Dunlap Honors Seniors With Senior Night

Maggie Fouts

On Oct. 6, DHS celebrated the fall Senior Night, which recognizes seniors participating in fall sports.

Students in football, tennis, band, golf, dance, and soccer, just to name a few, got to be presented with their parents right before the game.

To join in the celebration, the student section in the stands was filled with students wearing senior shirts to support the players during the football game.

The marching band gave seniors a lot of love, some even got presents from their fellow band members.

Senior band member, Kat White, was excited for the football game and said, “The band is their lucky charm.” She described it as her time to perform her last football game halftime show and to be seen in amidst of all the fun.

The football game was a success, with the game coming to another win for the Eagles, they earned a score of 42-7 against Metamora. Spirits were high and the seniors got their night to shine.

The remaining underclassmen also felt excited for the night’s events, however, it did induce sad feelings. Junior, Sophie Evancho, felt that the night was about not only cherishing the seniors, but preparing to miss them when they are gone. Evancho said, “The seniors have been great inspirations and role models.”