Powder Puff Games

Written by Chloe Brown

For a while now, the 9th grade has participated in the powder puff games. The girls in grades 9-12 can sign up to play flag football against the other grades. For the ninth grade, there are four coaches. The coaches are James Hopson, Kyle Toole, Parker Rogers, and Caleb Floyd.

james hopson

James Hopson

Are you excited about coaching?

– Extremely

Do you think that the team will do well in the games?

– Yea, we will probably go undefeated.

What made you want to become a powder puff coach?

– I wanted to see how good of a coach I would be.

What position do you think will be the hardest to coach?

– Receiver and teaching them the routes

kyle toole

Kyle Toole

Are you excited about coaching?

– yes

Do you think the team will do well in the games?

– Depends on the coaching I guess

What made you want to become a powder puff coach?

– James, another coach, came up to me with a form and told me to coach.

What position do you think will be the hardest to coach?

– Wide receiver and teaching the routes.

parker rogers

Parker Rogers

Are you excited about coaching?

– Yes I am.

Do you think that the team will do well in the games?

– yes I think so.

What made you want to become a powder puff coach?

– Kaylin Mathis asked me to do it so I said sure.

What position do you think will be the hardest to coach?

– Wide receiver because you have to show them the routes and what to run and you have to see who can catch or not

caleb floyd

Caleb Floyd

Are you excited about coaching?

– Yes, very very very excited

Do you think the team will do well in the games?

– It depends on if we are well prepared and if they take it seriously

What made you want to become a powder puff coach?

– I think I could teach the players some of what I do on the field.

What position do you think will be the hardest to teach?

– Running backs, because it’s off of speed, vision, and mindset.

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