Photos: Columbus High's Homecoming

 

The Columbus High School football team celebrates after winning Friday's homecoming game against Lanier High School. The Falcons defeated the Bulldogs 13-12.

The Columbus High School football team celebrates after winning Friday's homecoming game against Lanier High School. The Falcons defeated the Bulldogs 13-12. Photo by: Jennifer Mosbrucker/Dispatch Staff

 

Columbus' 2018 Homecoming Queen Hannah White crowns Nitirah Barry homecoming queen during the halftime ceremony at Friday's game.

Columbus' 2018 Homecoming Queen Hannah White crowns Nitirah Barry homecoming queen during the halftime ceremony at Friday's game. "Don't cry," Barry said to White as she placed the crown on her head.
Photo by: Jennifer Mosbrucker/Dispatch Staff

 

Layla Blunt, 6, daughter of Amanda and Trah Blunt, wears Columbus Falcons-themed bedazzled shoes during the homecoming parade Friday afternoon in Columbus. Blunt was a princes in the parade.

Layla Blunt, 6, daughter of Amanda and Trah Blunt, wears Columbus Falcons-themed bedazzled shoes during the homecoming parade Friday afternoon in Columbus. Blunt was a princes in the parade.
Photo by: Jennifer Mosbrucker/Dispatch Staff

 

Princess Jammie Coleman and Prince Rodney Spriggs wait for the homecoming parade to start Friday afternoon at The Hitching Lot in Columbus.

Princess Jammie Coleman and Prince Rodney Spriggs wait for the homecoming parade to start Friday afternoon at The Hitching Lot in Columbus.
Photo by: Jennifer Mosbrucker/Dispatch Staff

 

From left, Khalilah Karriem, 15, Avani Poindexter, 16, and Kamyrn Bowen 17, cheer for the Falcons during the homecoming game Friday night at the Columbus High School football stadium. Poindexter was the varsity cheer team sweetheart for homecoming.

From left, Khalilah Karriem, 15, Avani Poindexter, 16, and Kamyrn Bowen 17, cheer for the Falcons during the homecoming game Friday night at the Columbus High School football stadium. Poindexter was the varsity cheer team sweetheart for homecoming.
Photo by: Jennifer Mosbrucker/Dispatch Staff

 

Columbus High School's football coach Joshua Pulphus talks to his team after their victory over Lanier Friday night in Columbus. Following the game, Pulphus and his team prayed the Lord's Prayer together.

Columbus High School's football coach Joshua Pulphus talks to his team after their victory over Lanier Friday night in Columbus. Following the game, Pulphus and his team prayed the Lord's Prayer together.
Photo by: Jennifer Mosbrucker/Dispatch Staff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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