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Homecoming Tradition at Sparta High School

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The Homecoming King Jamie Lowenstein and Queen Lindsay Rippey. Credits: Jennifer Dericks
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SPARTA, NJ – The tradition of Homecoming continued on Saturday at Cassels Field. It was the culmination of Spirit Week, when each day had a theme; comfy clothes day, gym warrior day, Sparta Pride where students wore team jerseys or other Spartan Spirit wear.  Friday night, the students returned to school for a Rally of the Classes. 

At halftime the nominees from each class were announced and escorted onto the field by members of their family or friends. The marching band provided a backdrop for the homecoming court.

The freshmen gentlemen, called Barons, were Daniel Baker and Buddy Al-Alydi. They tied.

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The sophomore girls, Dutchesses, were Kada Cernek, Emily Sigillo and winner Rachel Spelman. The Dukes were winner Liam Armstorng, Brent Bloomgren, Leonard Fontes.

Gretchen Bowie and Owen Mead were chosen junior class Prince and Princess. The other juniors were Madeline Cuan, Madeline Seeland, Ben Insley and Sean Schoch.    

Finally, the crown and sash went to Queen Lindsay Rippey and King Jamie Lowenstein.  The other nominees were Isabella Ardizzone, Rachel Baker,Emily Chisarik,  Cassidy Perkinson, Taylor Schroepfer, Tiffany Zielenski, Ryan Brick, Ian Burke, Oliver Elias, Lucas Faria, Tommy Livecchi, Nick Makowitz, Matt Pondiscio and James Schoch.  The top four girls and boys were invited to the half-time event, though not were all in attendance.  

The Sparta football team continued their winning streak beating High Point 56-0. 

Later that evening the students and staff attended the Homecoming Dance in the high school cafeteria.  

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