For the band students that were also on the Homecoming court, they wore their royalty clothes and if necessary marched barefoot on Friday. The royalty was announced immediately after the conclusion of the marching band show.
Buffalo High School homecoming queen Hollis Mantle and king Calvin Rule balance their newly placed crowns after being crowned during halftime of the football game on Friday. Hollis and Calvin each won out of three senior nominees for the position.
Buffalo High School senior and Homecoming king Calvin Rule laughs with the other nominees after the conclusion of the announcements on Friday. Rule quickly handed the crown off for someone to hold for the remainder of the game so he could return to the field.
The homecoming court made their way off the field after crowing the king and queen on Friday. Each grade was represented by a royalty pair but the senior class was represented by three pairs instead of one.
Buffalo High School wide receiver Anthony Peters searches for the pass as defensive back Ki Girgen looks for an interception on Friday. Neither Peters nor Girgen caught the ball, making it an incomplete.
Buffalo High School Hosted Riverton for their 2020 football game on Friday, Oct. 2, 2020. Buffalo held their opponent to a 10-0 lead going into the second half. The Bison scored early in the third quarter and despite growing momentum in the second half, were not able to pull out a win, losing 13-6. In celebration of homecoming, the marching band performed their show "Conspiracy Theory" during half time and royalty was announced as well.