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Anna Hilger and Brett Farmer reigned as queen and king over Antigo High School homecoming festivities Friday, announced at a rousing afternoon pep rally and riding in a vintage Buick convertible an hour later in the parade through downtown.

Joining them on the court were Santiago Ossa-Corredor and Ellie Kelly, first attendants; Zander Aros and Lily Nicholson, second attendants; Noah Musolff and Emma Packard, third attendants; and Tyler Schroepfer and Emma Jaje, fourth attendants.

The announcement was extra-special for the Hilger clan. Queen Anna's grandmother, the former Judi Borneman, served as homecoming queen in 1964. Joining her on that court were Judy Williams, Sue Smith, Mary Ridson and Judy Schremp.

An Antigo Police squad car driven by Officer Ryan Bula cleared the way for the procession, with K-9 officer Natscho offering some spirited cheers barking from the back seat.

Then it was down to business, led by the Antigo Marching Red Robins under the direction of Austing Kappel

The floats were all based on the homecoming theme of “Let the Games Begin,” led chronologically by the young eighth graders with a clever “Clue,” featuring a gumshoe, magnifying glass and a Who, What, When, Where theme with the Medford Red Raiders as the victim.

The freshmen continued the theme with Scrabble, using the word game to spell out “Crush 'Em,” in tiles.

Sophomores had a “Twister” theme with polka dots, a giant spinning wheel and a promise that the Robins are “the team that ties you in knots.”

Perhaps the most impressive entry was courtesy of the junior class, with “Monopoly.” The float was pulled by a mustachioed pickup truck and featured a spinning board, dice and a jail/

Seniors, the overwhelming winners of the spirit stick an hour earlier, offered Candyland.

In between there was a float filled with youngsters focused on Antigo Pride and the cheerleaders and dance squad performing routines along the route.

Details from the football game can be found in sports.

Homecoming will be capped with a student dance tonight.




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King Brett Farmer and Queen Anna Hilger in Friday afternoon's homecoming parade.

Farmer, Hilger reign over AHS homecoming
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Anna Hilger and Brett Farmer reigned as queen and king over Antigo High School homecoming festivities Friday, announced at a rousing afternoon pep rally and riding in a vintage Buick convertible an hour later in the parade through downtown.

Joining them on the court were Santiago Ossa-Corredor and Ellie Kelly, first attendants; Zander Aros and Lily Nicholson, second attendants; Noah Musolff and Emma Packard, third attendants; and Tyler Schroepfer and Emma Jaje, fourth attendants.

The announcement was extra-special for the Hilger clan. Queen Anna's grandmother, the former Judi Borneman, served as homecoming queen in 1964. Joining her on that court were Judy Williams, Sue Smith, Mary Ridson and Judy Schremp.

An Antigo Police squad car driven by Officer Ryan Bula cleared the way for the procession, with K-9 officer Natscho offering some spirited cheers barking from the back seat.

Then it was down to business, led by the Antigo Marching Red Robins under the direction of Austing Kappel

The floats were all based on the homecoming theme of “Let the Games Begin,” led chronologically by the young eighth graders with a clever “Clue,” featuring a gumshoe, magnifying glass and a Who, What, When, Where theme with the Medford Red Raiders as the victim.

The freshmen continued the theme with Scrabble, using the word game to spell out “Crush 'Em,” in tiles.

Sophomores had a “Twister” theme with polka dots, a giant spinning wheel and a promise that the Robins are “the team that ties you in knots.”

Perhaps the most impressive entry was courtesy of the junior class, with “Monopoly.” The float was pulled by a mustachioed pickup truck and featured a spinning board, dice and a jail/

Seniors, the overwhelming winners of the spirit stick an hour earlier, offered Candyland.

In between there was a float filled with youngsters focused on Antigo Pride and the cheerleaders and dance squad performing routines along the route.

Details from the football game can be found in sports.

Homecoming will be capped with a student dance tonight.




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King Brett Farmer and Queen Anna Hilger in Friday afternoon's homecoming parade.
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