Homecoming Spirit
at Seeley-Swan High


Ladd Gordon and Magan Eustace were voted King and Queen for Homecoming.


Teisha Freseman & John Cammack voted Homecoming Princess and Prince

Prince Candidate Ryan Schnable
and Princess Candidate
Charleen Kesterson

King and Queen candidates Chad Gehrke and Lara Parker.

King and Queeen candidates Brian Johnson and Chelsea Kesinger.

King and Queen candidates Anthony Swearinger & Angela Williams.

September 21, 2000
Seeley Swan Pathfinder
Seeley Lake, Montana

Spirits were still high for a Homecoming Dance Saturday evening, even though the Blackhawks lost their Friday Homecoming game to Superior by one point, and the Ladyhawks couldn't hold off Deer Lodge Saturday evening.

Extra points spelled the difference in the Blackhawks one-point loss to Superior.

Superior marched down field on their first possession to put six points on the board, missing on the extra point attempt.

Ladd Gordon answered Superior in the next seconds with a 60-yard kickoff return and then kicked an extra point to put the Hawks up 7-6.







Ladd Gordon, SSHS Blackhawk leading rusher, is shown here on a big gain around the right side.





Superior went ahead in the second period with a touchdown and converted for two extra points to go up 14-7. In the third period, the Hawks scored six on Ben Krantz's two-yard run, but failed on the extra point kick, leaving the score at 14-13, which is where it ended when both teams failed to score in the final period.

Scott Johnson turned in a strong performance, rushing for 108 yards.

The Ladyhawks managed to lead Deer Lodge by one or two points when the time was up in the first, second and third periods, but were outscored 21-8 in the crucial fourth period, losing by 11, 55-44, in a home-court game prior to the Homecoming Dance.

Jessie Diamond led the Ladyhawks with 10 points followed by Abbie Christianson's 9, Lara Parker 6, Shyanne Feucht 6, Teisha Freseman 4, Beth Copenhaver 4, Ann Leishman 3, Crystal Wood 2.

The Ladyhawks had dropped a Friday night game to Darby 67 to 54. Shyanne Feucht paced the Ladyhawks with 17 points followed by Jesse Diamond 8, Lara Parker 7, Sarah Gehrke 7, Abbie Christianson 7, Blair Barthelmess 4, Crystal Wood 3, and Beth Copenhaver 1.

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