The 2009 Farmington Homecoming Queen, Danielle Goldsmith, was crowned during halftime of the Friday night football game during against the Jackson Indians. The game and crowning marked the end to a busy week of Homecoming activites.
The candidates for Homecoming Queen were Danielle Goldsmith, Riley Thurman, Brie Greever, Chelsea Pratt, Becca Bowles, Kaylan Herbst, Sarah Boyer and Abbi Berry.
The Farmington Knights defeated the Jackson Indians by a score of 30 to 20 in Friday’s game. Earlier that day, hundreds of students and others lined the streets and watched the Homecoming parade with the theme “Villians: We’re your worst Knightmare” as it rolled through town. Seniors, juniors, sophomores and freshmen began working on the floats Sept. 28.
The week included class float building, spirit week, the homecoming parade, a chili dinner by Student Council, as well as the football game and queen coronation.
The seniors theme was Captain Hook (from Peter Pan), juniors theme was Mr. Freeze (from Batman), sophomores had Big Bad Wolf (from 3 Little Pigs), and freshman were doing Queen of Hearts (from Alice in Wonderland).
Winners were announced during the homecoming game. Seniors took first place, while freshman took second, sophomores placed third and then juniors.
Spirit Week is a way to help show support for the Farmington Knights. For the high school spirit week began Monday with pajama day/fictional character day. Tuesday was stereotypes and back to the future day. Wednesday was Generation/energy drink. Thursday was dress like your float or multiplicity day (dress as twins, triplets, etc.). Friday, like every year, is Head to Toe Black and Gold.