contestants were Dylan Fielder, Tanner Hild, Connor Larson and Ben Mossman.  Another highlight of the ceremony was the induction of Kevin Kennedy and Matt Tharp into the Lynx Athletic Hall of Fame. Kennedy is a 1971 graduate of Webster City High School and Tharp graduating in 2002. Both men were active in the athletic programs as a student at Webster City High School. The Lynx cheerleaders lead the audience in cheers and with the fight song.  Coaches Tony Bussan,Bob Howard and Jess Howard recognized the members of the cross country, football and volleyball teams on their accomplishments this season.

Homecoming will be celebrated in Webster City with a parade through the downtown area today at 2:30. The parade will form at West Twin Park. The route will be north on Seneca, then west on Second and then south of Des Moines Street where it will end at the middle school. The annual Webster City Main Street Kiwanis Chili Supper will be held from 5:30 until 7:30 p.m. at the high school cafeteria. The Lynx will face Iowa Falls-Alden in the Homecoming football game tonight at 7:30. KQWC AM 1570 and kqradio dot com will have the game for you with the play by play  by Brad Tharp. Homecoming festivities wrap up Saturday night with a dance at high school cafeteria from 8:00 until 11:00 p.m.

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