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State Football Champs To Get Parade

The Canyon High School Cowboy football team, coaches and pep squad will be honored with a special parade this Thursday, December 21, 2006, beginning at 3 p.m. at Canyon High School, located at 19300 Nadal Street.  The parade will travel down Whites Canyon Road, ending at Sierra Vista Junior High School, at 19425 Stillmore Street, for a brief pep rally.

The parade and pep rally are being sponsored and organized by the City of Santa Clarita.  It will include the Canyon High Football team and coaches, the Canyon High School pep squad, senior staff from Canyon High, as well as the City of Santa Clarita Mayor and City Council.

Santa Clarita fans are thrilled with Canyon High School’s win over USA Today’s top ranked De La Salle, who lost to the unstoppable Canyon High Cowboys 27-13 at the Home Depot Center Saturday night in Carson.

Participants in the parade will also include the KHTS-AM 1220 hometown, fire truck, the Sierra Vista Junior High School band, McDonald’s, Burrtec Waste Disposal, and participants from the local Auto Dealers Association.

“We are so very proud of Canyon High School and this amazing achievement.  Earning the CIF State Championship brings honor not only to Canyon High School, but also our entire community,” commented Mayor Marsha McLean.

Following the parade down Whites Canyon, a brief pep rally with comments from local dignitaries and refreshments will be provided.  Everyone is welcome to attend the parade and the pep rally.  For more information, contact Gail Ortiz at 661-255-4314.


State Football Champs To Get Parade

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