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Previous players celebrate a victory in the 2016 junior powderpuff game. Rowell hopes to draw even more spectators to this year's games, and encourages all grade levels to come on out and see who will take home the victory.

Previous players celebrate a victory in the 2016 junior powderpuff game. Rowell hopes to draw even more spectators to this year's games, and encourages all grade levels to come on out and see who will take home the victory.

Photo by Madison Hart

Previous players celebrate a victory in the 2016 junior powderpuff game. Rowell hopes to draw even more spectators to this year's games, and encourages all grade levels to come on out and see who will take home the victory.

Photo by Madison Hart

Photo by Madison Hart

Previous players celebrate a victory in the 2016 junior powderpuff game. Rowell hopes to draw even more spectators to this year's games, and encourages all grade levels to come on out and see who will take home the victory.

Madeleine Lawler, Co-Web Editor-in-Chief

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The leaders of this year’s “Bears through the decades” themed homecoming week hope to bring back the beloved powderpuff tradition that LZ has taken part in for so long. But they also hope to mix things up a bit.

“For the girls football game, we are trying to make it resemble Friday night football as much as possible,” Blake Rowell, Senior student council representative who is chairing the event, said. “We will have an announcer and the same walk on music playing as the girls gear up to play. We are still working out some ideas, but we hope to have some sort of a trophy as well.”

The girls will take the field on Wednesday, October 12th, with the junior game starting at 7pm and the senior game starting at 8. Along with both the junior and senior games, the event will also feature the boys poms performance. Although registration and sign-ups are closed, any grade level is welcome to attend.

The event will be hosted by student council, and any student, parent, or community member who would like to catch this traditional homecoming event is welcome to attend. Come on out!

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Madeleine Lawler, Co-Web Editor-in-Chief

As a sophomore, this is Madeleine's first year on staff and she is taking on the role of Co-Web Editor-in-Chief. Along with working for Bear Facts, Madeleine...

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