Seniors tackle juniors in
by Misty Volaski
It was everything the seniors hoped for: a big win and lots
of money for their big night.
With senior Alicia Cattoni leading the way with two touchdowns,
the class of 2002 dominated the junior class, 16-2.
The juniors were led by varsity soccer player Ally Taylor. "They
kept giving the ball to her," said senior Nadia Osborn,
who also played in last year's game as a junior.
The juniors' two points came from a saftey.
The name of the game is rather deceiving- this girl-power upper-classwoman
battle, which is a tradition at Nordhoff, proved much more "hard
core," with decorated cars, marker-decorated arms and legs
and determination that could intimidate even the biggest linebacker.
This was also the first year that the Powder Puff Flag Football
game was held in the evening, and the first time admission was
The funds raised from the event went to the senior class to put
toward their Safe and Sober Grad Night. A total of $300 was raised.
"It was really competitive and aggressive, but after the
game we were all friends again," said Osborn of the experience.
"It was just good clean fun."
© 2002 The Ojai Valley News
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