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Kaycee Homecoming celebrates with a shutout

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Kaycee High School’s concluded their Homecoming week with a Friday football game on Sept. 18, 2020. The game hosted Hulett and resulted in a 25-0 shutout by Kaycee. In addition to action on the field, senior night and homecoming royalty were announced and crowned at the game. 

Kaycee High School’s football team lines up for the playing of the National Anthem

Kaycee High School’s football team lines up for the playing of the National Anthem before the start of the game on Friday afternoon. This home game serves as Kaycee’s homecoming game.

Kaycee’s football team puts their hands together in the huddle

Kaycee’s football team puts their hands together in the huddle to kick off the start of the game on Friday afternoon. Kaycee has thirteen players on the roster including injured players.

Harley Davis sweeps away from a defender to avoid a sack

Kaycee High School quarterback Harley Davis sweeps away from a defender to avoid a sack on Friday afternoon. Davis was able to make a pass after dodging this tackle.

Dylan Fauber tries to push through the defense

Kaycee High School senior Dylan Fauber tries to push through the defense in the first half on Friday afternoon. Fauber lost the ball on this play and fumbled it. Hulett recovered for a turnover.

Ethan Devlin searches for a path through the defense

Kaycee High School senior Ethan Devlin searches for a path through the defense on Friday afternoon. Devlin gained a few yards for Kaycee on the play.

Kaycee High School players spread out along the sideline

Kaycee High School players spread out along the sideline on Friday afternoon. The Kaycee sideline sits directly in front of the bleachers and the announcers box.

Dylan Fauber and Tinley Pierson walk onto the field

Kaycee High School seniors Dylan Fauber and Tinley Pierson walk onto the field as they are announced as the 2020 homecoming king and queen on Friday, afternoon. The homecoming court was announced before the start of the game on Friday.

Dylan Fauber hold the flowers for queen Tinley Pierson

Kaycee High School homecoming king Dylan Fauber hold the flowers for queen Tinley Pierson while she is given her crown and sash on Friday, afternoon. The homecoming court featured five volleyball players and five football players this year.

Rhys Stafford walks out onto the field with his parents Rob and Rhoni Stafford

Kaycee High School senior Rhys Stafford walks out onto the field with his parents Rob and Rhoni Stafford during half time on Friday. Kaycee held their senior night during half time.

Nathan Largent holds onto the ball as a Hulett defender

Kaycee High School ballcarrier Nathan Largent holds onto the ball as a Hulett defender tries to pull it loose on Friday afternoon. 

Harley Davis dives to make a tackle of Hulett sophomore Bryce Ackerman

Kaycee High School junior Harley Davis dives to make a tackle of Hulett sophomore Bryce Ackerman on Friday.

Nathan Largent adds onto the pile

Kaycee High School defender Nathan Largent adds onto the pile to pull down Hulett ball carrier Joseph Kennah on Friday afternoon. The tackle was finalized with an added hit from Kaycee’s Dylan Fauber.

Kaycee High School head coach David Largent kneels on the sidelines

Kaycee High School head coach David Largent kneels on the sidelines during the second half of the game on Friday afternoon. 

Vaun Pierson, left, watches as teammate Sam Ramsbottom recovers the Pierson

Kaycee High School freshman Vaun Pierson, left, watches as teammate Sam Ramsbottom recovers the Pierson fumble on Friday afternoon. Kaycee recovered the ball to prevent another turnover.

Ethan Devlin lays on the ground in pain after limping off the field

Kaycee High School senior Ethan Devlin lays on the ground in pain after limping off the field on Friday, afternoon. Devlin was checked out the paramedics before being taken off the field for hurting his knee.

Mia Mondeau laughs with the players

Kaycee High School football manager Mia Mondeau laughs with the players on the sidelines on Friday afternoon. Mondeau is one of two managers for the team that helps with water during the game.

Sam Ramsbottom is patted on the shoulder

Kaycee High School junior Sam Ramsbottom is patted on the shoulder as he leaves the field for the locker room on Friday afternoon. Kaycee won the game 25-0 over Hulett.

Photojournalist

Jessi Dodge joined the Bulletin as a photojournalist and a Report for America corp member in 2020. If you have ideas or comments, reach out at jessi@buffalobulletin.com.

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