Home at Home with a win!
Pizza for the parents and both Varsity and Junior Varsity had a celebration feast after the Knights held on to our lead as they downed those Kangaroos who came out to fight.
Things went up and down for the Lake Washington Kangaroos tonight, mostly down but they had some bright spots, but in the end they came up short as they were no match for our Gallant Knights. The Knights have a great big heart, courage and undeniable drive that's what I'm talking about there were some terrific passes and long runs and we just beat em! You see it's much like The Touchdown Club who loves to feed our boys and why not share a lil pizza with some parents. Tonight on our home turf we held a good crowd through an action packed football game. Students, parents and our Varsity Boys showing support makes it feel like the Knight Football Family is building. But on and off the field behind the scenes there's a spirit that's thicker than that sauce on the pizza tonight oh and by the way those were some tasty slices for sure. Thank you for all you do Volunteers and thank you to my boss man Joel and the entire Touchdown Club. Let's not let this spirit go. Rally people LET'S RALLY!
Last week at Sammamish the Touchdown Club introduced us to some new items at the Knight Market. Tomorrow at Bellevue High school where Varsity Football is away for another- Home away from Home game, we have more new items in store, its time to show your Spirit in Light, yep you heard that right, let's glow bright with our new line of colorful LED pom pomes, bracelets and necklaces, they are FAN-tastic something you hang onto and use the rest of the season. Bright colorful LED SPIRIT GEAR! Also I heard we got Hot Popcorn!!! The good stuff, let's go people! Let's snack, cheer and shine onward to victory.
Joel did you get me some of that gear? Don't you think it would be cool for me to be all decked out in lights and just hang out for pictures? I am ready, come on Joel, let's go!
You know I'm ready to shine!
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