Hollister Celebrates First Varsity Win
Hollister High School began its first varsity football season as an excited crowd filled the stands for Friday night's home game and celebrated a victory at the end of the contest. To see photos of the event, click on Photos at HometownDailyNews.com
The Hollister Tigers are ready to play. (photos by Sally Kaucher)
New Beginnings Fellowship provided hamburgers, hot dogs chips and drinks free of charge for all attending the game.
Junior Shimon, Junior Shook and Brent Good man the grill.
Each fan was invited to get in the spirit with a free cap.
The Hollister High School Band plays the National Anthem.
The team takes the field.
Captains Zane Morse, Greg Looft, Seth Haynes and Brandon Mahoney.
Donovan Thomas prepares for kickoff.
Seth Haynes is congratulated after scoring the first touchdown.
Hollister cheerleaders have spirit.
Hollister fans packed the stands.
Hollister School Board President Lisa Westfall enjoyed the game.
Seth Haynes scores again in the 2nd quarter.
Hollister cheerleaders encourage the crowd.
Band Director Nathan Spurling readies the band for the half time performance.
Members of the football team and cheerleading squad are also members of the band, which performed the first movement of the program being prepared for competition in October.
T-shirts are shot into the stands during half time.
Hollister High School Principal Chris Ford is interviewed by Hometown Radio during half time.
Half time activities included a field goal kicking contest.
The team is fired up for the second half.
Brandon Mahoney carries the football to start the third quarter.
Seth Haynes, who scored twice in the first half, was injured while heading for the goal line a third time.
Alex Williams scores for the Hollister Tigers.
Garrett Donavant heads for the end zone.
Confetti celebrates the first varsity win for the Hollister Tigers.
The fans are invited onto the field to celebrate.