Homecoming is back at Neshaminy


Lindsay Binder

Last month, Neshaminy High School held its first football homecoming game open to all spectators since 2019. 

Along with the game, students and families had the opportunity to buy food and play games at booths run by all clubs and sports teams. The booths allowed clubs and teams to successfully raise funds for the year. 

Heart Break Ridge was lit up by red t-shirts worn by the community and those in the traditional Neshaminy gear. 

Overall, Neshaminy lost their game 28-27 to Central Bucks South, but it was still an enjoyable event for the community.