At last Saturday’s annual Fulton’s football homecoming game, which featured Fulton vs. Oswego at the Athletic Complex, everything came together to make it memorable.
What made it special was the combination of the end of Spirit Week at G.R. Bodley High School, and the innovative Raider Day, which featured activities for the students with participation from teachers, coaches and administrative staff.
The stands were filled with students, eager parents, and fans on an exceptionally beautiful day to watch and cheer for their favorite team. You could feel the excitement in the air as both teams played to win.
The Athletic Booster’s concession stand, with help from the Fulton Lions Club, scrambled to keep up with the demand for food and drink.
Being that it was homecoming, many of Fulton’s former athletes were there to cheer on the team and renew former friendships. It was so nice seeing so many people enjoying the game and each other’s company.
Congratulations to both teams and coaching staffs for their hard work and dedication to their sports. Last year, Oswego came out on top. This year, it was Fulton’s turn, 41 to 20.
Thanks to our high school athletes for their commitment and dedication to their sport, their school, and their community.