Photos by Dreamale Auman and Sydnie Bernal
By: AJ French
On October 11, Pueblo County High School held its annual Powderpuff Game between the seniors and juniors. The final score was 6-0 with the seniors taking the win. The PCHS field was filled with excitement and energy as everyone was getting ready for homecoming on October 15. The guys and girls switched roles, with the girls playing football and the guys acting as cheerleaders.
Seven Hasenack, freshman said, “I thought Powderpuff was fun because you could hang out with friends and watch football. It also gave us time out of class to make very memorable experiences.” The powderpuff game got everyone time to laugh and have fun with their friends while getting ready for HOCO.
Cheyanne Ainsworth, freshman said, “It was so much fun to watch the boys bring on school spirit, and I can’t believe the boys actually did that!” Both seniors and juniors did a great job at entertaining the crowd, presenting their hard work practice into a comedic and well-constructed game.
James Olds, freshman said, “This game was super fun to watch and a cool way to see the school come together.”
The game undeniably railled PCHS students and helped them embrace school spirit.