School spirit was on display Friday afternoon as students from DeKalb County High School celebrated the last day of Homecoming Week with a parade from the school to downtown.
The Tiger football team's homecoming opponent Friday night is the Cannon County Lions and each float in the parade had a Tiger versus Lions theme.
The parade featured the Homecoming Queen and her court, the DCHS Fighting Tiger Band, county and city law enforcement officers and fire fighters, among others.
The Junior Class took first place with their float called "Tigers Roast Lions"
The Senior Class won second place with their float called "DeKalb Tigers are Slammin' Lions to the Wall".
Third place went to the FCCLA Club for their float entry called "Tigers are the Real Thing"
The Freshmen Class took fourth place with their float called "Tigers Walk the Lion"
The Sophomore Class received fifth place with their float called "Now Showing: A Tiger Victory"
Winners of the best decorated vehicles in the parade were: First place- Olivia Miller, Second place- Crystal Stibil, and Third place- Holly Owen
Winners of the best decorated business or window category were: First place- The Board of Education; Second place- DeKalb Community Bank and the law office of Sue Puckett Jernigan. Region's Bank received Honorable Mention.