PHOTOS: Friday night’s storm can’t dampen the spirits of football fans and cheerleaders

PHOTOS: Friday night's storm can't dampen the spirits of football fans and cheerleaders

The students filled the Liceo El Modena for the homecoming match on Friday night. (Photo courtesy of Mark Bausman, For OC Sports Zone).

It doesn’t usually rain in Southern California on a Friday evening in September.

All games were played in Orange County. A match between University and Century was canceled at half-time due to weather.

Constant rain fell on Friday night, causing difficult playing conditions for many games. Fans still showed up in large numbers to support their teams.

So did the bands, cheerleaders and spirit teams! The football teams of El Modena and Beckman celebrated the homecoming night with victories.

To see the slideshow, click on the first photo:

Santa Ana Valley High School cheerleaders perform before Friday’s match against Godinez.

Photo: OC Sports Zone, Fernando M. Donado

The Sunny Hills dance team performs at the interval.

Photo courtesy of Jim McCormack, for OC Sports Zone

A group of Godinez cheerleaders protect themselves from the rain before Friday’s game.

Photo: OC Sports Zone, Fernando M. Donado

The Segerstrom players take the field for Friday’s match against El Modena.

Photo courtesy of Mark Bausman

A referee at the Segerstrom-El Modena match awaits the next game.

Photo courtesy of Mark Bausman

Segerstrom cheerleaders try to stay dry on Friday night.

Photo courtesy of Mark Bausman

The cheerleaders of El Modena help during the homecoming parties.

Photo courtesy of Mark Bausman

Sunny Hills fans, from left, Elaine Chung, Hannah Won, Olivia Lee and Audrey Jeon were ready for the game and the rain.

Photo courtesy of Jim McCormack, for OC Sports Zone

Godinez fans protect themselves from the rain as they walk through the stands before Friday’s game.

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The Segerstrom players meet after the defeat against El Modena.Photo courtesy of Mark Bausman, For OC Sports Zone
Rain falls on Friday night at the game between Brea Olinda and Sunny Hills at Buena Park.Photo courtesy of Jim McCormack
Godinez players prepare to take on the Santa Ana Valley on Friday night in the rain.Photo: OC Sports Zone, Fernando M. Donado
Santa Ana Valley players enter the pitch just before kick-off on a rainy night in Santa Ana.Photo: OC Sports Zone, Fernando M. Donado
There was a lot of rain in Tustin High when Calvary Chapel, led by Matt Peters (# 12) faced Beckman. Beckman won 20-0.Photo courtesy of Bill Russell

Modena manager Matt Mitchell turns to his team after a 36-0 win over Segerstrom. This may interest you : LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne lands cheerleader role in Walker Hayes’ new music video.

  • Photo courtesy of Mark Bausman
  • Brea Olinda cheerleaders try to stay dry on Friday night.
  • Photo courtesy of Jim McCormack, for OC Sports Zone
  • As the rain falls in El Modena, Artwill Baas carries the ball and collects yards for Segerstrom.
  • Photo courtesy of Mark Bausman
  • How many languages ​​are there? Wikipedia suggests that there are over 25,000 idioms in the English language.

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