Pahranagat Valley High held their annual Homecoming activities the week before the game with Indian Springs.
Kennedy Huntsman and Jake Carter were chosen King and Queen of the Homecoming dance Saturday night. The Homecoming court was presented at halftime of the football game Friday, but final selections were not named until the dance.
Students participated in a number of activities during the week, including Pajama Day, painting the street with class symbols and names at four intersections of town streets, each class painting a selected large boulder near the football field, the Mr. PV contest in the auditorium one evening, class dress up day, sports fan day, Blue and Gold day, designing and making the posters and building the class floats for the Thursday night Pep Rally, the noise caravan around town, and the traditional bonfire.
In the Homecoming volleyball match, the Pahranagat Valley girls easily took the measure of Indian Springs (6-6, 3-1) in a meeting between the unbeaten leaders of Division IV Southern. Alamo won the match 3-0 by scores of 25-13, 25-17, 25-9. The JV team also won 2-0.
PVHS (19-2, 4-0) played two games on the road this week, winning a non-league match at Lincoln County on Tuesday by scores of 22-25, 25-12, 16-25, 25-23, 15-7. It was the second time the Panther girls have topped the Lady Lynx (13-8) this season.
Pahranagat Valley travels to Sandy Valley Oct. 11, then hosts Division III Southern League leader The Meadows Oct. 15.