Powder Puff gets started

Seniors sign up for powderpuff
On Sept. 20 at 7 a.m., Mike Kenny’s room was literally filled to the brim with junior girls. They filled the tables, sat on the floor, and flowed out the door and spilled into the hallway.
They crowded the room for the same reason the senior girls crowded it the day before: the Powderpuff football meeting.

Powderpuff is one of the most popular school events, with an expected audience of around 2000 people. Around 200 junior girls and senior women will be participating.

“Everyone loves it and has a good time,” Kenny said.
The game will take place on Oct. 1 at 7 p.m. All the money earned from the game will go towards Knights Of

Excellence and their various student recognition programs.
“It will be fun,” junior Rachel Lute said. “And we will defeat the seniors.”