Seniors look for repeat powder puff win


Zach Miller

Kaitlyn Robinson had the game-winning touchdown pass in last year’s powder puff football game to secure an overtime victory.

Rorie Wolf, staff Writer

Bellwood-Antis students and staff have made drastic changes to ensure students safety in the era of COVID-19.  But fall is a very fun time of the year, especially for juniors and seniors. 

One staple of junior and senior year for girls is the annual powder puff football game, which will still be played this year, B-A students learned today.

The game will take place November 12 at memorial stadium. 

The senior class will have a chance to do something not many have done: win two years in a row. As juniors they defeated the seniors 6-0 with a touchdown scored by Dakota Woomer on a pass from Kaitlyn Robinson in overtime, stealing the win from last year’s seniors.

Practice schedules will be announced next week. Stay tuned for a fun night!