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American pride takes over the student section: Photo of the Day 9/15/17

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Tribe members cheer on the Varsity team at the Westminster game.

Tribe members cheer on the Varsity team at the Westminster game.

Bridget Murphy

Bridget Murphy

Tribe members cheer on the Varsity team at the Westminster game.

by Bridget Murphy, Managing Editor

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This game marks the third week of football season. Along with every football Friday, the tribe chooses a color or theme for the student section to coordinate with their attire.

To honor the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the theme was an ‘America-out.’  The freshmen wore red, sophomores wore white, juniors wore blue and, of course, seniors wore anything and everything that was red white and blue.

“America-outs are my favorite theme for games. Walking out with a win made it that much better,” said junior Emily Sedgwick.

The game ended with a score of 50-28.  That makes the varsity football team undefeated this 2017-2018 season. It was a pressure-filled game, last season our varsity team defeated Westminster 42-14.

A star player in this game was Joey Felton with the first touchdown of the game.

“As I got ready to take the field, I felt an overwhelming sense of pride. We felt the energy of ever Lancer in the crowd and it made us feel unstoppable,” said Felton.

The game was off to a quick start, having two touchdowns in the first quarter while Westminster stayed close, finishing with one touchdown that quarter. Lancers led 36-14 at the half.

Next weekend the game will be at TJ high school at 7 PM.

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Bridget Murphy, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Bridget Murphy (@bridgetrmurphy) is a fourth year journalism student, and she is a part of the Class of 2018. She enjoys playing lacrosse as the goalie. Bridget likes writing about community-related and nation-wide topics . She decided to join journalism because she wanted to be a part of a community that shares the same interest in writing that she does. After graduation, Bridget plans on attending James Madison University and majoring in Media Arts and Design with a concentration in Journalism. Go Dukes!

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