The gloomy weather did not stop the competition and fun at the 2023 Huntington Middle School Fox Games on Friday, March 10.
With rain in the forecast, event chairs Carmen Vishwanath and Nina Darling, with the help of HMS teachers, staff and parent volunteers, quickly changed the outdoor format of the games to include multiple indoor stations around campus. The large gym and wrestling room housed giant inflatables, the library was home to the brain challenges, the cafeteria held races, the dance room fittingly welcomed students to a “Just Dance” video game competition, and the covered lunch area had a slew of carnival games, as well as refreshments for students.
There was no better way to stay out of the rain and celebrate the end of the quarter than an afternoon with friends at the HMS Fox Games.
Photos by Larissa Althouse
Alex Mellis, Kainen Desai and Ethan Chow, Carmen Vishwanath and Nina Darling, Aubrey Xu and Penny Weaver, Jack Kang and Max Min, Akira Louk, Joshua Lin, Mason Hung and Kenneth Chen, Caleb Bernal, Sebastian Lafko, Kiel Crump and Logan Wong, Lindsey Suh, Rossie Liang, Camilla Chen and Kaitlyn Huyn, Avery Segimoto, Kaitlyn Ho, Charlotte Wang and Lucy Wildeman, Austin Trauber, Maya Winarko, Aviva Simon and Lila Wang, Jack Crow, Ashton Liu, Caden Jin and Matthew Woo, Sydney Roddick, Samantha Rodriguez, Izzie Freiburg and Kiyomi Onishi, Eily Sullivan, Emily Bulgin, Emily Pagano and Caitlin Thomas, Ava Kohn, Chloe Cristal, Adanna Azinge and Sally Stranger, Theodore Zee, Alex Walker, Evan Lew and Dmitry Shishkin, Ava Newton, Monica Wong and Layla Shen, Katelyn Chan, Tamari Philosof and Erin Sagkan, Marloe Vaughan Lower, Bridget Spain, Ava Freiburg and Keilani Kooper, Emmett Darling, Jake Roblero, Riyan Vishwanath and Riley Chou, Jacob Oh, Schaefer Motschenbacher, Zachary Cheng and Rami Daoud, Amelia Lin, Linda Xu, Devina Pathak and Cynthia Kackstetter, Emily Cheung and Celeste Berlejung, Madeline Bilvado, Sarah Esbenshade, Lucy Wendling and Jacqueline Gill, Ethan Hsu, Apollo Prassas, Hudson Tang and Craig O’Mara