By Colt Antle
On Oct. 7, 2023, Pueblo County High School held its yearly Homecoming Dance. It was a time for people to get together with their friends and forge some new memories parting with everyone else. Amber Mills, senior, was crowned the 2023 Homecoming Queen at the dance. The other contestants for the running of the Homecoming Queen were Mackenna Alfonso,senior, Jessie Christie, senior, Addison Doub, senior, Kyla Ruzich, senior, and Pierson Weimer, senior. When asked what she thought of the dance, Senior Grace Gray said, “It was fun, I enjoyed it.”
No dance is complete without a theme, and this dance was no different. The theme for this year was neon lights, which was represented very well with the decorations featured in the auxiliary gymnasium. Bright neon lights ran across the walls, lazer figures were dancing along to the music, and every person in attendance had a glow stick somewhere on their body. Not to mention the day before, to hype up Homecoming, the school had a pre-game barbeque and the Homecoming Football Game. The Pueblo County Hornets faced off against the Canyon City Tigers with PCHScoming out victorious.