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It was an exciting week for students at Lampeter-Strasburg High School as the entire student body celebrated spirit and homecoming. Each day had a theme and students could earn points for their grade my participating. Themes included 'Merica Monday, Tropical Tuesday, Hat Day, Class Color Day, and Pajama Pant Day.
On Thursday was the Fall Prep Rally that introduced all the fall sport athletes, homecoming court, and competitive games between grades.
Photos by Jonathan Klein, LS News Editor-in-Chief and Ethan Sauder, LS News Vice President
There are so many different reasons why L-S home football games are the BEST! Number one is because of the food! We have a great concession stand with lots of delicious snacks including walking tacos, chips, pizza, candy, and more!
Another thing that is pretty great about our football games is our marching band! Our band has great music and an amazing halftime show. The song of this year's football season is "Before Camelot."
Also, our high school cheerleaders do a great job of entertaining people that might not be very interested in football. The color guard also does an excellent job with their performance.
Everyone at the L-S football games has great spirit. They are also cheering and wearing their L-S spirit wear. You can never be cheering too loud for the players and cheerleaders.
So if you are looking for something to do on a Friday night, come support the L-S football team, cheerleaders, color guard, and marching band, and enjoy the game! You can find all the s…
Although Friday's football game was a blowout for L-S winning 49-14, it was an emotional night for both the Pioneers and Conestoga Valley. With an L-S player down for a life-impacting injury and a drastic fall by a CV cheerleader, both teams left the stadium feeling defeated.
The Pioneers won against the Buckskins by 35 points, but it did not feel like a victory. One of our star players, Neil Eckman, was down due to a hard tackle. As paramedics rushed to Neil's side, a CV cheerleader falls from a stunt gone wrong. Both Neil and the cheerleader face back and neck damage. It felt like only a miracle could help them.
The next morning, a facebook post circulated around reading "...Just got confirmation that both students from LS and CV are okay and will both have a full recovery..." A huge relief weight was lifted off of the students and staff of both schools.
As of now, both Neil and the cheerleader are out of the hospital and having a healthy recovery. The school'…