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LCCHS seniors defeat teachers 14-7

As the school day began a number of elementary, middle and high school students descended on Trojan Field to watch the LCCHS powder puff games. The high school spirit week event is not a new one to Lamar Co. Past years have seen their share of powder puff games where the girls take the field and the boys coach and/or cheer. This years event featured the 9th and 10th graders on one team facing off against the junior class while the second game featured the senior girls against the teachers. In the press box Gordon Taff called the games that ended with the 9th/10th graders winning 28-0 and the seniors winning 14-7. The first halftime featured the LCMS cheerleaders as well as a recognition of the middle school football team. The second halftime show featured the Trojan marching band and a brief recognition of this year’s homecoming court. Says homecoming director (and LCCHS social studies teacher) Pippa Lee Davis, “A good time was had by all, I think. This was the first time in my 20-year career that we have ever had such event. It was great seeing all the Trojans – from the smallest to the oldest – all on one field.

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