Dr. Phillips senior Tanner Ingle, a captain for the Panthers football team, was named the school’s Homecoming King.
Dr. Phillips senior Windy Julssaint was ecstatic when she was named the school’s 2017 Homecoming Queen.
Madesyn Forte, a senior, and the rest of the Dr. Phillips High cheerleaders brought the energy throughout the game.
Dr. Phillips High honored the memory of former Panther Anthony Solomon between quarters of its Homecoming Game. Solomon was a football and track star for Dr. Phillips who collapsed and died due to heart complications in 1989.
The mascots for Dr. Phillips High School were hard at work keeping the fans pumped up as the Panthers defeated rival Olympia.
The Homecoming court processed down the 50-yard line.
The Dr. Phillips High marching band performed after the game, earning a rousing round of applause from the stands.
Dr. Phillips High celebrated its Homecoming Game Oct. 20 with a rivalry win over Olympia High, 31-10.
During halftime of the game, seniors Tanner Ingle and Windy Julssaint were crowned the school’s Homecoming King and Queen, respectively.
The Panthers also honored the memory of Anthony Solomon, a former student-athlete who died in 1989, between the first and second quarters.