The competition will be fierce, but it will all be in the name of good fun and a worthy cause.
The annual girls' powder puff football game will be played in the spring after being postponed from Thursday night.
School officials have announced that the game will be moved up to March. The reason: Many of the athletes that were slated to participate in the powder puff game have commitments to R-FH school teams that are advancing in the state sectionals.
The state sectional playoff games are being held this week and in coming weeks after also being postponed due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy.
The new date for the game will be announced when a final decision is made by the high school administration.
Hosted by the high school's Student Government Association (SGA) along with the R-FH Health Club, the football game features a lineup of freshmen versus sophomores followed by juniors versus seniors.
There will be a $5 admission fee that will benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
"The powder puff game is a guaranteed good time for a great cause, and everyone should come out," said Yannel Maglione, R-FH Spanish teacher and SGA advisor.
Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, unpredictable disease affecting the central nervous system.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society helps those affected by the potentially disabling disease by promoting cutting-edge research, facilitating professional education, and providing programs and services for MS patients and their families.