Dear RLHS community,
This week we were informed that our Homecoming football opponent, Catholic Central, would be forfeiting the remainder of their varsity games for the season. The RLHS football team has now qualified for the playoffs! Congratulations, Crusaders!
Despite a search of the entire Upper Midwest, we were unable to find another varsity opponent for this week. We are disappointed for our varsity football players, and especially our seniors, that they will not be able to compete in a Homecoming football game.
We do feel it is important to have a culminating event at the end of Homecoming week and we publicly recognize our court at an athletic event. To accomplish this, we will be playing the JV game against Catholic Central on Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at Horlick Field. Please join us and support the younger players, plus enjoy the celebration and community of RLHS Homecoming 2017. Admission to the game will be a freewill offering supporting Lutheran South Academy in Houston to help with expenses due to damage from Hurricane Harvey.
Each RLHS alumnus in attendance at the game will receive a special gift by stopping by the alumni table. A post-game alumni reception with complimentary refreshments will be held at Bucket’s Pub, 2031 Lathrop Avenue, from 1:30 until 4 p.m. Catch up with classmates, reminisce with old friends and share stories with new acquaintances. Once a Crusader, always a Crusader!
Coronation begins at 7 p.m. at the school. All are welcome to attend and celebrate the crowning of our Homecoming king and queen. The dance immediately follows coronation, and tickets can be purchased during lunch hours this week.
Thank you for your understanding and your ongoing support of RLHS and Homecoming Week. Go Crusaders!
Congratulations to the Homecoming Court! Senior girls chosen for court are: Haley Pilcher, Brianna Jaramillo, Natalie Rosborough, Josie Kellner and Brittaney Bertermann. Senior boys chosen for court are: Austin Honore, Ryan Hoover, Brian Gonzalez, Kody Banse and Dakota Dexter.