GONZALES — The first of two weeks of Powderpuff contests between the classes from Gonzales High School took place last week at the City of Gonzales softball field.
“Each class needed at least seven players to participate,” said Gonzales High Athletic Director Margie Daniels. “The juniors beat the seniors in overtime, and the underclassmen played after and it was definitely a game that did not disappoint. It was exciting to see the girls get competitive. The freshman beat the sophomores and will face off with the juniors next week. We had a great turnout and Mr. Cuevas made hot dogs for everyone.”
Spartans Head Softball Coach Jimmy Carrillo, who served as one of the Powderpuff coaches, said he can’t wait to watch the championship round of games.
“I thoroughly enjoyed the event,” Carrillo said. “It was nice to see the kids who play other sports out of their element and be really competitive. Both games came down to the wire. Looking forward to the championships coming up.”
The date and time for the championship round is still to be determined because of all the end-of-school-year activities.