Falcons celebrate with downtown parade
by Glenn Moore
Oct 03, 2013 | 1524 views | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Millennium High homecoming parade
Tracy Learning Center student Leila Santana blows bubbles as she makes her way along the Millennium High homecoming parade in a “Finding Nemo” float on Friday, Sept. 27.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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The Millennium High Falcons celebrated homecoming with a Pixar-themed downtown parade on Friday, Sept. 27, and a victory over the Livermore Valley Prep Hawks on Saturday, Sept. 28, at Don Nicholson Stadium.

The sophomore class won top honors with a float depicting “The Incredibles.” Millennium High cheerleaders and football players marched in the parade. Senior homecoming king and queen Sean Santos and Emily Longtain rode with the rest of the royal court. Tracy Learning Center student Leila Santana blew bubbles as part of a “Finding Nemo” float.

The Falcons won their football game against the Hawks 34-6 on Saturday, Sept. 28. Click here for Tracy Press game coverage.
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