Milton Vanquished by Crestview Bulldogs Homecoming Game.

October 12, 2016 | Sevin Hagan

The parking lot was filled with fans along side the stadiums for both Milton and Crestview. The smell of fate and boiled peanuts filled the air. While time drew closer for the game to begin, excitement hovered over all of Crestview, for this was THE game that had been longed for all year! Short amounts of socialization blossomed throughout the stands, while concessions were becoming the targeted area at the time. It was finally time for the kick off to begin.

The Dog Pound pack were full of excitement and ambition as the cheering began. Within only a few moments of the game, colors of red, white, and black flourished all over the stadiums as students began to scream with exhilaration as Crestview scored their first touchdown! Then came the flags! Three big red flags, each having a single letter spelling out CHS, began to be sprinted across the home side of the stadium.

Halftime kicked in with majestic marching as it was time for The Big Red Machine. Crestviews’ band is undeniably astounding! Everyone moved in perfect sync and harmony, Color Guard was all together on beat.

The battle of the bands started as Milton, which is one of the biggest bands that has visited the CHS stadium, was playing many songs back and forth with The Big Red Machine, as Dog Pound cheered and danced along side the tunes. The CHS cheerleaders encouraged the team, while Dog Pound assisted filling the crowds and team with pep and joy of being there.

In the end the Crestview Bulldogs won! With a final score of 34-21, the band played the CHS victory song. As people fled the stadiums full of excitement for the win, all of Crestview acclaimed the team with cheers and shouts of triumph!

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