This article was originally published on Oct 24, 2014 By Donielle Gerrell
The Lions did it again! With the crowd cheering and score board rising, the team had a great night. On top of all of the excitement of the last home football game, the night was also Homecoming night.
The CCHS Dance classes performed numerous routines during the half time show, along with the crowning of this year’s 2014 Homecoming Queen, Cindy Yanez. Stephanie Nuno, 2013 Homecoming Queen, crowned the new queen.
Along with the excitement of Homecoming, the night began with Senior Night for cheerleaders and football players. Each senior athlete was escorted by a loved one while their future goals were projected over the PA. We couldn’t be more proud of our Lions.
Orlando Wallace sat out during this game due to ldislocating his elbow at last week’s game in Palm Desert. In Wallace’s absence, Darien Broom stepped up and earned several touchdowns for the team. The Lions worked together to get a final score of 31-7. Great job Lions!
Will the Lions overcome and defeat the Palm Springs Indians? I hope to see you at the last game of the season on November 7th in Palm Springs.