Stroudsburg’s Little Brown Jug and Tailgate on September 13, 2019
September 11, 2019
SHS host tailgate with free food to celebrate football rivalry
Free food, free games, free fun!
Student Government is hosting a tailgate party this Friday, September 13, before the Little Brown Jug Game! It will be taking place on the SHS soccer field at 5:30 p.m. and it will feature free hot dogs and chips. Admission to the game is $5.00 at the gate, but free for both students with a valid student ID and senior citizens.
“Come out to the soccer grass field for some hot dogs, lawn games, and so much more!” said senior Karoline Defreitas, a Mountie Maniac.
The hot dogs are being prepared fresh from the grill thanks to two Stroudsburg teachers: Mr. Anthony Lanfrank and Mr. Luke Booth. Both teachers and Student Government members will be working hard to provide students with plenty of free food.
Students can socialize and play games such as “cornhole” and “kan jam” while they wait for one of Stroudsburg’s biggest football games of the year, the Little Brown Jug game. This momentous game is versus cross-town rivals, East Stroudsburg South.
It’s possible that we could keep the Little Brown Jug for the 10th year in a row”
— Logan Sodl
“It’s possible that we could keep the Little Brown Jug for the 10th year in a row,” said senior Logan Sodl, Student Government treasurer.
The game begins at 7:00 p.m., and the theme for the game is blackout. This means students should try their best to wear black.
This night should be great fun for all those that come out to support the Mountaineers!
Stroudsburg vs. East Stroudsburg South annual rival game
The East Stroudsburg South football team enters Mountaineer territory this Friday, September 13, to battle for bragging rights: the Little Brown Jug, which goes to the victor of the annual game between the cross-town rivals.
The Kick-off is at 7:00 p.m. and the cost is $5 for general admission and free for both senior citizens and those with a student ID.
Stroudsburg fans have the opportunity to get fired up and “fed” up before the game at a special tailgate party outside the stadium. There will be free food, family, friends, and fans.
The boys have been working hard these past few weeks in anticipation of the upcoming game”
— Nyana Barro
“This game is important for our team,” said Nyana Barro, head manager of the SHS varsity team. “The boys have been working hard these past few weeks in anticipation of the upcoming game. We are pumped and hope to see a big crowd to show support.”
This game will also include an entertaining and eye-catching half-time show from Stroudsburg’s very own marching band.
Students are encouraged to come to the game in all black clothing and rival the Cavaliers’ student section with their cheers and chants.
Don’t miss the chance to see the football team fight to keep the Little Brown Jug for the 10th straight time — and to send the Cavaliers back over the bridge to East Stroudsburg.