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Prescott wraps up homecoming week with Cardinal pride

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Prescott's Ethan Luksich sent Carl Calabrese down in the dunk tank prior to the Cardinals' football game on Friday, Oct. 5. Katie Davidson / RiverTown Multimedia2 / 7
Carl Calabrese falls into the dunk tank at the Cardinal football team's homecoming celebration on Friday, Oct. 5. Katie Davidson / RiverTown Multimedia3 / 7
Members of the Prescott JV dance team and drama club held a face painting booth at the Cardinals' homecoming celebration on Friday, Oct. 5. Pictured are Kinsey Peterson (left) and Kylie Nespbor. Katie Davidson / RiverTown Multimedia4 / 7
Family members of the Prescott Cardinals football team served food to fans prior to the Cardinals' Friday, Oct. 5, homecoming game against St. Croix Central. Katie Davidson / RiverTown Multimedia5 / 7
The Prescott dance team's seniors were recognized at halftime of the Cardinals' football game on Friday, Oct. 5. Mckenzie Cogan (second-to-left) was voted Prescott's 2018 homecoming queen. Katie Davidson / RiverTown Multimedia6 / 7
Members of the Prescott Cardinals football team celebrated their homecoming week prior to playing St. Croix Central on Friday, Oct. 5. Carson Stenroos (No. 7) was named Prescott's 2018 homecoming king on Monday, Oct. 1. Katie Davidson / RiverTown Multimedia7 / 7

The Prescott Cardinals football team may have suffered a 42-8 homecoming loss to the St. Croix Central Panthers on Friday, Oct. 5, but the Cardinals' homecoming spirits were still alive and well throughout the day.

Prior to the game, the Cardinals held a dunk tank, a face-painting booth and signed autographs for fans who joined them in celebrating the conclusion of Prescott's homecoming week.

Prescott's homecoming king and queen, Carson Stenroos and Mckenzie Cogan, were announced at halftime of the Cardinals' game, and fans were also entertained with performances from the dance team and pep band.

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