Homecoming 2016

Middle School volleyball and football teams show team spirit at the Ignacio Homecoming Parade on Oct. 7.
Elementary school students and SunUte Community Center Recreation Staff show their support for the Ignacio Bobcats and SunUte Community Center during the Homecoming parade down mainstreet in Ignacio, Friday, Oct. 7.
Announced and presented at halftime of the Bobcats’ Friday, Oct. 7 football game versus Dolores, Ignacio High School’s Homecoming 2016 Freshman Royalty were Mr. Elco Garcia, Jr., and Miss Isabella Pena.
Announced and presented at halftime of the Bobcats’ Friday, Oct. 7 football game versus Dolores, Ignacio High School’s Homecoming 2016 Sophomore Royalty were Mr. Lakota Two Crow, left, and Miss Heile Pearson.
Ignacio High School’s Homecoming 2016 Junior Royalty – Mr. Pablo Garcia-Garcia (65) and Miss Sidney Cox – slide to their designated place upon IHS Field during the Oct. 7 halftime ceremony, making room for the eventual King/Queen presentation.
Announced and presented at halftime of the Bobcats’ Friday, Oct. 7 football game versus Dolores, Ignacio High School’s Homecoming 2016 Second Senior Attendants were Mr. Colten Smithson (44) and Miss Lea Monroe.
Announced and presented at halftime of the Bobcats’ Friday, Oct. 7 football game versus Dolores, Ignacio High School’s Homecoming 2016 First Senior Attendants were Mr. Ethan Appenzeller (21) and Miss Jaylynn Rose Herrera.
Named Ignacio High School’s Homecoming 2016 King and Queen at halftime of the Bobcats’ Friday, Oct. 7 game versus Dolores were Mr. Dalton Labarthe (77) and Miss Rachel Cooper, both seniors. Second Senior Attendants were Mr. Colten Smithson and Miss Lea Monroe, and First Senior Attendants were Mr. Ethan Appenzeller and Miss Jaylynn Rose Herrera.
A future Ignacio High School cheerleader gazes up in awe at Bobcat seniors Timmy Plehinger (86) and R.J. Sanchez (62) as they run through the Cheer Squad’s ‘spirit line’ and onto IHS Field to face Dolores for Homecoming on Oct. 7.
With the ubiquitous National Breast Cancer Awareness Month ‘ribbon’ cut into his hair, Ignacio sophomore offensive/defensive lineman Mike Archuleta (left) listens to the “Star-Spangled Banner” prior to the Bobcats’ Homecoming game versus Dolores on Oct. 7.
Ignacio sophomore receiver/defensive back Lawrence Valdez rocked a National Breast Cancer Awareness Month-pink hand-warmer around his waist during the Bobcats’ Homecoming game.
Trennie Collins | The Southern Ute Drum
Trennie Collins | The Southern Ute Drum
Joel Priest | Special to the Drum
Joel Priest | Special to the Drum
Joel Priest | Special to the Drum
Joel Priest | Special to the Drum
Joel Priest | Special to the Drum
Joel Priest | Special to the Drum
Joel Priest | Special to the Drum
Joel Priest | Special to the Drum
Joel Priest | Special to the Drum