La Jolla football fans invited to annual Blast Off on Sept. 25

La Jolla High football fans are invited to join the fun on Sept. 24 at the annual Blast Off, which starts with dinner at 5:30 p.m. before the varsity game against St. Augustine.

Viking students and parents, alumni and local residents are invited to wear class colors, paint their faces and color their hair as they compete for the class spirit award. Freshman will wear gray; sophomores, white; juniors, red, and seniors, black.

Food, provided by Mateo’s Hot Spot, will include Mexican street tacos with rice and beans, BBQ pulled pork sandwiches with potato salad, hot dogs, bratwurst and spicy Cajun dogs. There will also be a Cafe Mojo coffee cart and nachos, snacks and sodas by the Snack Shack.

Game tickets are $7; food prices range between $6 and $8. They can be purchased at the school office in advance or at the gate.

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Posted by Halie Johnson on Sep 14, 2010. Filed under Prep Sports, Sports. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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