Powder Puff Raises 1K for Mental Health America

Powder Puff Raises 1K for Mental Health America
Posted on 11/30/2022
Powder Puff Raises 1K for Mental Health AmericaThe Rivalry continues at Powder Puff 2022
Lili Graff
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Seniors celebrate after MVP Cara Morrison’s 2nd touchdown of the night.

The annual Senior vs. Junior Powder Puff game was held Wednesday, November 23rd under the lights at Chapman Field. The seniors kicked off Thanksgiving break with a big win against the Junior Class, defeating them 30-16. The event raised over one thousand dollars for Mental Health America.

Senior Cara Morrison was named MVP after scoring two touchdowns as the team’s primary play maker.

Morrison said, “Powder Puff I think was definitely one of the highlights of senior year. To come out with the win… couldn’t be better than that. It was a great team effort and to be named MVP really topped off the night off. We put in the work and we came out on top. Let’s go.”

Senior Cornell commit Riley Ebersole also had a noteworthy performance, using her speed to run in two touchdowns. Two critical picks were also made by Senior defensive specialist Meredith Seeber.

Cumberland Valley Varsity football players from both classes coached the teams.

Senior Head Coach Ty King said, “All week we’ve been practicing. You know they always say, ‘Iron sharpens Iron.’ We went to work this week. Wow. It feels great to get that win.”

Senior and junior boys also rallied together as cheerleaders for the game. Junior Yujie Lu went to the extent of shaving his head to put their performance over the top.

This year’s game was dedicated to Mental Health America. Their website can be reached in the link above. 
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