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Senior Night Football Game

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Wear your pink clothing to support the Dawg Pound theme of “Pink Out.” (Photo via dv_dawgpound)

On Friday, Oct. 13, the Delaware Valley football team takes on the Hillside Comets for Del Val’s Senior Night. 

Claim a spot in the stands by 6:30 p.m. as the senior honorees will be announced shortly before the game begins.

Kickoff will start the game at 7:00 p.m. on Tap Webb Memorial Field. 

The Dawg Pound theme will be Pink Out. The Dawg Pound will meet at 6:15 p.m. in the student parking lot for paint up.

Tickets will be $3 for students with proof of their student IDs and for senior citizens. Adults will be charged $4 per ticket. Be sure to bring additional cash to buy food and drinks at the concession stand.

Similar to prior years, it is expected that the Sport and Spirit Club will be selling lemonade in support of Alex’s Lemonade Stand as you walk in.

Del Val football is ready to take on Hillside this Friday. (Erin Bate)

In addition to the Sport and Spirit Club, the All Sports Booster Club will be selling Del Val apparel, which includes sweatshirts, sweatpants, t-shirts and more.

Del Val’s football team enters this Friday’s game with a record of 4-3 from the year, whereas Hillside arrives with a record of 4-2. This means a win over the Comets could secure a home playoff game for the Terriers. As Del Val and Hillside have similar records, everyone should be expecting a strong game between two evenly matched teams.

In preparation for this Friday’s game against Hillside, the Del Val football team is trying new strategies.

“We’re going through the plays slower to understand them and putting better people on scout on offense and defense,” said senior defensive lineman Austin Aycock.

In addition, Del Val’s offense and defense are trying another new technique.

“We are doing more double teams” said senior defensive lineman Mikey Gohil.

Del Val has a tough game ahead of them against the Hillside Comets, but as long as the tenacious Terriers persevere in this Friday’s game, they are sure to pull out a win.

Get ready to pack the pound in your apparel as the Del Val football team takes on the Hillside Comets!

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Erin Bate
Erin Bate, Reporter

Erin Bate is currently a sophomore at Del Val and a first year writer for "The Delphi." She has been cheering since she was in kindergarten and is a cheerleader at Del Val. She enjoys nature, listening to music and spending time with her friends and family. 

 

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