EHS powderpuff game raises $1,000 to benefit animal shelter

9:01 am | October 8, 2012

Students at Elizabethton High School took to the football field for a good cause during Homecoming festivities last week.

Photo by Danny Davis
Reazyn DeMoss makes a catch despite the best attempts of junior Miranda Isaacs to block the ball during the Elizabethton High School powderpuff football game.

Girls in the junior and senior classes played powderpuff football to help raise $1,000 for the new Elizabethton Carter County Animal Shelter.

The powderpuff game is a homecoming tradition for the school. Faculty advisor Andrea Payne said the students set a goal each year of raising $1,000 for the animal shelter. Students collected donations, and proceeds of ticket sales to the game also went to shelter.

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