Red Raider homecoming

  • Tiana Manera, Brandon Marcos

  • Makenna Domingo, Tiffany Sagucio, Tiana Manera, Emily Morden, Taryn Taguma

  • Alana Cayabyab, Kaleonahe Bukoski, Natalie Claytor, Leslie Acoba

  • Blanca Marcos, Brandon Marcos

  • Michael Manera, Tiana Manera

  • David Bukoski, Kaleonahe Bukoski

  • Tony Cayabyab, Alana Cayabyab

  • Edgar Sagucio, Tiffany Sagucio

  • Blake Probasco, Taryn Taguma, Tyler Oshima

  • Travis Duran, Brandon Marcos, Tiana Manera, Matthew Passi

“Music Through the Ages” filled the air over the several days when Kauai High School celebrated its 2018 homecoming festivities, including the first-ever parade coordinated by Bryden Ka‘auwai around Kukui Grove Center.

Tiana Manera reigned over the celebrations as the school’s Homecoming Queen, accompanied by Brandon Marcos, the Homecoming King.

The Raider honor court included Miss Raider Emily Morden, Miss Victory Tiffany Sagucio, Miss Football Taryn Taguma, and Miss Spirit Makenna Domingo.

Class representatives included Leslie Acoba bearing the Class of 2019 banner, Natalie Claytor heralding the junior class, Alana Cayabyab announcing the Class of 2021, and Kaleonahe Bukoski bearing the 2022 crown and sash.

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