School moves senior night earlier in season

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Sonia Yost

New rules for school year. The recent change in spectator capacity at the football games alters plans for the band, majorettes, silks, Lioneers and cheerleaders. Senior Jacqueline Ertwine (seen above) is one of the many band performers that will not be able to attend future games at Mansion Park.

On Friday, Oct. 9, the school will recognize senior football players, cheerleaders and marching band musicians during the home football game against Chambersburg. 

The senior football players and cheerleaders will be recognized before pregame and the senior band members during halftime.

Senior night has been moved up earlier in the season because of concerns with time.

“We have decided to hold the Senior Night to recognize all of the seniors at next weeks football game. We wanted to get it as soon as possible so in case the end of the season was interrupted,” band director Larry Detwiler said.

During the recognition, seniors will walk across the football field with their chosen escort(s). The game starts at 7:00 p.m. at Mansion Park.