RASD celebrates Homecoming weekend (Click for more photos!)

Photo by Brian Stockman — Shown above is the 2018 RHS Homecoming Court, from left to right, runner up couple, Garrett Ecklund and Alyssa Kasmierski; King and Queen, Mikey Oullette and Elli Herzog; Luke Tomaski and Madeline Cowan; Cole Salberg and Erica DeLullo; Will Thompson and Lacie Cherry; and Jake Reynolds and Claire Kemick.Photo by Becky Polaski — Rena Messineo, of Ridgway, was crowned ECC's 2018 Homecoming queen on Friday evening during a ceremony held at halftime of the Crusaders’ matchup against Cameron County at Dutch Country Stadium. Messineo was escorted by Nick Daghir. Anna Keyes was the runner-up, and she was escorted by Dominic Gismondi. Pictured, in front, are Rena Messineo, flower girl Myah Gerber and crown bearer Patrick Messineo. In back, are Nick Daghir, Anna Keyes, Dominic Gismondi andPhoto by Brian Stockman — Senior parade float.Photo by Christie Gardener — RHS marching band member participate in this year's Homecoming parade/Photo by Christie Gardener — The Elkers mascot made a guest appearance during the Homecoming parade on Friday evening.Photo by Brian Stockman — Eighth grade parade float. Photo by Brian Stockman — RHS cheerleaders march in Homecoming paradePhoto by Brian Stockman — Sixth grade parade float.
Staff Writer

Ridgway Middle school and High school students came together to celebrate Homecoming on Friday evening with a parade and football game to follow. The Elkers won over the Punxsutawney Chucks 42-16.

The full article and photo page can be found in the printed publication or E-Edition of the Ridgway Record, Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018.