Parade kicks off Cathedral Homecoming festivities

Photo by Clay Schuldt New Ulm Cathedral High School's marching band performs in Friday's Homecoming parade at the Glockenspiel on Minnesota Street heading into the downtown.
Photo by Clay Schuldt Homecoming Queen Lily Brennan and King Miles Boesch highlighted Friday afternoon's Homecoming parade through downtown New Ulm.
Photo by Clay Schuldt Also appearing in the parade and on the sideline of Friday night's Homecoming football game was the Greyhound mascot.

NEW ULM — Friday night was Homecoming night for Cathedral High School, and to kick off the celebration, an afternoon parade with a burgundy-and-white color scheme proceeded through downtown New Ulm.

The Greyhound marching band led students from the high school, passed St. Anthony’s to North State Street, down 5th Street North and turning onto Minnesota Street.

The city was able to cheer on members of the football team and wave to Homecoming King Miles Boesch and Queen Lily Brennan.

Later in the evening, The Greyhounds hosted its Homecoming football game against Martin County West.


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