Students compete in spirit activities
By Joe Craig
There was fierce competition amongst students at PCS as they fell under the competitive spirit of homecoming week Sept. 28-Oct. 2.
On Monday the student body flexed its muscle as they participated in a class-by-class competition.
Ultimately the freshman rate victorious due, in no small part, to their overwhelming numbers. That day’s theme was cowboy and cowgirl day with Drew Curtis, and Dani Schimonitz showing off the best display of Western pride.
Tuesday, Chase Miyamoto maintained his title as PCS’s marshmallow eating champion, scarfing down 27 marshmallows in a minute and 20 seconds.
On Wednesday was tropical day with Nick Turner being crowned the Big Kahuna. Josh Sexson’s scuba gear was too much for him to endure through the day or he might have been taking home the crown otherwise.
Thursday was Halloween Day with a parade of costumes all throughout PCS, ranging from Kyle Schulze’s impression of Barrack Obama which got scratched and his Secret Service members were outdone by Shelby Breazeale’s simple take on classic whoopee cushion.
Friday was Big Red Day with the halls lighting up in red, black, and white. Overall, Elisa Carlson won the title of most spirited.