Buffalo High School’s Tasi Gavillet paints “Girl Boss” on the cheek of classmate Danica Boyce at the faceprinting table on Friday. The face painting table was run by high school students and drew all ages of fans in for an artistic surprise.
Buffalo High School senior Ben Camino lead the team through the BHS banner to take the field on Friday. After warming up, the football team returns to the high school so as to march down the field to the hill and run on through the line of cheerleaders holding the banner.
Buffalo High School head coach Rob Hammond carries the shoulder pads and uniform of seniors Ben Camino and Keegan Money while they join the marching band during the halftime show on Friday. Several football players and cheerleaders take a break away from their performances to join the band at halftime.
Buffalo High School seniors Makenna Lambert, left, and Riley Tomich begin their introduction to the field before running to their stands to conduct the marching show on Friday. Lambert and Tomich are the Buffalo High School drum majors and dressed up to match the show theme of “Pyramids of Egypt.”
Buffalo High School snare drummer Ben Camino flips one of his sticks up in the air during the drum instrumental that marches the band onto the field on Friday. The homecoming football game is the second official performance the band has put on for Buffalo fans - following a marching band showcase earlier in the week.
Buffalo High School senior alto saxophone player Keegan Money leans back alongside football teammate freshman Adam McCorkle on Friday. Several football players spend their half-time with the band as part of the marching show.
Buffalo High School senior Madison Bartlett grabs her flag during the marching band performance on Friday. Bartlett cheered for the game but took a halftime break to do color guard with the marching band.
Buffalo High School senior Homecoming attendants Cassie Downare and Jackson Moon walk arm in arm to the center of the track to be recognized as one of two of six seniors elected to the Homecoming court on Friday. Several football players left half time or the marching band to join the homecoming court during halftime.
Buffalo High School Senior Cassie Downare laughs as she removes her senior court crown to make room for the larger queen crown during halftime of the football game on Friday. Cassie Downare was named queen alongside homecoming king Ben Camino. The pair were two of six seniors recognized in the court this year.
Buffalo High School cheerleader Cadance Foust uses the megaphone to lead the cheerleaders and the crowd in a chant on Friday. The chant helped to kick off the second half of the home game against Worland.
From left, Isabella Lungren, Gabri Grabin, Carly Norman, Charley Mauve, Kendall Tietjen and Alaina Gross cheer for the Bison as they score a first down and close in on the end zone during the third quarter on Friday. The student section was full on Friday with coordinated cheers, and lots of signs and energy.
Buffalo High School junior Daniel Brown screams back in excitement as Buffalo scored another touchdown in the third quarter on Friday. Buffalo scored two touchdowns in the third quarter to increase their lead to 26-20.
Buffalo High School cheerleader Daphne Lavigne laughs while friend Alaina Gross fixes the bow in her hair between cheers on Friday. In honor of breast cancer awareness month, both the cheerleaders and football players pulled out pink accessories like bows, tape or towels.
From left, Buffalo high schooler’s Vivi Ostheimer, Karina Mysse, Tavin Hampshire and Joesi Kerckaert hold a DAWG sign over the heads of the student section on Friday. Each time they lifted the letters up the hole section would bark as a group.
Buffalo High School junior Blake Bell became the center of the huddle as the players cheered in celebration of their win on Friday. “We played like warriors tonight” he screamed as the team yelled with him as they waited for the coaches to join the huddle.
Buffalo High School junior Michael Ihnat jumps up to celebrate junior Blake Bell’s touchdown in the first quarter on Friday. Bell scored the 31-yard touchdown to put Buffalo’s first points on the board.
Buffalo High School sophomore defender Eli Patterson pushes Worland ball carrier Brock Douzenis during the second half on Friday. Patterson led Buffalo’s defense with 24 total points including four unassisted tackles and two tackles resulting in a loss of yards.
Buffalo High School sophomore Kadon Boyce makes sure the quarterback is down after Worland’s Kade Weber slipped on the wet grass and fell on Friday. Buffalo made a number of defensive stops to return the ball to Bison possession without allowing Worland points.
Buffalo High School’s offensive line launches forward as a first and 10 play begins in the fourth quarter on Friday. Head coach Rob Hammond said his offensive line felt more physically dominant in the second half and were requesting isolation and dive plays to overpower the Worland defense.
Buffalo High School hosted Worland for their Homecoming week football game. Buffalo pulled ahead in the first half and was able to maintain the momentum, pulling out a strong 40-23 win over Worland. The BHS marching band took the field during halftime to show off this year's "Pyramids of Egypt" show. Before the teams returned to the field the Homecoming court was announced and this year's King Ben Camino and Queen Cassie Downare were crowned.