Jim Sánchez/ Conexión San Ángelo
Loagan Memmer, Lake View High School, senior, Conexión photographer/ intern

SAN ANGELO – Central High School’s festivities got underway yesterday at 6 p.m. with the 2017 Homecoming Parade which started near the tennis courts, then by the river, eventually wind up in the Tucker Carlisle parking lot. This year’s theme for homecoming---"This is Where the Magic Happens.”

At CHS' homecoming pep rally, the Fort Concho superheroes cheerleaders made their appearance to support the Bobcats.

CHS continued homecoming with a pep rally at 7:45 a.m. Friday, in the Babe Didrikson Gym as the highlight was the announcement of the five nominees for Homecoming King: Matthew Childress, James Hendon III, Austin Reese, Henry Teeter and Wyatt Waters.

Henry Teeter, wide receiver for the Central High Bobcats was one of five nominees for the 2017 Homecoming King. Teeter, won the crown.

The 2017 king was Henry Teeter. Teeter, a senior receiver for the Bobcats, briefly asked the CHS crowd to come out and support the ‘Cats, the cheerleaders, Tex-Anns and the CHS Band in tonight’s non-district game vs the Kerville Tivy Antlers.

At half-time the festivities will conclude with the crowing of Homecoming Queen as five nominees are in the running: Michelle Barnett, Brailey Cardenas, Sierra Delgado, Georgia Ganster and Diamond Gullett. 

Meanwhile the Central High Bobcats football team has business to take care and an unblemished record (2-0) to keep. The ‘Cats also face a team that is unbeaten in the Antlers; Coach Brent Davis says Kerville is fast on defense and will balanced on offense.

The weather for tonight’s homecoming game is expected to be partly cloudy with temperatures in the upper 60s and winds south 5 to 10 mph.

Kick-off from San Angelo Stadium is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. 

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