A community battle on the gridiron

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle
The stands at the Central Crossing High School football stadium were packed as their beloved Comets clashed with the Grove City Greyhounds on Sept. 13. Though the two schools have met infrequently on the gridiron, the fan-bases consider the winner to be the champion of bragging rights until the next time they meet. From Sept. 13 on, the Greyhounds will hold the title as they won the game 18-15. Shown here are a few scenes captured at the festive event.
Grove City quarterback Jared Knight has plenty of pass protection.
Members of the Grove City High School Color Guard perform at half-time.
The students and supporters of GCHS turned out en masse.
The ‘Black Hole’ was rowdy as the student section cheered on the Comets.
The Central Crossing band performs at half-time.
This cheekily painted rock was a popular destination for a photo. Here, current and future students (from left to right) Trisden Collins, Landen Collins, Kaitlyn Collins and Jordan Ferrell) gather before the game.
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