The Homecoming service project is officially kicked off by the service project every year but it is usually followed by dodge ball as the first competition for points. This year, dodge ball was replaced with bubble soccer. Participants slipped into a bubble that went over the head and down to the waist and fought to get the soccer ball into the opposing net.

This hilarious spectacle showed student’s hidden talents as players shocked the spectators with skilled moves. After many rounds of five minute battles, tennis finished undefeated beating basketball in the championship.

Up next for homecoming 2016 is the lip sync battle Monday from 11-1 in the Java Jinx.

Hanna House is a senior majoring in communication. You may email her at hanna.house@sckans.edu.