Landrum High School’s homecoming week started Wednesday

Published 11:00 pm Friday, October 7, 2022

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Downtown shut down for parade, game played Friday


LANDRUM––Starting early this week, Landrum High School began celebrating homecoming. On Wednesday, LHS had a homecoming parade down East Rutherford St. in Landrum from 4-5 that evening.

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Landrum Police Department’s Chief Coffin and Officer Davis led the parade through town, along with all the homecoming queens and class floats. Landrum Fire Department and Landrum Rescue 11 worked with LPD to block roadways for the parade and remained present for safety concerns, according to Sergeant Jamey Shehan.


LPD recognizes Mayor Bob Briggs’ and City Administrator Rich Caplan’s great relationships with local schools.


On Friday night at home, Landrum football played Ninety-Six football at the homecoming game. Kick-off was at 7:30. During half-time, the homecoming court and winners were presented. After the game, the homecoming dance took place in the school cafeteria.