It was a perfect night for football, and the Crusaders were ready to take down their South Side archenemy, the Marist Redhawks.
The Crusader Crazies were prepared to cheer on their team in their Captain Underpants-themed regalia. They departed from the Brother Rice parking lot, flags unfurled and capes flapping in the air, their legs furiously pumping the pedals of their bikes as they made their way to Marist. A host of caped Crusaders, the Captains of Pulaski that day, were ready to support their team to victory.
But, alas, fortune was not with the mighty Crusaders, and the varsity team fell with a score of 23-14. The crestfallen Crazies retrieved their bikes from the Marist pond and made their home with promises of regaining the lead in the Battle of Pulaski during next year’s contest.