Seniors, class of 2014, win Spirit Week

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Photo by Maile Sur

Before they knew the class of 2014 had won Spirit Week, seniors Sean Segundo and Lexis Viena show off their class banner during halftime of the varsity football game, Sept. 14, at Kana'iaupuni.

By Daisy Draper, staff writer

Overall, the seniors won first place at this week’s Spirit Week festivities. They were followed by the juniors in second, sophomores in third, and freshmen in fourth place. The seniors were overcome with joy after hearing the great news of their win.

“It means a lot! For the past three years we hadn’t done very well in homecoming, so to finally win it our last year is really special,” said Megan Batangan, also known as “Kamalei,” senior and student body treasurer.

During the halftime show of the varsity game, each class showed off their banners and floats at Kana’iaupuni, on September 14, 2013,.  The banners and floats were scored earlier that day.

Sophomore Julia Singh, she was proud of her class even though they placed third.

“Homecoming was awesome this year! I really appreciate the time and effort our officers put into it because, in the end, it all paid off. We worked really hard, and I’ll always be proud to be in the class of 2016.”

After each class paraded down the field, the scores for all of the homecoming events were revealed, as well as the overall winner of Spirit Week.

2013 SPIRIT WEEK RESULTS
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