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Photo by Tristan Seyedain

Photo by Tristan Seyedain

Photo by Tristan Seyedain

By: Lucas Overbey, Reporter

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On Thursday April 12, 2018, four teams of girls played in a bracket to win the Powderpuff tournament. While playing, the girls were cheered on by the guys who played the role of cheerleaders.

The four teams included the Showgirls, the Dawgs, the Victorious Secret, and the Cowgirls. The Showgirls were coached by seniors Shawn Grewal, Erick Hallett, and Trenton Kennedy. The Dawgs were coached by seniors Brandon Robb, Jace Bobo, and Kyle Bell. The Victorious Secret were coached by seniors David Cole, Puneet Jain, and James Luecke. Finally, the Cowgirls were coached by seniors Cam Arnold, Jacob Satterfield, and Justin Uriarte.

Seniors Jacob Satterfield, Cameron Arnold and Justin Uriarte organize their game plan. Photo by Tristan Seyedain.

The games started at 6:30 P.M. on the Cy-Fair turf field. Two games were played at the same time as each other in order to speed up the process. On the left side of the field, the Showgirls played Victorious Secret and the Showgirls came out on top with a score of 13-7 moving them on to the winners bracket. On the right side of the field, the Dawgs played the Cowgirls and the Dawgs swept the Cowgirls with a score of 27-6 moving them on to the winners bracket.

In the losers bracket, the Victorious Secret played the Cowgirls and the Cowgirls won the game to move themselves back on to the winners bracket. In the winners bracket, the Showgirls lost to the Dawgs meaning the Dawgs would play the Cowgirls in the Championship game.

In the Championship game, the Dawgs came out on top as undefeated by beating the Cowgirls with a score of 0-28. All four teams did an incredible job and everyone had fun.

The games weren’t the only thing attracting a lot of attention at the game, if anything, the cheerleaders attracted the most attention. They put on a great half time show that the crowd found very amusing.

Senior Mark Lozada physically prepares for his next fantastical stunt. Photo by Tristan Seyedain.

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