COVID-19 Cancels Homecoming Game for Canyon Lake High School Hawks
Canyon Lake High School Hawks’ Friday night homecoming game against the Taylor ISD Ducks is canceled due to COVID-19, Cory Martelli with Canyon Lake Broadcasting said today.
The game was canceled due to a positive case of COVID-19 within the Ducks’ football program.
Taylor now forfeits the game, leaving the Hawks 1-1 in district play.
However, the homecoming parade and ‘Meet the Hawks’ is still scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13 at Canyon Lake High School, 8555 FM 32, Fischer.
Martelli will broadcast the event live on Youtube. Click here to watch homecoming festivities.
Anyone can attend. Masks are mandatory per Comal ISD COVID-19 protocols. Free tickets are available at Comal ISD’s Brushfire site, www.comalisd-brushfire.com. Students participating in the parade do not need a ticket.
Ceremonies kick off with a performance by the high school band and Emmys, followed by the homecoming parade. The homecoming court will be introduced, and Little League Football Hawks and all fall athletes from middle school and high school will be recognized.
This year’s homecoming court includes:
- Freshmen Lord and Lady Duncan Kelley and Dixie Downs
- Sophomore Count and Countess Hunter Anderson and Madison Hartman
- Junior Duke and Duchess Blayne Carnes and Cassie Wheat
- Senior Princes and Candidates for Homecoming King Cody Mims, Shawn Pendleton and Clay Shew
- Senior Princesses and Candidates for Homecoming Queen Sabrina Chavez, Kat Royer and Alexis Ozuna
In an email to parents, CLHS Principal Kristy Castilleja said all tickets for Friday night’s game will be refunded.
“I know that it is a disappointment that we will not be celebrating homecoming as we intended,” she said. “However we will make the best of this situation and do everything we can to make Homecoming 2020 special for our students and staff.”
A second week of homecoming activities is scheduled for the week of Oct. 26. Green and Gold Day with mums and senior overalls will be moved to Oct. 30.
At the Hawks’ final game against Lampasas High School on Oct. 30, senior band members and senior court members will be recognized. The homecoming king and queen will be announced, she said.