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Coyotes Dominate Anclote in Homecoming Game

Final Score: 70-6
Addison Green
Winners. After a long game, the Coyotes came out victorious. They won this game on home turf at the Coyotes football stadium. They ended the game with a score of seventy to six. Winning by a whole sixty-four points.

On September 22nd, 2023, the Cypress Creek High School varsity football team played against the Anclote Sharks in our incredible stadium for the school’s homecoming game. The Coyotes lead the way with a score of 28-0 in the first quarter and the students’ cheers could be heard for miles. As the second quarter came around, the cheerleaders kept the energy up during the game with their amazing cheers and stunts. There was even a little cheerleader in the making! He was seen doing cartwheels while the cheerleaders were doing their stunts. Halftime began and it was now time to announce our 2023 Homecoming court winners. All court nominees walked across the field with their running partners as the crowd loudly cheered. Anticipation arose from all sides of the stadium as they started to announce the court winners. The winners for class of ‘25 Prince and Princess are Sophia Garrido and Peyton Sellick, and for class of ‘24 King and Queen winners are Melanie Rodriguez and Jared Facio-Cortez. As the third quarter began, the Coyotes still have the lead with a score of 49-6, and by that time the Pulled Pork and Brisket sandwiches were sold out with the Coyotes still hungry for a win! The Band and Color guard an amazing show as always during third quarter as well continuing the hype for this exciting game. By 4th quarter, the Coyotes made sure the Sharks didn’t get any more points from the pity touchdown they allowed the Sharks in quarter 2 and racked up points. The Coyotes won the game 70-6 which was an amazing start to our school’s “Homecoming”. The Celebration of the win carried on to Saturday night, where Homecoming occurred.

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Cristina Carulli
Cristina Carulli, Writer/Photographer
Cristina Carulli is a junior at Cypress Creek High School who is in her second year in the CCHS journalism program coming back from her freshmen year. She joined to learn more about taking pictures and writing impactful stories. She hopes to have a career in business (preferably marketing) when she is older.
Alaysha Bond
Alaysha Bond, Editor
Alaysha Bond is a junior at Cypress Creek High School. Alaysha joined photojournalism to learn more about photography. Now, she specializes in sports and the Conservatory of the Arts and has an Instagram that showcases her photos for the school's publications and leisure. Her Instagram is @shots_by.alaysha
Addison Green
Addison Green, Yearbook

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