Powderpuff football game raises $3,050 for CCHS Principal

Allen Worrell/The Carroll News The Carroll County High School Juniors put on their game faces before taking the field during the annual Powderpuff football game at CCHS on Oct. 3. The event featured three teams - seniors, juniors and sophomores. In total, the event raised $3,050 for CCHS Principal Chuck Thompson, who is still recovering in Durham, N.C. from a double lung transplant. In another bit of good news for Thompson, he was discharged from Duke Hospital on Thursday after spending the past 153 days in the hospital. He still has a long road to full recovery, and will continue to stay in an apartment in Durham during the process. -
Who says a powderpuff flag football game isn’t physical? Laken Alley of the Seniors hits the deck after tripping while #10 of the Sophomore team appears to have been pancaked in the background. -
The cheerleaders root on the football teams on Oct. 3 during the annual powderpuff football game in Hillsville. -
Greg Bolen (left) and Rusty Hull, coaches of the Juniors team, get psyched up for powderpuff football action on Oct 3 at CCHS. - -
Adrianna Salyer of the sophomore team finds some running room and a loose grip on the football on Oct. 3 in the powderpuff game at CCHS. - -
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Allen Worrell/The Carroll News

The Carroll County High School Juniors put on their game faces before taking the field during the annual Powderpuff football game at CCHS on Oct. 3. The event featured three teams – seniors, juniors and sophomores. In total, the event raised $3,050 for CCHS Principal Chuck Thompson, who is still recovering in Durham, N.C. from a double lung transplant. In another bit of good news for Thompson, he was discharged from Duke Hospital on Thursday after spending the past 153 days in the hospital. He still has a long road to full recovery, and will continue to stay in an apartment in Durham during the process.

Who says a powderpuff flag football game isn’t physical? Laken Alley of the Seniors hits the deck after tripping while #10 of the Sophomore team appears to have been pancaked in the background.

The cheerleaders root on the football teams on Oct. 3 during the annual powderpuff football game in Hillsville.

Greg Bolen (left) and Rusty Hull, coaches of the Juniors team, get psyched up for powderpuff football action on Oct 3 at CCHS.

Adrianna Salyer of the sophomore team finds some running room and a loose grip on the football on Oct. 3 in the powderpuff game at CCHS.

Allen Worrell/The Carroll News The Carroll County High School Juniors put on their game faces before taking the field during the annual Powderpuff football game at CCHS on Oct. 3. The event featured three teams – seniors, juniors and sophomores. In total, the event raised $3,050 for CCHS Principal Chuck Thompson, who is still recovering in Durham, N.C. from a double lung transplant. In another bit of good news for Thompson, he was discharged from Duke Hospital on Thursday after spending the past 153 days in the hospital. He still has a long road to full recovery, and will continue to stay in an apartment in Durham during the process.
https://www.thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_PowderTeam.jpgAllen Worrell/The Carroll News The Carroll County High School Juniors put on their game faces before taking the field during the annual Powderpuff football game at CCHS on Oct. 3. The event featured three teams – seniors, juniors and sophomores. In total, the event raised $3,050 for CCHS Principal Chuck Thompson, who is still recovering in Durham, N.C. from a double lung transplant. In another bit of good news for Thompson, he was discharged from Duke Hospital on Thursday after spending the past 153 days in the hospital. He still has a long road to full recovery, and will continue to stay in an apartment in Durham during the process.

Who says a powderpuff flag football game isn’t physical? Laken Alley of the Seniors hits the deck after tripping while #10 of the Sophomore team appears to have been pancaked in the background.
https://www.thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_PowderTrip.jpgWho says a powderpuff flag football game isn’t physical? Laken Alley of the Seniors hits the deck after tripping while #10 of the Sophomore team appears to have been pancaked in the background.

The cheerleaders root on the football teams on Oct. 3 during the annual powderpuff football game in Hillsville.
https://www.thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_PowderCheer1.jpgThe cheerleaders root on the football teams on Oct. 3 during the annual powderpuff football game in Hillsville.

Greg Bolen (left) and Rusty Hull, coaches of the Juniors team, get psyched up for powderpuff football action on Oct 3 at CCHS.
https://www.thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_PowderBolenHull.jpgGreg Bolen (left) and Rusty Hull, coaches of the Juniors team, get psyched up for powderpuff football action on Oct 3 at CCHS.

Adrianna Salyer of the sophomore team finds some running room and a loose grip on the football on Oct. 3 in the powderpuff game at CCHS.
https://www.thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_PowderJunior.jpgAdrianna Salyer of the sophomore team finds some running room and a loose grip on the football on Oct. 3 in the powderpuff game at CCHS.

https://www.thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_PowderTeam2.jpg