Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Relive the fun of Friday's pep assembly, plus see bonus photos from the Student Olympics.
Batavia High School was on a rollercoaster of fun last week. Don't believe us? Check out these pictures. Most of these were taken on Friday during the Homecoming Pep Assembly. In addition to Batavia Cheer and Dance team routines, there was: Games Skits/Performances of Class Themes Seniors—Harry Potter Juniors—Pirates of the Caribbean Sophomores—Batman Freshmen—Shrek Students also had Class Olympics on Monday night—pictures from that event are included at the end of the gallery on this page. Then the student body and staff put on a great Homecoming Parade on Sept. 12 (we have a second set of photos too). And let's not forget, the Bulldogs trounced Streamwood in a 33-0 shutout (updated with more photos) on Sept 14. Hope everyone had a great …
Sunday, September 16, 2012
Here's another view of the parade, this time from west of Route 31. Enjoy!
Did you enjoy our previous set of photos from Batavia's 2012 Homecoming Parade? Well, you're in for a treat! Here's a second set of photos, mostly taken by Sue Peterson of Batavia High School. The majority of the first set was shot in front of Olmstead's TV and Appliances at 221 W. Wilson St. This set was mostly shot in front of the Batavia Public Schools district office, 335 W. Wilson St. 2012 Batavia High School Homecoming Court Seniors Mickey Watson and Shannon McGee (king and queen) Jake Pollack and Kelly Fessler (prince and princess) Juniors Nick Samperi and Andi Marsiglio Sophomores Matt Johnson and Ali Grimm Freshmen Canaan Coffey and Madison Chimack See more Batavia Public Schools stories.
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
See all the floats, the full homecoming court and the fun in this photo gallery of Wednesday's parade.
Batavia had a short (17 minutes) but sweet Homecoming Parade on Wednesday. Batavia Public Schools students, teachers, coaches and staff members made their way from downtown Batavia over to Batavia High School. Check out the full gallery of pictures on this page. And don't forget to come back later this week for more Homecoming coverage. Thanks for reading Batavia Patch!
Be sure to stake out a good spot for candy and fun as the high-school parades through the downtown. Here are the affected intersections and the suggested detour.
Homecoming Week at Batavia High School continues today with the annual parade through the downtown area. Parade units will begin staging at 5 p.m. on South Shumway Avenue at First Street. This event will require West Wilson Street to be temporarily closed at varying intervals throughout the parade route, Batavia Police said. Student Drop Off: Students should be dropped off at the Batavia Enterprises parking lot at the First Street entrance and walk to their staging area. Transportation: Shuttles will be available for parade participants starting at 4:30 p.m. Shuttles will pick parade participants up at the Batavia High School Wilson Street parking lot. The parade will start at 5:30 p.m. and travel north on Shumway to Wilson Street, then …
Saturday, September 24, 2011
Batavia's football team improves its record to 5-0 with a 43-7 Upstate Eight Conference River Division victory over St. Charles East. The team readies now for next weekend's showdown with Geneva.
Bigger, faster, better. Those three words probably best describe Batavia’s 43-7 homecoming football triumph over Upstate Eight Conference River Division foe St. Charles East Friday night at Bulldog Stadium. After the Saints (0-5, 0-3) narrowed Batavia’s lead to 10-7 on a 12-yard, fourth-and-10 touchdown pass from Charlie Fisher to Joe Hoscheit with 9:09 left in the second quarter, the Bulldogs (5-0, 2-0) answered with a six-play, 68-yard scoring march, capped by quarterback Noel Gaspari’s 11-yard touchdown toss to senior tight end Cole Gardner. Those were the first of 33 unanswered points scored by the Bulldogs, who outscored the Saints 23-0 in the second half. “Tonight, we announced a lot of offensive personnel—about 18 guys because we …