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The centennial Pigskin festival in pictures

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  • Following the parade on Main, this year’s Pigskin festival came with a centennial theme.

  • Alums and staff helped set up the countless stands.

  • The DECA club’s stand.

  • Friend groups from various schools came together to enjoy the celebration.

  • Amador’s sports teams set up stands of their own.

  • The DECA club let guests throw water balloons at officers in exchange for money.

  • The science olympiad team holding up their posters.

  • The spirit wear stand was crowded throughout the three hour celebration.

  • The journalism stand sold student-made Swizzles to hydrate passersby.

  • Stands were crowded throughout the afternoon as guests sought goodies and grub.

  • Students showed up with Amador apparel to bring school spirit to the festivities.

  • Lucy Apard (’26) applying face paint on another student.

  • The golf team laid out a putting carpet for people to show off their skills.

  • The entire quad bustled with people and stands.

  • The Pigskin festival seen through the window of the volleyball team’s parade float.

  • Students happily wearing their new school clothing.

  • DECA officer Leo Shao (’24) cleaning up after being water ballooned at the DECA stand.

  • This year’s Pigskin celebration attracted more guests than ever before.

  • A judge talks to club members about the spirit competition between the participating stands.

  • Students from all over the Tri-Valley came to enjoy all that Pigskin had to offer.

  • The spirit wear stand.

  • The Pigskin fair was held in the quad outside of the library instead of the usual blacktop near the football field.

  • The science olympiad team at their stand.

  • The geography club raised money to support Moroccan earthquake relief efforts.

  • City organizations such as the Pleasanton police department had stands of their own.

  • AV Botz members cleaning up at the end of the fair.

  • The Dons took on the Monte Vista Mustangs after the Pigskin festival.

  • Fans proudly cheered for the Dons from the full capacity student section.

  • Cheer performing during halftime.

  • The Dons lining up against the Mustangs.

  • Despite starting the game 0-14, the Dons mounted a comeback and ultimately won 41-34.

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