This Homecoming Was Dino-Mite

Melissa MacDonald (12) cheers to the crowd as she walks the streets of Manitou during the Homecoming parade.

Ben Schwartz, Photo Editor

September 23, 2019

  Homecoming week was a huge hit at Manitou Springs High School this year. The week was fun-filled and action-packed with a mix of classic homecoming activities all centered around the theme Jurassic Park. Every day there was a new event: a hallway decorating contest, dress-up days, a drive-in m...

Annual Powderpuff Game Carries Tradition

Maddie Grant (10), Bridget Bodor (10), and Trina Borst (10) participate in the team's motivational cheer.

Kaitlyn Cashdollar and Zoe Schnurman

September 29, 2016

The annual powderpuff football game took place on Sept. 26. The game consisted of two 20-minute halves. The two teams were made up of the juniors, who wore black jerseys, and the seniors and sophomores, who sported white jerseys. Many people were impressed by the turnout at the game. William Brown, ...

Seniors Victorious in Low-Scoring Powder Puff Game

Alaura Lopez (11) preps a play as the center for the Junior/Freshman team.

Theodore Weiss, Senior Reporter

October 13, 2015

  Usually footballs games at Richardson Field are played on the Friday Night Lights, but to kick off homecoming for Manitou Springs High School, a game of Powder-Puff was played Monday night. Powder Puff is know for switching up stereotypes as girls play football and boys are the cheerle...

Powderpuff? More like Power-puff!

The final score of the game is 9/11 grade: 18 and 10/12 grade: 99 with a few tweaks by the commentators.

Aubrey Hall and Meghann Root

September 17, 2014

After a few previous practices and a brief rainstorm, the freshman/junior Powderpuff team faced off against a team of Manitou's sophomores and seniors. There was a fair amount of trash talk happening on the field, fueled primarily by the tongue-in-cheek announcing of Student Body Vice President Leland...

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