Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 --- 9:20pm
They're dressed up, decked out from head to toe. High school football's back, who's ready to go?
NBC 15 searched the area, Friday night, looking for the biggest, craziest and most dedicated fans. While, all our local schools have got the spirit bug, we found a few groups who held nothing back for the first game.
For Sun Prairie High School, football's not just a game, it's a way of life.
"We'll typically get in the stands around an hour early” a group of Sun Prairie fans tells NBC 15. These dedicated Cardinal fans showed up two hours early for Friday night's game, even beating the team to the stadium.
They got prepared to support the players who would be both on and off the field. Fans donned a #4 on their shirts, in support of injured senior, Jeramiah Bradley a.k.a. “Sosa.” The group tells NBC 15 they just wanted to let him know they still love him, even if he's not on the field.
Bradley had this to say about the support: “It's much love and I appreciate it a lot.”
No doubt Sun Prairie's got spirit, but they're not the only ones.
Across town, Madison Memorial Spartan fans flexed some muscle, while Middleton Cardinal fans showed some hustle....and some sweet dance moves for the camera. Many fans at this match up also showed up several hours before the game to get their game face ready.
For scores and highlights of all the area's high school football action, be sure to tune into NBC 15's “Friday Football Blitz” every Friday night at 10pm during the football season.
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