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Turning the Field into the Beach

Gracie Lissick, Student Writer

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What is a gorgeous beach day in Minnesota? Of course, FHS students would reply that it consists of 50 degree weather–or at least the annual Beach Out football game! Which, this past weekend, students cheered on the Farmington Tiger football team against the Woodbury Warriors, tiki style.


As community members entered the Woodbury field, they could easily spot out the bright and tropical Farmington student section. Row upon row was lined with pool floaties, Hawaiian shirts, grass skirts and leis. During half time, Tiger football fans bounced around colorful beach balls.


Prowler Press had the chance to catch up with Tiger Football Super Fan, Lindsey Brugger. This upbeat and energetic senior along with her other upperclassmen, are in charge of the student section this year. Super Fans are specific seniors chosen that lead cheers, make posters, supervise the crowd and guide the fan section. Brugger had a ton of awesome things to say about beach out, “Everyone had a blast with the tropical outfits and beach balls. We had an amazing first win of the season and amazing first cheer section of the season too. I can’t wait for the rest of the year. The themes this year are so much fun and I can’t wait for everyone to pull out the wacky costumes and support our team.”


You can be part of the exciting cheer section! If you are a student at Farmington High School, you can come to the football games to cheer on the football team and hang out with your school mates in the student section. Football games are held every Friday night at 7 pm. Games that are played at home have the student section in the right hand corner of the west side of the field. There is a different theme for every game that students dress up for. Here is the various themes for the games:


September, 8th Away game at Shakopee, Neon/80’s Theme

September, 15th Home game vs. Lakeville North, USA (Red, white, blue) Theme

September, 23rd Away game at Rosemont, White Out Theme

September, 29th Home game vs. Eagan,  Farm Out (Country) Theme

October, 6th Home game vs. Burnsville, Homecoming Week (Black, orange) Theme

October, 13th Home game vs. Eastview, Pink Out Theme

October, 18th Away game at Lakeville South, Black Out Theme


Now that you know more about the incredible experience in the student section, we hope to see you at the upcoming football games! If you have more questions about the games or themes, please feel free to contact Lindsey Brugger or Mr. Tschida.

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