New MHS Homecoming royalty crowned

HoCo King and Queen WEB

Marshalltown High School has new Homecoming royalty after Friday evening’s coronation ceremony at Leonard Cole Field. 

Accepting the Homecoming King’s crown was MHS senior Sergio Zaragoza, while fellow senior Milagros Barajas took the throne as Homecoming Queen. In a unique coronation ceremony, the new king and queen were crowned just prior to the evening’s Homecoming football game.

The Homecoming fun on Friday evening was preceded by exciting performances from the MHS Marching Band at the high school that morning. 

From the parking area to the courtyard to the front entrance of the school building, Bobcat students and staff opened windows and stepped outside to enjoy the “Bobcat Fight Song” and other pep rally tunes. MHS Color Guard and Cheerleading team members brought energy to the performances as well. 

Check out the photos below to see more 2020 MHS Homecoming fun!

Please note: In order to maintain the health and safety of students, there will be no MHS Homecoming Dance this year. 

The MHS Marching Band starts of Friday morning with a performance of “The Bobcat Fight Song” on the high school campus.
The Bobcats score the first touchdown of the game.
MHS Color Guard and Cheerleaders perform outside MHS Friday.
The Bobcats offense prepares for the snap at Friday’s game against Fort Dodge.