Originally published in the 9/1/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News.
WORDEN — Huntley Project High School is lining up a full week of activities to celebrate Homecoming 2017.
It’s just occurring slightly later in the season than they thought it would.
Huntley Project originally planned Homecoming for the week of Sept. 5, with a football game against Poplar on Friday, Sept. 8.
But faced with low player numbers, Poplar school administrators decided to forfeit the 2017 season, and the Sept. 8 football game at Huntley Project was canceled. (See related story)
The Red Devils will take on Wolf Point for the new Homecoming football game on Friday, Oct. 6.
Superintendent Mark Wandle said Tuesday that traditional Homecoming read more
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