Eagles with Senior Night Win


Senior football player, Michael Frake, at Friday night’s game.

Abby Unes

On Friday, October 5, a night radiating excitement and generating many tears, the Dunlap High School held senior night. Following the announcement of all participating fall activity seniors was a successful 48-0 win for the Eagles against the Limestone Rockets.


The dance and cheerleading teams and band entertained the home crowd with their last performances for this year’s football season.


Mr. Rodney Hatch, one of the football coaches and the father of Aizik Hatch, a senior football player, said, “I am excited to celebrate the player’s dedication, but it’s also very hard to see this… chapter in Aizik’s life come to an end.¨


Michael Frake, a senior football player, said, “I am excited for my last home football game because it’s my senior year. I know we´re gonna come out strong.”


Frake’s favorite memory of football at Dunlap was having the opportunity to go to state last year.


¨It was pretty fun. Getting to go there was a cool experience, we got to go on the big field and see what it was like to play college football,¨ says Frake.


When asked about her last performance, Sammie Roberts, a senior on the drumline in band, said, ¨I am sad it’s coming to an end, but I´m ready to move on to the next chapter of my life.¨

One of the coaches of the football team, Mr. Hatch.
Band member, Sammie Roberts, prepares for senior night performance.