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Powder Puff Goes To Seniors; King, Prince Crowned
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The junior class storms the field for the Wednesday night, Oct. 9 Powder Puff game at The Corral.
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Jade Edwards gets ready to snap the ball as the seniors go on offense.
All smiles, Teo Diaz was named Homecoming King at the Wednesday night Powder Puff game, receiving his crown and sash.

It wouldn’t be Homecoming Week if there wasn’t some good competition at The Corral.

On Wednesday night, Oct. 9, the junior and senior class girls suited up for some hard-hitting Powder Puff football action, the flag football style game seeing a large, vocal crowd in attendance. The junior class started out strong, scoring first, but that turned out to be their only time in the end zone on the night. The senior girls then took control, breaking through with several scoring drives to take a 34-6 win and the coveted Powder Puff title for the year.

At halftime, festivities saw the crowning of the Homecoming King, Teo Diaz and Homecoming Prince, Yahir Ayala.