top of page

SCHOOL - "Homecoming 2020 modified but still a success!"

BEAR RIVER HIGH – By Cari Doutre - September 15, 2020

It took a lot of work, even more compromising and a few adjustments to make sure Bear River High School had a 2020 homecoming week that resembled some tradition and high school spirit despite COVID-19 state restrictions and guidelines currently in place.

September 8-12, 2020, meant a few modified homecoming activities while some traditions stayed strong. This year's annual homecoming football game was held on Friday, Sept. 11, marking a solemn and historic date for the country. To show their gratitude and tribute to the country, Bear River High held a patriotic pre-game show that combined two high schools, honored veterans and American pride. will be publishing a full article, including photo coverage, of that show later this week.

For photo coverage of homecoming activities, find them below this year’s 2020 Bear River High Homecoming Royalty pictures.

The 2020 Bear River High Homecoming Royalty were crowned on Friday, Sept. 11, during the varsity football game's halftime show.

Photos by Andy Marchant Photography

Bear River High 2020 Homecoming Royalty, Sept. 11, 2020 - Photo by Andy Marchant

King and Queen - Tanner Corbridge and Paige Petersen

Paige Petersen and Tanner Corbridge - Photo by Andy Marchant

First Attendants – Kourtlan Rasmussen and Kambree Adams

Kambree Adams and Kourtlan Rasmussen - Photo by Andy Marchant

Second Attendants – Luke Bennett and Anaiah Finlayson

Anaiah Finlayson and Luke Bennett - Photo by Andy Marchant

Prince and Princess –Nic Summers and Olivia Chournos

Olivia Chournos and Nic Summers - Photo by Andy Marchant

Duke and Duchess – Kase Avery and Bentley Lorimer

Bentley Lorimer and Kase Avery - Photo by Andy Marchant

Juniors vs. Seniors Powderpuff football - Sept. 9, 2020

Photos by Andy Marchant Photography


bottom of page