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Powder puff football

Powder puff football is a homecoming tradition, but finding a game is hit and miss.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

Post Falls High School junior Mariah Rouse is all smiles before the start of the powder puff football games on Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2010. Post Falls is among only a few high schools that are carrying on the homecoming tradition of the football game for girls only.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

Post Falls High School junior Sarah Cooper tosses the ball before the start of the annual powder puff football game.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

Post Falls High School seniors prepare for the first powder puff football matchup of the evening.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

Outrageous clothing is the uniform of choice for Post Falls High School sophomores as they watch powder puff football.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

Post Falls High School seniors, from left, Matt Lickfold, Trevor Wood and Hayden Booth watch the preparations for the annual powder puff football game. In the homecoming tradition, girls play while boys hoist the pom poms.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

Quarterback Emily Bennett, a senior at Post Falls High School, runs for a few yards during a powder puff matchup.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

Post Falls High School sophomore April Brink tries to grab the flag from senior Emily Bennett.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

Post Falls High School senior Chelsea Rouse, center, celebrates her touchdown catch.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

Post Falls High School seniors celebrate their first touchdown of the evening.

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