Powder-Puff football at LVRHS

Seniors beat sophs, frosh beat juniors

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  • The freshmen (camouflage) and junior football players in action. Photos by George Leroy Hunter

  • Freshman ball carrier about to score a touchdown.

  • The juniors and coaches pose for a portrait.

  • A freshman ball carrier and junior defenders in action.

  • A senior defender holds up the flag of a sophomore ball carrier during a play.

  • Senior running back Hailey Gianoulis carries the ball as sophomore defenders approach.

  • A sophomore ball carrier trying to avoid senior defenders.

  • The sophomores (blue) and the seniors battle on the turf.

— Lenape Valley Regional High School (Stanhope, N.J.) hosted it's annual Powder-Puff football games on Monday, November 20, 2017. Powder-Puff football games are flag football or touch football games between senior girls and underclass girls. Funds from the ticket and concession sales for the game typically go to charity, the senior class, or to a dance.

A good sized crowd of football fans showed up to cheer the players on. The Lenape Valley Regional High School Marching Band provided some rousing tunes during the games. The Lenape Valley football booster club supplied grilled food.

The seniors defeated the sophomores 13-0. The freshmen defeated the juniors 19-0.

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