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.