‘Game Night’ for TPHS football

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All bets were on at “Game Night!…A Fun Casino Night in Support of Falcon Football” on Aug. 10 at the Del Mar Marriott. The fundraising event for Torrey Pines High School football included a “Pre-Game Tailgate Party.”

The evening provided a great opportunity for participants to meet all three levels of football coaches as the varsity, junior varsity, and freshman football coaches were in attendance. The evening also featured great raffle prizes and a live auction.

For more information, visit www.tphsfootball.com. Photos/Jon Clark

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