A look at the smoke over Carson High football field. Both Carson and Douglas had to postpone their homecoming football games due to air quality.
Photo by Carter Eckl.
Carson High and Douglas High have both called off their homecoming football games due to air quality in the area from fire smoke.
The Senators’ made the decision around 5 p.m. Friday and are hoping to play a make-up game against Reed Monday evening at 5 p.m., per athletic director Blair Roman.
The Tigers, on the other hand, are also hoping to play Monday with a tentative time set at 5 p.m. for their contest with Galena.
Both athletics directors added that dates and times of make-up games are tentative due to several factors, including smoke, finding officials and other variables.
Homecoming court ceremonies
Both high schools are still hosting their homecoming court crowning ceremonies.
Douglas High will have its crowning of homecoming king and queen Friday evening at 5:30 p.m. in the Tiger gym.
Carson High will crown its homecoming court Saturday, during the dance itself.
Stay tuned to www.nevadaappeal.com and www.recordcourier.com for updates on potential make-up game kickoff times.
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