Photos & story by Megan Brown
USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Office
Patch High School kicked off its homecoming celebration with spirit week Oct. 13-17.
The festivities kicked off with Decade Day on Tuesday as students flaunted their knowledge of fashion throughout the years. On Wednesday, students went all out wearing leather, lipsticks, tiaras, and tutus for Bad to Bone and Pretty in Pink Day. They saw double on Thursday, as many students dressed as twins.
On Friday, much of the student body was clad in black and gold for Spirit Day Oct. 17. The school day concluded with a pep rally replete with hilarious powder puff cheerleading performances followed by a powder puff football game with the cheerleading squads, and a bonfire in the evening.
On Oct. 18, the sports teams gave it their all. Unfortunately, the football team lost to undefeated Wiesbaden 48-6. Most of the other teams fared well. The volleyball team beat Ramstein and the Black Forest Academy. In tennis, the boys team defeated Wiesbaden 9-0 while the girls team fell 2-7. The boys and girls cross-country teams remained defeated as they bested Kasierslautern, Black Forest Academy, Bitburg, Ansbach and Baumholder.