Powder puff game ends in tie

Brianna Owen, Journalist

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The annual powder puff game between the senior girls and the junior girls Oct. 12 ended in a tied score. The guys in their short skirts got the crowd going with their team spirit, as they flipped and stumbled their way around the track, cheering on the “girls of fall.” Shortly after the game started, Senior D’nasia Dunn scored the first and only senior touchdown, which resulted in a roar of excitement from the crowd. Then at the halftime performance, cheerleader favorites Stephon O’Guinn and Kobe Green persuaded members of the crowd to get on their feet as they free style danced in the middle of the field. Junior Katie Collier scored the next touchdown, resulting in the first and only touchdown for the juniors. From there, it was on to the parade, which was scheduled for later that same day.

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