Colleyville Heritage Homecoming 2021


David Lasch, Reporter, Editor

Last week, Colleyville Heritage High School celebrated Homecoming for the 2021-2022 school year. Unlike last year due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, A dance was held in honor of the returning students this year.

On Wednesday, September 1st, the annual Homecoming parade was held on Heritage Avenue right next to the high school, middle school, and elementary school. Groups such as Colleyville Heritage Football, Volleyball, Tennis, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, and more all participated in making floats. Special guests such as the Mayor of Grapevine, the Grand Marshall, the Mayor of Colleyville, the Mayor of Euless, GCISD Board members, the Colleyville Police Chief, several members of the Colleyville Heritage Staff team, and of course the nominated Homecoming Court also made appearances at the parade.

Friday, September 3rd, the annual Homecoming Football game took place against the Boswell High School Pioneers. The game started out slow, but by the end of the 2nd quarter, the scoreboard was 31-0 Panthers. At the half, Homecoming Court was presented and this years Homecoming King and Queen were announced. After the half, the Panthers went back to work. The Colleyville Heritage Pep-boys, as well as the Panteras, the Cheerleaders, Band, and more also helped make the game more enjoyable for the whole crowd. By the end of the game the scoreboard read 52-0 Colleyville Heritage. A complete shutout, which was a great way to end the night.

On Saturday, September 4th, at 7:00 pm, the gates opened at Colleyville Heritage High School for the Homecoming Dance hosted by the CHHS Pals. The dance this year was held in Gym 1, where a DJ played many popular songs, and took requests by students from time to time. Students seemed to have a very fun night of dancing and celebrating, and a very good Homecoming Week in general at Colleyville Heritage High School.