It was a beautiful early fall week for the 2015 Crestwood Homecoming celebration. A week of special activities at the high school led up to the Homecoming parade Saturday September 26. Spectators lined the parade route along South Main Road to watch the Crestwood marching band, cheerleaders, class floats and Homecoming Queen and King candidates as they made their way to the stadium to cheer on their Comets in the big Homecoming game.
The Homecoming King and Queen were crowned after the parade and before the big game. King Noah Kita and Queen Bree Fetterman and their court of Michelle Loveless, Seamus Rother, Lizzy Dessoye, Derek Distasio, Moran Meloviz, Kyle Lisicki, Raegen Distasio and Taner Kahlau arrived from the parade in open cars.
The game against Pittston Area was the most exciting of the season for young Comets whose last minute heroics captured their first win of the 2015 campaign. Tied at 35-35, Crestwood’s defense rose to the occasion when Nate Smith recovered a Pittston Area fumble with only 23 seconds left on the clock. Comet kicker Connor Keenan hit a 31-yard field goal for a thrilling 38-35 win.
Crestwood got off to a strong start, scoring five touchdowns in the first half, to take the lead 35-28. Seamus