The Quincy High School football players rode through town Oct. 14. But they will be on their feet against Weed. Photo by Debra Moore

QHS celebrates Homecoming with parade down Main Street

Quincy High School is capping off a week of Homecoming festivities tonight with football games against Weed and the crowning of Royalty. Today, Oct. 14, they took their celebration to Quincy’s Main Street with a parade that featured floats, cheerleaders, sports teams and more. Below are some of the entries:

QHS students representing various sports teams and groups make their way down Main Street. Photo by Debra Moore
These Quincy High freshmen are in the parade spirit as they parade in front of the Plumas County courthouse. Photo by Debra Moore
The cheerleaders are represented on this float as they make their way down Main Street in Quincy. Photo by Debra Moore
The Quincy High School football players rode through town Oct. 14. But they will be on their feet against Weed. Photo by Debra Moore
High school students aren’t too old to enjoy cartoons. The sophomore class adopted Scooby Doo as the theme for this float. Photo by Debra Moore
The parade wasn’t just about football. Girls Golf Coach Matt Warren drove the players, including his daughter Abby Warren and Zenia Moghaddas, along the parade route. Photo by Debra Moore