NOTRE DAME HOMECOMING COURT - Members of the 2016 Homecoming Court of Notre Dame High School of Acadia Parish, one of will be selected the new Homecoming Queen on Friday, Oct. 7.

Notre Dame Homecoming events, court announced

CROWLEY - Notre Dame High School is pleased to announce the events associated with the 2016 Homecoming Game on Friday, Oct. 7, when the Pioneers will host Sacred Heart of Ville Platte.
In addition to campus activities held during the week, city-wide festivities will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 6, when the annual Homecoming Parade rolls north on Parkerson Avenue from the Crowley Court Circle. The parade turns right onto Northern Avenue, right on Eastern Avenue, and ends at the Notre Dame campus, where a city-wide pep rally will be held.
Immediately following the pep rally, the Notre Dame High School’s third annual Gumbo Cookoff will be held on the school track surrounding the football practice field. Tickets to the event are $5 each which includes admission and all the gumbo you can eat.
Soft drinks and water will also be available for purchase. Tickets can be purchased at Notre Dame at 783-7143. All proceeds will benefit the NDHS Teacher Endowment Fund.
All Notre Dame, St. Joseph High School, St. Michael High School and St. Francis High School alumni are invited to celebrate Mass with the N.D. students and faculty on Friday, Oct. 7, at noon in the A.B. Doré Memorial Gym.
Alumni and friends are also invited to the N.D. campus on Friday, Oct. 7, at 2 p.m. for the annual Homecoming Pep Rally in the gym.
Prior to Friday  night’s Homecoming Game, a reception will be held beginning at 6:15 p.m. at Gardiner Memorial Stadium honoring the Notre Dame High School classes of 1977, 1987, 1997 and 2007, as well as the “7” classes of St. Joseph High School, St. Michael High School and St. Francis High School.
The week’s festivities will conclude with the Homecoming Football Game Friday evening when the Pioneers take on the Trojans of Sacred Heart of Ville Platte. Kickoff is 7 p.m. at Gardiner Memorial Stadium.
The Homecoming Court will be introduced at halftime and a new Homecoming Queen will be crowned. Members of the 2016 Homecoming Court include the following 13 young ladies selected by their senior class:
Shelby Lynn Bordes, daughter of Pat and Jessica Bordes of Rayne;
Phyllis Elliot Dore’, daughter of Elliot and Sandi Dore’ of Crowley;
Ashton Marie Dupuis, daughter of Christopher and Jennifer Dupuis of Rayne;
Lynzie Claire Fogleman, daughter of Lyle and Letza Fogleman, Jr. of Crowley;
Madeline Elizabeth Gautreaux, daughter of Judd and Jami Gautreaux of Rayne;
Ashley Rose Goss, daughter of Kenny and Kalynn of Crowley;
Eleanor Claire Hensgens, daughter of Denny and Amanda Hensgens of Crowley;
Abigail Claire Kilgore, daughter of Kerry and Karrie Kilgore of Crowley;
Josie Anne Lamm, daughter of Brant and Khristy Lamm of Crowley;
Emily Ann Savoy, daughter of Gaynol and Ann Savoy of Rayne;
Jeanne Frances Thibodeaux, daughter of Frank and Lisa Thibodeaux of Crowley;
Caroline Elizabeth Welter, daughter of Fritz and Tremayne Welter of Rayne; and
Remington Marie Winchester, daughter of Monte & Missy Winchester of Rayne.

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