Homecoming Game Brings Tradition Home

On Friday, October 4, 2019 was our annual homecoming game. The game everyone is looking forward to where everyone shows school pride, have fun, be with friends, and make new memories. Congratulations to Katelyn Frier and Matthew Kucera for winning homecoming queen and king of 2019.

 The guest of honor on Saturday’s game was the first Brazoswood homecoming queen who was invited to attend this year to help with the crowning of the new homecoming queen on the 50th year celebration of Brazoswood High School. 

“I thought it was really cool seeing her! I still can’t believe that the school has been open for 50 years,” senior Julisa Echartea said. 

Homecoming is all about honoring old traditions as well as making memories. 

“I enjoy watching the homecoming king and queen ride the golf cart around the field,” junior Abigail Mendoza said.

Halftime sparked excitement as the student section showed their Buc Pride by throwing powder and shooting off confetti cannons into the crowd. However, even if it was to show pride the activity was quickly thwarted by administration in order to still stay in the UIL guidelines and to keep students safe from inhalation of the dust particles. 

 “We love the student section at games and events. These students provide enthusiasm, school spirit and support for the athletes on the fields and courts,” Principal Rita Pintavalle said in a released statement. “However, there are items that are not allowed at events that UIL rules and/or stadiums in our district do not allow at outdoor events (football, soccer, tennis, baseball, softball, etc:)”

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