The venue was different, but the spirit was the same as Burbank and Burroughs high schools saluted their 2011 homecoming courts during the most anticipated football game of the year Friday evening.
Burbank High School’s homecoming king and queen were Austin Pope and Nisa Marckese. The other homecoming court members were Daniel Starkand, Andrea Reyes, Alex Voskanian, Tina Mirzakhanian, Killian Huntley, Annie Rahman, Danny Murphy, Ranah Elzaiat, Alec Agana and Marvette Hardnett.
Burroughs High School’s homecoming king and queen were Adam Velasco and Tayler Nunez. Other court members included Noelle Ruiz, Sean Farmer, Kayla Reyes, Jon Marino, Alyssa Garcia, Corey McCoy, Natasha Piniero and Dakota Perez.
“I am just excited about seeing everyone and getting pumped up for the game,” Burroughs’ Kayla Reyes said. “It is senior year, so everyone is excited.”
The Burbank-Burroughs homecoming game traditionally takes place on Memorial Field at Burroughs High School, but with the stadium under construction through the spring, the contest was moved to Arcadia High.