By Lauryn Schroeder
Mason News Staff Writer
With a 6-1 record this fall, the Mason Bulldogs are anxiously awaiting Friday’s homecoming game against Sexton. Mason High School students and teachers look forward to this week all season, and have been enjoying the different festivities that lead up to the much anticipated game.
Junior and Senior girls all participated in the powderpuff game this past Monday night at the high school football stadium. The seniors managed to pull through with a victory this year, but it was a fun game for all who participated. “My favorite part of playing in the game was being with all the senior girls,” senior Tori Martin said. “We were united with the one goal of crushing the juniors!” Martin played the receiving position this year, and says that each team had about four practices to prepare. The seniors ended up winning 20-8. Kali Barry and Ellen Barker were the two seniors to score during the game with senior Kelsie Jacob as the kicker.
However, the girls powderpuff game is just the beginning for Mason’s homecoming week. Tuesday night the men’s varsity soccer played against Lansing Catholic, one of their most difficult games of the season, and managed to win 2-0, making Bulldog fans even more excited for this weekend. Friday will feature a pep assembly at the school, the homecoming parade and game, with a dance to follow for all high school students.
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– Lauryn Schroeder