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Photo gallery: Carnival, bonfire get Gateway homecoming party started

| Friday, Oct. 13, 2017, 2:18 p.m.
Senior Chloe Walls received her crown and sash from Kristen Greggerson, last year's homecoming queen at Gateway High School. The ceremony took place during halftime of the homecoming football game against Kiski Area High School on Friday, Oct. 13.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Senior Chloe Walls received her crown and sash from Kristen Greggerson, last year's homecoming queen at Gateway High School. The ceremony took place during halftime of the homecoming football game against Kiski Area High School on Friday, Oct. 13.
The band, color guard and cheerleaders do their part to keep the Gator fans fired up at the traditional student carnival and bonfire that kicked off, kicking off homecoming weekend at Gateway High School on Thursday, Oct. 12.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
The band, color guard and cheerleaders do their part to keep the Gator fans fired up at the traditional student carnival and bonfire that kicked off, kicking off homecoming weekend at Gateway High School on Thursday, Oct. 12.
Senior Nick Snyder gets soaked to raise money for the school soccer club during a carnival that kicked off homecoming weekend at Gateway High School on Thursday, Oct. 12.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Senior Nick Snyder gets soaked to raise money for the school soccer club during a carnival that kicked off homecoming weekend at Gateway High School on Thursday, Oct. 12.
Students D.J. Swagger, Genesis Rivera and Amaya Robinson dance to the music at the carnival and bonfire that kicked off Gateway High School's homecoming activities on Thursday, Aug. 12.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Students D.J. Swagger, Genesis Rivera and Amaya Robinson dance to the music at the carnival and bonfire that kicked off Gateway High School's homecoming activities on Thursday, Aug. 12.
Mike Castelli and his daughter, Nicole, with Assistant Principal John Fournier at a bonfire that kicked off homecoming activities in the Gateway School District on Thursday, Oct. 12.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Mike Castelli and his daughter, Nicole, with Assistant Principal John Fournier at a bonfire that kicked off homecoming activities in the Gateway School District on Thursday, Oct. 12.
A traditional student carnival and bonfire kicked off homecoming weekend at Gateway High School Thursday, Oct. 12.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
A traditional student carnival and bonfire kicked off homecoming weekend at Gateway High School Thursday, Oct. 12.

A traditional carnival and bonfire kicked off homecoming activities at Gateway High School on Thursday. The Gators play Kiski Area High School in the homecoming football game on Friday.

Lillian Dedomenic is a freelance photographer.

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