Pittsburgh Post-Gazette from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on August 29, 2004 · Page 101
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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania · Page 101

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C M K Y P G C M K Y P G C M K Y P G C M K Y P G Aug 28 2004 4:01:04:690AM A SPECIAL SECTION OF THE SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 2004 SECTION K Annie O’Neill/Post-Gazette MOUNT LEBANON AT BALDWIN Ray Valentaiane (5) helps whip Baldwin teammates into a frenzy as they prepare to head onto the field. Y ou know what boiling hot dogs smell like in the night air once the summer goes away? No, I mean precisely. What precisely do they smell like? Sure you know. They smell like high school football. Precisely. You know what gallons upon gallons of exerted hormonal sweat in practice jerseys that never really get clean smell like? I’ll tell you. Like high school football. Did you know that if you take one of those feathered plumes from the top of the cadet hats the band is wearing and run it under your nose — never mind why on earth anybody would do that — it smells like high school football? And most amazing; the molecules from the chemicals in the trendiest hair care products that fly in their wake when the cheerleaders walk by — you know what they smell like? Yeah, you know. Bill Wade/Post-Gazette New Brighton High School at Rochester High School football. Watching from the distaance fence as the first half ends, and the bands get ready to take over. Photo made Friday, August 27, 2004. For Under Distant lights project. UNDER DISTANT LIGHTS John Heller/Post-Gazette PENN HILLS AT NORTH ALLEGHENY North Allegheny Coach Jim Rankin argues with an official on the sideline over a holding call that set up Penn Hills’ first touchdown with about four minutes to play in the first quarter. FRIDAY NIGHT’S OPENING OF HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL IN WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA AS SEEN THROUGH THE EYES OF THE POST-GAZETTE PHOTOGRAPHERS BY GENE COLLIER CONTINUED ON PAGE K2

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