Homecoming Week fashions on parade
Thursday, September 19th, 2013
Issue 38, Volume 17.
Seniors on the 2013 Fallbrook High Homecoming Court, Chandler Smith and Anna Wegner model formal attire at a fashion show event on campus Sept. 13 for the upcoming festivities. Seniors Megan McGoldrick and Caroline Bishop show how to dress as “Preps” for Hicks vs. Preps day during the Homecoming Spirit Week Fashion Show on Sept. 13. Seniors Megan McGoldrick and Caroline Bishop show how to dress as “Preps” for Hicks vs. Preps day during the Homecoming Spirit Week Fashion Show on Sept. 13. Seniors Amanda Russell and Skyler Schaar skip down the runaway dressed as “Hicks” for the theme day billed as Hicks vs. Preps Day, during the Homecoming Spirit Week Fashion Show on Friday, Sept. 13. Sophomore Melanie Haigh runs the fashion show behind the scenes, making sure that the microphones, music, and models are in place so that everything runs smoothly during the Homecoming Spirit Week Fashion Show on Friday, Sept. 13. Senior Vidi Arevalo shows her colors as she walks down the runaway representing Tie-Dye Day at the fashion show for Fallbrook’s upcoming Homecoming Week, on Friday Sept. 13. From left, seniors Steven Casillas, Brooke Hranek, Ashley Lampert, and Joe Sichi pose at the end of the runaway, representing the Fallbrook Noize Boyz for Red & White Day during Homecoming Week. Some of the members of the Class of 2014 pose for a photo after the Homecoming Week Fashion Show on Friday, Sept. 13. From left, seniors Lake Moran, Will Parker, George Stroesenreuther, and Cesar Mendez get animated towards the audience at the fashion show, while representing Hip Day for Homecoming Spirit Week. Two of Fallbrook High School’s seniors on the Homecoming Court, Prince Chandler Smith and Princess Anna Wegner, walk down the runaway wearing Formal Wear during the Homecoming Week Fashion Show on Sept. 13. Senior Morgan Brown, representing diving, dresses for Sports Day in the Homecoming Week Fashion Show on Friday, Sept. 13.
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