Lisbon Powderpuff Games 2016

Homecoming is upon us, but before we can dance our hearts out, it’s time to get pumped up for the powderpuff games and of course, the homecoming game itself. Below is all the information you’ll need for this year’s special event!


The previous year the powderpuff champs were the Freshmen, now current Sophomores (class of 2019). Everyone played their best, and I think it’s safe to say we were all ready to kick some dust up. For years, Lisbon High School has hosted the powderpuff games. It has always been a tradition to have the girls in each class to play football against each other during homecoming week. The boys’ football game then takes place on Friday night, the night before the day of the homecoming dance.

About The Classes

The youngest class, the freshmen this year, are the class of 2020. Their class color is blue, so if you plan on cheering for them, wear the bluest outfit you can think of to support these girls! The next class, sophomores (previous champs), are the class of 2019. Their class color is orange. The juniors, class of 2018, have the color of pink. Lastly, but not the least, are the seniors, the class of 2017. Wear your best green for their class color, for this will be their last powderpuff game in their high school careers. For the boys, make sure to wear our proud Lion colors (white, black, and red) for the final game!

Info On The Games

The powderpuff games will be Thursday, September 29th, starting off with Freshmen vs. Seniors at 7:00 pm. The Sophomores vs. Juniors will be at 7:30pm, followed by our Pep Rally at 8:00pm. The powderpuff final will then take place at 8:30pm. Friday night, September 30th, will then be the night of our boys’ homecoming game taking place at 7:00pm. This will all be at Lisbon School’s football field.

We appreciate your love and support this homecoming! We all hope to see you there, representing our colors and cheering us on. Go Lions!! (:

Who do you think will win the powderpuff games?! Cast your vote here!



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