Stone Bridge Powder Puff Game 2021

Every year, Stone Bridge High School hosts Powderpuff where Stone Bridge football players and cheerleaders switch positions for a junior  vs. senior game of flag football.

Across the board, the girls felt a rush of excitement participating in the annual game.”

On Thursday, Oct. 28, the seniors won against the juniors by a score of 21-6 in a riveting 40-minute game. Touchdowns were made by the senior team’s Samantha Dyer, Kathryn Cassidy, and Lily Canoy and the junior team’s Haley Blake. Across the board, the girls felt a rush of excitement participating in the annual game.

“I’m so excited that I got the chance to play with friends.” senior Lilian Rehermann said. “We put in a lot of hard work in training for the game. I was 100% confident that we would win because we had the better players and the best coaches in the world.”

Even the male athletes had an enjoyable time cheering and performing at the half-time show.

“In practice we learned regular cheer routines, cartwheels, and how to cheer on the team,” junior cheerleader Ryan Gardener said. “It felt good cheering on the girls since they always cheer for us. The experience was extravagant, and it felt great to be out there cheering with friends and seeing the school come together to play football.”

DECA was selling “Pink Out” shirts, lanyards, wristbands and more the week leading up to the game, and they continued to sell them even after. As of this article, they have raised $1,600, with every cent going towards Loudoun Breast Health Network’s research on breast cancer. Overall, the event was filled with high spirits and excitement for a good cause.