Students Share Ways to Enjoy the Super Bowl

Spencer Hill


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Feb 1, 2017; Houston, TX, USA; A general view of the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots next to the Vince Lombardi Trophy prior to a press conference in preparation for Super Bowl LI at George R. Brown Convention Center. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Spencer Hill, Reporter

Super Bowl Sunday is a trademark of American culture- by far the most viewed event yearly in the United States. Families and friends gather to cheer on their favorite NFL Football team.

These gatherings are known as Super Bowl parties, and are known to be the party of the year to their respective participants, as the Monday after seems to be the least productive day of the year. Albeit, people at Davis High may celebrate in a more reverent manner.

“I woke up at six o’clock to watch all the analysis on the Super Bowl… The party I went to was at my Grandma’s… I was with all my extended family and cousins. We had all sorts of food you could ever think of,” Patriots fan Jack Niederhauser said.

Other students had a more subtle celebration of the event.

“I was just with my family, we had dinner and some of us watched the game.” Falcons fan Jake Wendt said.

Either way, students gathered for their love of the sport and epic day of competition.

“It’s by far the best day of the year, especially when the greatest-of-all-time is here to play!” Niederhauser said.