Friday Night Lights


Sev­eral hun­dred peo­ple gath­ered at Delhi District Sec­ondary school last week for the an­nual Friday Night Lights foot­ball show­case. The Holy Trin­ity Ti­tans de­feated their hosts, the Delhi Raiders, 34-7.

A mo­ment was set aside at the Friday Night Lights foot­ball show­case at Delhi District Sec­ondary School last week to rem­i­nisce about past grid­iron glory. Among the hon­oured guests were mem­bers of DDSS’s 2002 HaldimandNor­folk Bowl cham­pi­onship team. On hand for the salute were, front row from left, Derek Ce­bu­lak, Nathan Cann, Kevin Kennedy, James De­con­inck, and Rory Bridg­wa­ter. In back from left are Ricky Pryce, Josh Gold­ing, Ge­off Comer, and coaches John Moore and Gary Mawhiney.

”No win­ner left be­hind” was the chant after the Holy Trin­ity Ti­tans notched their first-ever grid­iron vic­tory over the Delhi Raiders last week. Mem­bers of the win­ning team hoisted in­jured team­mate Mike Cham­pagne after the 34-7 vic­tory at DDSS Friday night. In front from left are Ti­tans An­drew Haydt and Evan Anseeuw. In uni­form, in back from left, are Alec Per­reault, Myles Brown, Cole McMor­row and Quinn Brown.

Gabby Ver­meulen of Delhi was an hon­ourary Raiders cheer­leader dur­ing last week’s Friday Night Lights foot­ball event at Delhi District Sec­ondary School. The cheers for the home team were loud and sin­cere but the vis­i­tors from Holy Trin­ity Catholic High School in Sim­coe came away with a 34-7 win.

There was a big crowd at Delhi District Sec­ondary School last week for the Raiders’ an­nual Friday Night Lights foot­ball game. The Raiders ul­ti­mately lost 34-7 to Holy Trin­ity Catholic District High School in Sim­coe, much to the de­light of these Ti­tans fans. They are, from left, Jai­lyn Per­reault, Gra­cie Provoost, Erica Brock and Jack Young.

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