POWDERPUFF PREVIEWS: Seniors looking for a high school sweep; juniors are talented but young
October 25, 2022
The annual powderpuff football game between the senior girls and junior girls is slated for next Thursday, November 3 at John Hayes Field at Memorial Stadium.
The senior girls, which toppled last year’s seniors 18-6 in 2021, are looking for a clean sweep of their high school powderpuff games.
Junior powderpuff team is ready to go
The junior powderpuff team will be looking to spring a huge upset during the annual football game between junior and senior girls on November 3.
This year’s season won last year as juniors and are looking for an undefeated high school career.
But this year’s juniors are an athletic bunch, with several varsity letter-winners on the squad.
When asked how he feels about the team so far, Coach Jayden Bartlebaugh said, “I’m feeling great. We have a great team here. I feel like we can beat these seniors. Its gonna be a tough game but I think we can prosper. We have that teamwork and that drive.”
The junior girls on the team are Chloe Hammond, Cami Focht, Ava Keinsinger, Kate Heisler, Olivia Hess, Kailyn Hinish, Rory Wolf, Chloe Brown, Lainey Quick, Jailyn Collup, Allison Nycum, Shawna Lovrich, Miranda Tornatore, Jessie Corrado, and Annie Bardell.
The coaches for the Junior team are; Jordan Hescox (Head Coach), Jayden Bartlebaugh (Quarterback Coach), Robbie Kenner (Defensive Coach), Dalton Poorman (Wide Receiver Coach), Chance Schreier (Offensive Coach), Ethan Robertson, and Ben Ritchey.
The powderpuff football game has been a annual tradition for B-A ever since 2014, raising money for many different causes. It is sponsored by the Key Club. The coaches of the game are the junior and senior football players.
The junior team practices 2-3 times a week despite the weather.
- Chloe Hammond IS projected for 350 rushing yards and 2 TD’s.
- Ava Keinsinger IS projected to get 400 receiving yards and 5 TD’s.
- Cami Focht IS projected to break 5 peoples collar bones.
Good luck to the girls participating in the game!
Senior powderpuff team looking to keep winning streak alive
The senior girls powderpuff team is looking to go undefeated for their high school career.
On November 3 at 6pm, the seniors will take on the juniors in the annual powderpuff game at John Hayes Field at Memorial Stadium. The game is sponsored by the Key Club.
The senior girls had a historical win in their junior season when they upset Class of 2022, 18-6.
Without much competition this year, Chelsea McCaulsky is projected to throw for over 400 yards passing and 5 touchdowns.
Lydia Worthing, who is also known as “The Weapon” because of her role as RB/WR on offense and LB on defense, is also looking to have a monstrous game. Worthing had two touchdowns last season.
Aside from these two superstars, the senior team is built around speed with girls like Lexi Lovrich, a track and cross country superstar. Lovrich added one touchdown in 2021.
Head Coach Eli Pluebell is fired up for this big game.
“We’re going to dominate this game, there’s no question about it. We have the size, strength, and speed advantage,” he said.
The girls practice every week for several hours, showing how truly dedicated they are to winning and going undefeated in their high school powderpuff career.
“We put blood, sweat, and tears into this, and we can’t wait to show the community how dominant of a team we are,” said tight end Brielle Campbell.
Make sure to come out November 3 to watch the smackdown live!