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Seniors shut down juniors in the flag football powder puff game

Alanna Bucher
Despite losing, the juniors celebrate and enjoy their time with the team.

Powder Puff flag football game is during the homecoming week when the junior girls try to take down the senior girls in a flag football game. This year the seniors won with a score of 16-8, despite the junior girls not backing down. The juniors did score in the middle of the game with a touchdown and went for an unsuccessful two-point conversion, but the seniors came back and scored again, icing the game for the soon-to-be Metea graduates. 

“The game was very unfair by the fact that the seniors had way more people than we did,” junior Kelly Clish said.

Clish says if they had the same amount of people that they could rotate in and out they would win because it got really tiring playing all game. 

“We won far by having good defense, offense, and working together as a team,” senior Jordyn Rotolo said.

Rotolo thinks the game was far and that even though they had more people their coaches taught them well and they played to win which is what happened. 

After a hard-fought game, the seniors proved to be the better upperclassmen on the football field. It was a good game and everyone had fun and the excitement was high leading up to the homecoming dance.

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Jake Sonetz is returning for his second year in journalism and is a senior. He spends his time hanging out with family, watching football, playing cards, and working out. Jake is also graduating early this year to pursue his career in the trades. 
This is Alanna’s first year on staff and her first year writing. She is 15 and a sophomore. She has been on the Metea Valley Varsity Coed Cheerleading team for two years. In her free time, she likes to read, hang out with friends, and spend time with family. She also loves to travel and see new things.

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