Homecoming assembly celebrates hard work with great fun


Cassidy Viox

The Emerald Regiment and color guard kick off the homecoming assembly. The group performed a dynamic number featuring score from the Avengers and music from Led Zepplinimg_8561

Wiliam Hisle holds up his letterman jacket as he is inducted in to the Bruin hall of fame. Hisle graduated from RBHS in 1976 and is now the Police Chief of Clearwater, Kansas.img_8765

The RBHS cheer team shows off their skills during the assembly. These girls wowed the audience with their various flips and twirls. img_8864

The Bruin girls and honorary bruin boys dance for their peers during the assembly. The dance was full of laughs from the crowd. img_8900

Class representatives battle it out for the title of tricycle race champion. Senior representative Alec Montie came out victorious from the hotly contested race. img_9029

The crowd of students looks intently at the assembly. Some applaud the entertainment, while others remained fix on the spectacle. img_9116

The homecoming court gives a standing ovation. These girls are all seniors in the running to be crowned homecoming queen at the Friday night game. img_9123

Black Diamond returns to RBHS to blow away the audience. The gymnasium filled with delight as he reprises last years iconic rendition of “Sweet Caroline.”img_9137