Homecoming activities held

Jenna Muller, Staff Writer

The Neshaminy varsity football team played the Central Bucks South varsity football team Oct. 7 and won 42-14. The significance of this night was that it was, for Neshaminy students, a red-out and the homecoming football game. At the game were students at booths selling glow sticks, hot chocolate, t-shirts, and many other things. The marching band performed at halftime and captivated the crowd.

Neshaminy also held its first homecoming dance Oct. 8, having previously done away with it, due to lack of attendance. At the dance, there was plenty of booming music for everyone to enjoy and a video booth. Savannah Bratton, a freshman, said that this was the “best night at Neshaminy so far.”

There were mixed opinions about the dance and not all were totally satisfied. Kiersten Brooks, also a freshman, said, “I think the dance was put together cheaply and didn’t have enough food. Also, what [some of] the dancing kids were doing was inappropriate.” Another student, Steven Muller, said, “Overall, it was a very fun night.”

Overall, homecoming as a whole was said to be very fun and enjoyable. Ryan Reed and Payal Patel were crowned homecoming king and queen.