Hawk Homecoming

— Daily Freeman-Journal photos by Angela Hewitt

South Hamilton High School senior Jozi Klongan performs at halftime of the Hawks’ homecoming game Friday night in Jewell.

Moms of South Hamilton Seniors packed their bubbly parade entry with plenty of flotation devices during the South Hamilton High School Homecoming parade Friday afternoon. Their theme was “Senior moms float, Hawks soar.”

Members of the Hawk marching band perform at the Homecoming game’s halftime. South Hamilton capped off its Homecoming festivities with an impressive showing on the field. The Hawks (4-1 overall, 2-0 in Class 1A, District 2) defeated Woodward-Granger (2-3, 1-1) 38-14 for their second consecutive victory on Friday night.

Zoey Duns, the 2022 South Hamilton Homecoming queen, right, waves to the crowd during the South Hamilton High School Homecoming parade on Friday in Jewell. With her is Homecoming Court member Erin Hassebrock, left.

Members of the South Hamilton High School Color Guard lead the Homecoming parade Friday in Jewell.

Junior Owen Renaud is pictured on the field during Friday night’s Homecoming game. The Hawks defeated Woodward-Granger 38-14. South Hamilton had 398 yards of total offense and churned up big yards on the ground, rushing for 311 yards. Landen Skartvedt and Noah Gunderson both reached the 100-yard plateau. Skartvedt carried the ball 18 times for 122 yards and a 34-yard touchdown. Gunderson had 15 totes for 106 yards.

The Hawk cheer squad warmed joined the parade to victory.

The football team was all smiles ahead of the game.

Hector the Hawk joined in the spirit of the Homecoming evening during the game’s halftime, below right.


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