Powder puff football

Powder puff football

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Freshmen Kayden Marquez and Kayla Vanderlinden are excited as Freshmen for the upcoming powderpuff game, Nov. 16.

Freshmen Kayden Marquez and Kayla Vanderlinden are gearing up for the annual powderpuff game, Nov. 16

High school classes put together teams of girls coached by volunteer boy classmates. Time is limited making lunch the best practice time.

Sophomores are concerned about how they will do in the upcoming game.

“I’m worried because we are going to be short of players,” Sophomore Julia Fikse said. “Our coaches have never played Fresno Christian football before.. so it seems like they don’t really know what they’re doing.”

This years Juniors were the winners of last years game, and expected winners this year.

Come out and support your Fresno Christian HS girls powderpuff teams on Nov. 18 at 3:30 p.m. The winners of the first games will compete in the championship game at 6:30 p.m. for winning title and bragging rights.

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Cayla Rivas
Cayla Rivas, ‘18, passionately pursues motorcycle racing, art, and photography as all three exhibit an explosive intimacy that reveals her persona. As a photojournalist on The Feather for two years, she captures the heartbeat of the community. Her organic art showcases beauty in the human form. In her high school career, she received the CSPA Gold Crown award, two All American titles as a cheerleader and broke twelve land speed records through the AMA and SCTA racing divisions. Thanks to Feather advisers, Cayla advanced in photojournalistic skills and found a love for capturing people’s raw emotions through her lens. Unveiling a moment in time otherwise unseen by the rest of the world motivates her pursuit of excellence. She hopes to attend the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, and eventually become a known photographer traveling for National Geographic magazine.

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