Every one of the stops was pulled to commend a notable second for a secondary school sports group.
The Diamond Hill Jarvis High School young men soccer group is made a beeline for the UIL 4A state championship.
It's a first in school history.
The young men were shipped off with substantially more than a congratulatory gesture.
The band was adjusted, banners were hung, and fervor levels were through the rooftop.
The Diamond Hill Jarvis HS soccer group is currently the school's first historically speaking crew to make it to a state UIL title game in any game.
"This is amazing. It's extraordinary for the local area, incredible for the school, it's extraordinary for everyone, Fort Worth ISD," Diamond Hill Jarvis HS Principal James Garcia said.
There was additionally a police escort for the large farewell Friday morning.
The soccer players, every one of whom confronted difficulties from the pandemic with virtual school and far-off exercises, said they've longed for this second since they were small children. They are presently going to Georgetown, close to Austin for the state title.
We are very glad for these folks. They've been working their butts off for quite a long time to come and it's, at last, paying off," the group's mentor, Kyle Reopelle, said.
Furthermore, the fervor continued structure. Before they hit the street, the group hit one of the city's best cafés.
The Capital Grille in midtown Fort Worth welcomed the group for lunch before the two-hour drive.